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Posted July 15, 2014 by

College Graduates, Searching for or Starting New Jobs? 100 Tips in 3 Words

As college graduates searching for or about to start new jobs, the following post offers 100 tips in three words for your careers.

Sometimes, we tend to over-complicate things. Often, the best career and life advice, from the best mentors, comes in bite size, easy-to-digest pieces. Maybe just three words. And no more…

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Posted July 07, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? What Your Body Language Can Do for You

During an interview for an entry level job, it’s not just about what you say verbally than can make a difference, but also what you don’t say.  Learn how body language can influence this meeting in the following post.

The top candidate doesn’t always get hired. Sometimes, it was something they said during the interview that takes them out of contention. And sometimes, it was something they didn’t say – at least out loud. To understand the value of non-verbal communication, and how best to present yourself at your next job

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Posted July 02, 2014 by

Think You’ve Found Your Dream Entry Level Job? 10 Signs that Prove You Right

Let’s say that during your entry level job search, you find an opportunity that you believe is perfect for you.  How will you know if it is?  In the following post, learn 10 signs that prove you have found your dream job.

Many dream of landing the perfect job. But do we really know what that means? Is it a specific company? The size of the company, or the location? Successful work-life integration? Four-day work weeks? Maybe a casual dress-code and Friday happy hours? Surprisingly enough, ultimately our vision of a

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Posted June 18, 2014 by

Equip Yourself With Necessary Skills And Knowledge For A Lucrative Career In Web Designing

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Businessman standing in front of chalkboard with web design and other terms. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When you embark on a career in web designing, it is not mandatory for you to acquire professional web design education. The decision of acquiring a professional degree depends on the experience which you have. With adequate expertise, you will require persistence to succeed in this field. It is important that you are passionate about the career which you want to pursue. As a designer it will be your responsibility to create designs which cater to the requirement of the clients. Once you earn the trust of the clients, you can kick start your career in web designing. As you study web designing, it is important that you try out the concepts which you learn. (more…)

Posted June 17, 2014 by

College Graduates, 10 Tips to Help You Land Entry Level Jobs

New college graduates can put themselves in a great position to land entry level jobs by applying these 10 tips in the following post.

You worked hard in college, and now its time to begin your first post-graduation job. This is an exciting, and anxious, time. You’ll undoubtedly make missteps along the way. You will continue to grow and learn. And like every other major aspect of your life, in order to thrive you’ll need to learn the landscape…

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Posted June 06, 2014 by

Want Recruiters and Other People to Find You on LinkedIn? How to Market Yourself Successfully

Whether it’s job seekers looking to attract recruiters or businesses searching for new customers, using LinkedIn can be a marketing resource.  In the following post, learn some tips that can help people find success in this way.

Most people view their LinkedIn profile as a two-step process: Create an online resume then grow a virtual Rolodex of strangers. Other members – those more actively leveraging LinkedIn’s power – understand that LinkedIn offers a far more stimulating and productive online experience. These users see LinkedIn as a personal marketing catalyst…

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Posted June 05, 2014 by

Want to Get Ahead on Your Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Take You to the Next Level

If you are looking for a promotion from your entry level job, then you must step your game up at work.  In the following post, learn three tips to take your career to the next level.

We’re almost halfway through 2014, and it’s been months since most people talked about their New Years’ resolutions. How many of yours fell by the wayside before the end of January? It’s not too late to brush off those career resolutions and still follow through. You can still resolve to make changes at work

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Posted May 28, 2014 by

Want to Hire Millennials for Entry Level Jobs? 3 Strategies to Recruit Them

In order for employers to recruit millennials for entry level jobs, they may want to try three strategies found in the following post.

If you want your company to thrive, you’re going to need fresh blood. And in this day and age, that means hiring Millennials. But how can you attract the right Millennials to work for you? The hard-working and innovative young minds whom everyone is competing for? You may be thinking of the flashy offices

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Posted April 22, 2014 by

You’ve Finished Interviewing for an Entry Level Job. What Impression Did You Leave the Interviewer?

Now that you have completed your entry level job interview, how do you think the interviewer sees you as a candidate?  In the following post, learn what he or she might be thinking about after your interview.

During the interview, you do your best to make a good impression. When your job interview is over, there you are… stuck in the old waiting game wondering what the recruiter really thinks of you… Did I do as well as I could have? Did I make a good impression? Could

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Posted April 04, 2014 by

4 “Top Secret” Job Interview Tips

Jimmy Sweeney

Jimmy Sweeney, President of CareerJimmy

Focus on the moment.
Trust yourself.
Connect with your interviewer.
Thank the Hiring Manger for the Interview.

You’ve probably heard similar advice before. But maybe like Larry you haven’t explored what it means to put them into action—inside the room where a hiring manager is interviewing you for the job you want. Larry took time with a buddy to go over this ‘secret’ advice and then to memorize the points before he stepped into the employer’s office and answered questions about the open position for a retail stationery store manager. He had plenty of knowledge about the industry since he’d worked before as a retail salesman—but now he wanted to move up to management. “I knew that an offer for the job,” said Larry, “might hinge on my ability to put these secrets into practice.” (more…)