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Posted February 12, 2014 by

Want to Improve Performance on Recent College Graduate Jobs? Here are 7 Tips

Young professionals who want to improve performance on their recent college graduate jobs should keep seven tips in mind, according to the following post.

There are many benefits to performing better at your job; promotions, pay raises and increased job security among them. While the results are easy to grasp, many have trouble understanding what it takes to earn these results; they don’t know exactly how to achieve more without falling into “working harder” trap and trying to cram more hours

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Want to Improve Productivity on Entry Level Jobs? 3 Tips to Get More Done

Recent grads, do you want to improve productivity on your entry level jobs?  If so, check out three tips for getting more work done in the following post.

Young professionals striving to get more done in less time have always tried to crack the productivity code. The idea of getting more done, faster, is a seductive one. Here’s a secret of highly productive entrepreneurs and creatives: they respect their ultradian rhythm. You’re probably familiar with the term

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Posted December 11, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Searching? The 5 Best and 5 Worst Ways to Find Employment

If you haven’t landed an entry level job after a long time, then you may need to rethink your job search strategy.  According to the following post, the five best and five worst ways to find employment are listed.

I spend a lot of time reading job search and career-related books. And in all this reading one piece of information has proven constant: The job search strategy most likely to yield results… networking. The worst job search strategy is to avoid all human contact and only apply for jobs virtually. Listed below is a summary of

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