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Posted February 24, 2015 by

Eat, Drink, and Stay Professional at Office Events

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I’m sure you can think of at least one story, involving you or someone else, in which an employee had one too many drinks at a company function and was the subject of a great deal of gossip afterwards.

It can be hard to know whether or not it’s cool to knock one back at a work party, especially if you’re new to that particular business or are fresh out of college, where drinking at social events was the norm. Some work cultures are more laid back than others, and you may feel pressured to have at least one beer or glass of wine at a company event.

This can be a huge problem for some of us who tend to make some not-so-great decisions when we drink. While embarrassing moments make for great stories in college, they can have negative implications on your career. (more…)

Posted May 13, 2014 by

Are You a Marketing Internship Finder? 5 Opportunities to Consider

If you are an internship finder interested in marketing, the following post has five opportunities for you to consider.

Featured: Featured Marketing majors, this one is for you! We have several AMAZING internships that you might want to check out. Here are five marketing internships that you can apply to right now: 1. Guest of a Guest 2. Brand Central 3. Cora read more

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Posted May 01, 2014 by

Are You a Journalism Internship Finder? 5 Opportunities to Consider

If you are a journalism internship finder looking for a chance to gain some work experience, the following post shares five opportunities you may want to apply for.

Featured: Featured Calling all journalism majors! Summer is almost here, but there is still time to land that dream internship. To help you out, I’ve got the top five journalism internships that you MUST apply to! 1.The Huffington Post 2.Womenworking.com 3.The OR’ES Group read more

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Posted March 11, 2014 by

How to Make Your Resumes Creative When Applying for Jobs for Recent College Graduates

If you want to stand out with your resumes by making them more creative when applying for jobs for recent college graduates, the following post shares some tips on how to separate yours from the competition.

This Guest Post is by Kukook Resumes Writing a Modern Resume This is an era of modernity and creativity. People enjoy seeing new and innovative ways to showcase information. So is the case with your resume. How you are dressed, how you speak, and your confidence level all matter during an interview. Similarly

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Posted August 30, 2013 by

Interview Questions to Practice that May Help You Land an Entry Level Job

One smart way to prepare for an interview is to practice interview questions.  If you are trying to land an entry level job, the following post has several potential questions that could be asked in your upcoming interview.

Guest post from http://www.big4bound.com One of the best things you can do to prepare for an interview is to research the interview questions Big 4 firms most commonly use, and practice them ahead of time. Getting together a list and practicing the Interview questions is essential because it makes you more calm,

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Posted August 29, 2013 by

Staying Professional on Your Entry Level Job – 4 Boundaries for Healthy Workplace Relationships

How well do you get along with coworkers?  Whether you’re on an entry level job or another position, you can set boundaries that will create healthy relationships in the workplace.  Learn four ways to do so in the following post.

This is a Guest Post by Van Moody,author of The People Factor. Success in the workplace depends on your ability to relate effectively to people. Research shows that 60-80% of all difficulties in organizations stem from strained relationships between employees, not from deficits in an individual employee’s skill or motivation.1 Difficult workplace relationships

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Posted June 14, 2013 by

Want to Communicate Better on Your Entry Level Job? Avoid These 10 Communication Mistakes

While you may not be the most talkative person on your entry level job, it is important to have good communication skills.  Improve yours by avoiding 10 communication mistakes in the following post.

A Guest Post by Marvin Brown Whether you’re engaging in chitchat with coworkers on the first day of your new job, or talking to a prospective client to land a potential sale, you need good communication skills in the workplace. All employees experience awkward moments, such as being alone in the elevator with

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