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Posted September 19, 2014 by

Connecting about Entry Level Jobs? How to Network with Family and Friends

If you are seeking information on entry level jobs, be sure to take advantage of those closest to you: your family and friends.  Learn how to network with them in the following post.

Many job seekers become frustrated when they feel like their networking “isn’t working.” They have attended face-t-face networking events, made notes on the backs of business cards, done the appropriate follow-ups, arranged many coffee meetings and pounded social media until their fingers bleed. Yet the opportunities aren’t flowing. From my experience, the problem is

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Posted June 27, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Need Some Help Finding Jobs on LinkedIn? 5 Tips to Create an Attention Grabbing Profile

Recent college graduates searching for jobs can create a LinkedIn profile to get the attention of employers by using five tips in the following post.

If you have neglected your LinkedIn profile, or wondering why it isn’t having an impact on your lead generation, then this article will give you five simple tweaks to help your LinkedIn profile start to win you work.  I regularly do research for my clients and prospects on the state of their social media efforts. Of


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Posted April 08, 2014 by

Are You Networking about Jobs for College Students? 7 Ways to See If There is Value in Your Network

If you are networking as part of your search for jobs for college students, the following post shares seven ways to see if your network is providing value to you.

The phrase ‘good old boys’ has signified a club where big decisions are made behind closed doors or on the golf course. The boys club has historically had the dark side of being exclusive and only male; no girls allowed. Yet, they did one thing right. Men not only valued action on behalf of each other, it was

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Don’t Have a College Degree? How You Could Still Land an Entry Level Job

While it never hurts to have a college degree, not having one does not mean you aren’t qualified to get an entry level job.  Learn what else you can do to boost your chances of getting employed from an infographic in the following post.

Without a four-year degree are you shut out of a competitive job market? Absolutely not. In fact, 53% of employers surveyed said it’s difficult or very difficult to find qualified college graduates. Online education, technical and vocational degrees are increasingly being viewed by employers as valuable experience, and see

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Posted November 13, 2013 by

Can Learning a Foreign Language Make You a More Attractive Entry Level Job Candidate?

Have you considered learning a foreign language?  Doing so might make you a more attractive entry level job candidate, if you’re willing to invest the time and maybe some money.  The following post shares some factors to consider before learning a new language.

Hola! Me contratar? Many people aspire to learn a second language in their lifetime, but is adding this skill to your resume really necessary for your career? For many professionals, the answer is s. While becoming proficient or fluent in a second language is rarely easy, it could be a distinguishing ticket that helps you board

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Posted November 08, 2013 by

What Does It Take to Find Entry Level Jobs in Finance?

For those of you trying to find entry level jobs in finance, there is one step you may want to consider first that can eventually lead you to the job you want.  Learn more in the following post.

If you’ve been looking for entry level finance jobs, you already know that it’s a tough market out there. What you may not know is that many finance rock.

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Posted October 02, 2013 by

Hiring for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Lessons to Learn When it Comes to Hiring Practices

Employers, do you need some advice when it comes to hiring?  Whether you’re hiring for entry level jobs or other types of positions, the following post has five lessons to learn when it comes the process.

This month LinkedIn polled the influencers on its columns on their hiring strategies. The result is an awesome compilation of ideas and strategies on recruitment and hiring. The How I Hire series brings forth valuable lessons, inspiration and ideas on recruitment – a wealth of knowledge that new start-ups and entrepreneurs can use as they advance


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Posted September 23, 2013 by

Are You a Humanities Major? Entry Level Jobs in Travel that Might Interest You

If you are not sure what kind of entry level jobs to consider as a humanities major, the following post has opportunities in the travel industry that are expected to increase in the years to come.

Over the 2008-18 period, occupations such as hotel, motel and resort desk clerks, tour guides and escorts, and flight attendants are all projected to increase in employment. via Not only for those with specialized degrees in travel and hospitality industry, travel jobs rank high on employing those with little experience or

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Posted August 12, 2013 by

Employers Prefer Work Experience When Hiring for Jobs for Recent College Graduates

While education is an advantage when applying for a job, it seems employers are focusing more on applicants with work experience.  This may be especially important if you’re applying for jobs for recent college graduates.  Learn more in the following post.

“Hey man, what did you do this summer?” I asked a college classmate at the start of the fall semester. My friend looked at me like I had two heads. “What do you mean?” he replied. “I work hard all semester long. I deserved a summer vacation, and I took one.” He was taking pre

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Posted December 17, 2012 by

4 More Ways To Future Proof Your HR Career

CollegeRecruiter.comHuman resource professionals who want to manage their careers may value the following post, which offers tips to secure their jobs in the future.

In my recent article: 4 Easy Ways To Future Proof Your HR Career, I outlined how the HR landscape was set to change and that HR professionals needed to, amongst other things, become Career Agile and Technology Fluent as these are and will be two crucial personal differentiators in the HR candidate marketplace.

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