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Posted August 25, 2014 by

7 Questions College Graduates May Have about Jobs

The following post has seven questions that college graduates may have about jobs.

No matter who you are or what you do, you’ve likely had a “what if…” moment about your career. Especially if you’re a Millennial, this can be a tense time in your career where things can feel a little shaky. You may be worried about finding a job you like, or

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Posted August 04, 2014 by

Want an Entry Level Job in a Campaign Outside of Field Work? How to Approach Getting One

If an entry level job seeker is looking to work for a campaign but not in the field, the following post shares some advice on how to pursue one.

Do you have an advice for an upcoming college grad who’s interested in working on campaigns but simply LOATHES the prospect of doing field work? It seems to be the only entry level job I hear campaign operatives talk…

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Posted July 31, 2014 by

College Students, Want to Gain an Edge in Search for Jobs? 3 Reasons to Create a Personal Website

If college students are looking to distinguish themselves in their search for jobs, then creating a personal website might be the key.  Learn three reasons why in the following post.

Ask the self-employed and solopreneurs for advice on how to get your next gig and you’ll hear the same thing, over and over: “You need a website to land clients” Now ask yourself: If I am in a job search, doesn’t this same logic apply to me? Or is a killer resume and LinkedIn profile

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Posted June 24, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Want to Showcase Why You’re the Best Candidates for Jobs? Create a Professional Website

When it comes to getting jobs, recent college graduates can prove they are the best candidates by considering creating a professional website.  Learn why in the following post.

Head to any website targeted toward the self-employed and you’ll hear the same thing: You need a website to land clients. But what about those with more traditional jobs: Why consider creating a website? Maybe you’re happy with your traditional job, and you’ve got a killer resume. That’s all you

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Posted June 12, 2014 by

Where are the Male College Graduates Who Want Jobs as Social Workers?

Male college graduates who want jobs as social workers can hopefully find some encouragement to enter this career field in the following post.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 80.3 percent of social workers are female. Of social workers under the age of 34, fewer than 10 percent are male. Many experts believe that the disparity has become harmful to men. Potential male clients might be less likely to avail themselves of needed social programs. Also, skilled males might miss

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Want to be a Summer Internship Finder? 6 Ways to Get a Position Just in Time for the Season

If you desire to become a summer internship finder, the following post suggest six ways to land a position just in time for the season.

With summer internship season just about in full swing, you may feel like you’ve been left in the dust. While most of your friends are staring up their summer internships, it seems like you’re the only one who hasn’t secured something for the summer. Feeling lost and frustrated with your internship search, you begin to wonder if you should

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Need Help Managing Millennials on Entry Level Jobs? What Employers Can Do

Employers who feel challenged when it comes to managing Millennials on entry level jobs can get some advice in the following post.

New college graduates are full of confidence and multitasking techniques, but their first roles in the workforce often leaves them feeling unfulfilled. The culprit? It might not be entry-level pay or the smallest cubicle, but a factor you wouldn’t expect: lacking opportunities to continue learning in their first jobs. The 2014 College Graduate Employment Survey, released recently by

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Posted May 27, 2014 by

Employers, Are You Training Workers for Entry Level Jobs? Why You May Want to

When hiring for entry level jobs, employers might want to consider training workers for these positions.  Learn why in the following post.

If there is a future area of strength you know the business will need in general, plant the seeds in entry-level training, whether a trainee’s first job requires it or not. By improving the processes for cultivating your newest and…

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Posted April 16, 2014 by

Employers, Are You Looking for the Best Talent for Recent Graduate Jobs? Create the Best Job Advertisements

Employers have a better chance to find the best talent for recent graduate jobs if they create the best job advertisements.  Learn how they can do so in the following post.

Guess what? Your job ad is terrible. Don’t feel bad; most job ads are. Of course, it would probably be nice if the ad attracted perfect candidates. If it conveyed your culture and spoke directly to the perfect person and compelled them to apply. And it can happen. You just need to figure out

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Posted April 11, 2014 by

Thinking of Accepting an Entry Level Job Offer? 5 Tips to Help You Make Your Decision

Now that you have landed an entry level job offer, it is important to think about if it’s the right one for you.  There are five tips that can help you make this decision in the following post.

You’ve achieved the Holy Grail of job search – the job offer. Congratulations! You’ve worked hard, and it might be tempting to give an immediate “YES!” to that employer. However, no matter how desperate your situation might be – or how long your job search has been – always take the time to review a job

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