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Posted July 11, 2014 by

Seeking Your First Entry Level Job? Focus on Your Personal Brand

One way to improve your chances of getting an entry level job is to show what you can bring to the table.  In the following post, learn about creating your own personal brand.

Think of the concept of branding like this: A hiring manager has two different candidates under consideration. All elements being equal: Candidate A: Has general ambition, good potential, skills and grades Candidate B: Has specific ambition demonstrated by two different internships applicable to the role they are interviewing for; They

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Posted July 08, 2013 by

Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs in Medical Administration? What You Need to Know

For people searching for recent graduate jobs in medical administration, the following post shares information that can help you find work in this career field.

Almost anyone with basic computer skills can apply for secretarial work, but higher paid positions require specialties. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, secretarial work is expected to grow at the national average, but medical and legal secretaries are among the top paid disciplines.  Becoming one of these valuable office

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Posted April 24, 2013 by

Executive Assistants Earn Average Base of $54,500, Up 5.6% In 2 Years

Amy Kaminski of Compdata Surveys

Amy Kaminski of Compdata Surveys

Today is Administrative Professionals Day so today is the day when managers are supposed to deliver cards, flowers and take their administrative assistants and secretaries to lunch in appreciation for the services they provide.

In addition to the gestures bestowed on this increasingly valuable group of employees, many have also enjoyed increasing salaries over the past year. The Compdata Surveys 2012 BenchmarkPro survey results found: (more…)

Posted December 20, 2012 by

Driving Productivity in Postsecondary Education Through Innovation

CollegeRecruiter.comThe following post summarizes a meeting of multiple groups discussing the need to include innovation in higher education.

The Department of Education (ED) seeks to encourage innovation in higher education teaching and learning to drive productivity, quality, and equity. To contribute to the national conversation in this arena, ED, in collaboration with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, convened 175 people at Georgetown University

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Posted December 07, 2012 by

What makes a great federal leader? The stand-out traits of this year’s Service to America honorees

CollegeRecruiter.comIf you have a desire to work in the federal government, then you may be interested in the following post highlighting the accomplishments of federal leaders and the qualities they have relied on for success.

As a general rule, successful federal leaders are highly motivated by a public service mission, clearly articulate a vision of what they want to accomplish, are persistent, collaborative and often have bosses who provide them with strong support.

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What makes a great federal leader? The stand-out traits of this year’s Service to America honorees