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Posted May 20, 2014 by

Searching for Recent College Graduate Jobs? 17 Realities Facing Grads

For those of you about to search for recent college graduate jobs, you should be aware of 17 realities facing graduates that are found in the following post.

It’s ONLY a selfie. That’s the argument from graduating students at the University of South Florida. School officials at USF have asked grads to not snap selfies as they receive diplomas. A quote from the Associated Press: “I don’t have an anti-selfie bent,” said Michael Freeman, the USF dean who made the selfie rule. “I would just caution students to think

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Posted April 10, 2014 by

Constantly Networking about Jobs for Recent College Graduates? What You Are Forgetting to Do

For those of you constantly networking about jobs for recent college graduates and not getting any results, there is one thing you might be forgetting to do in your search.  Find out what it is in the following post.

At the end of a long day at a networking event, we probably have a stack of business cards in our pocket. But when everyone is back home or in the hotel, then what? What becomes of those cards? Despite the best of intentions, eventually most look at the card pile and think “I’ll get to those later”

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Posted April 09, 2014 by

Entry Level Job Interview Coming Up? 13 Tips to Get the Position You Want

If you have an interview for an entry level job coming up, check out 13 tips to help you get the position you want in the following post.

You’ve worked hard on your resume, and you finally networked your way to the right person. This is your chance: you’ve got an interview! What now? Wing it and hope for the best? Google for interview tips—and end up with the same template as everyone else? No, you’re smarter than that—and you need to stand out from the crowd.

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