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Posted May 28, 2014 by

Job Seekers, Do You Have Video Interviews for Entry Level Jobs Coming Up? 5 Tips to Prepare for These Meetings

What should job seekers do to prepare for video interviews for entry level jobs?  The following post shares five tips to help you prepare.

Most of us seem to dread the video interview. But many recruiters use this tool because Skype and Google+ interviews save both the employers and candidate significant time and money. Plus, in a short amount of time, you both have the opportunity to measure each other up and decide next steps in the process. So don’t be unnerved. With

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Posted April 08, 2014 by

Looking for Entry Level Jobs in the Music Industry? 5 Opportunities Where Career Growth is Possible

If you have the desire to break into the music industry, the following post shares five entry level jobs that could give you that opportunity and lead to a potential career.

Becoming a street teamer is a great way to start making connections in the music industry and begin your trek to a full-fledged music career. It is essentially an entry level marketing job, where you will most likely be tasked with…

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Posted January 23, 2014 by

Searching for an Entry Level Job? Starting a Blog Could Be Beneficial

If you haven’t found an entry level job, starting a blog might be beneficial to your search.  Learn more in the following post.

Want to get ahead professionally in 2014? The answer is swift and uncomplicated: start a blog on something you’re passionate about. A personal website contains all the wisdom you need to be a successful young adult. Specifically, here are nine important lessons I’ve learned from starting a blog: 1. I

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Posted December 10, 2013 by

What to Consider for a Successful Entry Level Job Search

The following post offers a few suggestions for conducting a successful entry level job search.

“My daughter sends out 5 applications online every day, and then has a melt-down on Friday about how bad the job market is!” Does this sound familiar to your job search? If so, let’s talk about the job search for recent grads. Here’s a couple of things that are really important to know.


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Posted November 19, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Seekers, 5 Tips from Recruiters to Make Your LinkedIn Profiles More Effective

In the following post, recruiters have five tips for entry level job seekers to make their LinkedIn profiles more effective.

Even though LinkedIn is the number one online tool for professional recruiters, the experience is often frustrating. Many recruiters fail to find the candidates they need – not because of problems with the site itself, but because simple profile mistakes by candidates. With that in mind, here are the top 5 things recruiters wish you knew about LinkedIn…

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Posted November 21, 2012 by

Employment Elsewhere: Signs You Need A New Job

CollegeRecruiter.comSometimes no matter how hard you try, a particular job just doesn’t work out.  In the following post, learn the factors that point to the need to find a new job.

The following is a guest post by Shelley Davenport. The common, misguided concept about employment is that it isn’t meant to be enjoyed. You show up, do your job, go home, and hopefully at the end of the week have a nice chunk of change to show for it. Being able to find a job where you are paid

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Employment Elsewhere: Signs You Need A New Job