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Posted August 19, 2014 by

Applying for Entry Level Jobs and Want to Leave a Lasting Impression? Write a Letter

While most of us like communicating quickly in one form or another, sometimes taking our time to create a message can be more effective.  So, if you’re applying for entry level jobs and want to leave a lasting impression, consider writing a letter as suggested in the following post.

Effective communication is essential. Period. Whether it’s talking with coworkers in the break room, calling an out-of-state relative or even receiving a touching email from a forgotten friend, the need to convey emotion and information is fundamental to the way we interact. (Click here to tweet this quote.) Yet in our ever-connected world, brusque emails, limited

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Posted June 13, 2014 by

Finished Interviewing for Jobs, College Students? Remember to Write a Thank You Letter

College students, once you’ve finished interviewing for jobs, make sure to write a thank you letter to the interviewer.  If you need some tips, check out the following post.

Think about your last job interview. Did you send a follow-up note afterward? The thank you letter is an overlooked part of the interview process, likely because it comes after what people think is the most important part of the job search: the application and the interview. But underestimating the value

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Tips to Make the Most Your Emails When Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates

Do you think about how you compose your emails when searching jobs for recent college graduates?  If not, you could be hurting your chance of landing an interview.  The following post shares several tips to make the most of your job search emails.

Much of your job search correspondence will take place via email… networking, post-interview thank you emails, emails that accompany your resume, etc. And a single email message can make or break your job search with a specific organization or person. (No second chance). As a young professional, by now you should be

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Posted May 16, 2013 by

Resume Tips to Find Recent College Graduate Jobs

If you’re searching for recent college graduate jobs, it is important to have a quality resume that stands out to potential employers.  The following post includes some resume tips to keep in mind.

Q: I’m graduating college this year and still working on my resume. Do you have any tips? A: Congratulations on your graduation and welcome to the workforce! We often help recent college graduates with their resumes.

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Posted December 19, 2012 by

Top 5 Common Resume Mistakes

CollegeRecruiter.comDo you wonder why your resume has not created more interview opportunities?  Perhaps, there are some mistakes you are overlooking like the ones mentioned in the following post.

The following is a guest post by Matthew Ellis. Job seekers often complain that, no matter how many resumes they submit or jobs they apply to, they cannot even elicit a phone call or email response, let alone an interview. If you are one of these people, the problem might be as simple as one of the mistakes

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Posted December 04, 2012 by

13 tips for E-mail Etiquette: It Still Counts in a Mobile Generation

CollegeRecruiter.comHave you ever thought about email etiquette?  It does exist and may benefit you, especially in the workplace; learn some tips in the following post.

In today’s world, e-mails are often rapid fire communication with little thought behind them. Yet, they still make an impression – your e-mail approach is part of your personal brand. It affects your reputation when you are in the job market and continues to be noticed once you have secured a job. It’s important to remember e-mail etiquette and also that in certain instances, e-mail may not be the best method of communication.

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