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Posted September 12, 2014 by

Trying to Close Your Cover Letters for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Powerful Conclusions

When writing cover letters for entry level jobs, be sure to finish them by leaving a lasting impression.  Here are five powerful conclusions for your cover letters in the following post.

Writing a cover letter pretty much sucks. The content, tone and length all have to be just right. And even when a job seeker gets it just right, there are those who say, “No one reads a cover letter anymore… stop wasting your time!” Here’s the truth: in many companies, cover

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Posted September 08, 2014 by

Searching for Entry Level Jobs? 10 Words You Should Not Use in Your Job Search

For people searching for entry level jobs, make sure you’re careful of the language you use.  Learn 10 words not to use for your job search in the following post.

Imagine you’ve found the job of your dreams. You tailored your cover letter and resume perfectly. Your application was impeccable. The phone rings. An interview! You do all the right research. You prepare all the right answers, and questions. Your dress is perfectly aligned with the culture. You nailed it! After the interview, however: weeks go by and

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Posted August 13, 2014 by

College Students, 7 Ways to Stand Out on Your Jobs as Interns

College students with jobs as interns can stand out from others in these seven ways found in the following post.

Maybe you’ve been with an employer as a summer intern and are looking to go out with a bang. Or perhaps you’re looking for a Fall internship? Either way, you’re probably wondering what you can do stand out as the best intern your employer has ever hired. There are a variety of traits employers look

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Posted July 16, 2014 by

Have a Summer Internship? 12 Tips for It to Become an Entry Level Job Offer

If you’re hoping to land an entry level job once your summer internship is over, learn 12 tips for your experience that will help you get it in the following post.

If you’re just starting your internship this summer, or you’ve been at it for about a month now, what do you hope the outcome of this internship to be? Have you considered turning your internship into something bigger? Like a j-o-b? So you can turn your summer internship into a job offer, consider these proven

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Posted July 08, 2014 by

College Students, Are Your Jobs as Interns Off to a Rocky Start? 7 Signs Your Internship Won’t be a Success

After a little time, college students with jobs as interns can probably tell whether or not if they will have a good experience.  In the following post, learn seven signs that an internship will not be successful.

Today’s workforce practically requires every college student to gain professional experience before landing an entry-level job. And one of the best options for college students to gain that experience: internships. But what if that internship is less than satisfactory? What if what looked good on paper, isn’t so good in real life?

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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 June 16, 2014 by

College Graduates, Have You Found New Jobs for Your Careers? 11 Tips for a Successful Transition

College graduates who have accepted new jobs for their careers experience a time of transition that takes place, leaving one employer for another one.  In the following post, learn 11 tips for a successful transition in the workplace.

Have you decided that the best way to progress your career is to move to a new firm? Heather Townsend, co-author of ‘How to make partner and still have a life’, shares 11 tips on how to not just survive, but thrive in your new firm. 1. Stop yourself from saying ‘when I was at….’ Given your career history,

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Posted April 25, 2014 by

Applying for Recent Graduate Jobs with Creative Resumes? 5 Examples Along with Resume Tips

If you need some inspiration for putting together creative resumes when applying for recent graduate jobs, the following post shares some examples along with some resume tips for success.

When it comes to your internship or job search, you’re probably wondering how you can differentiate yourself from other candidates. Maybe a creative resume seems like a good way to go. Especially since over the last decade, Millennials have, with great fanfare in some cases, gotten creative with their resumes in order to land dream jobs and internships…

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Posted April 22, 2014 by

Millennials, Do You Want to be Leaders on Your Entry Level Jobs? 5 Tips to Help You Move Ahead at Work

Millennials have the opportunity to show that they can be leaders on their entry level jobs.  Learn five tips that can help them do so in the following post.

Only 13 percent of employers say they do an excellent job developing leaders at all levels. As a millennial, this leadership development issue presents you with an opportunity. According to Psychology Today, more than 40 percent of millennials expect to be in a management position within two years of landing a job. It’s time to show your boss how you can

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Posted April 17, 2014 by

Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs? Tips that Can Wow the Interviewer

When preparing to interview for entry level jobs, apply these tips to impress the interviewer found in the following post.

So when preparing for an upcoming interview, you need to make sure all of your bases are covered. Not only should you prepare your accomplishment stories for common interview questions, but also think of the best ways to let your personality shine through in a way that shows the interviewer you a good fit, for them and the company.

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