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Posted July 29, 2015 by

How Business Majors Can Learn After College

Group of young business students working together on computers in office.

Group of young business students working together on computers in office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Just because you’ve graduated doesn’t mean that you’re done learning. Throughout your entire life there will be a countless times where you can learn. From learning from experience to learning the hard way, it never really stops. There’s a handful of ways to fine-tune your existing skills and find out new things about today’s ever-evolving business world. Here are four examples of how former business majors can keep engaged throughout their careers. (more…)

Posted March 13, 2014 by

Developing your Career Potential in Providing Credit Relief Services

Green road sign with debt relief just ahead; clouds and sunlight in background

Green road sign with debt relief just ahead; clouds and sunlight in background. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A career in credit relief implies several key responsibilities. The vacuum of credit needs the best understanding of different relevant scenarios. You need to maintain a good knowledge on how banks work and how agencies assign a credit score. Finding the right company is essential for professional success. You need to check the registration and licensing details of the service where you are applying. Not all companies operate a legal business although they may publish vacancy advertisements. Check in the different factors defining the credibility of the service. Always verify the service has a valid licensure to offer debt financing. You may need debt assistance personally. You also need a job. Combine both aspects and look for a stable job at a debt relief service. (more…)

Posted March 12, 2014 by

Interviewing for Recent College Graduate Jobs? 7 Online Resources to Help You Prepare

If you need some help preparing for interviews for recent college graduate jobs, there are seven online resources in the following post that you may be interested in.

You’ve applied for some jobs for which you’re well-qualified, and now you’re getting ready to wow them in the interviews. How you carry yourself in those interviews not only indicates what a smart and thorough employee you’d be. You’re also demonstrating something very important to recruiters: your interest in each specific company… i.e. you want that job…

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Posted February 05, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Not Getting the Results You Want? Time to Make Some Changes

Are you an internship finder that is struggling to find a position?  If so, consider making some changes to your search, as talked about in the following post.

Yesterday, I came across a series of tweets from an internship seeker that caused me to stop what I was doing. The despair was palpable… While I understand the anguish, and know this is far too common an occurrence, my appeal to those in this situation is this: Make a change. Make several changes! Do yourself a favor

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Posted January 14, 2014 by

Networking to Find a Job or Internship: 8 Steps to Get Started

Booths of exhibitors during job fairs in Malaysia

Booths of exhibitors during job fairs in Malaysia. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In my last post, I discussed the importance of establishing a personal brand in order to effectively roll-out your job search. The question now becomes what to do with your brand assets (i.e. resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile) once you’ve developed them. This is where we really get down to business, so you can find the best job or internship. And that’s a process that can take six weeks or six months. The key to getting through the peaks and valleys of your job search is to set aside your anxiety, shake off inevitable disappointments and have fun. If you do this right, you’ll have the opportunity to meet dozens of interesting, successful people and learn about some great companies. What you take away could benefit you for many years. (more…)

Posted June 06, 2013 by

7 Online Resources to Help With Interviews for Recent Graduate Jobs

Whether you are someone looking for recent graduate jobs or otherwise, you should do research when preparing for an interview.  The following post has seven online resources to help you learn more about a potential employer.

You’ve identified your target employers, applied for your dream jobs and now you’re getting ready to knock their socks off in the interviews. Your performance in those interviews not only shows what a smart and thorough employee you would be; it also demonstrates your interest in each specific company. Use these online resources to prepare for your interviews and


7 Online Resources That Will Help You Prepare for Your Next Job Interview