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Posted August 18, 2014 by

College Graduates, 3 Ways to Separate Yourself from the Competition When Searching for Jobs

As college graduates begin searching for jobs, they need to stand out from other job seekers.  Learn three ways they can separate themselves from the competition in the following post.

One of a job candidates’ biggest worries? The competition. How are their credentials? How much experience do they have? What is their online presence like? How good are they during the job interview? Do they have an inside track to this job? While it’s completely normal to be concerned about your

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Posted December 02, 2013 by

Searching for Entry Level Jobs? 4 Decisions You Need to Think About

For anyone looking for entry level jobs, be sure to focus on what you want during your search.  In the following post, learn four decisions you need to think about.

When you’re beginning your entry-level job search, it may seem like a good idea to apply for every job you can and accept the first offer you receive. After a.

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Posted October 09, 2013 by

How Much Work Are You Putting into Your Entry Level Job Search?

If you’re a recent college graduate, understand that finding an entry level job is a commitment.  Remember, what you put in is what you will get out of this process.  The following post asks where you are in your job search.

During the early part of our lives, most of our needs are taken care of by parents, teachers, coaches and others who look after us. For many of us, this pattern becomes a habit for us as we get older. We come to accept that help is always available – a “helicopter parent” is just above us.

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