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Posted March 25, 2014 by

Can Entry Level Jobs be Created Like Back in the Day?

What were entry level jobs like in the past, and is it possible to create more of them today?  Get one perspective in the following post.

I was having a discussion today about first jobs, entry-level jobs, and “when I was a youngster” type stories. Someone mentioned that in Oregon and New Jersey they have people pump gas at gas stations. Why? Back when I…

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Posted March 24, 2014 by

Uncertain About Taking Recent Graduate Jobs? 7 Questions College Grads Should Ask Themselves When Making a Career Decision

Before accepting recent graduate jobs or making other career decisions, college graduates should ask themselves seven questions found in the following post.

Your 20s are an important time. We’re told the personal and professional choices you make during this decade set the foundation of your adult life. No pressure, right? A good problem you’re likely to face is which job to take: The one that promises security or the one that promises experience? The higher-paid one or the

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Finding Entry Level Jobs. How Millennials Are Creating Their Own Paths to Employment

In the current job market, young professionals are realizing that finding entry level jobs may take some time after graduation.  Learn how Millennials are creating their own paths to employment in the following post.

It’s mid-December. Soon, a new group of December graduates will begin to pound the pavement looking for work. And sooner than they think, a few short months from now Class of 2014 graduates will follow in their footsteps. Perhaps unwittingly, and most certainly out of necessity, many Millennials – especially those who have learned

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Posted December 02, 2013 by

Want to Work in Criminal Justice? 7 Entry Level Jobs to Consider

Are you pursuing or already have a criminal justice degree?  What kind of position would you like to have in the field?  The following post has seven entry level jobs you might be interested in.

If you’re trying to get started in criminal justice, consider one of these great entry level criminal justice jobs!

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Recent Graduate Jobs You Can Pursue with a Criminal Justice Degree

Have you graduated with a criminal justice degree and wonder what recent graduate jobs are available?  The following post has some career opportunities to consider.

This is a guest post contributed by Pamela Rosssow Criminal justice is a broad field with many careers to choose from. Careers that fall under the criminal justice umbrella are police officer, paralegals, corrections officer, court clerk, probation officer, private investigator, sheriff, or a criminologist. You can also join several federal agencies like the CIA,

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

5 Challenges Veterans Encounter in Finding Entry Level Jobs

Having recently celebrated Veterans Day, we think about the things that our troops go through during their service.  However, what about when they return home, such as trying to find entry level jobs?  The following post shares five challenges veterans encounter in their job search(es).

Even when a veteran is ready in body and soul to search for that post-military job, he or she may encounter immediate rejection. Hiring managers generally possess rigid mind sets when it comes to filling their open positions, demanding equally rigid skill sets, no matter who is applying to them. How, then, do

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Posted November 13, 2013 by

Want Independence in Your Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Get You Started

If you’re looking for an entry level job with some independence, then perhaps becoming an entrepreneur is an option for you.  Learn five tips to get you started in the following post.

The second annual State of Independence in America workforce study by MBO Partners* reveals that the independent workforce in the U.S. will grow to 23 million strong in the next five years alone. 3.6 million – or 21 percent – of this workforce is driven by Gen Y. It’s no wonder why: Gen Y faces some

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Posted September 19, 2013 by

How to clean up your online profile for your job search

Woman on sofa, checking her social media profile on laptop computer

Woman on sofa, checking her social media profile on laptop computer. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Starting a job search doesn’t start when you fill out an application. It doesn’t even start when you compose your resume. It starts when you get online.

What does that mean? Well, it’s safe to say that college seniors are all online – tweeting, Facebooking, Instagramming, joining LinkedIn – you name it. You’re online before you look for jobs, and coincidentally then use the Internet to find jobs in potential markets.

But your online profile is just as important as your resume. (more…)

Posted August 28, 2013 by

Goodbye College, Hello Real Life: Apartment Advice for the Recently Graduated

goldfish jumping out of the waterIf you are one of the two million recent graduates that Forbes predicts will enter the workforce this year, you’ve probably thought about getting your own place. Living at home or with roommates is economical, but at some point, you just want the freedom of doing your own thing. When this time comes, keep these tips about style and safety in mind—college is behind you. There’s a new level of responsibility involved in getting your own place. (more…)

Posted August 12, 2013 by

What’s Keeping You from the Career You Want? 5 Reasons You Won’t Land that Dream Entry Level Job

Having doubt in life is normal.  However, if you really desire to achieve a goal, then you have to believe it is possible and pursue your dreams.  The following post offers five reasons that will keep you from landing an entry level job in the career field you want, as well as advice to deal with your concerns.

Do you have a brilliant business idea and want to strike out on your own, but feel you simply can’t—there’s too much holding you back? Every day, we hear stories about people who are trapped and miserable in cubicles and corporate life. More often than not, we aren’t

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