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Posted June 10, 2014 by

Networking for Entry Level Jobs, College Students? Keep These 6 Words in Mind

For college students who are out there networking for entry level jobs, there are six words to remember for this part of the job search.  Learn what they are in the following post.

In nearly all professional settings, including networking, there are six words demonstrate maturity, selflessness and a natural curiosity. They prove you can set yourself aside and be genuinely interested in another person’s life, work or passions. You know, authenticity. And perhaps through these six words, you’ll find new ways to connect

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Posted April 08, 2014 by

5 Questions Job Seekers Should Ask Before Starting Jobs for Recent College Graduates

Even though they might be excited to begin working in new positions one day, job seekers should ask these five questions in the following post before starting jobs for recent college graduates.

While there’s no way to truly experience the organization before accepting an offer, what can job seekers do to better estimate what the new job will really be like? These questions are designed to help you find out what you need to know about your responsibilities on the job, the workplace environment, and the company

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Posted July 30, 2013 by

Do Your Entry Level Jobs Allow Telecommuting?

Employers who don’t allow workers to telecommute on their entry level jobs may want to reconsider.  The following post explains.

Think Beyond the Label is hosting an online career fair on July 30. Powered by Brazen Careerist, the career fair lets employers network with qualified candidates with disabilities. Join employers including Aetna, IBM and Merck by registering here. Redefining success is the current theme in today’s workplace, with more workers seeking what Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington

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Why Telecommuting is the Best Perk Recruiters Can Offer