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Posted August 18, 2014 by

Wondering If an Entry Level Job is Right for You? 8 Factors to Consider

Before you accept an entry level job offer, be sure you know what you’re getting into.  In the following post, learn eight factors you should consider first.

When you’ve been job hunting for ages, you may be tempted to accept the first offer you get — even if you sense it’s probably a bad fit. In a tough economy, you may feel lucky to have even been offered a position. But sometimes, it’s better to

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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Recent Graduate Jobs Allow You to Telecommute? 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Working from Home

For workers with recent graduate jobs that allow them to work from home, there are four mistakes they should avoid, according to the following post.

It’s been more than a year since several prominent companies made headlines by banning telecommuting, yet the practice remains a growing workplace trend. According to our recent survey, more than eight out of 10 telecommuting employees reported improvements in their stress levels, and seven out of 10 said that working at home boosts their productivity

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Posted May 07, 2014 by

Have You Researched the Entry Level Job Description Prior to the Interview?

Before interviewing for an entry level job, it is a good idea to do some research beyond what the job description says.  The following post has advice on how to do your homework on a potential employer.

Matching your career path with a company that’ll take you part-way along the route is little more than a gamble if you don’t do the research. It’s all about best fit, for you and the company. The more you find out prior to joining a company then

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Posted April 23, 2014 by

About to Graduate? Career Advice Heading into Your Search for Recent Graduate Jobs

If you are about to graduate from school, check out the following post, which offers some advice as you head into your search for recent graduate jobs.

As the next crop of fresh new graduates get ready to launch themselves into the world, I thought about the words of wisdom I would impart to help them navigate their early career. (Hopefully, they would be listening, too!) So if I could provide time travel career advice to not only my

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Posted April 11, 2014 by

Thinking of Accepting an Entry Level Job Offer? 5 Tips to Help You Make Your Decision

Now that you have landed an entry level job offer, it is important to think about if it’s the right one for you.  There are five tips that can help you make this decision in the following post.

You’ve achieved the Holy Grail of job search – the job offer. Congratulations! You’ve worked hard, and it might be tempting to give an immediate “YES!” to that employer. However, no matter how desperate your situation might be – or how long your job search has been – always take the time to review a job

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Posted March 13, 2014 by

Do You Communicate Online During Your Entry Level Job Search? 4 Reasons Online Networking Events May Be in Your Future

Today, probably most (if not all) job seekers use the Internet to find employment.  If you’re not searching for an entry level job or other position online, the following post offers four reasons why online networking events may be in your future.

Learn how you can host your own online networking event. Request a demo here >> It’s no surprise that as technology advances, we’re spending more time online — and less time socializing offline. Even when we are offline, we often have our eyes on a smartphone. Guess what’s finally catching up with our online lifestyle? Networking.

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Beware of These 10 Tricks on Entry Level Jobs

Whether you are looking for or are currently working on entry level jobs, there are things you should beware of during this time of your career.  The following post highlights 10 tricks to avoid.

As the economy slowly improves, and more early careerists are finding work, it seems many – from freshman intern to second or third year workforce veteran – are prone to ignoring some very scary red flags served up by their sometimes monster-like employers. Here are ten scary moments, that if

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Posted October 03, 2013 by

One Thing You Need in Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur

Starting your entry level job as an entrepreneur, you may receive advice from other people in business about what it takes to be successful.  However, the following post highlights one characteristic to carry with you.

In advice columns, business books and public speeches, entrepreneurs note a variety of secrets to success. Some say drive is the most important thing; others say it’s in the business plan. I disagree. There’s one trait that all successful entrepreneurs share: resilience. Resilience isn’t usually cited as the secret to success, but when you ask seasoned

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Young Professionals, How Far Do You Want to Take Those Recent College Graduate Jobs?

Do you have any career goals as a young professional?  For example, if you aspire to be like your boss one day, you’ll likely observe how he or she is in the workplace.  The following post explains what may or may not lead those with recent college graduate jobs to this level of career success.

So many people question whether or not they want to quit their jobs. I’ve quit a couple jobs in my short career (hopefully I’ll never have to have another “job” to quit again), and I can tell you that if you’re thinking about quitting your job, there’s one question you

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Posted June 24, 2013 by

Exploring Recent Graduate Jobs with Travel in Mind? 4 Careers to Consider

Are you looking for recent graduate jobs that will allow you to travel?  If so, the following post has some options that may fulfill your desire.

“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” ~ Rosalia de Castro A cubicle job is not for everyone, for the free spirited and those who have travel on their mind and adventure in their

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Blending Travel and Career – 4 Potential Jobs for those who Love Travel