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Posted August 14, 2014 by

Starting an Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Find Success Early in Your Career

If you’re about to begin an entry level job, learn five tips to find early career success in the following post.

The primary advantage of having a mentor and listening to solid career advice: the head start it gives your career Through these mentors, and their been-there-done-that advice, you have the opportunity to skip the mistakes others have made – and to quickly learn the secrets of success – while

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Posted December 27, 2013 by

Want to Get Hired for Recent Graduate Jobs? 3 Things to Share with a Potential Employer

College grads, you want to know what it takes to get hired for recent graduate jobs?  In the following post, learn three things to share when communicating with a potential employer.

To galvanize your job search and lead you to your new dream job, your communications with any prospective employer — whether via phone, email or during a job interview — must incorporate these three messages: Here’s what I’ve got. Here’s what I will do for you. Here’s what I want you to do

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

5 Locations for Your Startup If Your Entry Level Job is as an Entrepreneur

The following post has five locations for your startup if your entry level job is as an entrepreneur.

Interested in tech? Check out the Deloitte Women in Technology community over on Dice to read more! Looking for a place to launch your startup? Follow the money — literally. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Most company founders dream of taking their company public or, at a minimum, getting a fabulous offer from someone who wants

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Posted August 13, 2013 by

Need Time for Networking as You Look at Entry Level Jobs? 7 Tips to Make it Happen

Job seekers have probably heard about including networking as part of their job searches.  For people looking to land entry level jobs, consider seven tips in the following post that can give you the time to build and develop valuable relationships.

Guest blog by Heather Townsend, co-author of ‘How to make partner and still have a life’ and author of ‘FT Guide To Business Networking’, and guest blogger for Big4.com. If I speak to any accountant or consultant, they know they should be spending more time nurturing and developing their network.

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Posted May 22, 2013 by

Look for Recent Graduate Jobs that Allow You to Have Work-Life Balance

While searching for recent graduate jobs, think about whether or not you will be able to have work/life balance in the job(s) your interested in.  The following post shares tips on how to create this opportunity for yourself.

I work in an industry where evening and weekend work is just part of the gig. I have no idea what it’s like to have a 9-to-5, Monday through Friday job. Even though my industry is one with non-traditional hours, and I’ve had my fair share of issues carving a life for myself outside of

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