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Posted September 03, 2014 by

College Students, Are You Thinking about Getting Jobs? What Your Primary Objective Should Be When Starting School

It’s not too soon for college students to start thinking about jobs.  That said, learn what their main objective should be on campus in the following post.

Millions of you are on campus for the fall. Some of you are newly minted freshman and many others are making your return from summer break. Interests, area of study, and academic environments vary. BUT, you all share the same #1 objective. There are over 21 million of you attending college in America, and over 150 million post-

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Grads, Want to be “A” Candidates for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Qualities You Need

College graduates who desire to be “A” candidates for entry level jobs should possess these qualities, according to the following post.

For many companies, hiring the best and the brightest is not an option — it’s an absolute necessity. They are all working from the same playbook: “Only hire ‘A’ players.” Of course! Who doesn’t want people who have the talent, skills and drive to make a company successful? So… how can you

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Posted August 11, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Want Attention on Your Entry Level Jobs? 5 Things You Can Do

In order to stand out on their entry level jobs in the right way, young professionals can do these five things in the following post.

No matter what industry you work in, all careers boil down to one rule: don’t be stepped on, stay one step ahead. Stand out from your colleagues so when it’s time to discuss raises and promotions, you can be a strong contender. Trying to break away from the pack?

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Posted July 09, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Involved in Negotiation When it Comes to Jobs? Avoid These 7 Mistakes

Before accepting new jobs, recent college graduates may have the opportunity to negotiate for something.  When negotiating, they (and other job seekers) should avoid these seven mistakes discussed in the following post.

While even the word “negotiation” can evoke fear, stress and anxiety for many, the intent is quite simple: to discuss and ultimately agree on a deal.  Whether it’s a multimillion dollar contract or just deciding where to meet for lunch, life is rife with negotiations.  And, the negotiation process is

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Posted July 07, 2014 by

Think You Know Recruiters? 10 Things They Want to Share with You

While job seekers might have an idea of who recruiters are, the following post reveals 10 things they want you to know about them.

As corporate recruiters, we hear the misconceptions about who we are and what we do for a living. We want to set the record straight. And since we are the ones that will ultimately be the person who decides to give you a job offer or not, so please take notes. Here are 10 things you probably don’t

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Posted May 23, 2014 by

Treat Your Entry Level Job Like Customer Service

Once you land an entry level job (or any job), you should treat it like a customer service position.  The following post explains how you can emphasize this concept in the workplace.

Pop quiz: Name one job that doesn’t include customer service. You can’t. That’s because it wouldn’t be a job unless you were providing some sort of service to somebody. (Click here to tweet this thought.) The intern serves the entry-level guy who answers to a supervisor who reports to a

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Posted May 21, 2014 by

Grads, You Determine Who Lands Jobs for Recent College Graduates

What graduates put into their searches for jobs for recent college graduates is what they will get out of them.  So, while they might see hiring managers as the ones who will provide the jobs, it is the graduates who determine who gets them.  Learn more in the following post.

If you’re thinking you need something to get you out of a rut during a long job search…the point of this post may be what you need. If you’re waiting for someone to decide that the job is yours. If you’re waiting for a hiring manager to anoint you as

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Posted May 15, 2014 by

On Recent College Graduate Jobs Where You Need to Manage Your Boss? Tips to Learn this Skill

Young professionals who are not sure how to manage recent college graduate jobs can learn this skill with some tips in the following post.

If you think your work should speak for itself, why are so many famous artists unknown until their death? If you want to be known in this lifetime as a master at your craft, you’ll need to learn how to manage up. You’re probably good at letting others know how great your people are or how wonderful your company

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Posted May 06, 2014 by

Are You Mobile Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 5 Apps that Might Interest You

If you are one those job seekers who is searching jobs for recent college graduates on the go, the following post has five apps you may want to consider.

PepsiCo recently reported that 90 percent of people who clicked on their job-related emails used a smartphone to do so. 90 percent! “Instead of job hunting on a PC, people are doing so while standing in line at a restaurant or even sitting on a couch while watching the game,” CNN reports. So if you’re

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Posted April 23, 2014 by

Has Your Entry Level Job Become Tedious? 7 Ways to Break Out of Boredom

While you appreciate having an entry level job, at times you might feel like your work is a bit tedious.  In the following post, learn seven ways to break out of boredom while at work.

When I start to feel like I’m stagnating, doing just the bare minimum, I know I can’t allow myself to fall into the black hole of boredom. I must get my adrenaline pumping again. But how? To help stop the daydreaming and get excited again about knocking out the day’s challenges, we spoke to

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