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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Just Landed Your First Entry Level Job? 5 Important Lessons to Learn

While you might have expectations for your first entry level job, you will likely find out that everything is not as you imagine.  Here are five important lessons to learn in your new position in the following post.

When you graduated from college, what did you imagine the corporate world would be like? Maybe you fancied yourself sashaying into the office in a nice suit, surrounded by likeminded people and finally — finally! — buying that sports car/gadget/designer outfit you always wanted. Well, that’s certainly part of the package. But there’s more. No matter what field

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Posted December 31, 2013 by

Are You the Entry Level Job Candidate Hiring Managers Want? 3 Things They Will Consider

Hiring managers want to know they have hired the right candidate for a job.  If you’re searching for an entry level job, the following post shares three things they will consider in a potential employee.

What is one goal all organizations have in common? They all want to avoid hiring the wrong person. If a new hire isn’t the right fit, or they quit within the first few months, the cost to the company could be significantly more than that position’s annual salary. So, hiring managers have

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Posted November 18, 2013 by

Want to Find the Entry Level Job of Your Dreams? 5 Reasons You Can

In today’s world, technology can play a role in helping you find the entry level job of your dreams.  The following post includes five reasons why this is possible.

There is a paradox in our recent history. Many countries’ economies struggle to recover from an all-time historic low, entire industries are becoming obsolete and, for many, the perceived safety of brick-and-mortar financial institutions is crumbling. And yet, as one wave breaks on the shore, another swells in

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Posted October 02, 2013 by

Feeling Comfortable in Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur? 7 Reasons to be Concerned about Your Business

If you have had some success on your entry level job as an entrepreneur, you should be excited, yet cautious.  The following post shares seven reasons to be concerned about your business.

Miller Ingenuity CEO Steve Blue shares the 7 silent business killers and what you need to do to get your business back in good health. High blood pressure is a silent killer. Combined with other risk factors it can lead to death. Similarly, in business, there are 7 silent business killers that if combined,

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

You Maybe Tempted, but Don’t Lie to Get an Entry Level Job

If you are a college student or recent graduate searching for an entry level job, it’s okay to distinguish yourself as the best candidate; however, remember to be honest during the process.  While you might think lying can reward you with a job, the following post also points out the risks involved.

Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson lost his job in 2012 because he falsified his resume. He lied about getting a computer science degree and was forced to resign when the truth came to light. “How could he do such a thing?” the American public cried out. “What kind of criminal lies on his

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The Risks (and Rewards) of Lying During Your Job Hunt

Posted May 15, 2013 by

Risk, fresh employees, and hiring approach

Adnan ul Haq

Adnan ul Haq

Article Summary: The higher is risk, higher is profit. If this is right then why fresh employees are not being considered by organisation in hiring procedures? Risk is associated in every decision organisation make so why not take a bold decision?

The common phrase our ears are familiar within the business environment is “the higher is the risk, the higher is profit”. There is paramount level difference between theoretical stance and practical implications. We notice that every management and administration of profit motive organisation’s prime objective is to keep motivating their employees by making them risk initiators. (more…)