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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Grads, Want to be “A” Candidates for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Qualities You Need

College graduates who desire to be “A” candidates for entry level jobs should possess these qualities, according to the following post.

For many companies, hiring the best and the brightest is not an option — it’s an absolute necessity. They are all working from the same playbook: “Only hire ‘A’ players.” Of course! Who doesn’t want people who have the talent, skills and drive to make a company successful? So… how can you

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Posted July 16, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? Here is How to Talk About Yourself

For some people, it can be difficult to talk about themselves.  So when interviewing for an entry level job, how should a job candidate answer a question focusing on himself or herself?  Learn how to develop the right response in the following post.

But the dastardly “tell me about yourself” question may also come at you first thing in the interview, like a fast ball without warm up, in the form of “So tell me why do you think you’re right for the job?” or more bluntly “Why should we offer you this job?” Boom.

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Posted July 09, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs, College Graduates? Be Sure to Develop Chemistry

When interviewing for jobs, college graduates must make sure they develop chemistry with the interviewer.  Learn how they can do so in the following post.

In a world where the building of relationships are vital to our professional success, what does it take to get to win a job interview? Chemistry. That’s not to say that you don’t need some basic skills and/or experience for most jobs – but usually by the time you get to the interview, you’ve been screened for that at

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Posted May 13, 2014 by

Young Professionals, What’s One Moment to Make a Change in Your Career? Starting Recent Graduate Jobs

There are certain times in your career that may call for a change.  For young professionals, one of those moments is when they begin new positions, such as recent graduate jobs.  Learn more in the following post.

Is it safe to say that the colorful wigs and wild costumes are a thing of the past for Nicki Minaj? Maybe. The head Barb in charge was the talk of the Web when she stepped on the scene to promote her new movie The Other Woman in a toned-down look that

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Posted September 26, 2013 by

Have You Been Rejected When Applying for Recent Graduate Jobs? How to Approach Getting Feedback

Rejection is part of life, including your job search.  So if you experience it when applying for recent graduate jobs, don’t give up.  Instead get some feedback, as discussed in the following post.

Job rejections have got to be one of the tougher forms of rejection. The more interviews you go on, the tougher it is to hear the news that a company “isn’t moving forward” or “went with another candidate.” If this is you, you’re probably wondering “why?” yet have no answers in sight. The

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Posted December 10, 2012 by

Where Success is Really Hidden

CollegeRecruiter.comOnce you have established your personal brand, success is likely to follow.  Have you thought about where this success can be found, beyond your personal brand?  The following post explains.

Not all successful people are happy. Some successful people are stressed out, miserable, angry, frustrated, depressed and lonely. They are barely able to get up in the morning. They trudge through the day. They might as well be breaking rocks on a chain gang in a 110-degree heat, with no water breaks. Their health is bad, their weight is out of control, their back hurts, their eyes hurt, their teeth hurt – basically their life hurts.

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Where Success is Really Hidden