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Posted December 27, 2013 by

21 Tips to Land Recent College Graduate Jobs in the New Year

For recent or soon to be graduates looking to land recent college graduate jobs in the new year, the following post has 21 job search tips to get them started.

Whether you’re a recent grad entering your first real job search, or a young professional looking to upgrade, finding your way to “you’re hired” can be tough. We often find ourselves navigating through the process alone; figuring out what works and what doesn’t by trial and error. I’d like to take away some of

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Doubts about Taking that Entry Level Job in Sales? How It Can Benefit Your Career

So, you’ve been offered an entry level job in sales, which sounds good.  However, are you concerned that you may not like what you will do on the job?  If yes, then the following post may convince you enough to take the position.

Most college students are absolutely petrified of those entry level sales jobs that require cold calling. Others feel they are “too smart” or that they just spent way too much money on their college degree to sit on the phone and…

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Posted December 09, 2013 by

Writing Resumes for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Tips to Get Better Results

If you’re writing resumes for entry level jobs without much success, then the following post includes five tips that could help you improve your results.

Everyone tells you how important it is to make a strong first impression with your resume … “you only have a few seconds” goes the standard advice. And it’s true. Many employers get hundreds of resumes for their positions which means it’s vital to make an impression from the very beginning of your resume. But how do

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Posted August 30, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Seekers, Do You Want to Stand Out to a Hiring Manager? 6 Ways You Can Distinguish Yourself as a Candidate

As an entry level job seeker, you have probably heard about standing out from the competition.  This is important because employers are looking for the best candidates available in the job market.  If you want to distinguish yourself from everyone else, the following post has six ways that can help.

One of the worst things that can happen after an interview is to be forgotten. Things happen. Sometimes a great candidate can be lost in the endless stack of resumes. Malcolm Gladwell coined the phrase “the stickiness factor” in his book The Tipping Point.  With these six tips, you can become sticky in the mind of

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Posted May 29, 2013 by

How to Perform Better on Your Entry Level Job to Avoid Losing Money

Whether you work in an entry level job or another position, losing money is probably not your goal.  So, how can you improve your performance on the job to avoid hurting your income?  Get some tips in the following post.

Pursuing your entrepreneurial career path is no easy task. It takes time, effort, and while we hate to admit it, a whole lotta money. Until you hit it big, you’ll probably be pinching pennies wherever possible. Cutting physical costs is a great start, but there’s another invisible culprit eyeing up your business’s bank account:

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Time is Money: Are Your Work Habits Costing You Cash?

Posted January 04, 2013 by

Attention Unemployed Or Underemployed Recent College Graduates

CollegeRecruiter.comWhile the job market may still be tough, recent college graduates shouldn’t completely blame themselves for not having jobs or the jobs they want.  Find out why, and learn some things they should keep in mind during their job searches.

The following is a guest post by Caroline Ross. We’ve all seen the reports: around 50% of recent college grads are unemployed or underemployed. Now, before we start pointing fingers and placing blame, let us remember that, even though the recession is supposedly over, our economy still isn’t as strong as it was before. Employers all across the board

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Posted December 03, 2012 by

7 Phrases to Leave Off Your Resume

CollegeRecruiter.comThere is nothing wrong with wanting to impress employers with your resume.  However, there are certain descriptions that may not work to your advantage when creating your resume; learn what they are in the following post.

So you’re writing your resume and figure the structure is fine, but what about the content? With more and more resumes being sent to fewer positions, employers see the same phrases come up over and over again. In order to write a resume that stands out, job seekers should avoid using the following seven phrases:

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7 Phrases to Leave Off Your Resume