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Posted April 18, 2014 by

Writing Resumes to Go After Recent College Graduate Jobs? 4 Mistakes Not to Make

If you’re writing resumes for recent college graduate jobs, the following post focuses on four mistakes to avoid.

Spelling and grammar errors. Gaps in unemployment. Vague job descriptions. Most job seekers are well aware of the major no-nos on resumes, but here’s the bad news: your resume probably has other red flags you’re not aware of. Here’s the worst news: There’s no way to know for sure what they

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Posted February 19, 2014 by

Internship Finder, 3 Reasons Not to Consider Yourself an Entry-Level Employee

Once an internship finder becomes comfortable in their position, he or she might feel like an entry-level employee.  However, the following post shares three reasons an intern is not in this role just yet.

These days, while some may still ponder whether they are pro-internship or against, others wonder if internships could just replace entry-level jobs altogether. Here are a three reasons interns are not entry-level employees. 1.

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Posted October 07, 2013 by

Tips to Transition into an Entry Level Job After Graduating from College

As a young professional, you should expect changes once you’ve graduated from college and then start your entry level job.  Learn how to make a successful transition in the following post.

Going from college to an entry-level position in the workforce can be a jarring transition. Use these tips to make it as smooth (and successful!) as possible.

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