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Posted August 29, 2013 by

Not Enjoying Your Entry Level Job? 6 Ways to Add Some Fun to It

Sometimes, you might find that your work becomes so routine that you lose interest.  So, why not improve your day-to-day tasks on your entry level job?  The following post has six ways to make your position more fun.

If it’s 9:45 a.m. and you’re wondering how you’ll make it through the rest of the day without stapling your hand to your desk, this post is for you. It might be because you’re not feeling challenged, or because you’re not climbing the ladder fast enough, or simply because you’d rather be enjoying the

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Posted August 23, 2013 by

Internship Finder, Are You Considering Working in TV? 4 Factors to Keep in Mind

If you are an internship finder who is interested in television, the following post has four factors to consider before accepting an offer.

Featured: Not Featured Do you dream of working on a TV show? Do you fantasize about being part of Hannah Horvath’s “New York” or Juliette Barnes’ “Nashville?” Are you the kind of person who already has your picks for the 2013 Emmys — and not just the actors, but also the

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Posted August 13, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Don’t Quit Your Recent College Graduate Jobs Without Considering These 10 Thoughts

As they make decisions throughout their careers, young professionals should think them through.  This includes deciding to leave their recent college graduate jobs and doing something new.  The following post has 10 thoughts that should be considered before making this change.

In May 2011, I quit my job and moved to Paris. I was 23 years old and passionate, but hated working for someone else and longed for adventure. So I jumped. And I’m not going to lie: you’ll learn more from jumping than you will from reading this article. However, there are some things that I wish I&rsquo

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Posted June 14, 2013 by

Want an Increase on Those Entry Level Jobs? 7 Steps to Getting Raises Consistently

Do you feel like you deserve more money on your job?  If so, the following post has seven steps to getting raises consistently on entry level jobs and other positions.

“Hey, Taylor,” says your boss as he interrupts your workflow. “Would you mind if I gave you $2,640 more this year than I did last year?” (That’s a six percent raise on a $44,000 salary.) Not a likely scenario, is it? As much as we would

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Posted May 16, 2013 by

What Entry Level Job Seekers Should Know Heading into the Workforce

The following post offers career advice for entry level job seekers as they enter the workforce.

When you’re just starting out—whether it’s as a college grad, a job seeker or the founder of your own business—it can be hard to know what steps to take. How do you make big (and little) decisions? What should you focus on? How do you handle the day-to-day stress? Thankfully, we’re not blazing

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Career Advice for Young Professionals from Successful Go-Getters

Posted May 07, 2013 by

Looking for a New Entry Level Job in a Different Career

While your entry level job may have seemed ideal at first, you may be ready for a different career path.  In the following post, learn what to consider during this transition.

Use your talent to serve the American public! The IRS has a variety of career opportunities and is seeking bright people like you. Learn more here: http://jobs.irs.gov. Many of us are working jobs we don’t like. What’s worse, many people fall into the trap of staying in these ill-fitting positions or industries for years,

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How to Change Careers Even If You Think It’s Too Late

Posted April 03, 2013 by

8 Sure Fire Ways to Fail

If you want to achieve success in life, avoid the eight obstacles in the following post.

America continues to be the world’s largest economy and boasts the lion share of global billionaires. In fact, there were reportedly 442 billionaires in America in 2012—the nationality majority of the record 1,426 people who have earned this laudable distinction around the world. When considering the staggering success only an elite few attain in business, it

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Posted December 19, 2012 by

How to improve the productivity of international recruiting trips

CollegeRecruiter.comFor colleges and universities participating in international recruiting trips to find students, the following post has information to help them make the most of these outings.

Travel to international markets and personal outreach to students and parents is an important element of student recruitment. No different than in your home recruitment activities, the personal touch can be a critical starting point of a relationship and a future enrollment.

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How to improve the productivity of international recruiting trips