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Posted September 15, 2014 by

College Students, Looking for Jobs on Campus? How to Prepare for the Job Fair

When looking for jobs on campus, college students should take advantage of job fairs.  Learn how they can prepare for them in the following post.

‘Tis the season, here comes the fall job fair. Next week I am at both Howard University and MIT with a workshop that is designed for students to ‘own’ their job fair experience. How do they prepare in order to be performing in the top 10% of all students who attend job fairs this fall

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Posted September 05, 2014 by

College Graduates, Looking for More Interaction on LinkedIn Concerning Jobs? How to Get Better Results

When searching for jobs on LinkedIn, college graduates can gain more interaction by focusing on their value.  Learn how they can get better results on the site in the following post.

Maybe you’re falling short of your expectations on LinkedIn. Maybe the calls and email aren’t flooding in. And that is 100 percent normal. The fact is, most people who view your profile are not ready to call you, email you, or buy what you are selling after just one look at your profile. Which means the goal

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Posted July 31, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Are You Using LinkedIn to Search for Jobs? Why Your Profiles Should Look Like a Business Plan Instead of a Resume

For recent college graduates searching for jobs through LinkedIn, they should create profiles that are more like a business plan than a resume.  Learn why in the following post.

Does your LinkedIn profile feel more like a resume (focused on the past) or a business plan (focused on the future)? If you answered “resume” consider this question: If you had only a few minutes with a person with whom you may want to build a future business relationship, would you spend more time on your

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Posted July 15, 2014 by

College Students, Hoping LinkedIn Will Help You Find Jobs? 5 Things to Do Daily on the Network

College students could enhance their chances of finding jobs on LinkedIn by doing these five things on the site daily, which are found in the following post.

Do you want to see your efforts on LinkedIn pay off day after day, week after week? Start by doing what highly successful LinkedIn users do every day: schedule a 20-minute appointment with your LinkedIn account – and get these five things done…

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Posted May 06, 2014 by

Are You Networking for Entry Level Jobs or to Maintain Relationships? Practice These 12 Tips

Whether you are networking for entry level jobs or just to maintain relationships, the following post shares 12 tips you should practice for a successful experience.

Recently, the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) contacted top business leaders to ask the question, “Who you know matters a lot in the startup world. What’s your best tip for networking like a pro?” Whether you’re a startup owner, a freelancer or another variety of entrepreneur, making — and maintaining — connections with

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Posted December 27, 2013 by

21 Tips to Land Recent College Graduate Jobs in the New Year

For recent or soon to be graduates looking to land recent college graduate jobs in the new year, the following post has 21 job search tips to get them started.

Whether you’re a recent grad entering your first real job search, or a young professional looking to upgrade, finding your way to “you’re hired” can be tough. We often find ourselves navigating through the process alone; figuring out what works and what doesn’t by trial and error. I’d like to take away some of

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Posted December 10, 2012 by

One of the Biggest Mistakes Companies Make

CollegeRecruiter.comIn the following post, hear one opinion as to why it is important not to make one particular mistake in improving your business.

Working for a large corporation I am accustomed to the same regular routine. If the previous year (or quarter or month) was a good one, then there is a brief period of celebration and recognition and then it’s on this year and how we need to “keep up the momentum” or make “this year the best year ever.” On the other hand, if last year was a bust then management finds a way to highlight a few bright spots but then focuses everyone on the new year/quarter/month, to forget about past failures.

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One of the Biggest Mistakes Companies Make