ARTICLES, BLOGS & VIDEOS

The latest news, trends and information to help you with your recruiting efforts.

Posted September 16, 2014 by

About to Graduate from College and Want an Entry Level Job In Freelance? 7 Steps to Follow

If you are about to graduate from college and have an interest in getting an entry level job freelancing, the following post has seven steps to move forward in your search.

You have many good reasons to start your freelance career as soon as (or even before) you graduate college. Even if you’d prefer to work an office job or want to explore another type of traditional employment setting, think of how “running your own business” will look on your resume. Plus, as you trudge

See the original post:

Continue Reading

Posted August 20, 2014 by

Not Qualified Enough to Land Your Dream Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Stand Out from Other Job Seekers

If you don’t believe you can land the entry level job of your dreams because you’re not qualified, think again.  The following post shares three tips to help you stand out from other job seekers.

“Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” — Abraham Lincoln If all you did was submit your cover letter and resume, you’re screwed. Why? Because someone out there speaks one more language, has a one point higher GPA or has one more year

Originally posted here:

Continue Reading

Posted June 19, 2014 by

College Graduates, Seeking Promotions from Your Current Jobs? Obtain Them with These 5 Strategies

For college graduates with jobs looking for promotions in the workplace, the following post shares five strategies that can increase their chances of getting them.

Sometimes it seems like everyone is searching for the next best thing and following their bliss to ultimate employment fulfillment. But some like what they do. Not everyone wants to leave the company they work for; they simply want to climb a few more rungs up the ladder of success. Let’s face it, in

More:

Continue Reading

Posted February 06, 2014 by

5 Ways to Show Engagement During Your Entry Level Job Search

When searching for an entry level job, be aware that employers might be looking at how engaged you would be as a potential employee.  Learn five ways to show engagement in the following post.

Any time you interview for a job, you know companies scrutinize your education, work history, manners, social media presence, wardrobe and more. (Hint: Don’t forget breath mints.) But did you know they’re likely screening for engagement, too? Disengaged employees are a pox on all they touch — they kill sales, bum out

Read More:

Continue Reading

Posted January 09, 2014 by

Need Some Guidance While Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs? 10 Things to Know About Mentorship

Understanding what mentorship is can help you get the most out of this relationship for your career.  So if you’re searching for recent graduate jobs and didn’t know them already, learn 10 things about mentorship in the following post.

If you are a college student, recent graduate or young professional perhaps you’ve become aware that mentorship – and curating mentor relationships – has become a critical element in your career development. Since mentorship is a relatively new aspect of career planning, made even more important by the continuing issues with our economy

Read the article:

Continue Reading

Posted January 09, 2014 by

Networking Advice to Find an Entry Level Job or Advance Your Career

What is the key to networking?  Whether you’re trying to find an entry level job or advance your career, the following post shares advice from business leaders and young professionals on how to network successfully.

You know that networking is key to everything from growing your career to landing a job. But let’s face it; many of us dread doing it. It can feel awkward and forced, and we don’t always know the best way to approach it. Which is whywe asked some of today’s top entrepreneurs, thought leaders, speakers and bloggers

See the original article here:

Continue Reading

Posted December 13, 2013 by

Prove You’re The Top Entry Level Job Candidate During an Interview. 8 Traits to Demonstrate

Entry level job candidates, do you want to make a great impression during an interview?  The following post has eight traits you can demonstrate to prove you’re the top job candidate.

Companies continually deal with increasing levels of uncertainty and fewer resources. The result has been a growing emphasis on finding and hiring a certain type of employee: consistently effective, adaptable and enjoyable to work with. These people can be hard to spot in advance, but when an employer meets one, they know it right away. These indispensable employees tend to

See original article here –

Continue Reading

Posted December 12, 2013 by

Dealing with Bad Bosses on Those Recent College Graduate Jobs? 5 Ways Not to Approach Them

Young professionals who are dealing with bad bosses on their recent college graduate jobs may be tempted to confront them at some point.  However, they should be careful about doing so in the wrong manner.  The following post has five ways not to approach a bad boss.

If you’re depressed, angry or constantly chewing your fingernails to nubs because you have a bad boss, the good news is you’re not alone. Millions of workers join you in your despair and anguish. Yet no matter how miserable you are, you’re probably not going to quit, because let’s face

Original article:

Continue Reading

Posted December 02, 2013 by

Leaving Recent Graduate Jobs to Go Out on Your Own? The Steps You Should Take

At some point, young professionals may want to leave their recent graduate jobs, and go out on their own to become entrepreneurs.  Before making this change, there are some steps these workers should take according to the following post.

How do you confidently make the leap from corporate employee to entrepreneur or consultant? If you want to make it on your own, there are three important steps many successful entrepreneurs take before they head out. While some folks get lucky or find a way to make it work without much

Jump to original:

Continue Reading