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Posted September 18, 2014 by

College Students, Want to Enhance Your Networking Skills When Searching for Jobs? Here’s What You Should Do

For college students trying to improve their networking skills when searching for jobs, the following post offers some helpful advice to take them to the next level.

Networking as a job search strategy creates a great deal of angst. For many, it’s just plain uncomfortable to introduce yourself to strangers and strike up conversations in the hopes of uncovering job leads. But that’s putting the horse before the cart. The first hurdle is simply finding new people to add to your network, according to job

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Posted May 16, 2014 by

Want Employees to be More Productive on Their Entry Level Jobs? 4 Ways to Get Them Happy and Healthy

In general as people, we tend to accomplish more when we feel good about ourselves.  The same goes for the workplace.  In the following post, learn four ways to help employees feel happy and healthy on their entry level jobs.

Balance: we all need it. But some workplaces struggle to find this balance, leaving hardworking employees feeling worn out and unproductive. A movement for corporate wellness has begun with policies designed to promote wellness in the workplace and increase employee efficiency. At SweatGuru, we take specific steps to ensure our office environment

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Posted March 19, 2014 by

Become an Internship Finder Even as a College Graduate

From personal experience, I can say that this is a good idea.  I was an internship finder after graduating from college, and this experience led to a job.  In the following post, learn how you can find an internship as a college graduate.

Featured: Not Featured I frequently hear from recent grads who didn’t have the opportunity to intern or didn’t understand the importance of internships while they were in college. They graduate and realize that the real world isn’t easy and finding a job isn’t easy. They determine that even though they’ve graduated college – they

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Applied for Recent Graduate Jobs? Don’t Forget to Follow Up

If it has been some time since you applied for recent graduate jobs, make sure to follow up.  This may help you stand out from other applicants.  Learn more in the following post.

I’ve heard this phrase many times throughout my life: “Do what you said you’ll do, when you said you were going to do it.” Over the past couple of years, I’ve pondered this advice further as I meet more job seekers ready for the workforce. Now, this advice applies to everyone

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Posted September 23, 2013 by

Graduates, Nervous about Networking in Your Search for Entry Level Jobs? How to Overcome Your Fears

As recent college graduates searching for entry level jobs, you may need to attend some networking events.  However, how do you handle your fears about meeting new people?  The following post has some tips.

Guest blog by Heather Townsend, co-author of ‘How to make partner and still have a life’ and author of ‘FT Guide To Business Networking’, and guest blogger for Nerves can be helpful at times – after all, they can stop you wandering in where angels fear to tread. However, they can also jeopardise your performance –

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Posted August 23, 2013 by

About to Attend a Networking Event for Entry Level Job Seekers? Enter with Confidence

Networking may not come as easily for some people as others.  If you are about to attend a networking event, say for entry level job seekers, the following post has advice to help you enter it with confidence.

Guest blog by Heather Townsend, co-author of ‘How to make partner and still have a life’ and author of ‘FT Guide To Business Networking’, and guest blogger for Why is it that when we are told to go out and meet a room full of strangers, “because it is good for our profile”, it

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Posted August 01, 2013 by

What to Do If You Haven’t Found Your Dream Entry Level Job

Are you working in an entry level job that is okay, but want something more fulfilling?  It may take you some time to find your dream job, so don’t be depressed if you haven’t.  The following post has tips to help you make this dream a reality one day.

Featured: Featured You are 24. You graduated a few years ago. You still don’t have your dream job. Ugh. You feel stuck. You need help. You need guidance. I get it. You aren’t alone. Sometimes we can see the dream, we even know where the dream is located — we just can’t seem to get from where


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Posted July 18, 2013 by

Dress for Success on Day One of Your Entry Level Job

Your appearance is part of what makes you a professional in the workplace.  So make sure you send this message on day one of your new entry level job.  Consider some advice to help you dress for success in the following post.

First impressions matter, and how you dress on the first day of a new entry-level job permanently affects your co-workers’ and supervisors’ impressions of you. Many people are unsure of how to dress for the first day of an…

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Posted July 03, 2013 by

You’re Hired! 5 Tips for Day One at Your Entry Level Job

You may not be sure about what to expect on the first day at an entry level job.  However, you can get ahead of the game in order to make a good impression.  Learn five tips on how to do so in the following post.

If you’ve never had a real job before, you may be nervous before your first day of work at an entry-level job. Some university graduates are often unsure how to behave in an office setting and are worried about making a…

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Posted May 08, 2013 by

Are You Trying to Find an Entry Level Job in Human Resources?

If your search for an entry level job in human resources has been a challenge, don’t worry, just keep your cool.  Learn more in the following post.

Now I am applying to different entry-level HR positions and hitting the “no experience/w degree” roadblock. Which sucks. I’m networking with my SHRM chapter, asking my classmates to be on the lookout for me and building a …

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