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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Five Must-Have Skills For Graduates Looking For A Corporate Job

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Businessman with group of businesspeople in the background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Finishing graduation. Starry-eyed and ambitious. With dreams of making it big in life. Does this sound like you? Are you hoping to pave your way and establish yourself in this extremely competitive corporate world? It is great to have dreams, the attitude and the qualifications. In fact, you may have a paper perfect resumé, but it need not necessarily ensure that you get the dream job. (more…)

Posted August 14, 2014 by

Starting an Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Find Success Early in Your Career

If you’re about to begin an entry level job, learn five tips to find early career success in the following post.

The primary advantage of having a mentor and listening to solid career advice: the head start it gives your career Through these mentors, and their been-there-done-that advice, you have the opportunity to skip the mistakes others have made – and to quickly learn the secrets of success – while

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Posted August 11, 2014 by

College Students, 9 Steps to Create Your Personal Brand to Help You Find Jobs

College students looking to find jobs can help their cause by creating a personal brand with these nine steps from an infographic in the following post.

As necessary as it is in today’s job market, personal branding can be a confusing, anxiety-inducing chore. And there isn’t a person on the planet who, at some point, hasn’t questioned whether the results justify all the effort. And then along comes this infographic from Italy-based branding specialists, Sestyle.

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Posted July 22, 2014 by

What challenges will you face while managing new employees?

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Director smiling at desk in front of window between two coworkers. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When it comes to handling new employees, there’s no magical formula or hand. But there are some important strategies to keep in mind while recruiting new employees in your company. No matter how you deal with your current employees, there are things that you should consider in order to develop an effective and specialized work atmosphere. Whenever you recruit new employees you have an opportunity to enhance your company turnover. Review the strategies provided below to increase the productivity of your new recruits. Otherwise, you may fail to motivate new employees and reduce their job satisfaction. (more…)

Posted July 22, 2014 by

Are You Negotiating for an Entry Level Job? 6 Tips that Can Help

Before accepting an entry level job offer, there may be something that you would like to negotiate.  If so, the following post has six tips that can help you during this experience.

When you’re negotiating with someone who has more sway than you, it’s an understatement to say it can be intimidating. It may seem like fighting an uphill battle, even defending opinions, services or products you passionately believe in. Fortunately, you can prepare yourself ahead of time and use strategies during

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Posted July 18, 2014 by

Searching for an Entry Level Job in Mental Health Nursing? What You Need to Know

If your goal is to find an entry level job in mental health nursing, the following post shares information you need to know.

Mental health nursing is a very rewarding job. If you are passionate about people, then you will want to embark on a career in psychiatric and mental health nursing. Money is secondary when you care about people and their health and well being. It’s not an easy path, the role is very complex and demanding. You will

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Posted July 15, 2014 by

College Graduates, Searching for or Starting New Jobs? 100 Tips in 3 Words

As college graduates searching for or about to start new jobs, the following post offers 100 tips in three words for your careers.

Sometimes, we tend to over-complicate things. Often, the best career and life advice, from the best mentors, comes in bite size, easy-to-digest pieces. Maybe just three words. And no more…

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Posted June 30, 2014 by

What Do Employers Really Want in New College Graduates? What job candidates aren’t even considering but should be if they want a job.

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Group of graduating students. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

What’s the one thing that many college graduates fail to consider when preparing for a job interview?

Overcoming stereotypes!

Everyone to a certain extent faces unspoken biases during an interview—or what I often refer to as a second conversation or subtext during an interview that is not voiced by the interviewer. For millennial job candidates, biases can include being entitled, requiring constant supervision and positive reinforcement, lacking solid communication skills, and overall possessing a less than stellar work ethic. (more…)

Posted June 23, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Want to Stand Out on Your Entry Level Jobs? Be a Brand Ambassador

If you’re one of the young professionals on entry level jobs who want to distinguish yourself from other workers, learn how to become a brand ambassador in the following post.

Young careerists are always looking for ways to stand out; to get ahead and be noticed. Increasingly, that includes using social media as a communication tool. Many have found that their love of all things social – and their ability to build relationships – is setting them apart from their less-social colleagues, who stick

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Posted June 06, 2014 by

15 Things Recruiters Might Look for During Your Next Interview

When preparing for your next job interview, keep in mind these 15 things that recruiters may be watching, according to the following post.

What exactly does a recruiter look for during a job interview? I’ve created this handy-dandy guide to what I actually look for when I sit down and interview candidates for a job. Yes, obviously each interviewer and industry is different. However, these tips apply to most interviews, and most people…

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