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Posted March 12, 2014 by

Job Seekers, Boost Your Chances of Landing Recent Graduate Jobs with an Online Portfolio

Do you have an online portfolio for your job search?  As one of may job seekers who may be searching for recent graduate jobs, a portfolio could help boost your chances of getting one.  Learn how in the following post.

Having a portfolio that can be searched online by clients has become more important than ever. According to CareerBuilder.com, almost half of employers use Google to search for applicants to fill in a position at their company. If you’re a designer, you can use portfolio sites like Behance, Carbonmade and Coroflot to

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Posted February 20, 2014 by

Grads, Are Your Entry Level Jobs Not Dream Jobs? How to Find the Positions You Want

College graduates may not get their dream entry level jobs right away.  However, that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.  In the following post, learn how grads can find the positions they want.

If you’re stuck in a job or a field you don’t particularly like, you’ve probably found yourself asking some tough questions: How did I wind up here? Will I be here forever? As a young professional, you might feel compelled to decide right this very moment what your future career path should look like. In reality, you don’t

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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Attending Networking Events for Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 8 Tips to Put Your Best Foot Forward

In your search for jobs for recent college graduates, you may attend some networking events.  In the following post, learn eight tips that can help you put your best foot forward when meeting new people.

Online career fairs and networking events can be great opportunities to meet potential employers and professional peers without leaving the comfort of your desk. But since virtual fairs are a relatively new technology, attendees often don’t know what to expect or how to make the most of these events. Lucky for

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Posted January 06, 2014 by

Want to Recommend a Friend for Some Jobs for College Students? 3 Questions to Ponder First

There may be a friend of yours in college who needs a job and could use some help in his or her job search.  If you’ve heard about some jobs for college students to recommend, think about three questions to ask yourself first in the following post.

You might come across a situation where there’s a job opening at your office and you know a job-seeking friend who could use an extra boost in their job search. Whether you’re doing this out of the goodness of your heart or your friend has dropped less-than-subtle hints about recommending them, you may

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Posted November 13, 2013 by

Create Effective Job Ads to Attract Applicants for Recent College Graduate Jobs

Recruiters looking to find applicants for recent college graduate jobs or other positions should create advertisements that are clear and to the point.  Learn how to achieve this goal in the following post.

All recruiters have been there. You get an order for a job that must be filled immediately, and it’s of utmost importance to get the job post up right away. What do you do? You may prefer to crawl under your desk and have a good cry, but that’s not very

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Posted October 17, 2013 by

Not Progressing on Your Entry Level Job? 7 Ways to Get Your Career Under Control

If it seems that you’re not moving forward on your entry level job, it may be time for you to make some adjustments.  The following post highlights seven ways to get your career under control.

Do you feel like you’re in a career stand-still? It’s easy to become so focused on contributing to your company’s success that you forget to focus on your own career. It’s not up to your boss to decide when you’re ready for more responsibility. They’re (typically) too

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Posted August 23, 2013 by

5 Ways an Internship Finder Can Get Noticed at Work

How much does your internship mean to you?  As an internship finder, your goal should be to make a lasting impression.  Learn five ways to get noticed by others at work in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured This is a guest blog post by Anna Hicks. Whether this is your first internship or your fifth, you want to stand out from the crowd and make the best impression possible. Use these tips to get the most out of your internship and make sure your supervisors and colleagues

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Young Professionals, How Far Do You Want to Take Those Recent College Graduate Jobs?

Do you have any career goals as a young professional?  For example, if you aspire to be like your boss one day, you’ll likely observe how he or she is in the workplace.  The following post explains what may or may not lead those with recent college graduate jobs to this level of career success.

So many people question whether or not they want to quit their jobs. I’ve quit a couple jobs in my short career (hopefully I’ll never have to have another “job” to quit again), and I can tell you that if you’re thinking about quitting your job, there’s one question you

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Posted May 23, 2013 by

On Entry Level Jobs, Avoid 5 Subjects with Coworkers

While there is nothing wrong with having conversations beyond work on entry level jobs, there are five subjects to avoid with your coworkers.  Find out what they are in the following post.

If you’re lucky enough to spend the day surrounded by coworkers you consider close friends, count your blessings. Not everyone has the good fortune to work side by side with those they connect with on the deepest personal level. For most of us, coworker relationships are pleasant, friendly and warm—but you’re

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Posted May 13, 2013 by

Are You Ready to Move Up From Your Entry Level Job? Tips to Prove It to Your Boss

If you believe it is time to move up from your entry level job, learn some tips to improve your chances in the following post.

You’ve been in the same position at your job for a while. It’s natural that you want to move up, make more money and take on more responsibility. After all, you’ve put in the time and earned it. The only problem is that you’re not the only one in this position. A few of your coworkers probably feel the exact

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