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Posted June 16, 2014 by

Are Career Fairs Still Important for College Recruiting? Other Strategies to Find the Best Talent

When it comes to college recruiting, you would think that college career fairs are a big factor in finding new hires.  However, this may not be the case for all companies.  Learn more, including other strategies to search for talent, in the following post.

Below are a few ways that companies can optimize their university recruiting strategies and build a stronger pipeline to recruit interns and new-grads: Discover the most difficult courses on campus and find the students who…

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

5 Locations for Your Startup If Your Entry Level Job is as an Entrepreneur

The following post has five locations for your startup if your entry level job is as an entrepreneur.

Interested in tech? Check out the Deloitte Women in Technology community over on Dice to read more! Looking for a place to launch your startup? Follow the money — literally. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Most company founders dream of taking their company public or, at a minimum, getting a fabulous offer from someone who wants

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Posted September 11, 2013 by

Why Having Good Credit Could Payoff in Your Entry Level Job Search

While there are various factors that can affect your entry level job search, the following post discusses one you may not think about: your credit.

If you’re climbing the ladder to your dream job, you’ve thought about every detail: your resume layout, your interview techniques, your clothing and even your haircut. But have you checked your credit history lately? You may not be aware of it, but your credit history has more to do with your career potential than you think. The Fair


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Posted August 27, 2013 by

Working with People on Your Entry Level Job who Don’t Want to Participate? How to Change Their Minds

There may come a time on your entry level job where you work with people who don’t want to participate in an assignment or project.  So, how can you change their minds?  Learn more in the following post.

Flash back for a moment to one of those group projects from college or grad school. Were you the one who ended up doing 90 percent of the work? Did you find your dislike for your group members increasing with every passing day? Did you swear to yourself that when you got into the “real” world, you’d never be

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Posted April 12, 2013 by

Basic SEO Every Graduate Should Know (and Why Employers Will Love You for It)

Graduates with knowledge of SEO (search engine optimization) may stand out among candidates looking for jobs.  Learn more in the following post.

Employers at most major companies want to see that their candidates have a basic understanding of SEO. Why? Because almost every industry has a need for people who understand SEO, and the more people who do, the better. If you haven’t yet added SEO to your skill set, this post is for you—especially

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