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Posted May 07, 2014 by

Have You Researched the Entry Level Job Description Prior to the Interview?

Before interviewing for an entry level job, it is a good idea to do some research beyond what the job description says.  The following post has advice on how to do your homework on a potential employer.

Matching your career path with a company that’ll take you part-way along the route is little more than a gamble if you don’t do the research. It’s all about best fit, for you and the company. The more you find out prior to joining a company then

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Posted March 24, 2014 by

Want to Learn More about Recent College Graduate Jobs? Conduct Informational Interviews

Informational interviews can provide entry level job seekers with an opportunity to learn more about a career field.  So, how should you go about the process of setting them up and handling each step?  Find out in the following post.

In informational interviews, you talk with a professional from your desired field to learn more about their current line of work, their career history and obtain insider knowledge about the company (culture, availability of mentors, etc.). Informational interviews are also a great opportunity to ask advice about how to achieve your own career goals. Here’s what else you

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Posted February 28, 2014 by

Going on Informational Interviews to Learn More About Entry Level Jobs? How to Put Together Your Questions

If you are excited to learn more about entry level jobs, but are not sure how to go about determining which questions to ask, the following post offers some helpful advice.

Featured: Featured Before going into an informational interview, you must be prepared. If an executive is willing to give you their time, you want to show them that you appreciate their time and you take the opportunity very seriously. Go into the meeting looking sharp, carrying a clean notebook and pen (not a crumpled up piece

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Posted June 26, 2013 by

Smart Questions to Ask During an Informational Interview If You Want to Land an Entry Level Job

Whether you are an intern or someone else who wants to land an entry level job, it is important to take advantage of opportunities that can help you.  Think about asking smart questions in informational interviews, such as the ones in the following post.

Featured: Featured I’ve had at least two students this week tell me about great opportunities (at their internships) to meet with top executives and participate in group or individual informational interviews. Whenever you have these opportunities, you MUST take them! Seize the day, if you will 🙂 Informational interviews might be intimidating, but if you are

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Posted April 29, 2013 by

How to Add Internships to a CNA Resume

The following post explains how to approach including internships to your resume to help you land an entry level job as a certified nursing assistant.

Now that you have done all the hard work to settle as a proficient and successful certified nursing assistant (CNA), it is time to exhibit your prizewinning credentials and expertise before the competitive job market. As a newbie, not only to the professional world, but also to the CNA medical sector in particular, you need to make a

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Posted December 11, 2012 by

The Power of the Informational Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comParticipating in an informational interview is a chance to gather information for your job search.  The following post discusses this interview and guides you through its process.

Informational interviews use your network to prospect for leads and opportunities. If you want a job interview, you should understand the informational interview and how to initiate it and use it effectively. Gathering information in this way opens the doors to opportunities while minimizing rejections and competition.

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