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Posted June 30, 2014 by

College Graduates, Interviewing for Jobs? Take These 9 Steps to Seal the Deal

When interviewing for jobs, college graduates should consider taking these nine steps in the following post to land their opportunities.

Finally! You’ve secured a job interview at one of your target companies. This could be it… your dream job! Now what? Here, from our partners at Rasmussen College, is a step-by-step process for preparing perfectly for that job interview, and getting the offer. From thoroughly understanding the mission of the company, to trial interviews and knowing your talking

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Posted October 30, 2013 by

Millennials Moving Towards Creating Their Own Entry Level Jobs by Becoming Entrepreneurs

College graduates, would you prefer getting entry level jobs as entrepreneurs or working for someone else?  If your choice is the former, then you are part of a growing shift in the job search.  Learn more from an infographic in the following post.

Millennials entered the workforce just in time. Just in time for one of the most competitive job markets in recent history, that is. At the same time, they entered the workforce just in time to to make their own career path, independent from the thought of “lifetime employment” and chasing some gold watch. This infographic from Rasmussen

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Posted October 17, 2013 by

Getting Dressed to Interview for an Entry Level Job? Learn What to Wear and not to Wear

Part of making a first impression when interviewing for an entry level job is how you dress.  The following post includes an infographic with advice on what to wear and not to wear for this big day.

You put a few hours of work into making your resume just right for the position. Your phone and email correspondence with the recruiter has been impeccable. You’ve impressed them at every turn and beat the odds to get an interview. Then you show up at the recruiter’s office in jeans and a hoodie. And

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