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Posted September 12, 2014 by

Recruiters, Want to Help Find New Talent and Ideas for Employers? What You Can Do

For recruiters who want to help employers find new talent and ideas, perhaps they can find the answer in the following post.

On this week’s Women of Washington radio show, Anne Altman, head of IBM Federal, joins hosts Gigi Schumm and Aileen Black to discuss how successful companies bring new talent into their organizations.

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

College Students, Considering Jobs as Entrepreneurs? What You Can Learn from Beyonce

For any college students wanting jobs as entrepreneurs, the following post has things you can learn from one of the biggest stars in music, Beyonce.

You may not immediately think of the queen “B” when you’re seeking a business role model, but maybe you should. We’ve watched this global icon rise from a girl band to become her own established brand. Through relationship networking, co-sponsorships, powerful storytelling and audience reach, Bey has positioned herself to be an

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Posted May 22, 2014 by

Want to Succeed in Your Search for an Entry Level Job This Summer? How to Make Progress

If you are looking to land an entry level job this summer, learn how you can make progress towards that goal in the following post.

With summer coming fast, it’s very tempting to blow off the job or internship search and spend your day lounging in the sun. Unfortunately, unless you’re planning on landing a swimsuit model job or applying for a lifeguard position, this isn’t an approach with a high rate of success. To help you create a sense of urgency and

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Posted May 08, 2014 by

Does Your Resume for an Entry Level Job Include These 10 Common Mistakes?

Young entry level job seekers can hurt their chances to find employment if they make any of these 10 common mistakes in the following post.

In the past year or so, I have seen 200 to 300 resumes written by college students. Based on that experience and my interactions with recruiters and other career advisers, one thing is clear: just about everyone makes the same mistakes. This is not a scientific survey by any means. However, ranked by frequency I submit to you the top

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Interested in an Entry Level Job with a Nonprofit? 4 Things You Might Not Know

If you’re tired of your current entry level job and want to work for a nonprofit organization, learn four things you might know about the transition in the following post.

It’s that time of year again. Time to make (and then quickly break) career resolutions. If you’re like many unhappy employees, you may have set a goal to find more meaningful work in 2014. The nonprofit sector might be just the place for you to begin your search. But if you want to make your resolution to transition from

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Recent Graduate Jobs You Can Pursue with a Criminal Justice Degree

Have you graduated with a criminal justice degree and wonder what recent graduate jobs are available?  The following post has some career opportunities to consider.

This is a guest post contributed by Pamela Rosssow Criminal justice is a broad field with many careers to choose from. Careers that fall under the criminal justice umbrella are police officer, paralegals, corrections officer, court clerk, probation officer, private investigator, sheriff, or a criminologist. You can also join several federal agencies like the CIA,

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Posted November 18, 2013 by

Looking for Nonprofit Work as Recent Graduate Jobs? 7 Jobs with Good Pay

If you are looking for nonprofit work as recent graduate jobs, the following post has seven jobs that offer good pay.

A large paycheck isn’t usually a reason to work for a nonprofit. Meaningful work, engaging community and diverse projects, yes. But the paycheck? No. “Generally, the jobs with the highest meaning offer low pay. People who want to make the world a better place are not driven by money. They’re driven by a desire

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Posted November 06, 2013 by

Want to Recruit Candidates for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Take Your Company Culture to Another Level

Employers looking to recruit candidates for recent college graduate jobs should consider adjusting their company culture.  Learn how in the following post.

For recruiters, finding the best talent is a never-ending quest. Luckily, with the economy showing signs of improvement, qualified people are now more willing to leave their jobs for new opportunities. This opening in the market creates fierce competition, which makes it difficult for companies to attract the talent they want. The

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Posted April 04, 2013 by

Veterans: How to Increase Your Chances of Landing a Civilian Job

The following post has tips for transitioning veterans in their searches for civilian jobs.

Recently discharged veterans often experience confusion and worry stemming from adjusting to family life and finding a job. Transitioning isn’t easy, and landing a career in the process can add to the stress. In the military, you can kick ass and take names, but putting that and your MOS on an application is not

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Posted December 17, 2012 by

How Do You Handle the ‘Low-Ball’ Salary Offer?

CollegeRecruiter.comHave you been offered a great job, but given a smaller salary than you expected?  The following post explains how to handle this situation.

Editor’s Note: This blog is a modified excerpt from professional “headhunter” and bestselling job-hunting book author Skip Freeman’s next book in the “Headhunter” Hiring Secrets series of job-hunting books, Career Stalled? Publication is scheduled for late fall.

You literally breezed through all the preliminary “screening” steps in your quest to land a GREAT new job at a GREAT company that’s a recognized leader in your industry. And three months after beginning your quest, you have just completed your third face-to-face interview with the hiring manager. At every step along the way you clearly branded yourself as the candidate of choice. You feel absolutely certain that a job offer is imminent!

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