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Posted July 10, 2015 by

Skills you need for a Career in Ecommerce Store

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Blue e-commerce button on keyboard. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A successful career in ecommerce stores involves being able to effectively incorporate merchandising and digital marketing. The ecommerce industry has witnessed impressive growth over the years with numerous job opportunities available.

If you possess ecommerce skills, you can consider a fulfilling career in ecommerce. There is a high demand for dedicated and talented individuals in the retail sector. A number of essential ecommerce skills are worth having for anyone who is interested in joining the industry. (more…)

Posted December 05, 2014 by

5 Tips for Finishing a Degree While You Work or Travel

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College student reading outdoors lying in the grass. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Not every high school student or young adult is set on acquiring a college diploma through the traditional four-year college experience, or right away. And with so many options to obtain and finish degrees at your disposal, you simply don’t have to. Whether it’s because you’re already working hard at your own start-up or you’ve just secured the internship of your dreams, you may find that an undergraduate or graduate degree is something you are only interested in pursuing on the side.

If you know a college degree is important, but you don’t want to take a break from the life you’re living to get it, here are five tips to finishing your college degree while you travel the world, intern for public radio, or slave away at your very own tech start-up. (more…)

Posted March 18, 2014 by

Writing Cover Letters for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Tips to Win Over Start-up Employers

The following post shares some tips to help you impress start-up employers when writing cover letters for recent college graduate jobs.

First things first: the best start-up cover letter is usually not a traditional cover letter at all. It’s a warm introduction to someone important, at your start-up of choice, from someone important… you, their next team member. Additionally, whoever is reading your application at a start-up is inevitably pressed for

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