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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Take Your Internship and Turn It into an Entry Level Job

If you have enjoyed your internship and want to boost your chances of turning it into an entry level job, the following post includes an infographic with some helpful tips.

Internships are now essentially mandatory to get a real-world job. Employers want to hire candidates that come with skills already in hand, ready to go from day one. And many employers hire their current interns. Recently NACE reported that 69% of employers with 100 or more employees offered full-time

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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Starting a New Entry Level Job and Desire to Make Friends? What You Should Know

If you want to make friends on your new entry level job, the following post answers some questions you might have concerning this effort.

Whether you’re at your first job fresh out of college or on your fifth career change, everyone worries about how well they’ll get along with coworkers. Sometimes, you really hit it off and stay friends forever, even well after you’ve left the job; other times, you dread going into the office each day because

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Posted January 23, 2014 by

Do You Have Employees Who Are Telecommuting for Their Entry Level Jobs? 4 Ways to Manage Them Effectively

Employers, do you need some advice on managing workers with entry level jobs who telecommute?  Learn four ways to do so in the following post.

Telecommuting can present challenges if you’re not familiar with managing remote teams. You may have to adjust the way you communicate with your employees, and your overall management style, to accommodate teams separated by distance. Telecommuting opens up the door to working with talent from all over the world. You may find yourself working

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Posted December 09, 2013 by

Writing Resumes for Entry Level Jobs? 5 Tips to Get Better Results

If you’re writing resumes for entry level jobs without much success, then the following post includes five tips that could help you improve your results.

Everyone tells you how important it is to make a strong first impression with your resume … “you only have a few seconds” goes the standard advice. And it’s true. Many employers get hundreds of resumes for their positions which means it’s vital to make an impression from the very beginning of your resume. But how do

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Posted September 12, 2013 by

Finding a Company that Values You During Your Entry Level Job Search

How important is it for you to be valued in the workplace?  If you are searching for an entry level job or other position with this in mind, the following post explains how to find a company that will make you feel important as an employee.

Some companies that talk of valuing their employees are more comfortable spouting out platitudes than actually doing anything concrete to express true value. But smart companies know that “valuing employees” isn’t just a box to be checked off. Employees are the real workhorses of a company; when they’re motivated and engaged, they can make

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Posted July 22, 2013 by

5 Ways the Superman Entrepreneur Isn’t a Team Player

Prasad Kaipa

Prasad Kaipa

“Team spirit” is a term that many companies embrace. But being a team player applies to entrepreneurs, too. When they don’t play by those rules, it’s likely none of the employees will, either.

This is especially true when entrepreneurs believe they’re better than their underlings, a phenomenon which has been referred to as the Superman Complex. That’s when they believe they’re stronger, smarter, faster and better than his workers.

If you find that your colleagues start rolling their eyes when you get within talking distance of them, have a look at this checklist. Your Superman complex may be turning off the very people you most rely on. (more…)

Posted July 15, 2013 by

Desire an Entry Level Job in Fashion? Tips to Make Your Internship Count

For those of you who hope to gain employment in the fashion world, making the most of your internship is key.  The following post has tips to make your fashion internship count, especially if you want an entry level job one day.

Featured: Not Featured So, you want to work in the fashion industry? You’re not alone. Many other talented, driven and ambitious candidates are ready to fight for their very own spot in the industry. How do you set yourself apart from the pack? How do you prove that you’re the one

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Posted June 04, 2013 by

Managing Young Employees with Entry Level Jobs

Are you in a position of authority, managing young workers with entry level jobs?  If so, the following post offers some ways that could help you handle this situation.

Thought “the boss” would be older, grayer and heavier than you? Think again. It turns out that Gen Yers are increasingly being managed by… each other, according to Manager 3.0: A Millennial’s Guide to Rewriting the Rules of Management. This guide explains how the whole world of work is changing as more of us find ourselves managing our peers

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Posted December 03, 2012 by

4 Tips To Answering The Toughest Job Interview Questions

CollegeRecruiter.comWhile you might do your best to prepare for every type of interview question, sometimes there may be one that catches you off guard.  The following post provides four tips to answer challenging interview questions effectively.

From blatant job interview questions like, “What’s your greatest weakness, weakest attribute, or most significant failure.” To soft, “What might your previous employer say?” Even softer, “You certainly seem to have a lot of strengths, but we understand no one is perfect.” The question will come one way or another, everyone knows it, yet still befuddled by it.

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Posted December 03, 2012 by

Two Excellent ‘Job Finalists,’ But Only ONE Gets Job!

CollegeRecruiter.comWhen applying for any job, there are likely to be many qualified candidates, but ultimately one person will land the job.  Whether you’re running for the highest office in the land or another job, the following post tells us that the process is pretty much the same.

Well, the presidential campaign is over—finally! It was a long, winding, sometimes torturous road for the two “finalists” for the job, Mr. Romney and Mr. Obama, both excellent candidates. But still, in the end, only ONE of the candidates was ultimately selected for the position, the President of the United States. It is ever thus for most “job searches.”

When you think about it (as I have done!), there are more than just a few parallels between how this, the most important of “job searches,” unfolded and how the typical, admittedly far more mundane, job search unfolds in the current job market.

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