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Posted September 09, 2014 by

College Graduates, Don’t Quit Your Jobs Just Yet. How to Make Them Better

For college graduates thinking about quitting their jobs, check out the following post to learn ways to make them better.

Your job is an endless repetition of nothingness. The days could not go slower while your life just seems to pass you by. It’s messing with your energy levels and your sense of joy. You know this can’t go on for much longer. You’re stuck in a dead-end job, and it


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Posted March 13, 2014 by

Considering Freelancing Jobs for Recent College Graduates? What You Should Think About

For those of you considering freelancing jobs for recent college graduates, the following post shares some things to think about before making this decision.

Ready to jump from your 9-to-5 to full-time freelancing? Great! From making your own hours to setting your own fees, freelancing has tons of benefits. But what many startup ‘lancers don’t know is that freelancing can also be costly. You are, after all, essentially starting a business. Plus, you’re moving from steady paychecks to the unknown territory of

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Posted March 06, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Thinking About Changing Jobs for Recent College Graduates? What to Consider Before Making a Change

At some point, it might be tempting for young professionals to change jobs for recent college graduates.  However, before they make a change, the following post has some advice for them to consider.

So you’ve worked at your first full-time gig for a significant amount of time, and you feel like you’ve mastered it. You know the ins and outs of your job, and you could probably complete assignments with your eyes closed. At this point in your not-so-new career, not only are your

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Posted March 04, 2014 by

How to Leave Your Entry Level Job the Right Way

If you’re leaving your entry level job for another position, the following post has advice on how to exit the right way.

The author of this post, Alexandra Levit, has generously offered to give away a copy of her book, They Don’t Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Business World. Leave a comment to enter, and we’ll choose a winner by March 1! After the stressful process of looking for a

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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


Why You Shouldn’t Always Quit a Job You Hate

Posted May 22, 2013 by

4 Reasons to Get a New Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur

Do you feel that your current entry level job is not going anywhere and want more control of your career?  The following post provides four reasons for you to consider becoming an entrepreneur.

Almost everyone can find a place in corporate America. It’s usually working a cog-in-the-wheel position that’s demanding, yet unrewarding, and lacks room for growth. But that’s not an employee-employer relationship…that’s called getting used. Corporate loyalty sounds like an oxymoron these days. How can you

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4 Compelling Reasons to Leave Your Job and Become Your Own Boss