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Posted August 04, 2014 by

College Student, Want to Maximize Your MBA Program to Help Your Search for Jobs? What You Can Do

While an MBA can help a college student in his or her search for jobs, it is important that he or she gets the most out of the chosen program.  Learn how a college student can maximize a MBA program to prepare them for the future in the following post.

MBA programs are all designed with the same goal in mind — to turn out well educated, ready-to-lead MBAs. But not all MBA students are created equal, as evidenced by that mid-career professional looking to launch into the next phase, the young college grad planning to enter the workforce with that all-important master’s in hand,

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Posted February 25, 2014 by

Preparing to Interview Before a Panel for Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 6 Tips to Help You Succeed

Before your panel interview for jobs for recent college graduates takes place, learn six tips in the following post that can help you succeed.

When you think of a job interview you most often think of a discussion between you and a recruiter or hiring manager, one-on-one. Some companies, however, use group, or “panel” interviews to screen candidates. If you can get past the intimidation factor, and if you’re prepared, panel interviews can work in

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Posted November 19, 2013 by

5 “C” Words that Can Make a Difference in Winning an Interview for an Entry Level Job

What are five things you can do to enhance your resume to get an interview and hopefully an entry level job?  They begin with the letter “C” and are found in the following post.

The purpose of a resume is to convince the hiring manager or the recruiter that you are the best (or one of the best) candidate for the job. It is not an easy task to come through convincingly if you are an entry-level applicant or a career changer; but with some effort

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