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Posted April 07, 2014 by

Employed on Recent Graduate Jobs and Interested in Gaining Skills? 8 Online Resources for Your Education

Young professionals who work on recent graduate jobs and have an interest in gaining skills might find these eight online resources in the following post beneficial to their education.

Feeling lackluster about your skill set lately? How would you like to pick up some knowledge without all of the hardship of student loans, applications to postgraduate education programs and mind-numbing studying for the GRE? We’ve compiled a list of eight free educational tools that cover many topics, including programming, entrepreneurship, entertainment

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Posted March 26, 2014 by

Are You Optimizing Your Resume in the Search for Recent College Graduate Jobs? 3 Tips to Apply

For those of you searching for recent college graduate jobs, make sure your resume is given the best chance to be found by recruiters and employers.  There are three tips in the following post you should take advantage of to achieve this goal.

When webmasters design a web site to be found by the search engines, they call the process (science? art? skill?) “search engine optimization.” Appropriate placement of the right words in the right place is critical to search engine optimization – and to your resume! Here are 3 areas you can use this technique so recruiters find your resume

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Posted February 26, 2014 by

Useful Tools for Online Learners

Melissa Burns

Melissa Burns

Online education has opened many doors to the future for people who aren’t able to pay a fortune to go to college, but want to proceed with their education and earn a degree that will enable them to work in the field of their interest.

The popularity of online learning is ever-increasing. Many college and university students complement their traditional education with online courses that aren’t offered at their school, but there are also students who decide to take the entire course load online. Whatever group you belong to, you have to find the right tools that will help you manage your time and learn more effectively. (more…)

Posted December 31, 2013 by

6 Steps to Start Teaching Online

Melissa Burns

Melissa Burns

If you are getting bored by the conventional classroom methods, now is the time to explore your online opportunities and work your way towards becoming a virtual teacher. The number of students looking for tutoring and teaching help online is getting larger by the day, so this industry offers a great potential for you to reach your goals of spreading education and earn decent profits along the way.

If you already have practice in teaching and tutoring, you will easily blend into the online community. However, the great thing about online teaching is that you can also start as a newbie and be equally respected as the veterans in the industry. There are no boundaries to what you can achieve with online teaching – you only need to be good at it, explore your options and get updated with new online methods regularly. (more…)

Posted December 23, 2013 by

Can Learning About SEO Improve Your Entry Level Job Search?

To improve their entry level job searches, job seekers may want to learn about search engine optimization, or SEO, to allow recruiters and employers to find them more quickly.  The following post shares three tools for understanding SEO.

You know SEO is important. It’s present in every industry. It has personal branding benefits. And strategic social media knowledge is attractive to employers. Once you understand SEO basics, it’s a good idea to dabble with a few SEO tools to help make this learning experience easier. But the sheer number of

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Posted November 18, 2013 by

Recruiting for Entry Level Jobs? 3 Interview Tools to Consider

There are some interview tools recruiters may want to use for finding the best candidates for entry level jobs and other opportunities.  Check them out in the following post.

If you’re still assessing potential candidates with the traditional interview process, you might not be doing enough. These days, many free tools are at your disposal to help you find the best fit for the position. Forget resorting to asking those age-old, boring interview questions and start digging into exactly

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Posted October 30, 2013 by

Millennials Moving Towards Creating Their Own Entry Level Jobs by Becoming Entrepreneurs

College graduates, would you prefer getting entry level jobs as entrepreneurs or working for someone else?  If your choice is the former, then you are part of a growing shift in the job search.  Learn more from an infographic in the following post.

Millennials entered the workforce just in time. Just in time for one of the most competitive job markets in recent history, that is. At the same time, they entered the workforce just in time to to make their own career path, independent from the thought of “lifetime employment” and chasing some gold watch. This infographic from Rasmussen

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Posted July 22, 2013 by

Have Trouble Staying Focused on Your Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Improve Your Productivity

It can be difficult to concentrate at work when you are constantly distracted.  If you’re looking to improve your productivity on your entry level job or other position, the following post has three ways to tackle this problem.

Got focus? People who are able to focus more intently don’t just get more things done—they end up being more successful. When you get entangled in the communication web of social media, text, chats and email, it’s hard to get anything done, let alone focus on a project. It’s nice to be able to

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Posted May 30, 2013 by

Essential Tools Every Writer Should Know and Have

Businesswoman with notebook thinking about what to write

Businesswoman with notebook thinking about what to write. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Being a writer is a difficult job, especially when you rely on your skills for a living. You must be able to convey your ideas and make sure to relate to them in a manner that readers can understand. At the same time, you also have to ensure that what you write is believable and based on facts and information. Otherwise, you will lose your credibility and no one would want to read your work. (more…)