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Posted December 19, 2013 by

Recruiters, Want to Find the Best Candidates for Entry Level Jobs? Social Media May Be the Solution

Most recruiters have probably heard about using social media as a recruitment strategy.  The following post shares one key reason recruiters looking for candidates to fill entry level jobs and other opportunities should use social media in their recruiting efforts.

We know how sick recruiters are of hearing about the importance of using social media to connect with candidates. If you’re not using it by now, you’re living under a rock, right? But most advice posts and experts who tout sourcing via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn say it’s essential because that’s where the

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Posted July 30, 2013 by

Increasing Productivity on Your Entry Level Job

Whether you have an entry level job or another position, increasing your productivity can be a challenge for one reason or the other.  It might just be that people need a clearer understanding of what they want to accomplish.  The following post has more.

We all want to increase our productivity; in today’s go-go-go workplace (and world), it’s necessary for survival. But it’s also something that most of us struggle with. One writer argues that it’s because we’re asking ourselves the wrong question. As Charlie Gilkey writes on Productive Flourishing: “How can I be more productive?” It’s

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Want to Be More Productive? Stop Asking How You Can Be More Productive

Posted July 05, 2013 by

Attention Getting Emails in Your Search for Recent Graduate Jobs

If you are a college graduate who wants to take a more creative approach to networking in your search for recent graduate jobs, try sending emails that will grab companies attention.  Learn more in the following post.

It’s beyond time the boilerplate “attached please find my resume” emails be put to rest. Job seekers hate writing them, employers hate reading them and they do nothing to make you stand out as the candidate to beat. Nor do canned “nice to meet you at [networking event here]!” messages. What really

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Posted June 10, 2013 by

Approaching the Boss on Your Entry Level Job

Do you feel comfortable talking to your boss on your entry level job?  While it may seem intimidating, it is possible to do so successfully if done correctly.  Learn some tips in the following post.

Plenty of posts are written on how to get along with coworkers, communicate with clients and manage employees. But not much is written on how to challenge the boss—perhaps because most people assume it’s tantamount to career suicide. But the truth is that challenging your boss—the right way—can actually help your career. As Work Awesome writes: If

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