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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Looking for Entry Level Jobs? Steps to Securing Them

For people trying to find entry level jobs, it’s important to understand that it takes time, as well as the proper steps.  Learn what you can do to find a new job from an infographic in the following post.

Finding a job has never been more difficult. The days of going to a big job board and clicking the ‘Apply Now’ button until something good happens… are gone. Done right, however, finding a job is not as difficult as it may seem. In fact, many successful job seekers today are learning that using a combination of various

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Posted July 01, 2014 by

How Would Your Entry Level Job Search Be Different in the Future?

Congratulations on landing an entry level job!  However, let’s say you look for another one in the future.  What would be different?  Learn lessons from a former job seeker in the following post.

The other day I had a fun conversation with a friend who had just landed a great job. But our conversations prior hadn’t always been fun. You see, he was pretty typical of many job seekers. His job search had taken quite a while. In fact, he had no idea how

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Posted June 20, 2014 by

Want to Get Recruiters Attention as a Stand Out Job Candidate? 5 Tips that Can Help

In order to get noticed by recruiters, you should stand out from the crowd of job seekers.  In the following post, learn five tips to help you separate yourself as the best job candidate.

As many have learned, being a job seeker in today’s workforce is a challenge. Unlike the heyday of Monster.com, where all a job seeker had to do is hit the ‘Apply Now’ button, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to help job seekers land a job. In fact, if you want to be a standout

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Posted June 19, 2014 by

Preparing for an Entry Level Job Interview? What You Should and Should Not Do

So, now it’s time to prepare for your entry level job interview.  What should you do and not do?  Check out a helpful infographic in the following post to find out.

The dreaded job interview… nerves, anxiety, anticipation. And far too often… failure. What if you took a different approach? What if you were so well prepared that you actually looked forward to the one-on-one meeting? What if you walked in with so much confidence that the recruiter couldn’t help but consider you a top candidate,

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Posted June 18, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs, Recent College Graduates? Be Careful of Your First Impressions

For recent college graduates interviewing for jobs, how they present themselves can make or break their chances of getting employed.  Learn the impact of a first impression in the following post.

So much work goes into getting a job interview. The resume must be perfect. Your online presence must be free of all red flags. And your personal brand must closely match the culture of the company. And quicker than a recruiter can think “Next!” all that work is for naught… because in the first 90 seconds of that hard-

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Posted June 16, 2014 by

Are You Using Pinterest for Your Entry Level Job Search?

When it comes to searching for an entry level job on social media, Pinterest might not be the first site you think about.  However, the following post includes an infographic that shows how Pinterest can be applied to your job search.

Pinterest can be an extremely effective tool to get noticed by recruiters. To fully understand its power – and how to maximize that power – we bring you an infographic from our friends at Giraffe CVs. This graphic goes in-depth on how (and why) to expand your search to Pinterest. How will you make yourself different?

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Posted June 09, 2014 by

What LinkedIn Says about College Recruiting in 2014

As graduates head off into the real world, they will have decisions to make concerning their career paths.  So for grads and employers who are interested, the following post reveals what LinkedIn says about college recruiting in 2014.

Another graduating class has walked across the stage, diplomas now in hand. Next step: the workforce. But what are these recent grads thinking? What about a career opportunity appeals to them most (and least)? What companies to they most want to work for? And where do they go to find work?

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Posted May 30, 2014 by

Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs? A Look at the LinkedIn User in 2014

Those of you who are searching for recent graduate jobs may want to consider LinkedIn as a resource.  Take a look at an infographic in the following post concerning today’s user of the site.

LinkedIn has become a networking powerhouse in the social sphere. It is where every employer goes to catch a glimpse of every candidate’s professional life. Hiring managers and recruiters are constantly on the look out for candidates that can fit a role they seek to fill… But what are you doing to find

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Posted May 29, 2014 by

Want that First Entry Level Job? Tips to Help You Get It

If you’re wondering how to obtain your first entry level job, the infographic in the following post has some tips for achieving this goal.

As we send another crop of graduates into the workforce, the job market continues to be problematic. Consider: 1 in 4 recent college graduates remain unemployed Another 15 to 20 percent consider themselves under-employed (meaning they aren’t yet fully using their education in their current job) So how do you beat these odds? And

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Posted May 28, 2014 by

Networking in Person to Learn about Jobs for College Students? Don’t Commit These 7 Sins

If you’re networking face to face to learn more about jobs for college students, make sure not to commit these seven sins found in the following post.

In some circles networking has a bad reputation. In part, this is because of a few bad networking apples who spoil it for everyone else. As someone who has attended (and hosted) thousands of networking meetings and events — and is often referred to as a ‘master networker’ – I’m going to let you in on a few

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