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Posted August 25, 2014 by

7 Questions College Graduates May Have about Jobs

The following post has seven questions that college graduates may have about jobs.

No matter who you are or what you do, you’ve likely had a “what if…” moment about your career. Especially if you’re a Millennial, this can be a tense time in your career where things can feel a little shaky. You may be worried about finding a job you like, or

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Posted August 25, 2014 by

Leaving Your Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Exit on Good Terms

If you’re planning to leave your entry level job, make sure you do it with respect to your current employer.  In the following post, learn five tips to move on in a positive manner.

You finally decided to take the plunge and interview elsewhere. You got the offer and you kind of want to try out the new gig, but you’re not sure you want to commit. The grass might be greener… but then again it might not. You feel like it’s time to move on, but at

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Posted June 03, 2014 by

Leaving Your Recent Graduate Jobs? 9 Tips to Resign on a Good Note

Young professionals who plan to leave their recent graduate jobs should do so on a good note with these nine tips in the following post.

Thinking of quitting your job to start your own venture? You need to plan a smooth exit. And that means resigning as graciously as possible. You may have been planning to say something along the lines of “take this job and shove it,” but that would be a big mistake. I’ve been in business for a long

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Posted December 10, 2013 by

Not Motivated on Those Entry Level Jobs? What to Do About It

While young professionals might enjoy their entry level jobs initially, at some point they might lose motivation in their work.  The following post has some advice should they have this experience.

Ah, you were such an ambitious young one. You rocked undergrad, and possibly graduate school. You were idealistic and excited about your professional trajectory and the potential positive impacts you could make on the world. You were engaged, on fire, driven, ready. Then you got that fresh-out-of school fellowship or perfect

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Posted October 15, 2013 by

Leaving Your Entry Level Job? How Would You Handle It?

If you have decided to leave your entry level job, make sure to do so in a manner you will be proud of later in your career.  The following post shows example of how one former employee left her company.

Last week, 25-year-old Marina Shifrin famously quit her job via YouTube video. As she danced to Kanye West’s Gone, Shifrin made it clear to her boss that she was done sacrificing her “relationships, time and energy for this job.” The video went viral and now has 15 million views and counting.

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Posted August 13, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Don’t Quit Your Recent College Graduate Jobs Without Considering These 10 Thoughts

As they make decisions throughout their careers, young professionals should think them through.  This includes deciding to leave their recent college graduate jobs and doing something new.  The following post has 10 thoughts that should be considered before making this change.

In May 2011, I quit my job and moved to Paris. I was 23 years old and passionate, but hated working for someone else and longed for adventure. So I jumped. And I’m not going to lie: you’ll learn more from jumping than you will from reading this article. However, there are some things that I wish I&rsquo

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Young Professionals, How Far Do You Want to Take Those Recent College Graduate Jobs?

Do you have any career goals as a young professional?  For example, if you aspire to be like your boss one day, you’ll likely observe how he or she is in the workplace.  The following post explains what may or may not lead those with recent college graduate jobs to this level of career success.

So many people question whether or not they want to quit their jobs. I’ve quit a couple jobs in my short career (hopefully I’ll never have to have another “job” to quit again), and I can tell you that if you’re thinking about quitting your job, there’s one question you

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Posted March 25, 2013 by

Don’t Quit Your Job Just Because You Want To

While you may want to just walk away from your current job, that may not be the best idea at the moment.  The following post has some things you should think about before quitting your job.

Are you fed up with your job? Dreaming of quitting? I’ve been there. I quit my first full-time job two short months after my start date. I’m pretty sure my parents felt this the way one would feel an impending apocalypse. I quit because I didn’t like the job. I was bored. There weren’t any windows. I

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Don’t Quit Your Job Just Because You Want To

Posted May 24, 2012 by

Don’t Quit Your Job Just Yet

William Frierson of CollegeRecruiter.comDo you have a job that you don’t like?  Maybe it is to the point that you’ve had enough (for whatever reason(s)) and are ready for a change.  However, before quitting your job, consider this advice: (more…)