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Posted April 14, 2014 by

5 LinkedIn Mistakes that Will Hurt Your Search for Recent Graduate Jobs

Are you searching for recent graduate jobs on LinkedIn?  If so, be sure to avoid five mistakes in the following post that will hurt your search.

If you have a LinkedIn account, you might think you’re all set on the platform used most by recruiters to find both active and passive candidates… But most of of you are not. Statistically speaking, you are making these five mistakes on your profile that make it far more difficult to be found by a potential employer

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Posted April 11, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Do You Have a Phone Interview Coming Up? Things You Need to Remember

If you are an internship finder with a phone interview coming up, the following post has some things for you to keep in mind for success.

Featured: Featured Internship season is in high gear and I know a lot of you are dealing with phone interviews; especially those of you who plan on going to another state or country for a summer internship. Here are some of my top tips to rock the phone interview: 1. Show the employee you can carry the

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Posted April 04, 2014 by

Searching Jobs for College Students? How to Establish a Network While in School

For those of you searching jobs for college students, learn how to establish your own network while in school in the following post.

Many recent graduates attempt to enter the business world with a very limited network. This invariably makes starting their early career far more difficult than it needs to be. To land a position right after graduation, networking in college has become mandatory…

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Posted April 03, 2014 by

Using Social Media to Search for Recent College Graduate Jobs? How to Prepare for Social Recruiting

If you’re on social media attempting to find recent college graduate jobs, the following post shares advice on how to prepare for social recruiting.

Recruiting candidates isn’t what it used to be… and we don’t meet generations ago. We’re talking over the course of the past few years. Employers now use “social recruiting” as a major component of their hiring strategy. What is it? Social recruiting is what companies and recruiters do when they

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Posted March 31, 2014 by

Applying to Jobs for Recent College Graduates? Tips to Make Your Applications Tell a Story

When applying to jobs for recent college graduates, consider your applications opportunities to tell a story to potential employers.  The following post has tips to help you achieve this goal.

What do Batman Begins, The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and your resume all have in common? A need for context. Any good movie provides a context, or a frame, for viewers to understand the main character and his actions. The context is not only what motivates the main character and allows him to

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Posted March 20, 2014 by

Searching for an Entry Level Job on LinkedIn? 10 Ways to Get Recruiters to Notice You

If you are searching for an entry level job on LinkedIn, the following post has 10 ways that will help you gain the attention of recruiters.

You’ve finally finished your LinkedIn profile, and you’re patiently waiting for recruiters to call. But after weeks without a bite, you wonder if there is anything you can do to improve the performance of your LinkedIn profile. And there is! A LinkedIn profile can easily be improved that you stand out from

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Posted March 19, 2014 by

From Start to Finish: Networking for Your Entry Level Job Search

Do you understand how to approach networking with someone during your entry level job search?  If not, the following post shares how to do so from start to finish.

For some time, career networking has been something I do on a subconscious level. No thinking, I just do it. It has become second nature. But let’s face it: this is a great question that many struggle with heading into a career networking event. So now I’m here to answer the question! In full detail, for the world

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Posted March 18, 2014 by

Are You Using Twitter to Search Jobs for College Students?

If you are looking for employment while receiving a higher education, and not searching jobs for college students on Twitter, you might want to reconsider.  In the following post, learn how the social networking site could benefit your job search.

I meet with college students every week regarding their job and internship searches. Part of the discussion involves networking via social media. Most students have profiles on LinkedIn, but when I bring up Twitter, I usually get blank stares. In over four years working in college career services, I have not personally met one student who

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Posted March 13, 2014 by

Do You Communicate Online During Your Entry Level Job Search? 4 Reasons Online Networking Events May Be in Your Future

Today, probably most (if not all) job seekers use the Internet to find employment.  If you’re not searching for an entry level job or other position online, the following post offers four reasons why online networking events may be in your future.

Learn how you can host your own online networking event. Request a demo here >> It’s no surprise that as technology advances, we’re spending more time online — and less time socializing offline. Even when we are offline, we often have our eyes on a smartphone. Guess what’s finally catching up with our online lifestyle? Networking.

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

Applying to Jobs for Recent College Graduates? Privacy Concerns You Might Have

When applying to jobs for recent college graduates, candidates may be concerned about their privacy.  The following post includes an infographic questioning how much privacy you have during a job search.

With access to information at the touch of a few buttons, social media has had a huge impact on the job search. We can look for jobs, network, research companies and hiring managers… and much more. There’s another side to the coin, however… one many job seekers don’t think about: the extent employers, recruiters and hiring managers will go

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