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Posted November 04, 2014 by

Searching for Internships or Entry Level Jobs? Don’t Scare Aware Employers by Making These Mistakes

Even though Halloween is over, that doesn’t mean that job seekers are not making mistakes that will scare off potential employers.  If they expect to land internships or entry level jobs, job seekers can not afford to be careless or lazy.  Your first impression should be memorable, in the right way that is.  So, please for your sake and those who will be considering you for job opportunities, avoid making the following mistakes in your job search. (more…)

Posted September 24, 2014 by

College Grads, Searching for Your Dream Entry Level Jobs in the 21st Century? What to Keep in Mind

If they have not started doing so already, many college graduates will be searching for entry level jobs after graduation.  While the thought of entering the job market is exciting, it can also be scary for graduates if they are not properly prepared.  After all, today’s job search is conducted much differently than when their parents when looking for employment.  So as 21st century job seekers, what are some things grads need to focus on?  Let’s take a closer look. (more…)

Posted September 17, 2014 by

Recent Graduate, Some Do’s and Don’ts for Resumes When Applying for Jobs

As a recent graduate applying for jobs, there are certain things you should and should not do on your resume.  Find out what they are from an infographic in the following post.

Resume tips are like snowflakes… never any two exactly the same. And yet there are certain aspects of a resume that almost every one agrees on – like those outlined in this infographic from CollegeAtlas.org. And some of the advice you may never had heard before: 400 words total is just about right More than 6 to 7 bullet points per section

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Posted September 12, 2014 by

Starting to Search for Jobs, College Students? 6 Difference Making Trends You Should Know

When searching for jobs, college students need to be aware of these six difference making trends from an infographic in the following post.

Have you built a professional presence on social media? Do you have a personal website to display your passion and expertise? Do you frequently use mobile devices to keep up with your job search, potential employers and personal branding? This infographic by job hunting and career management site CareerShift shares information on the impact

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Posted September 08, 2014 by

Does Your Resume Have the Skills that Recruiters Want?

If you want to impress recruiters with your resume, make sure it shows the skills that will attract them.  Learn more in the following post.

Sitting down to write a resume is an intimidating experience. You need to decide on a format, a branding statement, how to list your work experience, and of course, how to highlight your skills. It is the latter, highlighting your skills the right way, that seems to give job seekers the most trouble. In

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Posted August 28, 2014 by

College Graduates, Considering New Jobs? 7 Ways to Plan Ahead

For college graduates interested in finding new jobs, the following post shares seven ways to get a head start.

These days, gold watches and pensions can be filed under “career fairy tales.” Quite on the contrary, just surviving a round or two of layoffs is considered a happy ending. In a tough economy and an increasingly competitive job market, it may feel like you should always be planning your next

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Posted August 27, 2014 by

College Students, Need to Overcome Some Issues When Writing Your Resumes for Jobs? 9 Tips to Tackle Challenges

When writing resumes for jobs, college students might face certain challenges.  In order to overcome them, the following post has nine tips that can make a difference.

Every job seeker has some kind of past issue, no exceptions. Sometimes called “elephants in the room,” hiring professionals know where to look; they know how to uncover the truth. This is how they can eliminate a candidate in seconds. And this is why even “perfect” resumes sometimes don’t result in a job

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Selling Yourself? Find an Entry Level Job with These 3 Online Marketing Strategies

Finding an entry level job is about selling yourself.  Learn three online marketing strategies in the following post that can help your job search.

You may not think that online marketing and the job hunt are similar at all. The truth is, though, that the best techniques for marketing and selling a brand online will work while you are marketing and selling… you. To maximize your personal brand and your online presence, here are four online marketing tips

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Posted August 13, 2014 by

Considering Getting a New Entry Level Job? 12 Things to Know First

Before accepting an entry level job, consider 12 things from an infographic in the following post that you should know first.

In a recent survey, 85% of workers said they are open to the idea of changing jobs. And a great many of them aren’t considering leaving for better opportunities, but to escape their current less-than-desirable working environment. So what will be different for these unhappy careerists next time? How can

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Posted August 12, 2014 by

Not the Usual Recent Graduate Searching for Jobs? How to Approach 3 Challenges When Writing Your Resume

The following post discusses three challenges a recent graduate might face when searching for jobs and how to approach them on his or her resume.

There is an abundance of resume advice and examples online. However, they’re mostly unhelpful if your work and life experience doesn’t fit neatly into a template. Let’s look at a real job seeker with non-traditional work experience and outside the norm career issues, and see what happens when we do a resume

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