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Posted March 26, 2014 by

College Students, Make Your Spring Break Productive for Your Entry Level Job Search

While college students should enjoy spring break, they should also make it productive for their entry level job searches.  Learn some ways they can do so in the following post.

James Franco said it best in his movie Spring Breakers: “Spring break. Spring break. Spring break fo’ever!” OK, so your spring break may not involve holding up a restaurant to fund your vacation or working with a drug dealer. But it can be just as productive. When you’re in the final stages of your college

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Are These 5 Challenging Workplace Personalities on Your Entry Level Job?

On your entry level job, you might encounter a variety of personalities that can be hard to deal with.  In the following post, learn five of these personalities and how to get along with them.

This is a guest post by Judith Orloff . The workplace is filled with difficult personalities–bullies, know-it-alls, rumor mongers… Our fallback reaction when faced with problem people at work is to either assert ourselves or walk swiftly in the other direction. But there’s a middle ground, a way of communicating that’s

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Posted February 20, 2014 by

Grads, Are Your Entry Level Jobs Not Dream Jobs? How to Find the Positions You Want

College graduates may not get their dream entry level jobs right away.  However, that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.  In the following post, learn how grads can find the positions they want.

If you’re stuck in a job or a field you don’t particularly like, you’ve probably found yourself asking some tough questions: How did I wind up here? Will I be here forever? As a young professional, you might feel compelled to decide right this very moment what your future career path should look like. In reality, you don’t

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Posted February 04, 2014 by

Stand Out for Recent Graduate Jobs with Your Resume and Cover Letter

Candidates who want to stand out for recent graduate jobs should get the most out of their resumes and cover letters.  The following post includes tips that can make a difference in helping you land an interview.

Featured: Not Featured We all want to be noticed, to be put above the rest – we want our resume to be the top choice for an employer. My answer to this question might get criticized or dubbed as “boring” but the truth of the matter is 90% of the resumes that most employers tell

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Do You Know When Your Position is Over?

Before accepting an offer, an internship finder should know when their position is over.  If you’re an intern who doesn’t know this information, the following post has advice on approaching this matter.

Featured: Not Featured I had a student email me – asking if a winter internship meant that it only took place in the month of January. Here’s the deal….a “winter” internship or a“win-ternship” is a relatively new thing – it’s a new time for employers to

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Posted January 29, 2014 by

Beginning an Entry Level Job and Seeking a Mentor? 5 Ways to Find One

When starting an entry level job, you may decide that you would like to have a mentor for your career.  Learn five ways to find one in the following post.

Mentors shorten learning curves, improve our focus and help us reflect on wins and absorb the lessons learned from losses. They, even if they can’t always helps us avoid critical mistakes, help us recover quickly. So how do you find a mentor… and build what could hugely beneficial relationship that gets your career off to a great

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Posted December 04, 2013 by

What to Know About Remote College Recruiting

Recruiters and hiring managers, have you heard about remote college recruiting?  If not, you may want to consider it as a recruitment strategy.  Learn more in the following post.

The most serious limitation in college recruiting is that the traditional model requires corporations to physically visit the campus of their target schools in order to recruit. Physically sending both recruiters and hiring managers to…

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Posted October 16, 2013 by

10 Ways to Use Body Language on Your Recent Graduate Jobs to Benefit Your Career

Body language can say a lot about how someone feels.  On their recent graduate jobs, workers can use body language to their advantage.  In the following post, learn 10 ways it can be used to benefit their careers.

“I speak two languages: Body and English.” – Mae West Body language is one of the most important and powerful types of communication in the history of the world. A wink conveys an air of mysticism and charm, a simple raised hand in front of your face tells everyone you’re not going to put up with what’s

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Posted October 10, 2013 by

Your Education Helped You Land an Entry Level Job. Now Learn 15 Tips to Land a Master’s Degree for Life

Recent graduates, no matter what degree you earned in college, you hope it will help to find your first entry level job.  However, learning doesn’t have to stop there.  In the following post, learn 15 tips to land a master’s degree for life.

The Millennial generation? Maybe we should be called the “Master’s” generation. A story by Nick Anderson in The Washington Post describes how young professionals are funneling into colleges and universities at a record pace for advanced diplomas. In the report, Anderson says that from 2000 to 2012, the number of master’s degrees rose 63 percent. “A plain ol’

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Posted October 02, 2013 by

Tips College Recruiters May Not Tell You About Maintaining a High GPA

For college students looking to maintain a high GPA, the following post has some tips that their college recruiters may not have told them about.

Featured: Featured After speaking at Georgia State, I got a few emails from students expressing how determined they were to keep their GPA high during their four years of college. I was so impressed by their determination and wanted to help them out with some tips on how to maintain a

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