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Posted September 08, 2014 by

Want to Go Green with an Entry Level Job? Tips for Your Job Search

If you want an entry level job with an environmentally conscious company, the following post offers a couple of tips you should consider.

The term “environmentally friendly” is like catnip to consumers nowadays. Claim your business is an eco-paradise and you’ll gain entrepreneurial Brownie points from customers and the government alike. Indeed, it’s a strategy that’s helping out many big businesses. The Bank of America, for example, decreased paper usage by 32 per cent between 2000 and 2005, yet saw

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Posted January 16, 2014 by

Are You Taking Advantage of Resources for Your Entry Level Job Search?

If you haven’t found success in your entry level job search, think about whether or not you are taking advantage of all the resources around you.  Learn more in the following post.

Job search resources are more plentiful than you know. Actually the whole world is at your fingertips if you can train yourself to think like a library operates. That’s right… a library…

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Posted June 10, 2013 by

Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs? Think About Life Insurance

When searching for recent graduate jobs, some young people may not heavily consider life insurance.  However, it may be a good idea to do so.  Learn more in the following post.

Life insurance: it’s one of those things that nobody likes to talk about. This is doubly true for young professionals who are kickstarting their careers; when you feel on top of the world, your inevitable demise is not exactly top of mind. However, it’s a sad fact of life that accidents can and do happen

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Posted December 04, 2012 by

“Integrators” Get Ahead: Skillfully blending your online personal image and professional life

CollegeRecruiter.comSocial media can play a positive role in both enhancing your image personally and professionally.  In the following post, learn some tips that can help you achieve this goal.

You’ve surely heard the ominous and endless warnings about how reckless social media activity can jeopardize your job or throw a wrench into your career search. And, indeed, unflattering pictures from a late-night binge, profanity laced-tirades and off-color jokes can earn you a pink slip or rejection letter.

Yet more social media researchers and experts are beginning to emphasize the upside of a savvy and well-managed online image that complements your professional life, potentially strengthening your value as an employee and your marketability as a job candidate.

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“Integrators” Get Ahead: Skillfully blending your online personal image and professional life