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Posted August 25, 2014 by

Want to Change Entry Level Jobs for Your Career? Online Tools to Move Forward

For young professionals who believe their careers would benefit by changing entry level jobs, the following post has some online tools to help them find new employment.

Stuck in a job you don’t like anymore? Want a career change but don’t know how? Ready to step on a new journey to discover a satisfying career? Yes! There are many of us everywhere who are pondering this question now. Although career change is not easy, but in the recent years

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Selling Yourself? Find an Entry Level Job with These 3 Online Marketing Strategies

Finding an entry level job is about selling yourself.  Learn three online marketing strategies in the following post that can help your job search.

You may not think that online marketing and the job hunt are similar at all. The truth is, though, that the best techniques for marketing and selling a brand online will work while you are marketing and selling… you. To maximize your personal brand and your online presence, here are four online marketing tips

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Posted August 18, 2014 by

College Graduates, 3 Ways to Separate Yourself from the Competition When Searching for Jobs

As college graduates begin searching for jobs, they need to stand out from other job seekers.  Learn three ways they can separate themselves from the competition in the following post.

One of a job candidates’ biggest worries? The competition. How are their credentials? How much experience do they have? What is their online presence like? How good are they during the job interview? Do they have an inside track to this job? While it’s completely normal to be concerned about your

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Posted August 15, 2014 by

Writing Your Resume for an Entry Level Job? Would You Be this Honest?

When writing your resume for an entry level job, being honest is important.  Check out the following post, and ask yourself you would be just as truthful.

Let’s be honest: only a very small percentage of resumes accurately depict someone’s full career and life experience. Everyone has little bits to hide. And, in some cases, a lot to embellish. Some of that embellishment is tolerated, even accepted as normal. After all, a resume is a marketing document – not

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Posted August 13, 2014 by

College Students, Want to Expand Your Network in Your Search for Jobs? 6 Tips to Make New Contacts

For college students searching for jobs, expanding their networks could help them find employment.  In order for them to make new contacts, check out these six tips in the following post.

Your personal sphere of influence is the key to a strong career, and a successful job search. So no matter where you stand now: you likely want or need to expand your network. But especially during a job search, there’s a built-in problem: how do you approach someone you want to meet

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Posted August 12, 2014 by

College Graduates, Are You Writing Functional Resumes When Applying for Jobs? 3 Reasons They May Not Work for You

College graduates applying for jobs may not want to write functional resumes for three reasons, according to the following post.

Functional resumes, especially for those who lack specific experience for the role they desire, continue to surface. As a recruiter, I’m telling you: Functional resumes suck. They will not help you get an interview…

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Posted August 04, 2014 by

Searching for an Entry Level Job? Don’t Make These 5 Big Social Media Mistakes

If you are searching for an entry level job on social media, do yourself a favor and avoid these five big mistakes in the following post.

More than ever, hiring managers and recruiters are using social media to find and pre-screen candidates – and they’re not just using LinkedIn. So for job seekers, it is important to avoid some of these major social media mistakes…

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Posted July 30, 2014 by

Want to Use LinkedIn as an Advantage to Find an Internship or a Job? 7 Steps You Can Take

For those of you trying to find an internship or a job on LinkedIn, the following post has seven steps you can take to use the site to your advantage.

Many college students, recent graduates and young professional are starting to see the power of LinkedIn. However, the one thing they learn very quickly is that they don’t yet have the quantity or quality of contacts necessary to leverage the world’s largest professional network. The best of them, however, don’t let that stop them from using

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Posted July 15, 2014 by

College Students, Hoping LinkedIn Will Help You Find Jobs? 5 Things to Do Daily on the Network

College students could enhance their chances of finding jobs on LinkedIn by doing these five things on the site daily, which are found in the following post.

Do you want to see your efforts on LinkedIn pay off day after day, week after week? Start by doing what highly successful LinkedIn users do every day: schedule a 20-minute appointment with your LinkedIn account – and get these five things done…

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Posted July 10, 2014 by

College Students, Are You Interviewing for Jobs? 6 Ways to Stay in the Mind of the Interviewer

When interviewing for jobs, college students should do their best to stand out (in a good way) to the interviewer.  Learn six ways they can do so in the following post.

HR blogger and columnist Liz Ryan wrote an excellent piece on LinkedIn, The Five Deadliest Job Interview Mistakes. And it occurred to me: These five mistakes all boil down to a single question: Are you memorable? Per Liz’s column, this could be memorable in either a good, or a bad way…

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