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Posted June 17, 2014 by

College Students, Applying to Jobs with Cover Letters? 6 Things to Avoid Saying

College students applying for jobs with cover letters should avoid saying six things mentioned in the following post.

Very few job opportunities do not require a cover letter. Cover letters are a must-have in the application process because they give you an opportunity to showcase your skills beyond the traditional resume. Each part of your cover letter reveals something important to potential employers — whether you want the job or not.

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Posted February 24, 2014 by

College Grads, Haven’t Found Those Entry Level Jobs Yet? 5 Ways to Use Your Time Wisely

College graduates who have not found entry level jobs to this point can do five things to use their time wisely.  Learn what they are in the following post.

Today’s post is about that awkward phase (no, not puberty) between graduation and the time when your job-in-shining-armor sweeps you off your feet! You all know how tempting it is to just be a bum and live off mom and dad forever, but yeah, not going to happen!

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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Starting Entry Level Jobs? 3 Tips for Succeeding Throughout Your Career

For young professionals on entry level jobs who want to succeed in their careers, the following post has three tips that can help.

Jeff Charbonneau has been a teacher – specifically for chemistry, physics and engineering – for over 12 years. He also founded and directs the ZHS Robot Challenge and acts as the co-president at the Zillah Education Association. Most recently, he was awarded the 2013 National Teacher of the Year. Recently, Jeff offered advice on how to succeed in any


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Posted April 17, 2013 by

The World Is Your Oyster…To Intern

The following post invites you to consider all of your options when searching for an internship.

Interning in general is the best thing anyone can do for themselves and their future career. You can experiment on the things you like and don’t like without actually making the commitment with an organization for many years. As an intern, not only do you get to learn basic skills

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The World Is Your Oyster…To Intern