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Posted June 12, 2014 by

Cross Cultural Skills For Fresh Graduates: Enabling Success In the Very First Job!

Vineeta Tiwari

Vineeta Tiwari

Businesses today have now started looking out for other special skills other than just technical or organizational skills. One of the top-rated skills of recent times is cross-cultural skill set, which catalyzes international communication and transactions in a smoother way. Let us understand the importance of the skills for a debutante professional or a fresh graduate and how he/she can easily deal with cultural sentiments of clients effectively, in the very first job: (more…)

Posted March 24, 2014 by

Do Job Seekers Have the Soft Skills to Obtain Jobs for Recent College Graduates and Advance Their Careers?

In order to obtain jobs for recent college graduates and advance their careers, job seekers need to focus on acquiring soft skills.  The following post has more on the importance of developing these skills.

Soft skills are essential irrespective of the level of management – entry, middle and top level management. People rise in organizations due to hard skills but fall due to lack of soft skills. Successful professionals need more of soft skills rather than hard skills. And to make it to the CEO level

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Posted February 28, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Do You Want to Go Abroad for a Position?

If you’re an internship finder who wouldn’t mind traveling abroad for a position, the following post has information about an opportunity you may want to consider.

Featured: Featured If you’ve caught the news or even read your Twitter feed recently, you know that our world is becoming increasingly global. As a result, international internships are becoming an important new experience to add to your arsenal – just ask TIME Magazine! read more

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Interested in an Entry Level Job with a Nonprofit? 4 Things You Might Not Know

If you’re tired of your current entry level job and want to work for a nonprofit organization, learn four things you might know about the transition in the following post.

It’s that time of year again. Time to make (and then quickly break) career resolutions. If you’re like many unhappy employees, you may have set a goal to find more meaningful work in 2014. The nonprofit sector might be just the place for you to begin your search. But if you want to make your resolution to transition from

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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Considering Freelancing in Your Search for Recent Graduate Jobs? 10 Websites to Help You Get Started

Have you considered freelancing as you search for recent graduate jobs? If so, learn about 10 websites that can help you get started in this career in the following post.

Is one of your New Year’s goals to make money as a freelancer? Or maybe you already have a few clients but want to propel your freelance business forward this year? No need to grasp around in the dark. Instead, take advice from freelancers who have gone before you! Here are 10 websites

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Posted December 04, 2013 by

What to Know About Remote College Recruiting

Recruiters and hiring managers, have you heard about remote college recruiting?  If not, you may want to consider it as a recruitment strategy.  Learn more in the following post.

The most serious limitation in college recruiting is that the traditional model requires corporations to physically visit the campus of their target schools in order to recruit. Physically sending both recruiters and hiring managers to…

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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 13, 2013 by

Want an Entry Level Job? 5 Resume Tips to Earn an Interview

As an entry level job seeker, you need to write a resume that focuses on the needs of a potential employer.  So, if you want to earn an interview, use these five resume tips in the following post.

Entry-level resumes tend to be plagued by bland formats and poorly-written objective statements. These serve only to provide employers with a vague, one-line statement about the type of position the job seeker wants. A resume shouldn’t be all about what you want—especially when it’s communicating in generalities.

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Posted October 21, 2013 by

LinkedIn Reveals Top 100 Most InDemand Employers of 2013

LinkedIn logoEmployers, how much effort do you put into recruiting, hiring, and retaining top talent for your particular company?  While a strong personal brand can help sell a company’s products and/or services, it is the people behind the brand that will determine the success or failure of a business. So, which companies are at the top of their game when it comes to acquiring and keeping talent? (more…)

Posted October 03, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Do Your Recent College Graduate Jobs Promote Innovation? 5 Traits to Tell If You Can Succeed as an Intrapreneur

Employers hiring for recent college graduate jobs may want to consider candidates who are innovative.  These just might be the workers who come up with the next big thing for their business.  For young professionals who desire success as intrapreneurs, the following post identifies five traits to possess.

Where is it written that entrepreneurs are only sole proprietors, closely held business owners or people who start a new company? Or that the great innovators, ideators and creators always start their own companies and enterprises? You can innovate from within, too. A common misconception is that those willing to step

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