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Posted May 01, 2014 by

One Networking Strategy to Improve Your Entry Level Job Search

If networking has not been your strength when searching for an entry level job, there is one strategy that just might work for you, according to the following post.

When you’re in the market for a new job, what’s the same piece of advice you hear over and over? NETWORK! YOU NEED TO NETWORK! And there’s good reason why people give you that advice. Experts estimate that anywhere from 60 to 80 percent of people find jobs through personal contacts. But what if you don’t have a network with which to,

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Posted October 21, 2013 by

Too Young to be an Internship Finder? What High School Students Can Do Before an Opportunity Comes

If you want to be an internship finder as a high school student, but are too young to get an opportunity, the following post offers advice on preparing for one in the future.

Featured: Featured Over the weekend, I spoke at the #Surefire Conference in Los Angeles. Prior to this event, I knew young girls (High School Girls) were interested in internships but this event was the icing on the cake. I met so many brilliant young girls who are thinking about what they can

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Posted December 03, 2012 by

5 Strategies to Sell Well

CollegeRecruiter.comHow can you learn to sell effectively?  The following post has five strategies that can help.

1. Sell honestly

Honesty comes in all forms including honesty to self. Do you in fact believe 100% in what you have to offer as an entrepreneur or as a sales representative will it benefit your clientele?

Should any inkling of doubt creep into your mind, your first priority is to resolve the issue. Is it a matter of repositioning or selling to a different audience? This is a fairly easy solution. But, if you personally would not purchase the same if you were in your clients’ position, then take a hard look at where you are.

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