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Posted May 05, 2015 by

Entry Level Job Seekers, Do You Meet the Expectations of Employers?

Whether you are a recent college graduate or other first time job seeker, there are certain skills and qualities that employers want you to have to get hired for entry level jobs.  Ask yourself what you bring to the table that can add value to a particular company.  Why should you do that?  It seems that in today’s job market, employers are having a difficult time finding what they want in candidates. (more…)

Posted November 18, 2013 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job? How to Get an Employer to Read Your Resume

Do you think about the person who will read your resume?  If you do, then your resume is more likely to be read because that person will find what they are looking for.  So, if you’re applying for an entry level job, learn how to get an employer to read your resume in the following post.

Here’s a plea from all employers out there to all job seekers: If you’re going to send your resume to apply for a job opening, please take the time to tailor your resume to the specific requirements of the job posting. Please! I’ve posted two jobs recently and have been so dismayed by what I’ve

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Posted October 24, 2013 by

3 Tips to Turn Around Your Interviews for Recent Graduate Jobs

While grads have prepared for their interviews, they might not know how to recovery if these meetings are not going so well.  Learn three tips they can use to turn their interviews around for recent graduate jobs in the following post.

We’ve all had the feeling… we’re in a job interview and we can tell it isn’t going well. We try to stay positive but it seems we’re sinking rapidly. So, what can you do about it? Actually, a lot! So don’t leave without trying to fix it! The job interview

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