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Posted May 29, 2014 by

Applied for Recent Graduate Jobs and Wondering When You’ll Hear Back? What You Can Do about It

While it might be hard to wait for responses to your applications for recent graduate jobs, understand that employers are weighing certain things.  Learn a couple of them in the following post, as well as what you can do while waiting to hear back on your status.

The hiring process for new graduates can often be lengthy. Many employers are looking for young professionals with new ideas to add to their team. They may take a longer time to vet them, however, unlike with a veteran professional who might be fast-tracked due to his significant job experience. This doesn’t mean an

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Posted May 15, 2014 by

On Recent College Graduate Jobs Where You Need to Manage Your Boss? Tips to Learn this Skill

Young professionals who are not sure how to manage recent college graduate jobs can learn this skill with some tips in the following post.

If you think your work should speak for itself, why are so many famous artists unknown until their death? If you want to be known in this lifetime as a master at your craft, you’ll need to learn how to manage up. You’re probably good at letting others know how great your people are or how wonderful your company

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Posted April 23, 2014 by

Has Your Entry Level Job Become Tedious? 7 Ways to Break Out of Boredom

While you appreciate having an entry level job, at times you might feel like your work is a bit tedious.  In the following post, learn seven ways to break out of boredom while at work.

When I start to feel like I’m stagnating, doing just the bare minimum, I know I can’t allow myself to fall into the black hole of boredom. I must get my adrenaline pumping again. But how? To help stop the daydreaming and get excited again about knocking out the day’s challenges, we spoke to

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Posted March 27, 2014 by

Part-time employees can be your prizewinning lot: Just bring the best out of them!

Bimal Parmar

Bimal Parmar, VP of Marketing at Celayix Workforce Management Solutions

“Employers are even more reluctant than usual to commit to full-time employees. They like the flexibility.”Harry Holzer

Donning the worker’s hat in your neighborhood store owner to big corporations, the ‘part-time employees’ have supported the service industry for a long time. While many of them have had a tough ride until now, with Obamacare on the horizon a transformation in the way young America works looks possible.

As for the employers, here are a few surefire measures that’ll help you get the best out of your part-time staffer. (more…)

Posted February 20, 2014 by

Seeking Your First Entry Level Job? 5 Skills that Can Help You Compete

If you want to boost your chances of landing an entry level job, the following post shares five skills that will make you more competitive.

You finally graduated and you’re on your own, ready to take on the professional world. Sure, you took all the necessary courses to earn your diploma. But there are some very necessary professional skills your professors likely didn’t teach you. These aren’t industry-specific skills like biology or accounting, nor are they soft skills like learning how to get

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Posted February 11, 2014 by

5 Entry Level Jobs That Machines Will Replace

Three ATM machines

Three ATM machines. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If job security is what you’re looking for, you might have to get down and dirty.

Car mechanics will always be around. Plumbers will always have a job. So will morticians.

We’ve underappreciated cushy jobs in air-conditioned settings for a while. But now that technology makes manpower more of an expense than a resource, we’re going to miss a few of these entry level jobs that machines will replace. (more…)

Posted February 10, 2014 by

Got Technology? A Helpful Skill to Compete for an Entry Level Job

Even though you may not be the most tech savvy person, being skilled in technology could make the difference in your search for an entry level job.  Learn more in the following post.

My biggest fear: I won’t keep up with current trends and I’ll end up an ancient dinosaur. You know, the ones who never adapted. We all know what happens to them. They get left behind – considered irrelevant and too onerous to be useful. As much as new tech might frighten us, and as much as we might not

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