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Posted July 16, 2015 by

The Millennial Makeover Part 4: What Attracts Them to Your Company

Millennial Employees words on a worker or staff member on an organizational chart to illustrate finding and hiring young people

Millennial Employees words on a worker or staff member on an organizational chart to illustrate finding and hiring young people. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When it comes to today’s workforce, there is no doubt that millennials are creating an atmosphere of change in the workplace.  So, who are millennials?  This group was born between 1980 and the year 2000, and reflect a generation with their own career goals, attitudes, and oh yes, their understanding of how to use technology.  For employers to take their companies to the next level, they will need to find ways to recruit and retain millennials, also known as Generation Y. (more…)

Posted July 09, 2015 by

The Millennial Makeover Part 3: What Employers Should Know About These Modern Workers

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Millennials word cloud. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When it comes to today’s workforce, there is no doubt that millennials are creating an atmosphere of change in the workplace.  So, who are millennials?  This group was born between 1980 and the year 2000, and reflect a generation with their own career goals, attitudes, and oh yes, their understanding of how to use technology.  For employers to take their companies to the next level, they will need to find ways to recruit and retain millennials, also known as Generation Y. (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 July 09, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Involved in Negotiation When it Comes to Jobs? Avoid These 7 Mistakes

Before accepting new jobs, recent college graduates may have the opportunity to negotiate for something.  When negotiating, they (and other job seekers) should avoid these seven mistakes discussed in the following post.

While even the word “negotiation” can evoke fear, stress and anxiety for many, the intent is quite simple: to discuss and ultimately agree on a deal.  Whether it’s a multimillion dollar contract or just deciding where to meet for lunch, life is rife with negotiations.  And, the negotiation process is

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Posted May 15, 2014 by

What Does Today’s Resume Look Like When Applying for Jobs for Recent College Graduates?

When writing today’s resumes for jobs for recent college graduates, applicants should know what recruiters and employers are looking for in candidates.  The following post includes an infographic that highlights these things.

How do you differentiate your resume from all the others? What will make the recruiter sit back and their chair a little bit and say, “Hey, wait a minute… we may have a live one here!”? To understand how to take your resume from the trash to top of mind, we present this infographic from our friends

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Posted May 05, 2014 by

Don’t Think Your Bachelor’s Degree Can Land You an Entry Level Job? Think Again.

While you might hear people suggest that finding an entry level job is tough if you have a bachelor’s degree, it is possible to find one and start your career off on the right note.  Learn more in the following post.

If you are thinking that your bachelor’s degree is of no use; the employers have rejected you several times, then you are wrong. If this is true, then why.

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Posted October 10, 2013 by

What a College Recruiter May Not Tell You When Applying to an MBA Program

A college recruiter might tell you why to choose his or her school for an MBA program, but how about what to know when applying to one in general.  The following post offers advice to improve your chances of getting into an MBA program.

Thinking of getting your MBA? Learn how to master the b-school application process at this free webinar on October 17. Sign up here! If you’re applying for an MBA program, chances are you’re looking for a new career trajectory, have good to great grades, attended a rigorous undergraduate program and have spent the years since graduation

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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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