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Posted November 27, 2013 by

Want More from Your Entry Level Job? How to Continue Growing in It

If you’re one who gets bored on your entry level job doing the same things, then maybe you need to find a way to get more out of it.  The following post offers tips to help you grow in your position.

Ever since I read Paul Angone’s book 101 Secrets for Your Twenties, that book has been stuck in my head. Secret #43 from the book is hugely important to young professionals; it goes like this: “The most dangerous job you can have in your 20s is a comfortable one” Continue reading…

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Posted September 19, 2013 by

Are You Prepared for College Fairs and to Meet College Recruiters?

High school students who plan on going to college can get a head start by attending college fairs.  These events are opportunities for prospective students to get information on various schools and speak with college recruiters.  The following post has tips on what to do before, during, and after a college fair.

Enter: the college fair! A college recruiter and students at PUSD College and Career Fair, 2012. College fairs are a great way to see what’s out there and interact with recruiters from different schools. There are different kinds of…

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Landed an Entry Level Job, but Dealing with Federal Student Loan Debt? Tips to Handle the Burden

Are you stressing out about how to pay back all of those federal student loans?  If so, relax and look on the bright side, at least you have landed an entry level job to begin paying off this debt.  The following post has tips to help college graduates deal with their federal student loans.

Each year, millions of students walk out of the classroom, get a job and realize there’s no earthly way they can make their student loan payments and cover the rent. A quick call to the student loan servicer results in a forbearance. But forbearance means your balance will keep going up while you get a breather. Once that ends

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Posted May 29, 2013 by

Employees with Recent Graduate Jobs, Remember These Secrets to Successful Careers

For those of you who have been hired for recent graduate jobs, there are some secrets to remember that can lead to career success.  Learn more in the following post.

You’ve heard all the standard career advice: network, build your brand, follow your passion. And it’s all quality advice; don’t get me wrong. But you want more. You’re not just a careerist; you’re a Brazen careerist. You want the inside scoop. The secrets that got

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Posted May 16, 2013 by

Have Entry Level Job Seekers Discovered the Hidden Job Market?

When searching for an entry level job, don’t forget about the hidden job market.  Learn how to enter it in the following post.

You glaze at your desktop cruising the job banks, wondering why you’re entering the second month of your job search and have yet to get a single bite. The problem could be that like most entry-level job hunters, you are …

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Posted May 13, 2013 by

Are You Ready to Move Up From Your Entry Level Job? Tips to Prove It to Your Boss

If you believe it is time to move up from your entry level job, learn some tips to improve your chances in the following post.

You’ve been in the same position at your job for a while. It’s natural that you want to move up, make more money and take on more responsibility. After all, you’ve put in the time and earned it. The only problem is that you’re not the only one in this position. A few of your coworkers probably feel the exact

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