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Posted June 02, 2014 by

Going on Interviews for Jobs for College Students? 6 Ways to Dismiss Yourself as a Candidate

When interviewing for jobs for college students, there are things you can do to hurt your chances of getting hired if you’re not careful.  Learn six ways to dismiss yourself as a candidate in the following post.

Interviewing for a job is a tough, long process. And when you finally develop a rapport with a recruiter only to hear they went a different direction (or even worse, you get the “no call at all” thing), its hard not to get down. How can you avoid this frustrating scenario? Truth is, sometimes you can’t.

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Posted May 29, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Already Have Jobs for Recent College Graduates, but Open to Something New? 5 Things that Make You Attractive to Recruiters

While young professionals might be satisfied with their current jobs for recent college graduates, they could be open to other opportunities.  In the following post, learn five things that make them attractive to recruiters.

It is no secret. In these times, no job is permanent. If a public company has a few bad quarters, you are dispensable. If the economy starts going south, the company “has to make difficult decisions”. Believe me when I say to you, it is in your best interest to always be a passive

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Posted March 20, 2014 by

Do You Want an Entry Level Job in Green Tech? Where You Could Find One

If you are interested in clean energy and want to find an entry level job, the following post shares where you have the best chance of getting one.

There’s an international focus on growing renewable energy and cutting back on emissions. With government funding and private sector investment, the green energy is quickly growing to satisfy global requirements—and so are the job opportunities. Regardless of whether you’re a new grad or a seasoned veteran of the workforce, employers are

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Posted February 05, 2014 by

College Grads: Look West to Land the Job of Your Dreams

A bridge view from the West Coast on the Pacific Ocean

A bridge view from the West Coast on the Pacific Ocean. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Pack your sunscreen and head west. Arizona, Texas and California lead the nation in job openings. The job markets in these three states began rising in 2013 and continue to have gained momentum into 2014. Companies here need college graduates, like you, with a degree in software development, market management, design or healthcare. (more…)

Posted December 17, 2013 by

5 Locations for Your Startup If Your Entry Level Job is as an Entrepreneur

The following post has five locations for your startup if your entry level job is as an entrepreneur.

Interested in tech? Check out the Deloitte Women in Technology community over on Dice to read more! Looking for a place to launch your startup? Follow the money — literally. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Most company founders dream of taking their company public or, at a minimum, getting a fabulous offer from someone who wants

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Posted October 29, 2013 by

Agenda for #truCollegeRecruiter Dallas Recruiting Conference on 12/13/2013

truCollegeRecruiter logoIn partnership with our friends at Globaltru, CollegeRecruiter.com is excited about the seventh recruiting conference it has organized for hiring managers, corporate recruiters, and other human resource professionals. This #truCollegeRecruiter conference will be held on Friday, December 13, 2013 at the JCPenney headquarters in Dallas, Texas. We’ll also be in New York City on Monday, December 9th and Atlanta on Wednesday, December 11th. Join us!

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Posted September 10, 2013 by

You Have Graduated! 5 Stages Toward Landing an Entry Level Job

Now that your graduation is over and the cap and gown have come off, now it’s time to find an entry level job.  Learn five stages to be aware of during this process in the following post.

Featured: Not Featured Stage 1: Excitement, Eagerness and Enthusiasm Three months ago, I walked out of Kenan Stadium at UNC Chapel Hill where I was one of 35,000 graduates and their families to hear Steve Case, co-founder of AOL, encourage us to go out into the world and seek opportunity. So, in typical Gen Y fashion, I

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Posted September 05, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Are You Thinking about Asking for a Flexible Schedule on Entry Level Jobs? What You Should Know

There may come a point in the careers of young professionals where they may want to ask for a flexible work schedule on their entry level jobs.  It is possible, but they should proceed with caution.  Learn more in the following post.

New research shows that when it comes to employees requesting flextime, managers favor men over women. This is not exactly encouraging news. Researchers from The University of Texas, Yale and Harvard asked managers how they would respond to requests for a flexible schedule (in the form of a shift in work hours)

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Posted April 30, 2013 by

How to Dress for the Fashion Forward Interview

If you have been searching for recent college graduate jobs in the fashion world and have finally landed an interview, the following post has advice on preparing for the big day.

You have received a call back from your dream fashion company with an offer for an interview, now what? After freaking out for however long is necessary, it’s time to prep. read more

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How to Dress for the Fashion Forward Interview