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Posted April 02, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Landed Entry Level Jobs but Want to Get Your MBA? Reasons for Your Employer to be Supportive

For young professionals with entry level jobs thinking about going back to school to pursue an MBA, the following post has some reasons for your employer to be supportive of your decision.

Are you a current or prospective MBA student? Our MBA Corner is just for you. Heading back to school to earn your MBA? Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to quit your job. In fact, you’ll find many advantages to remaining employed, whether part time or full time, while also pursuing an education. Continuing

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Don’t Know What to Ask Following Your Interview for an Entry Level Job? 4 Types of Questions that are Necessary

After interviewing for an entry level job, you may be offered the chance to ask some questions.  The following post has four types of questions that are necessary for you to ask as a job seeker.

Every part of the hiring process counts, but a face-to-face interview is the best opportunity to dazzle the boss and land a coveted offer. To maximize those precious moments, here are the four types of interview questions every Millennial should ask an employer. Each one demonstrates critical thinking and declares: I’m in

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Entry Level Jobs in Digital Industry Could Improve Unemployment for Young People in the UK

The digital industry could be a key to improving youth unemployment in the UK by providing entry level jobs.  Learn more in the following post.

Digital entry-level jobs could provide employment to young Brits struggling to find work, according to specialist jobs board Bubble Jobs. The jobs board advert…

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Posted December 03, 2013 by

On an Entry Level Job and Must Share Bad News with Your Boss? How to Do It Professionally

If you’re on an entry level job and ever need to share bad news with your boss, the following post offers tips to do so in a professional manner.

Breaking bad news to your boss is like being the sober sister on girl’s night; someone has to be the sacrificial lamb. While you may feel trepidatious about informing your supervisor that something has gone terribly, terribly wrong, the situation may be a blessing in disguise. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Employers are

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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 August 27, 2013 by

Looking for Recent College Graduate Jobs? You May Want to Use Social Media

For young people in search of recent college graduate jobs, they may benefit from using social media.  The following post includes an infographic showing the impact this form of networking has had in our society, including the job search.

Social Media has changed how business is done and the future of work and business depends largely on how we leverage it in near future. The game is changing and those who adopt and learn fast from the new trends are the ones who will benefit most from these winds of change. Quoting

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Posted May 06, 2013 by

7 Tips to Make the Most of Your First Entry Level PR Job

College graduates who have landed jobs for communication majors in public relations may need some advice on finding success in their new positions.  If you are one of them, the following post has helpful tips.

Whether you’re fresh out of college or you’ve had a couple internships, your first entry level PR job will throw you more than a few curve balls. Expect to learn more practical knowledge in the first four to six months than you crammed into your brain throughout your entire college career. Follow these 7 tips to survive as a PR underling and you might end up throwing a few pitches yourself.


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Posted April 15, 2013 by

You, Your Friend and That Internship

It is okay to feel disappointed if you didn’t land the internship that you wanted.  However, in what way do you respond when a friend gets the opportunity instead?  Find out in the following post.

So what happens when you and your friend apply to your dream internship? Answer: Never speak to them again, and stop being friends immediately. Kidding. Obviously. Let’s talk about what to do when your friend is offered that position, and you have been rejected. #1 Breathe read more


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Posted December 20, 2012 by

Which Student Loan Repayment Plan Should You Choose?

CollegeRecruiter.comWhat is the best plan for you to pay back your student loans?  Check out the following post to learn more about various payment options.

Student loan repayment season is nearing, and recent college graduates may be trying to understand the different types of repayment plans, and which ones may be best for them.  Let’s explore what repayment plans exist for federal student loans, and how they differ.

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Posted December 20, 2012 by

Driving Productivity in Postsecondary Education Through Innovation

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post summarizes a meeting of multiple groups discussing the need to include innovation in higher education.

The Department of Education (ED) seeks to encourage innovation in higher education teaching and learning to drive productivity, quality, and equity. To contribute to the national conversation in this arena, ED, in collaboration with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, convened 175 people at Georgetown University

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