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Posted March 20, 2014 by

College Grads, 6 Ways to Show Recruiters You’re the Right Candidates for Recent Graduate Jobs

College grads who want to show recruiters they are the right candidates for recent graduate jobs can learn six ways to do so in the following post.

Of course everyone is capable of thinking and remembering. But, what successful job seekers focus on is being easy to hire! They don’t make recruiters have to think.

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Posted January 28, 2014 by

Job Searching – Tips to Market Yourself and How to Avoid Common Pitfalls

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Person pointing at job search. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The job market is becoming increasingly competitive, so job seekers do not want to waste their time applying for positions that are not going to bring them results. The top things that one should be clear about before looking for a job are – what kind of job you’re looking for, and where to look for such openings. Applying for jobs without the right qualifications will only reduce your chances of being selected for the coveted job.

There is a great deal of advice available online for people that are looking for a job. It is, however, important for you to pay attention to job seeking techniques. Filter out the right jobs from the cluster of all job postings that you come across. The more you know before getting started, the better your chances will be to land the perfect job. (more…)

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

Having Trouble with Your Entry Level Job Search? 7 Reasons It’s More Difficult

Making too many mistakes will hurt your entry level job search.  In the following post, learn seven reasons why employment can be more difficult to obtain.

Finding a new job today requires much more creativity and initiative than in the past. Unfortunately, many job seekers are trying to apply what worked in the past in a new set of circumstances. Much (certainly not all) of their delay in landing that next position is self-inflicted; they are making the job search even

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Posted December 13, 2013 by

The Economist Career Horizon

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Kunal Chhibber

If you are planning to become an economist it is quite important that you should know about all the aspects you need to possess to be a competent professional. In this post we will be discussing about all the requirements an aspirant should be adhering and the possible opportunities where one can make a great career as an economist. (more…)

Posted December 12, 2013 by

Dealing with Bad Bosses on Those Recent College Graduate Jobs? 5 Ways Not to Approach Them

Young professionals who are dealing with bad bosses on their recent college graduate jobs may be tempted to confront them at some point.  However, they should be careful about doing so in the wrong manner.  The following post has five ways not to approach a bad boss.

If you’re depressed, angry or constantly chewing your fingernails to nubs because you have a bad boss, the good news is you’re not alone. Millions of workers join you in your despair and anguish. Yet no matter how miserable you are, you’re probably not going to quit, because let’s face

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Posted October 16, 2013 by

No Work Experience? Getting an Entry Level Job is Still Possible

While employers tend to like candidates with work experience, that doesn’t mean you can’t get an entry level job if don’t have any.  In the following post, learn some techniques to help you land a new position.

You’re now facing the problem that has dogged every young professional since jobs were invented: How do you get experience to land a job which requires a worker with experience? It is the Career Catch-22. Here are some techniques to help you get through that Catch-22… and well on your way to your first day at

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Posted August 23, 2013 by

Returning to the Workforce? What to Know if You’re Searching for an Entry Level Job

Whether you are returning to the workforce after having children or otherwise, you may discover some changes.  If you’re searching for an entry level job, the following post has some information you should know.

Our Career Consultant Jean Ottley describes the adjustments needed when planning to return to the workforce. Back to the future – paid work after children I’ve been talking to parents who are getting ready to go back into the…

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Posted August 15, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Do You Want to Be an Intrapreneur on Your Entry Level Job?

So, you may not quite be ready to start your own business, but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring your passion into an entry level job and help your company succeed. In the following post, learn why becoming an intrapreneur may be a good option for you.

For many young professionals, corporate life is not what they thought it would be. Do you often feel you have more to offer than the job you were hired for? And you think you could do your manager’s job better, don’t you? It’s hardly a surprise that Millennials often


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Posted July 23, 2013 by

Don’t Tap Out on Those Recent Graduate Jobs Just Yet

For young professionals, it may be a challenge to stay on those recent graduate jobs for the long-term, but it can be beneficial if they do.  The following post explains why they shouldn’t quit their new positions just yet.

About 91 percent of Millennials expect to stay in a job for less than three years. It may appear as if Millennials plan on being job hoppers with no loyalty, but a lot of this is unplanned. Most Millennials are not fond of their first job and often go through several before finding one they


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