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Posted July 05, 2013 by

Attention Getting Emails in Your Search for Recent Graduate Jobs

If you are a college graduate who wants to take a more creative approach to networking in your search for recent graduate jobs, try sending emails that will grab companies attention.  Learn more in the following post.

It’s beyond time the boilerplate “attached please find my resume” emails be put to rest. Job seekers hate writing them, employers hate reading them and they do nothing to make you stand out as the candidate to beat. Nor do canned “nice to meet you at [networking event here]!” messages. What really


Brazen Networking Emails That Really Work

Posted June 19, 2013 by

5 Ways Employees Can Return to Work Mode on Their Entry Level Jobs After a Vacation

Once you have had some time off from the job, it may be difficult to get back into a mindset of working.  For employees with entry level jobs or other positions, the following post has five ways they can return to work mode after a vacation.

No matter how much you love your job, getting back into the groove of things after a vacation can be quite challenging, especially if it was an extended holiday. From the backlog of emails to nonstop meetings and events, sometimes your body is at the office while your mind is still enjoying that beach breeze and

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Back-To-Work Blues: 5 Smart Tips to Get Back on the Grind After Vacation

Posted April 24, 2013 by

The Key to Your Career Advancement: An Emotional Intelligence Mentor

If career advancement is one of your professional goals for 2013, then it may be a good idea to find an emotional intelligence mentor.  Learn more in the following post.

It’s often said that emotional intelligence (EI) is valuable for anyone who wants to be a leader, especially for women. We are often quick with the emotional response or approach to things, but in a business or professional setting, a lack of EI can hinder advancement. The concept of EI has been

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