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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 March 24, 2014 by

Want to Learn More about Recent College Graduate Jobs? Conduct Informational Interviews

Informational interviews can provide entry level job seekers with an opportunity to learn more about a career field.  So, how should you go about the process of setting them up and handling each step?  Find out in the following post.

In informational interviews, you talk with a professional from your desired field to learn more about their current line of work, their career history and obtain insider knowledge about the company (culture, availability of mentors, etc.). Informational interviews are also a great opportunity to ask advice about how to achieve your own career goals. Here’s what else you

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Posted March 10, 2014 by

Do You Have an Image Problem on Your Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Fix It

If you would like to improve your image on your entry level job, consider three tips to fix it in the following post.

During the first semester of my junior year, I was working on a complex and drawn out group project with three of my classmates, with written portions that had to be completed every day by each group member. At the project’s end, all of these written materials had to be compiled together into one

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Posted February 05, 2014 by

Interviewing for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Ask These 12 Questions to Impress Your Interviewer

Job candidates interviewing for recent college graduate jobs should be prepared to ask questions when given the opportunity.  The following post suggests 12 questions you can ask your interviewer.

You’re feeling pretty good about how the job interview has been going so far. Then you hear the question that strikes terror into the heart of many interviewees: “Do you have any questions for me?”

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Posted December 26, 2013 by

Want to Shine During Interviews for Entry Level Jobs? Share a Story

How can job candidates standout during their interviews for entry level jobs?  Sharing a story might be the key, according to the following post.

You know the basics of interviewing: dress appropriately, show your positive attitude, and come prepared to convince your interviewer that you want this job. But what steps should you take to prepare answers to interview questions? What strategies can help leave the interviewer with a lasting impression that she needs to hire you for your skills? The job interview

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Posted December 10, 2013 by

Searching for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Contact Your Alumni Network

If you’re trying to find some contacts in your search for recent college graduate jobs, consider your alumni network as a resource.  Learn why in the following post.

When I was in college, I was involved a lot on campus. Fast forward to when I first moved to Boston and I knew four people; two of whom were family. I really missed that community feeling, and knew my college had provided it before. So I checked out opportunities to stay

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Posted November 25, 2013 by

Interviewing for Recent College Graduate Jobs? How to Approach Asking Questions

If you’re asked whether or not you have questions during an interview, make sure to have a couple in mind to show interest in the job and employer.  So, for those of you interviewing for recent college graduate jobs, learn how to approach asking questions in the following post.

We’ve all been there: you’re at a job interview, and you think you’re doing well. As the interview winds down, the interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for me?” Because you feel unprepared, perhaps because you don’t want to waste the interviewer’s time, or maybe because you’re still nervous… you say “no”. Ouch.

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