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Posted September 10, 2013 by

Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself. Why Entry Level Job Employees Need an Attitude Adjustment

No employee should take his or her job for granted.  This is especially true if you have an entry level job, as your career is just getting started.  The following post explains why these workers need an attitude adjustment.

While ageism can work in your favor, it can also work against you, especially if your attitude confirms the GenY negative stereotypes. If you’re a recent college graduate, take a look at this attitude adjustment checklist so you don’t make a big mistake that could hold you back—or even get

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Posted June 14, 2013 by

Don’t Have Immediate Health Care Coverage on Those Recent College Graduate Jobs? What You Can Do

Some recent college graduate jobs may not offer health care coverage right away.  However, you do have some options, according to the following post.

If you’ve taken a new job recently, you might be on the losing end of a 90-day waiting period before your health care benefits take effect. Did you know that that waiting period is a federally-mandated minimum? Ninety days is the maximum waiting period that companies can take before providing benefits to new employees. Not

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What to Do When Health Care Doesn’t Kick In Immediately at Your New Job

Posted May 06, 2013 by

Leave Your Entry Level Job On a Positive Note

The time may come when you decide to leave your current entry level job.  While that is your personal decision, make sure you go out on a positive note.  The following post has tips to handle this transition.

If you’re good at what you do, you will likely need to resign from a position over the course of your career. There are a number of reasons why this might happen to you: You outgrow your position or the company. You get poached by a growing company who wants your skills. You get so good


How to Resign From Your Job Without Burning Bridges

Posted April 11, 2013 by

3 Tips for Surviving Boring Meetings

Do you have a hard time making it through meetings at work?  If so, check out some helpful tips in the following post.

Ever been stuck in a seemingly unending meeting? At first it seems like the agenda is proceeding smoothly, but then somewhere halfway through your second bottle of water, you realize you haven’t been paying attention for 10 minutes or more. You panic for a moment, realize you didn’t actually miss anything

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3 Tips for Surviving Boring Meetings