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Posted September 15, 2014 by

Serious about Seeking Entry Level Jobs? 7 Things Young Job Seekers Can Do Daily

College students and graduates who are serious about obtaining entry level jobs can do these seven things in the following post daily to enhance their employment chances.

I know you love Candy Crush. We all do. But every time I receive that “[Facebook friend] invites you to play Candy Crush Saga” notification I think: “Man, what a time suck that game is!” The super-addictive app and its red, orange and yellow candies steal precious seconds from our day… “OK, just another

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Posted September 12, 2014 by

College Graduates, Interviewing for Jobs? Answer the “Tell Me About Yourself” Question in These 4 Ways

When interviewing for jobs, college graduates may be asked the “tell me about yourself” question.  In the following post, learn four ways to answer it.

Everyone hates this interview question, “So, tell me about yourself.” How a candidate reacts and answers this simple interview question can be extremely telling of a candidate’s viability as a candidate. You must bring bring your A-game to this challenge! Here’s how:

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Posted September 12, 2014 by

Work on an Entry Level Job? How to Approach it Like a Boss

No matter whether you work on an entry level job or another position, you can have the mentality of a boss.  Find out how in the following post.

Don’t let Lonely Island mislead you; there’s more to acting like a boss than rolling high and taking liberties with your subordinates’ desks. It encompasses everything from refilling the coffee pot like a boss to going after that big-name client like a boss. No task is too big or too small to tackle with the

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Posted August 28, 2014 by

College Students, 10 Tips for Networking at Different Times When Searching for Jobs

When networking in their searches for jobs, college students should apply these 10 tips in the following post.

In an article for the Huffington Post, I shared with readers my love for informal, even random, networking – and how I seem to be a magnet for bizarre networking encounters. (One such encounter happened in the locker room wrapped only in a towel!) As much as I seem to attract these random networking opportunities, when it comes to

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Posted August 26, 2014 by

High School Students, Want to Impress Recruiters with Your Emails? Tips to Remember

When writing their emails to professional contacts, such as recruiters, high school students should take them seriously.  The following post shares tips they should remember.

Featured: Featured Over the past year, we’ve had an increased interest in our site from high school students. This is great news, as it shows that young people are taking their future seriously and thinking about what they want to do with their life even before they get to college. It’s important that high

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Grads, Want to be “A” Candidates for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Qualities You Need

College graduates who desire to be “A” candidates for entry level jobs should possess these qualities, according to the following post.

For many companies, hiring the best and the brightest is not an option — it’s an absolute necessity. They are all working from the same playbook: “Only hire ‘A’ players.” Of course! Who doesn’t want people who have the talent, skills and drive to make a company successful? So… how can you

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Posted August 07, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Why It’s Important to be Happy on Your Entry Level Jobs

Pharrell Williams’ song “Happy” emphasizes the importance of people being satisfied with their lives.  The same feeling should apply to all workers, including young professionals on their entry level jobs.  Find out why in the following post.

When you wake up in the morning, do you feel fairly energetic and ready to start your day? Or do you dread the prospect of getting out of bed and facing another workday? If it’s the latter, hear this: Life is too short to spend at a job that doesn’t make you smile, challenge your intellect or offer

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Posted August 06, 2014 by

Want a Career Where You Can Learn Before Landing an Entry Level Job? Here are Some Options

Getting some work experience in a field before landing an entry level job can better prepare you for a position.  The following post has some career options where you can gain this experience.

It can be difficult to find the perfect career, especially if you have no formal qualifications or experience. That is the main reason many people find themselves working in boring factories or warehouses for their entire life. You want to avoid doing that at all costs. Believe me; I’ve been there before, and it’s not

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Summer Internship Finder, 6 Tips for Success in Your New Position

If you are a summer internship finder preparing to start your new position, check out six tips in the following post to help you achieve success.

Often I think back to an internship experience I had last summer. I remember the projects I worked on, the day-to-day processes I learned and improved, and why I felt summer internships were a good experience for me, and for my career. How was I able to turn a low-key internship into one of the most

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Posted April 09, 2014 by

Got a Big Ego? 4 Signs It is Negatively Impacting Your Entry Level Job Search

When it comes to your entry level job search, being confident is one thing but having an ego is another.  Learn four signs your ego is negatively impacting your ability to find employment in the following post.

It’s definitely good to walk into any interview with an “I’ve got this!” mentality. However, you need to keep any sign of arrogance in check… and instead focus on displaying humble confidence. Here are four signs that your ego is hurting your job search…

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