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Posted June 17, 2015 by

Work Smart: Tips for Students to Get More out of Their Day

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Are you working hard in class, racing to your job after school and trying to make it to an extracurricular activity during the week? Working while going to school full time means you have to work smart. Organize your time to squeeze in extra schoolwork between classes, work and fun. Here are few tips to maximize your time: (more…)

Posted January 21, 2015 by

5 Books Every Incoming College Freshman Should Read

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Are you headed off to school? Here are five books you should read before your first official class. For various reasons, they’re all life- and perspective-changing.

1. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson

Sharp, smart and hilariously funny, this book offers a layman’s journey through the origins of the universe. It touches on everything from astronomy to chemistry to paleontology, and not only will you finish it as a smarter person than when you began, but you might also find yourself signing up for electives that you never thought you’d want. (more…)

Posted April 11, 2014 by

College Graduates, 10 Things You Need to Be Aware of When Hired for Entry Level Jobs

As college graduates transition from school to the workforce, they should understand that there will be differences between these environments.  The following post highlights 10 things new grads need to be aware of when hired for entry level jobs.

A Guide To Your First Entry-Level Job. 10 things new graduates absolutely need to know. By U.S.News. Posted Apr 4th 2014 @ 5:00AM. Share. Businesswoman looking at a businessman listening to headphones and blowing bubbles…

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Posted February 24, 2014 by

Have Tough Bosses on Recent College Graduate Jobs? Turn Their Bad Behavior into Personal Success

Young professionals working for difficult bosses on recent college graduate jobs can become weary with mistreatment.  However, the following post has advice on how workers can turn this bad behavior into personal success.

Your boss is incompetent, mean, narcissistic, completely unlovable — or worse. Instead of letting your boss’s abhorrent behavior plague your office happiness or hamper your career, turn that behavior to your advantage. You’re not likely to ever love the bad behavior, but you don’t have to let it get the best of you. You

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Posted January 27, 2014 by

Recruiting Gen Y for Entry Level Jobs? Try Using Video

For recruiters looking for an additional way to find Gen Y candidates for entry level jobs, learn the benefits of using video as a strategy in the following post.

The GenY invasion is coming — some may say it’s already here. By 2025, Millennials will make up 75 percent of the workforce. Smart companies actively court this tech-savvy market. Is your recruiting strategy ready? For instance, many Millennials can easily navigate their way around social media. Most have at least one social networking

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