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Posted May 15, 2014 by

Don’t Like Your Entry Level Job and Want to Run Your Own Business? What You Can Learn from Your Current Job for the Future

Even though your entry level job may not be the career you’re really interested in, it can teach you some skills if you want to run your own business in the future.  In the following post, find out what skills in your job can benefit you down the road as an entrepreneur.

For many side hustlers and wannabe entrepreneurs, “the day job” can seem like the enemy. Sure, it’s a paycheck, and that can be a helpful safety net while you’re trying to grow your own business. But it’s often little more than that. You slog through it, biding your time until

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Posted January 23, 2014 by

Applying for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Do So on Mondays

While some workers may not look forward to Mondays, job seekers applying for recent college graduate jobs could benefit from this particular day of the week.  Learn more in the following post.

You hate Mondays, right? They’re the end of the fun and relaxing weekend, and the beginning of another week of work stress. If you’re a job seeker, now there’s at least one reason to look forward to the beginning of the week: job applications. Job seekers can now look forward to Mondays because 30 percent of

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Posted August 20, 2013 by

About to Begin Your Entry Level Job? How to Handle Adversity When it Comes

As a recent graduate, you may be excited about starting your new entry level job.  However, don’t be surprised if a little adversity comes your way on the job.  The following post offers advice on handling tough times in your career.

The most efficient, progressive companies are full of innovative, driven employees. Many times, you’ll find yourself part of that solution. But at certain points in your job, you feel drained. You stop enjoying Mondays. Your mood changes. You find yourself less optimistic. You can stare at the computer for hours with nearly zero productivity. You become your

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