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Posted March 27, 2014 by

College Grads, About to Start Your First Entry Level Jobs? 5 Tips to Find Success

For college graduates starting their first entry level jobs, the following post has five tips to help them find success in these positions.

It’s time to make the transition between the never-ending fun you had in college and the harsh reality of the real world. You’ll be working a 9-to-5 job and won’t have the free time you used to. Intimidated? Most of us are, but it isn’t as bad as you think. Follow these tips and learn the

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Posted January 23, 2014 by

Do You Have Employees Who Are Telecommuting for Their Entry Level Jobs? 4 Ways to Manage Them Effectively

Employers, do you need some advice on managing workers with entry level jobs who telecommute?  Learn four ways to do so in the following post.

Telecommuting can present challenges if you’re not familiar with managing remote teams. You may have to adjust the way you communicate with your employees, and your overall management style, to accommodate teams separated by distance. Telecommuting opens up the door to working with talent from all over the world. You may find yourself working

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Posted December 23, 2013 by

Can Learning About SEO Improve Your Entry Level Job Search?

To improve their entry level job searches, job seekers may want to learn about search engine optimization, or SEO, to allow recruiters and employers to find them more quickly.  The following post shares three tools for understanding SEO.

You know SEO is important. It’s present in every industry. It has personal branding benefits. And strategic social media knowledge is attractive to employers. Once you understand SEO basics, it’s a good idea to dabble with a few SEO tools to help make this learning experience easier. But the sheer number of

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Posted November 25, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Don’t Feel Like Your Entry Level Jobs Are Worth the Time? 3 Steps to Help You Make It

Young professionals who are not happy with their entry level jobs could easily quit them, or find out why they’re unhappy with them.  The following post shares three steps to help these workers make it on their current jobs.

You open your eyes, remember it’s a weekday and feel a crushing weight come down on your chest as you think, “I really don’t want to go to work again. What am I going to do?!” We’ve all been there, dreading the moment when we have to get

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Posted November 19, 2013 by

Working, but Need a Change? How to Start Networking for a New Entry Level Job

Do you need a change from your entry level job?  If so, you can use networking as part of your job search strategy.  Learn how in the following post.

Are you getting the itch? You know, the one where you show up at work every day, but you’re just not feeling it anymore. On the other hand, you don’t want your employer to find out you’re not happy. You like this job enough, especially the paycheck that comes with it. That car payment needs to be

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Posted October 03, 2013 by

Have an Unorganized Desk at Your Entry Level Job? Why It Might be Helpful

While your boss may encourage you to keep a clean desk on your entry level job, it might benefit how you work.  Learn more in the following post.

Your mother, your teachers and plenty of career writers (including ours!) have extolled the virtues of keeping an organized office space. When it comes to productivity, focus, lack of distraction and less stress, having a neat and orderly desk just seems to make sense, right? Maybe not. In a recent post on The New York Times

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Posted September 20, 2013 by

How Should Mothers and Single Women with Entry Level Jobs and Other Positions Be Treated in the Workplace?

I am sure women in the workplace feel they have enough competition with men, but is there now an issue involving just women?  According to one article, there may be an issue with the treatment of mothers versus single ladies.  So for the women out there with entry level jobs and other positions, the following post has more information you may be interested in.

Recentreports in Australia and the UK have shed light on an issue that many global working women face: Do women with children get preferential treatment in the workplace? Some women say yes, citing discriminatory practices in cases of requested leave and sympathy from employers—a disparity when it comes to gaining approval for vacation or early leave

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Posted September 19, 2013 by

Schedule Your Entry Level Job Like a Day in High School

Would you like turn your work day on an entry level job into a day in high school?  If so, the following post has tips for creating a schedule like the days when you were getting an education.

For many of us, high school feels like a distant memory. Walking down the hallways going from class to class, hanging out with your friends and dying for your lunch period to arrive. There was a set schedule, a dress code, the curriculum was decided upon by your teachers and vacations were built in before the year started. It

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Posted September 09, 2013 by

Always Sitting on Your Entry Level Job? What You Can Do About It

While it is nice to sit down and relax sometimes, it is not always most suitable in the workplace.  So, if you’re sitting around a lot on your entry level job, the following post has advice to get you up a little more.

Unless you’re a diving instructor or an elephant tamer, you probably have a pretty similar work day to mine. You walk into your office, walk a few feet and then sit down in a chair. And you probably stay in that chair for most of the day. Maybe you get up

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Posted August 29, 2013 by

Not Enjoying Your Entry Level Job? 6 Ways to Add Some Fun to It

Sometimes, you might find that your work becomes so routine that you lose interest.  So, why not improve your day-to-day tasks on your entry level job?  The following post has six ways to make your position more fun.

If it’s 9:45 a.m. and you’re wondering how you’ll make it through the rest of the day without stapling your hand to your desk, this post is for you. It might be because you’re not feeling challenged, or because you’re not climbing the ladder fast enough, or simply because you’d rather be enjoying the

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