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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Tips to Make the Most Your Emails When Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates

Do you think about how you compose your emails when searching jobs for recent college graduates?  If not, you could be hurting your chance of landing an interview.  The following post shares several tips to make the most of your job search emails.

Much of your job search correspondence will take place via email… networking, post-interview thank you emails, emails that accompany your resume, etc. And a single email message can make or break your job search with a specific organization or person. (No second chance). As a young professional, by now you should be

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Posted February 21, 2014 by

Are You Twitter Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates? Improve Use of SEO

If you’re currently searching jobs for recent college graduates on Twitter, improving your use of SEO could boost your chances of finding employment.  Learn how in the following post.

Recruiters and potential employers search Google for job candidates… and Google loves Twitter. So, by leveraging search engine optimization (SEO) techniques in Twitter, you can make it easier for recruiters to find you! When someone searches on the job title you want, your profession or industry (and also your name) you want to

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Posted January 30, 2014 by

Think Your Resume is Enough to Land an Interview for an Entry Level Job? What Else Employers Are Doing

Employers will not only look at your resume when considering interviewing you for an entry level job, but find out what else they are doing to candidates in the following post.

In the current job market, many job seekers lament that submitting a resume is like banging their head against a wall. It doesn’t feel good, it’s extremely frustrating and a waste of time. You want that resume to get you a job interview, but more often than not, it doesn’t. And I think this could

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