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Posted June 03, 2015 by

Review Your Resume Carefully for These Mistakes

Has your resume led to any success in your job search?  If you have been trying to find a job for a while now, consider looking back over your resume.  It could be that you have made the simplest error such as a typo or left out your contact information, which would be terrible if a potential employer wants to get in touch with you.  No matter how big or small, one mistake is all it takes to cost you a chance to land a job.  Here are some mistakes to look for when reviewing your resume. (more…)

Posted February 03, 2015 by

The Top 4 Things to Ask on your College Tour

Group of people taking tour of university

Group of people taking tour of university. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It’s very important for students to ask the right questions when going on their college tours. Many students feel shy or embarrassed to ask too many questions, however, this is not the time to keep quiet. Choosing where to attend college is one of the most important decisions in a young person’s life and it’s crucial that they ask the questions that are most important to them. (more…)

Posted July 11, 2014 by

College Graduates, How Social Media Can Provide Proof in Your Search for Jobs

As college graduates search for jobs using social media, they should understand how these sites can provide proof to employers of them as ideal job candidates.  Learn more in the following post.

Are you as passionate as your resume says about your profession or craft? Are you as positive as you hope and as likeable you’d like? Without knowing you, your digital footprint – your public profiles and online activities as reviewed potential employers – often best demonstrates who you really are. Recruiters refer to this online process as

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

About to Graduate and Begin Searching for Entry Level Jobs? Career Advice from Commencement Speeches

Before college graduates begin their searches for entry level jobs, they should consider some career advice from commencement speeches in the following post.

It’s almost May, and the class of 2014 soon will be donning their caps and gowns. Commencement speeches are a final rite of passage for graduating seniors anxiously awaiting the next step in their lives. The wisdom imparted in the speeches isn’t applicable to students, but instead to graduates, as young professionals. And sometimes the advice is so good, we

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Posted November 12, 2013 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job? Leave These 5 Things Off Your Resume

If you are applying for an entry level job, make sure your resume highlights the right things instead of the wrong ones.  In the following post, learn five things that should not be included on your resume.

When you made your first resume in college, you probably wanted to list every group and activity you’d been associated with since high school. You were proud of your leadership role in the science club and even more thrilled to promote your fraternity membership. Instead of creating a resume tailored to the position you were applying for, your first

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Posted August 27, 2013 by

Looking for Recent College Graduate Jobs? You May Want to Use Social Media

For young people in search of recent college graduate jobs, they may benefit from using social media.  The following post includes an infographic showing the impact this form of networking has had in our society, including the job search.

Social Media has changed how business is done and the future of work and business depends largely on how we leverage it in near future. The game is changing and those who adopt and learn fast from the new trends are the ones who will benefit most from these winds of change. Quoting

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Posted May 09, 2013 by

Having a Stressful Day on Your Entry Level Job? Learn 9 Ways to Handle It

Whether it is your entry level job or another position, some days are more stressful than others.  In the following post, learn how to make your day a little easier.

Working in politics is like being in a war. Your political fortune depends on daily news and events often outside your control. You could walk into the office on any given workday, as I often did in my previous life as a campaign staffer, to get a call from a reporter inquiring about a sensitive subject. Within minutes, a

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9 Ways to Conquer Your Chaotic Workday