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Posted September 08, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Need to Update Your Resumes When Applying for Jobs? 10 Things to Keep on Hand

When applying for jobs, recent college graduates will likely need to update their resumes.  Here are 10 things they should keep on hand in the following post.

Just like anything else, resumes have a lifecycle: You obsess over your resume; you get a job; you forget your resume. Then, all of a sudden, you need it updated right now for either a job opportunity that just comes along or your next job search…

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Posted August 19, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Search for Jobs with These 11Covert Tactics

When searching for jobs, recent college graduates can apply these 11 inconspicuous tactics for success found in the following post.

Asking questions in an interview is a good way to learn more about a company. The purpose of this activity is to find out if you want to work there, too. But to be really prepared, you need to go a lot deeper than this. You need to employ stealthy job search tactics…

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Posted July 30, 2014 by

College Graduates, Do You Have this One Quality to Win Jobs Over Your Competition?

To have a better chance of getting jobs, college graduates need this one particular quality, according to the following post.

You’ve climbed to the top of the heap. Out of the 100+ applications received, you are one of the two or three candidates being considered for a great job. And now that you’ve gotten this far, you need to know: What exactly is that “magic ingredient” that tips the scales in


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Posted July 29, 2014 by

About to Accept an Entry Level Job Offer? 5 Things to Do First

While you might be excited about receiving an entry level job offer, make sure to do these five things first in the following post before accepting the position.

After a challenging job search, you finally received the call you’ve been waiting for! Your interviewers liked the potential they saw in you, and a few days after your final meeting, they picked up the phone to tell you the good news: You’re the one they want. They’d like to

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Posted July 09, 2014 by

Are You a Recent Graduate Searching for Jobs? Networking Opportunities Could Be Right Under Your Nose

As a recent graduate searching for jobs, you never know when opportunities to network will present themselves.  The key is not missing out on them.  Learn more in the following post.

While recently flying back home from a business trip, I noticed a young man seated in the row in front of me as he had a brief conversation with a seat mate. After some quick introductions, it came out that he was looking for a job and he was working on his resume. (Yes, I

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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Are You Taking Advantage of Resources for Your Entry Level Job Search?

If you haven’t found success in your entry level job search, think about whether or not you are taking advantage of all the resources around you.  Learn more in the following post.

Job search resources are more plentiful than you know. Actually the whole world is at your fingertips if you can train yourself to think like a library operates. That’s right… a library…

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Are You an Entry Level Job Seeker? Keep 10 Tips in Mind for Your Job Search

If you are an entry level job seeker, the following post has 10 tips to keep in mind for your job search.

Entry level job seekers have a few things going for them: a fresh outlook on life; a clean professional slate; and the opportunity to immediately put their education to use. They are only lacking in one area: experience. Without…

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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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Posted November 21, 2012 by

How to Encourage Chinese students to Participate in Orientation?

CollegeRecruiter.comHere is some advice for college recruiters who want to encourage Chinese students to participate in orientation.

Orientation is an important part of setting up, integrating and preparing international students for their new living and academic environments. We have heard questions and frustration about students missing orientation at the beginning of the semester. We’d like to give a few suggestions on how to encourage greater participation.

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