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Posted December 17, 2014 by

How to Map your Career Path after College

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One of the biggest challenges that college students face is determining what they will do once they complete their studies. While college is supposed to be a time of discovery and learning, many students still find it difficult to choose a career path once they finish their time at college. If you are thinking about how to map your career path after college, there are a few important things to consider for the next step. (more…)

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 November 11, 2013 by

10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Pursue an Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur

Becoming an entrepreneur may sound good, but is it the right choice for your entry level job?  The following post has 10 reasons why being your own boss may not be good for you.

This post is contributed by Daniel C. Steenerson Thinking about starting your own business? Beware! Below are 10 signs that you just may not be cut out to be an entrepreneur. #10 You can’t stand the heat. Before you jump into self-employment, make sure you’re very comfortable being uncomfortable. Every day you’ll need

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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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Posted July 23, 2013 by

Pondering Self-Employment in Your Search for Recent College Graduate Jobs? 5 Bold Moves to Make

Would you like to become your own boss?  Graduates thinking about self-employment in their searches for recent college graduate jobs can make five bold moves to make this dream a reality, according to the following post.

Self-employment. It’s the dream of many, but the hard-fought-for reality of far fewer. If you find yourself in the latter group and wondering how you can plan for and switch to self-employment, make these five big and brave choices. You’ll put yourself on the path to a successful work-for-yourself career. 1. Work

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Posted May 02, 2013 by

Is Self-employment the Entry Level Job for You?

If you have been searching for an entry level job but can’t seem to find an employer you would like to work for, maybe self-employment is an option.  Learn more in the following post.

99.9 percent of all businesses in the United States are small businesses, with three‐fourths representing the self‐employed. (nase.org) Recent figures have shown that the amount of those choosing to enter into self-employment has risen dramatically since the recession started, with 367,000 more people self-employed in 2012 than there was in 2008. As 60% of this figure began working for themselves between 2011 and 2012, it would perhaps suggest that people had

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Advice If You Want to be Self-Employed

Have you ever thought about working for yourself?  I have not, but you never know what opportunities exist if you’re a job seeker with a specific skill set.  Freelancers are self-employed individuals who offer their services to certain clients without being obligated long-term to an employer.  However, because you are depending on yourself for work, you should know what goes into this process.  Here is some advice: (more…)