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Posted March 20, 2014 by

Interested in Recent College Graduate Jobs in the Tech Field? One Thing to Make a Priority

If you’re thinking about exploring recent college graduate jobs in the tech field, there is one thing you should make a priority, according to the following post.

MBAs, bankers, hipsters, nerds, non-hipsters… who isn’t influenced by technology these days? As tech is incorporated into almost all aspects of our lives and workplaces, it’s become the field presenting the biggest opportunities for growth and innovation. The dramatic rise of tech startups and hardware or software companies brings about a wealth of new jobs. But there’s


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Posted February 10, 2014 by

Got Technology? A Helpful Skill to Compete for an Entry Level Job

Even though you may not be the most tech savvy person, being skilled in technology could make the difference in your search for an entry level job.  Learn more in the following post.

My biggest fear: I won’t keep up with current trends and I’ll end up an ancient dinosaur. You know, the ones who never adapted. We all know what happens to them. They get left behind – considered irrelevant and too onerous to be useful. As much as new tech might frighten us, and as much as we might not

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Posted January 22, 2013 by

How 2013 College Students Are Scoring Interviews Better Than 2012 Grads

Natalie Bracco

Natalie Bracco

The idea that today’s college graduates are facing an impossible battle when it comes to finding a job is largely exaggerated. According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2013 graduates have better prospects of getting a job than their 2012 counterparts. While it’s true that high unemployment has made things more challenging for all job seekers, there are actually several ways that 2013 college grads are able to distinguish themselves and ace the application process. (more…)