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Posted September 08, 2014 by

Looking for an Entry Level Job in a New Career? How You Can Sell Yourself to a Potential Employer

Are you tired of your current entry level job and want to start a new career?  If so, find out how to sell yourself to a potential employer in the following post.

You graduated college, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. You envisioned the position you were going to pursue. You began working in an entry-level position and were promoted a few times — either earning that desired position or feeling as though you were on track for it. Five years deep into a career

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Posted September 05, 2014 by

Recruiters, Here’s a New Resource to Help You Find the Best Job Candidates

For recruiters trying to find the best candidates for job openings, the following post shares a new resource they might be interested in.

In many ways, recruiting is a lot like dating. So in the arduous process of finding the perfect match, what works for one might work for the other, right? That’s what Jobr thinks: This new job search app is taking its cue directly from the online dating world. Matching employees and jobs On the surface, Jobr

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Posted September 04, 2014 by

Working Entry Level Jobs that are Nocturnal? 6 Tips to Help You Make it Through

Young professionals and others who work entry level jobs at night can get six tips on how to survive them in the following post.

You don’t need a science degree to figure out that people need sleep. But countless research points to the same conclusion: insufficient sleep can cause a wide range of physical and mental health problems, from poor judgment to depression to heart disease. And ideally, humans should get the sleep they need at night and stay

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Posted August 29, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, 6 Tips to Step Your Searches Up to Find Jobs

When searching for jobs, recent college graduates can enhance their processes by applying the six tips in the following post.

You can’t take the same approach to finding employment you would’ve before the economy hit tough times. Several years ago, firms hired more, the job market wasn’t saturated with the unemployed, and prospects looked great for everyone. Things have certainly changed. The amount of competition means finding a way

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Posted August 28, 2014 by

Recruiters, Trying to Find the Best Candidates for a Small Business? 7 Tips to Attract Them

Recruiters who are looking to hire the best candidates for a small business can get seven tips to help attract them in the following post.

Finding and hiring the right people is easier said than done, but it’s an important part of owning a small business. Training and processing new employees is expensive, so managing turnover and improving employee retention is an excellent way to keep tabs on your bottom line. Here are seven strategies you can employ to make

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Posted August 27, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Looking for Flexible Jobs? 4 Opportunities to Consider

For some recent college graduates, flexible jobs could be a better option than working in the corporate world.  The following post has four opportunities for grads to consider.

You‘ve probably heard plenty about lifestyle businesses lately. It’s the new world of entrepreneurship: Sitting on a beach somewhere taking client calls from all over the world. As much as you would love to find yourself in that position, you may still be hesitant to dive headfirst into entrepreneurship. After all, there is still a lot of self-directed

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Posted August 27, 2014 by

Want to be a Part-Time Entrepreneur While Working a Full-time Entry Level Job? Here’s What You Can Do

While you may have a full-time entry level job, you might also have an interest in becoming a part-time entrepreneur.  How can you go about doing so?  The following post has some tips for you.

Some dream of becoming self-employed. Some are brave enough to jump in feet first. But others need to wade into the deep end one step at a time. For those who want to try running a business without substantial risk, use free or cheap resources to design a micro business that’s both profitable and professional. Then slowly grow your

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

College Students, Considering Jobs as Entrepreneurs? What You Can Learn from Beyonce

For any college students wanting jobs as entrepreneurs, the following post has things you can learn from one of the biggest stars in music, Beyonce.

You may not immediately think of the queen “B” when you’re seeking a business role model, but maybe you should. We’ve watched this global icon rise from a girl band to become her own established brand. Through relationship networking, co-sponsorships, powerful storytelling and audience reach, Bey has positioned herself to be an

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Not Qualified Enough to Land Your Dream Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Stand Out from Other Job Seekers

If you don’t believe you can land the entry level job of your dreams because you’re not qualified, think again.  The following post shares three tips to help you stand out from other job seekers.

“Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” — Abraham Lincoln If all you did was submit your cover letter and resume, you’re screwed. Why? Because someone out there speaks one more language, has a one point higher GPA or has one more year

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

College Graduates, Are You Smartphone Users Searching for Jobs or Managing Tasks at Work? 5 Apps You May Like

For college graduates searching for jobs or trying to manage a workload at the office, there are five smartphone apps that might benefit them in the following post.

Glued to your smartphone? Whether you’re walking down the street, on the train or sitting in the carpool on the way home, you (and everyone around you) are probably heads down, checking the latest activity on your social networks, catching up on news or texting loved ones. The average American has approximately 32 apps on their

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