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Posted December 16, 2013 by

Starting with Entry Level Jobs, Learn How to Achieve Career Success from Jay Z

Young professionals with entry level jobs should take their positions seriously if they want to achieve career success.  Get some advice from Jay Z on how to obtain a successful career in the following post.

An ambitious kid from Brooklyn’s rugged Marcy Housing Projects, Sean “Jay Z” Carter has grown to become a most successful entrepreneurs. Today, Jay Z’s net worth totals about $500 million. So, what’s the secret behind his consistent success rooted from humble beginnings? We researched numerous interviews and biographies to pinpoint the

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Posted November 19, 2013 by

Students, Want to Attend College with the Hopes of Landing Entry Level Jobs? Decide if School is Right for You

Most, if not all, students go to college with the idea that they will get a quality education and land entry level jobs.  However, is college right for some people?  The following post includes factors that may help you decide.

A few years ago, our wallets bled as the U.S. economy spiraled into one of the greatest recessions in history. Now that the economy is slowly bouncing back, people are debating whether or not a college education is worth the financial strain or investment. It’s a common question &mdash

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Posted November 13, 2013 by

Want an Entry Level Job? 5 Resume Tips to Earn an Interview

As an entry level job seeker, you need to write a resume that focuses on the needs of a potential employer.  So, if you want to earn an interview, use these five resume tips in the following post.

Entry-level resumes tend to be plagued by bland formats and poorly-written objective statements. These serve only to provide employers with a vague, one-line statement about the type of position the job seeker wants. A resume shouldn’t be all about what you want—especially when it’s communicating in generalities.

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Posted September 10, 2013 by

You Have Graduated! 5 Stages Toward Landing an Entry Level Job

Now that your graduation is over and the cap and gown have come off, now it’s time to find an entry level job.  Learn five stages to be aware of during this process in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured Stage 1: Excitement, Eagerness and Enthusiasm Three months ago, I walked out of Kenan Stadium at UNC Chapel Hill where I was one of 35,000 graduates and their families to hear Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, encourage us to go out into the world and seek opportunity. So, in typical Gen Y fashion, I

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Posted August 20, 2013 by

Grads, Do You Have What it Takes to Become a Leader on Your Recent Graduate Jobs?

Before they can become effective leaders on their recent graduate jobs, graduates should learn how to become effective followers.  Learn more in the following post.

Everybody talks about the attributes of a great leader, but great leaders wouldn’t exist without great followers. Ironically, you can’t be a leader until you’ve mastered the art of following. So do you know what makes a great follower? Understand this, and you’ll understand both how to be a better follower and how to draw them. To

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Posted August 14, 2013 by

Have You Thought about Getting an Entry Level Job in Logistics? 8 Reasons It Might Benefit Your Career

Some people might not think about the importance of logistics, but it is something that affects our lives daily.  The following post has eight reasons why you may want to pursue an entry level job in the field for the benefit of your career.

You want a career that matters, right? You want to make a difference in the world, to be part of something big. You want training and education. You’re a team player and tech-savvy. Guess what could be the perfect match? Logistics. It might not sound sexy, but logistics is critical to our everyday activities

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Posted August 08, 2013 by

5 Recent Graduate Jobs to Consider if You Have an English Degree

Have you just graduated from college with an English degree and wondering what recent graduate jobs are available?  The following post has five opportunities that might interest you.

Several college majors are constantly under fire for their lack of practicality or success in the labor market: Art, Philosophy, Women and Gender Studies—and English. Though today’s job market is still mending from the 2008 recession, it isn’t as black and white as it was. English majors are no longer forced into a confined box, limited to

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Posted December 26, 2012 by

How can your campus meet the needs of adult and online learners?

CollegeRecruiter.comWith online learning being a common form of education these days, colleges and universities should be concerned with the satisfaction of the online experience for their students.  The following post talks about how to better understand the needs of nontraditional students.

I attended the Sloan-C Conference in Orlando earlier in October—the event to attend on the topic of online learning. I participated in some excellent sessions to learn more about how campuses are serving nontraditional learners.

During a session presented by Dr. Kristen Betts from Armstrong Atlantic State University on “Engaging and Retaining Today’s Diverse Student Population,” she shared the following statistics about the 17.6 million undergrads now enrolled in higher education:

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Posted December 19, 2012 by

Assessing student satisfaction at proprietary schools

CollegeRecruiter.comColleges and universities may want to pay attention to how proprietary schools are doing in education.  The following post examines a report which could influence recruiting and retention strategies in the future.

Career and private schools provide educational opportunities to a growing number of students, often serving diverse populations, including students of color and nontraditional students. In recent years, this higher education sector has been under additional scrutiny by accreditation agencies and the U.S. government. But what do the students enrolled at these colleges think of their experience? What are the priorities on a national level for career school students, and where are the schools meeting or failing to meet these expectations?

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Assessing student satisfaction at proprietary schools