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Posted July 08, 2015 by

Want a Promotion? 5 Tips to Help You Earn One

Do you believe it is time for you to get promoted at work?  If you have been with a company for a while and have proven your worth, then chances are you are probably right.  You may have even asked your boss for a promotion before, but for some reason it was not the right time.  That does not mean you should give up.  If your goal is to move up within your business, there are ways to do it.  Here are some tips to help you earn a promotion. (more…)

Posted September 15, 2014 by

Recruiters, Want a Successful Experience on Campus this Fall? Here’s What You Can Do

With the fall season approaching, recruiters who visit college campuses will be looking to find quality candidates to hire.  The following post shares advice on having a successful recruiting experience on campus this autumn.

Ah, the fall! I love it. Everything about it: pumpkin spice lattes, fall scented candles, pumpkin carving, boots, and back to school time. As someone who’s made a transition from being on the ground as a college recruiter to a…

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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 May 27, 2014 by

Not Getting Promoted from Your Entry Level Job? 9 Reasons that Could Explain Why

If you believe you deserve a promotion from your entry level job but haven’t received one, there are nine reasons in the following post that could explain why.

Have you ever felt stuck at your job? You know, when you feel like you aren’t moving forward in your current position, but you know you’d excel if awarded a promotion. When promotion season enters your office, it can be an exciting yet stressful time. You personally feel like you have a lot

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Posted May 27, 2014 by

Have a Bad Candidate Experience When Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 4 Ways to Put Your Job Search Back in Your Hands

If you’ve had a bad candidate experience when searching jobs for recent college graduates, the following post discusses four ways to help you put your search back in your hands.

With every job interview – some good, some not-so-good – comes a different candidate experience. Regardless of the organization, the recruiter and the position… what you take away from each experience is what matters. What other opportunities are available? What should you expect next time? How can you leverage

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Posted May 19, 2014 by

Not Satisfied with Recent Graduate Jobs Due to Underemployment? How to Get the Most Out of It

For young professionals on recent graduate jobs who are unhappy being underemployed, the following post offers advice on making the most of these positions for the future.

50 percent of recent college graduates were either unemployed or underemployed. Underemployed means you have a job, but it might be part-time and it’s definitely below your skill set, education and capability. This is the position I found myself in three months after graduating. However, I wasn’t satisfied with being underemployed.

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Posted May 12, 2014 by

Just Had a Vacation from Those Recent Graduate Jobs? Don’t Post Photos that Might Harm Your Career

While you might be tempted to show off your vacation photos, be careful not the rub anyone the wrong way on those recent graduate jobs.  Learn more in the following post.

You’ve been endlessly plugging away at work for months; spending late nights at the office and wishing that someone would invent a coffee IV already. Impressing your boss at every turn can be exhausting, so you start desperately counting down the days to when you can finally get some R & R and your skin can

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

Achieving Success on Your Recent College Graduate Jobs but Don’t Feel You Deserve It? Enjoy What You’ve Accomplished

For young professionals on recent college graduate jobs, they should enjoy any success they’ve achieved instead of feeling like they don’t deserve it.  Learn more in the following post.

You’ve finally gotten the promotion you’ve been waiting for — the one you know you’ve deserved for months now — and you couldn’t be happier. You feel on top of the world, invincible and light… for about five minutes, until things start to go south. You swear your boss has been looking at you funny

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Posted April 21, 2014 by

Is Freelancing One of the Jobs for Recent College Graduates You’re Considering? Create Credibility and Make Money with These 5 Tips

If freelancing is one of the jobs for recent college graduates you are thinking about, the following post has five tips that could help you build credibility and support yourself.

Ah, the wonderful world of freelancing. Unlike a 9-to-5 job, you can work from home, set your own schedule and give yourself a raise whenever you darn well please. But there’s just one problem. First you have to land clients — and a lot of them — to live the freelance dream. Whether you’re just dipping your

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Posted April 18, 2014 by

Are You Trying to Find Jobs for College Students? 5 Tips for Your College Career Center to be Most Helpful

If you’re searching to find jobs for college students, don’t expect your college career center to get you the job.  However, it can be most helpful to your search by using the tips in the following post.

I often hear recent college graduates complain that their career services center didn’t get them a job. What many students don’t understand is that it’s not the career development centers’ duty to get them a job. The center is not a placement organization. Career services professionals provide students with the

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