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Posted August 04, 2014 by

College Students, Are Your Summer Jobs as Interns about to be Over? 7 Ways to Conclude Them on a Good Note

With their summer jobs as interns winding down, college students may be looking to end them in positive ways.   In the following post, learn seven ways to finish internships on a good note.

August is right around the corner. Summer is almost over… and, by definition, so is your summer internship. So now is a good time to think about the final weeks of your summer gig, and perhaps the last chance you’ll have to tie up loose ends, communicate with colleagues and make yourself stand out to your supervisor…


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Posted June 19, 2014 by

Finding an Internship is Still Important for Your Career

If you don’t think that finding an internship is important for your career, learn why it is in the following post.

A Forbes article by J. Maureen Henderson argues internships aren’t worth the effort. Henderson explains the work performed during an internship doesn’t provide useful skills, are too expensive, and chances are they won’t even land you a job. Want to know why internships are worth it? Nearly 74 percent of employers prefer candidates with


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Posted May 23, 2014 by

Preparing for an Entry Level Job Interview? 7 Items to Bring with You

Congratulations on landing an interview for an entry level job!  Since you’re a candidate for the position, make sure you are prepared by bringing these seven items with you according to the following post.

As you prepare for a job interview, many things go through your mind. Most of them involve what to say and questions you’ll face. It’s also important to prepare all the tangible items you’ll need to bring with you. These are also an important part of your preparation. Here are eight items to bring to every

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Posted March 26, 2014 by

Have Interviews for Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 4 Unusual Types of Questions to Prepare for

When going on interviews for jobs for recent college graduates, you might be surprised at some of the questions that you’re asked.  In the following post, learn four unusual types of questions that potential employers might ask you.

You can’t prepare too much for a job interview. Ironing your shirt, researching the company, having a map with directions to the interview location… even practicing answers to likely questions should be part of your interview preparation. You should expect to answer a variety of questions; some of which will be difficult and even weird.

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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Here Are 9 Places You May Not Have Thought to Find These Positions

If you’re an internship finder searching for an opportunity, the following post shares nine places you may not have thought about finding these positions.

When you’re looking for internships, there are some pretty basic search methods everyone knows. There are big job boards like, Glassdoor, and that list hundreds of internships all around the world. The problem with big sites like these is that everyone uses them, so the positions

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Posted December 10, 2013 by

Want to Have a Successful Career Fair Experience for Your Entry Level Job Search? Follow These 10 Tips

College students, how can you take advantage of a career fair to enhance your entry level job search?  The following post has 10 tips for success.

On-campus career fairs can be pretty intimidating. Employers are seeking qualified candidates in-on-the spot interviews. Where do you start? A well-prepared career fair goer can really benefit from the experience. Afterall, it’s possible to leave a career fair with a job! So it’s important to do your

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Posted December 17, 2012 by

4 Things Never To Worry About Before A Job Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comYou don’t want to put too much stress on yourself before a job interview.  The following post lists four things you shouldn’t sweat about before this meeting.

Job interviews can certainly be intimidating—from worrying about your appearance to answering the questions competently, there’s a lot of pressure when going to speak to a potential employer.


4 Things Never To Worry About Before A Job Interview

Posted December 11, 2012 by

4 Mistakes Employers Are Sure To Notice

CollegeRecruiter.comJob seekers must be aware of how they conduct themselves during their job searches.  The following post explains four mistakes that will turnoff employers from these potential employees.

During the hunt for a job, it’s common to continually seek new ways to stand out to your potential employers. While job seekers are busy developing their unique elevator pitches, they might be overlooking the little mistakes that set them apart in a negative way to potential employers.

Not having the success you expected during your job search? Here are four mistakes employers might be noticing:


4 Mistakes Employers Are Sure To Notice

Posted December 04, 2012 by

8 Do’s & Don’ts After Your Job Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comNow that you have completed your job interview, what is next?  The following post tells you what to do and what not to do once your interview is over.

Walking out of a job interview leaves most of us overwhelmed with a variety of feelings, whether it’s a sense of confidence and excitement or an unsettling worrisome feeling from a less-than-positive experience. Whatever your feelings may be, it’s important not to forget the steps that follow an interview.

Occasionally, the job search can cause an unforeseen amount of tunnel vision. We’re conditioned to focus closely on ensuring the proper preparation for the important parts of the hiring process, like receiving an offer to interview, but what follows is often overlooked.

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