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Posted September 04, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, The Benefits of Getting to Know These Office Assistants on Your Jobs

For recent college graduates with jobs, there are benefits of getting to know these office assistants.  Find out who they are and why you should network with them in the following post.

High-performing professionals know their careers will be defined by the relationships they build. You go to lunches, have a drink at happy hour and meet for coffee. Maybe you’ve even tried an online networking event. These are all great ways to build your professional network. But you may be overlooking one important and powerful person. It’s surprising

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Posted October 31, 2013 by

Graduates, Having a Hard Time Finding Entry Level Jobs? Learn the Problem and Treat It

While some graduates might convince themselves that they can’t find entry level jobs, they may not understand what the real problem is with their job search(es).  The following post discusses finding the problem and then treating it.

Dave Ramsey is fond of saying that debt is a symptom, not a disease. In Dave’s view, the disease which causes debt is overspending. Dave spends a lot of time teaching people how to budget their money; how to treat the disease, not the symptom. This method helps the over-spenders not only get out of debt,

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Posted August 30, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Seekers, Do You Want to Stand Out to a Hiring Manager? 6 Ways You Can Distinguish Yourself as a Candidate

As an entry level job seeker, you have probably heard about standing out from the competition.  This is important because employers are looking for the best candidates available in the job market.  If you want to distinguish yourself from everyone else, the following post has six ways that can help.

One of the worst things that can happen after an interview is to be forgotten. Things happen. Sometimes a great candidate can be lost in the endless stack of resumes. Malcolm Gladwell coined the phrase “the stickiness factor” in his book The Tipping Point.  With these six tips, you can become sticky in the mind of

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Posted August 09, 2013 by

Interested in IT Entry Level Jobs? Information for Your Job Search

Recent graduates who want to learn more about entry level jobs in information technology can do so in the following post.

There are many basic characteristics present in all entry level information technology jobs. Being armed with what characteristics to look for will give you the best chances of success,

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Posted June 03, 2013 by

Google Searching for Entry Level Jobs? Learn How to Improve the Process

The following post has some information on searching more easily for entry level jobs and other positions on Google.

The Internet is one of mankind’s greatest achievements. But since it’s grown to an unmanageable size, using it to hunt for jobs is incredibly daunting for any job seeker. A quick Google search for “jobs in pr” will give you 700,000 results in well under a second! Where do you even start? Fortunately, there

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