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Posted January 16, 2015 by

PR, Marketing, or Journalism: Which Is Right for You?

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Although there are many job possibilities for people with communications degrees, most graduates track toward public relations, marketing, or journalism. Each field serves a different purpose and offers a different day-in-the-life, and the pay can vary widely, both for entry-level and advanced jobs.

You don’t have to choose your final career path now. In fact, your school experience and internships will probably guide you in the right direction. However, before you get started with a communications degree program, you should start thinking about which field seems like the best fit for you. (more…)

Posted November 25, 2014 by

Are You Changing Jobs Constantly? How to Improve Your Chances of Finding a New Position

If you are someone who has changed jobs multiple times, then you have probably heard that doing so makes potential employers skeptical about hiring you for employment.  While that is a fair point from an employer’s prospective, it does not mean that a job seeker can’t get another position.  In fairness, you may have had personal and/or professional reasons for leaving one job and searching for another one.  Now, though, because you have been a job hopper, you must prove to a potential employer that you are the best candidate for a job opening.  Here are some things to keep in mind for your job search. (more…)

Posted September 16, 2014 by

Grads, Looking for Entry Level Jobs at Startup Companies? 8 Tips to Land Them

For graduates searching for entry level jobs at startups, the following post shares eight tips for getting them.

“Startup jobs” has 9,900 monthly searches, low competition, but it’s not easy to work it into a title. Want a job at a startup? You’re a brave soul. Think about it. Established companies have momentum: a well-known brand, existing customers, third- or fourth-generation products and resources. All of those benefit you. Applying for a job at

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Posted September 10, 2014 by

Applying to Jobs, College Students? How to Write the Right Resume

When applying for jobs, college students should not take their resumes for granted.  An infographic in the following post shows students how to write the right resumes to help them land new jobs.

Some consider the resume obsolete; an outdated tradition that has no place in the Social Age. And maybe that will be true some day. But today, 9 out of 10 employers will not hire a candidate without first seeing their resume…

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Posted September 05, 2014 by

Be Smarter When Searching for Entry Level Jobs with These 3 Tips

College students and graduates seeking entry level jobs should make the most of their job search time.  Learn three tips to be smarter when job searching in the following post.

You likely began your job search methodically and with purpose. Over time, though – as you chase down multiple leads, write multiple resumes, and as you make multiple phone calls – both your desk and brain become filled with leads and questions. Soon, you feel like you can’t neglect even the smallest task…

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Posted September 02, 2014 by

College Graduates, Interested in Writing Jobs? 10 Reasons You May Want to be a Freelance Academic Writer

College graduates who have an interest in writing jobs should consider 10 reasons to become a freelance academic writer found in the following post.

The job market now offers a vast diversity of online and offline job opportunities. It’s often easy to get lost in the abundance of attractive offerings available. However, when you know your true passions and aspirations, it’s getting much easier to pick up the job you are cut out for. If you have an

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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 21, 2014 by

How to write in social networks to find work

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Young lady sitting at desk and typing on laptop with social network icons coming out. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Social networks are the future but also the present. On the Internet there are many jobs and it is also an important weapon to make yourself known to companies. Each network has some unique features and capabilities you need to know, it is therefore paramount to discover how to write for each of the major social networks to achieve your main goal: finding a job. (more…)

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 Students, Have Internships as Jobs? 6 Tips to Manage Your Experience Using LinkedIn

For college students with jobs as interns, there is an opportunity to make the most of their experiences.  In the following post, learn six tips to manage an internship using LinkedIn.

The typical college student isn’t really into LinkedIn… at least not yet. Without much professional experience, many wonder who to connect with and how to make your career-to-date look attractive. Once you score an internship, though, things are looking up for you on LinkedIn! Here are six ways you can leverage your

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