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Posted November 25, 2014 by

Are You Changing Jobs Constantly? How to Improve Your Chances of Finding a New Position

If you are someone who has changed jobs multiple times, then you have probably heard that doing so makes potential employers skeptical about hiring you for employment.  While that is a fair point from an employer’s prospective, it does not mean that a job seeker can’t get another position.  In fairness, you may have had personal and/or professional reasons for leaving one job and searching for another one.  Now, though, because you have been a job hopper, you must prove to a potential employer that you are the best candidate for a job opening.  Here are some things to keep in mind for your job search. (more…)

Posted September 04, 2014 by

6 Ways to Leverage Twitter to Find Entry Level Jobs Sooner Than You Might Think

If you are using Twitter to search for entry level jobs, learn six ways to use the site to your advantage and find employment as soon as possible in the following post.

Clearly, Twitter is a “love it” or “hate it” social platform. But regardless of what side of the fence you are on one thing remains certain: Twitter is a powerful tool that can help you build your own personal brand and establish expertise. Just as important: it’s a gold mine of

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Posted July 07, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Using Social Media to Search for Jobs? How to Get the Most Out of Social Networking

When it comes to finding jobs, today’s recent college graduates tend to use social media for their job searches.  Learn how they can get the most out of certain social networks in the following post.

Despite all the “find a job on social media” hype, networking isn’t a one-and-done task. Those who are serious about managing their careers understand how crucial it is to have a pool of people to interact and share ideas with. And, successful careerists and job seekers know how to best leverage each network in the best

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Posted December 06, 2013 by

How to Find an Entry Level Job on Twitter

Are you someone who uses Twitter to find employment?  If you haven’t had any success finding an entry level job on the site, the following post offers advice that could enhance your search.

Understandably, Twitter is now the second-most used social media site for finding work; only LinkedIn trumps tweeting for finding our next gig. But how many of us are leveraging Twitter in the best possible way to find work? We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Erin Osterhaus, HR Analyst at Software Advice,

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Posted October 21, 2013 by

Online Networking Strategies to Improve the Search for Recent Graduate Jobs

The search for recent graduate jobs may require college graduates to improve their ability to network.  If you’re communicating online, there are some networking strategies that could increase your chances of gaining employment found in the following post.

Does the idea of networking fill you with dread? Whether you’re on the hunt for a new job or you’re hustling for more freelance work, few people enjoy the anxiety or fear of rejection that comes with putting yourself out there. Building networking relationships can be difficult, especially if you’

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Posted June 04, 2013 by

You Can Still Get an Entry Level Job as a Developer

According to the following post, you can still get an entry level job as a developer, but there is one thing you will definitely need.

Entry-level developers can overcome the increasingly steep barriers to entry in the field, but only if they are willing to invest the necessary time to get some hands-on experience using the tools that most shops use.

By all measures that I have seen, the job market and demand for developers is doing well. And every prediction out there, both formal and “best guess” is that demand for developers is only getting stronger as the future depends more and more upon software.

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