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Posted September 16, 2014 by

About to Graduate from College and Want an Entry Level Job In Freelance? 7 Steps to Follow

If you are about to graduate from college and have an interest in getting an entry level job freelancing, the following post has seven steps to move forward in your search.

You have many good reasons to start your freelance career as soon as (or even before) you graduate college. Even if you’d prefer to work an office job or want to explore another type of traditional employment setting, think of how “running your own business” will look on your resume. Plus, as you trudge

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Posted September 10, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? Ask Your Interviewer These 5 Questions

When interviewing for an entry level job, a candidate should consider asking these five questions in the following post.

Some of the best advice ever shared among job seekers: when in a job interview, interview the employer right back. After all, you’re the one who is potentially going to fill this position. You need to know if this job at this company is a good fit for you, right?

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Posted August 20, 2014 by

Not Qualified Enough to Land Your Dream Entry Level Job? 3 Tips to Stand Out from Other Job Seekers

If you don’t believe you can land the entry level job of your dreams because you’re not qualified, think again.  The following post shares three tips to help you stand out from other job seekers.

“Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle.” — Abraham Lincoln If all you did was submit your cover letter and resume, you’re screwed. Why? Because someone out there speaks one more language, has a one point higher GPA or has one more year

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Posted June 05, 2014 by

4 Tips Employers Can Use in Hiring Candidates for Entry Level Jobs

There are various factors employers might consider when hiring candidates for entry level jobs.  In the following post, learn four tips they can use in decision making.

Congratulations! You’ve already rounded a few hurdles of starting a business — you’ve made the decision it’s something you’re motivated to do and you’ve set the wheels in motion to make it happen. The type of business you’re starting will determine the type of employee you need and their skill set — even whether you need one or more.

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Posted May 27, 2014 by

Not Getting Promoted from Your Entry Level Job? 9 Reasons that Could Explain Why

If you believe you deserve a promotion from your entry level job but haven’t received one, there are nine reasons in the following post that could explain why.

Have you ever felt stuck at your job? You know, when you feel like you aren’t moving forward in your current position, but you know you’d excel if awarded a promotion. When promotion season enters your office, it can be an exciting yet stressful time. You personally feel like you have a lot

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Posted May 20, 2014 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job? How Your Resume Can Pass the 7 Second Test

If you are applying for an entry level job, make sure your resume can pass the seven second test.  Learn how it can in the following post.

Depending on who you listen to, it is widely believed that an applicant has between 6 and 10 seconds to impress the resume reader – the recruiter. Here, then, is my version of the 7-second test… and exactly what I look for, step-by-step, when I glance at a resume – and determine

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Posted April 30, 2014 by

Young Professionals, Worried about Losing Your Recent Graduate Jobs? Here is What You Can Do

Young professionals who hear about their recent graduate jobs being at risk should take a look at the following post to learn what they can do in this situation.

By Michael VanBruaene, Big4.com Guest Blogger When you see and sense that you may be terminated in the near future, there are actions you can take to prepare for the termination and position yourself to successfully move forward.  It’s important that you have a mind-set that positions you to be effective

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Posted April 30, 2014 by

Have or about to Earn Your Business Degree? Entry Level Jobs that Might Interest You

If you have or are about to earn a degree in business, the following post has some entry level jobs you may want to consider.

It’s natural to wonder what entry level jobs will help you best utilize your business degree. Learn about top entry level business administration jobs here.

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Posted March 19, 2014 by

Using Phone Referrals to Recruit Candidates for Jobs for Recent College Graduates? 5 Tips to Increase Them

Recruiters, if you’re wondering how to increase your phone referrals to find candidates for jobs for recent college graduates, learn five tips in the following post.

Referrals are a vital part of recruiting. Not everyone you speak with on the phone will be the right fit for a job, so the best way to increase the number of qualified candidates you’re able to reach is to ask for referrals. People you’re referred to will be more receptive to hearing about the opportunity you’re calling about

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Posted March 04, 2014 by

Writing Resumes for Recent College Graduate Jobs? Show Your Personal Brand

If you are writing resumes for recent college graduate jobs, be sure to highlight your personal brand to stand out from the competition.  Learn more in the following post.

Here’s a great resume tip from Shawnice Meador, Director of Career Management and Leadership Development at MBA@UNC. To stand out among your career competition, your resume should show employers more than just your skills and experience. Your resume should paint a picture that describes “who you are, if you will fit the company atmosphere and job position,” Meador

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