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Posted February 20, 2015 by

Learn to Resolve Conflict Today to Improve Your Career for Tomorrow

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Man told off by woman – isolated on white. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Conflicts are inevitable in business. Whether it’s between colleagues, your boss or a client who isn’t pleased, resolving conflict early is paramount.

The good news is that it’s one of the important interpersonal skills that can be worked on. Even with a lot of practice, conflict is rarely evereasy due to the strong negative emotions involved.

Conflict management is a difficult skill to develop for those who naturally avoid conflicts. Avoiding a conflict may make you feel more comfortable in the short term, but will only create additional issues in the long term.

In order to best deal with conflict, you must have a strong conflict management style and approach in order for both parties to walk away as if they’ve walked away feeling good. (more…)

Posted October 07, 2014 by

Employers, Do You Want to Hire Millennials? How You Can Recruit Them

Some employers may have a desire to recruit Millennials but don’t know how to go about doing it.  In order to attract this tech-savvy generation, it is important for companies to know what they value, while focusing on their specific needs.  Here are some tips to help employers recruit the best candidates for hire. (more…)

Posted September 10, 2014 by

Do Employers Care if You’ve Had a “Real” Job? Tips for Making the Most of Non-Traditional Work Experience

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Student getting work experience; printing. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

You see it in almost every job listing: “Experience required.” Those two little words can be a big problem for college students and recent graduates, many of whom have little to no employment history or professional experience.

It’s a catch-22 for many students and recent grads just entering the job market. After all, how can you start getting job experience, if employers won’t hire you until you have experience? It’s a paradox that adds even more stress to an already hectic time in your life.

But the issue of experience is something that can be solved – or at least worked around. The next time you see an opening for what sounds like your dream job, don’t give up when you see “Experience required.”  Even if you haven’t worked in a traditional setting or gained relevant experience in the field, you probably have some kind of knowledge or skills you can apply to the position. (more…)

Posted September 05, 2014 by

Searching to Find an Internship in PR and Marketing? 10 Opportunities to Consider

College students hoping to find an internship in PR and marketing should check out these 10 opportunities in the following post.

Featured: Featured And…we’re back! While you’ve been prepping for the Fall 2014 semester, we’ve been talking to recruiters at amazing companies throughout the nation — and they’re looking for awesome candidates like you.Whether you’re finally taking the plunge into the internship world — or have a few under your belt already —

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Posted August 29, 2014 by

4 Effective Ways to Beat Job Search Stress

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Frustrated man unable to find a job. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Normally job seekers find themselves in a helpless position while searching for a new employment opportunity. Luckily, there are some tactics by which job seekers can reduce their high stress and land on a right job. All of us know that stress is the enemy that opposes a job seeker to find a better job unless they learn the effective ways of beating job search stress. If you’re also engaged in the job search process and also affected by a high stress level then you’re reading the right content. Take a look at the information shared below to beat your job stress smartly. (more…)

Posted August 18, 2014 by

Looking for Jobs, Recent College Graduates? Don’t Damage Your Personal Brand by Making These 5 Mistakes

Recent college graduates looking for jobs can hurt their personal brands by making these five mistakes in the following post.

Understandably, many young careerists focus first on building a successful brand. However, it is just as important to understand what can negatively affect your brand, and how to avoid killing all the hard work you’ve put in so far…

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Posted August 14, 2014 by

9 Entry Level Jobs in Finance with High Salaries

The following post shares nine entry level jobs in finance with high paying salaries.

Less emphasis may be on pay these days – with banks instead preaching culture and commitment – but most junior roles pay much more than equivalent positions in other industries. Here are some of the best high paying entry level roles in…

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Posted July 15, 2014 by

College Students, Hoping LinkedIn Will Help You Find Jobs? 5 Things to Do Daily on the Network

College students could enhance their chances of finding jobs on LinkedIn by doing these five things on the site daily, which are found in the following post.

Do you want to see your efforts on LinkedIn pay off day after day, week after week? Start by doing what highly successful LinkedIn users do every day: schedule a 20-minute appointment with your LinkedIn account – and get these five things done…

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Posted July 14, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Searching for Jobs on LinkedIn? 7 Ways to Help Your Network Grow

Recent college graduates who are searching for jobs on LinkedIn should focus on connecting with people.  Learn seven ways to help your network grow in the following post.

If your business needs are like mine in that you need a wide network with robust search results, here’s my advice for growing your LinkedIn network. You can use these tips to become an open networker or scale it back a bit to simply grow your network in a more

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Posted June 12, 2014 by

Interested in Networking with Recruiters? Here’s What You Should Do

For job seekers looking to network with recruiters, the following post suggests what they should do.

The job title of “recruiter” is not a one-size fits all kind of position. There are many different types of recruiters: military recruiters, diversity recruiters, technical recruiters, healthcare recruiters, college recruiters, sports recruiters,…

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