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Posted April 11, 2014 by

Thinking of Accepting an Entry Level Job Offer? 5 Tips to Help You Make Your Decision

Now that you have landed an entry level job offer, it is important to think about if it’s the right one for you.  There are five tips that can help you make this decision in the following post.

You’ve achieved the Holy Grail of job search – the job offer. Congratulations! You’ve worked hard, and it might be tempting to give an immediate “YES!” to that employer. However, no matter how desperate your situation might be – or how long your job search has been – always take the time to review a job

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Posted November 18, 2013 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job? How to Get an Employer to Read Your Resume

Do you think about the person who will read your resume?  If you do, then your resume is more likely to be read because that person will find what they are looking for.  So, if you’re applying for an entry level job, learn how to get an employer to read your resume in the following post.

Here’s a plea from all employers out there to all job seekers: If you’re going to send your resume to apply for a job opening, please take the time to tailor your resume to the specific requirements of the job posting. Please! I’ve posted two jobs recently and have been so dismayed by what I’ve

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Posted April 29, 2013 by

Practical Ways to Use Unemployment to Your Advantage

While you’re searching for recent graduate jobs, consider how being unemployed could serve you well in the meantime, according to the following post.

Google any news article and you’ll find horror stories of people being unemployed for six months or more. You’ll mostly likely read that they suffer from depression, have anxiety issues or are even suicidal. Kind of bleak, isn’t it? While long-term unemployment isn’t something to be taken lightly, you can view it in a positive way. In fact, there

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Practical Ways to Use Unemployment to Your Advantage