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Posted April 28, 2014 by

Graduates, Maintain a Positive Attitude When Searching for Entry Level Jobs

In their search for entry level jobs, graduates need to keep a positive attitude.  How can they show this in their job searches?  Find out in the following post.

Job search, not unlike moving to a new town alone, is often disconcerting… even frightening. For many, attempts to find work can turn confidence into insecurity, and shift calmness into anger and patience into pushiness. Fortunately, many have found ways to positively channel this anxiety and energy. They have propelled their search—and with it, their attitude—forward…

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Posted December 19, 2013 by

Oh No You Didn’t! 6 Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Entry Level Job Search

To improve your chances of landing an entry level job, avoid six mistakes that can hurt your search in the following post.

You’ve heard it a million times… the job market is competitive, and the economy still uncertain. In that environment it’s tough to maintain your poise and hope as a job seeker, right? With that said, you can take targeted, positive and actionable steps to create positive results for yourself. Below, we’ve listed six unhealthy job search

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Posted December 13, 2013 by

Young Professionals, How to Approach Asking for a Raise on Your Entry Level Jobs

Young professionals who work hard on their entry level jobs may be inclined to ask for a raise after a certain amount of time.  The key is to have a plan before discussing this matter with your boss.  If you want a better chance to get a raise, the following post has some tips for your consideration.

From our partner site…www.careercast.com http://www.careercast.com/career-news/asking-and-getting-salary-increase-down-economic-times By Dr. Morley D. Glicken Should you ask for a raise during bad economic times? The answer is yes, but only if you deserve a raise and you’ve developed a carefully thought-through strategy. Even in bad times,

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Posted December 07, 2012 by

Strengthening the American Workforce through Innovation

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post explains a new initiative for career development to create a better prepared workforce in the U.S. for employment opportunities.

St. Petersburg (Fla.) College engineering and technology student Tungo Harris has a plan: “I want to get gainfully employed — and I figure I will be after this — with a decent salary,” Harris told the Tampa Bay Times. Thanks to a new $15 million grant announced last month by U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis at St. Petersburg, Harris, a Navy veteran who is recovering from a brain tumor, can now get help in fulfilling his plan.

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Strengthening the American Workforce through Innovation