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Posted February 02, 2015 by

Keep calm and go to college!

Young adult college student filling application form for master degree in library. Vertical shape, rear view, selective focus, head and shoulders

Young adult college student filling application form for master degree in library. Vertical shape, rear view, selective focus, head and shoulders. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Spending sleepless nights just because you can’t get rid of the thoughts about applying for colleges or having tough time deciding for options? Obviously, choosing a college and then applying is quite a tricky and nerve-wracking experience but we need to be composed throughout the procedure as panicking will just make the situation worse and we will end up making bad choices.

Follow some easy steps to keep this stress a mile away and to go through this procedure smoothly. (more…)

Posted December 30, 2014 by

Moving to a New Flat after Graduating

Melissa Burns

Melissa Burns

For most people graduating from college is associated with finding their first full-time job, following their ambitions and building plans for a future career; one thing that often eludes their attention is moving off to start living alone, probably for the first time in their lives. Before they lived first with their parents, then in a college dorm, now they have to set up their own household.

But first – actually move their things there, which can be tricky if you haven’t done it before. Here are a few tips that will help you out. (more…)

Posted October 15, 2014 by

Starting Your Career After College Is Over – Psychological Hurdles To Pass

Boris Dzhingarov

Boris Dzhingarov

Most people think that it is really easy to start your career as soon as college is over. That is not actually the case. In fact, if you are only used to college and then you start with your entry level job, you may be faced with so many problems that would lead towards failures or making everything a lot harder than it should be. While you can easily improve your job search, improve your CV and basically learn everything about the job hunting process or the career path you want to take, the psychological preparation is not being discussed.

You can have all the knowledge that you need and still encounter huge problems while climbing the career ladder. In so many situations you can end up failing because you are simply not prepared from a psychological point of view. (more…)

Posted August 19, 2014 by

5 Things Recruiters Look for When Comparing Your Resume with Your LinkedIn Profile

Job seekers, beware.  Recruiters are looking for five things when checking your resume in comparison to your LinkedIn profile.  Learn what they are in the following post.

Everyone knows LinkedIn is a great way to grow your personal network and meet influential people. But did you know employers use LinkedIn for another reason? To validate your resume and the information provided in your application? To make sure you are… who you say you are? Why do many recruiters

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Posted April 17, 2014 by

Heading into the Entry Level Job Market but Not Quite Ready to be an Entrepreneur? Think About Franchising

For entry level job seekers who desire becoming entrepreneurs but want to avoid the risk involved, the following post suggests why working with a franchise is a good idea.

The spirit of entrepreneurship has ignited the global economy. Many young professionals enter the job market eager to build a business from the ground up. But there’s an inherent risk in starting your own business, one that often makes the entrepreneurial dream seem unattainable. For many potential business owners, particularly young professionals, franchising offers a solid middle ground — the

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Posted May 29, 2013 by

How to Perform Better on Your Entry Level Job to Avoid Losing Money

Whether you work in an entry level job or another position, losing money is probably not your goal.  So, how can you improve your performance on the job to avoid hurting your income?  Get some tips in the following post.

Pursuing your entrepreneurial career path is no easy task. It takes time, effort, and while we hate to admit it, a whole lotta money. Until you hit it big, you’ll probably be pinching pennies wherever possible. Cutting physical costs is a great start, but there’s another invisible culprit eyeing up your business’s bank account:

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Time is Money: Are Your Work Habits Costing You Cash?