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Posted March 17, 2014 by

Using Social Media to Find Recent Graduate Jobs? Avoid These 7 Sins

Whether you are trying to build a personal brand or find recent graduate jobs, the misuse of social media could be harmful to your career.  In the following post, learn seven sins to avoid when it comes this form of networking.

Until social media came along and made everything complicated, I had personal branding figured out. Using traditional media, I could make any CEO, celebrity or author look like a genius. If my clients didn’t do anything embarrassing between board meetings, movie premieres or book releases, I could keep their reputations — and monetary worth — strong.

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Posted January 15, 2014 by

Failed on Your First Entry Level Job? 3 Ways to Bounce Back for a Successful Career

If you experienced failure on your first entry level job, the following post shares three ways to help you bounce back to have career success.

As we young professionals build careers, we rarely (if ever) factor in the inevitability of failure at some point along the way. Once you realize failure is just a normal part of the experience, how can you make it work for you? How can you benefit from all the times that you have (or

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Posted December 18, 2013 by

Be Creative with Your Entry Level Job Search in the 21st Century

How can today’s entry level job seeker give himself or herself a better chance to find employment?  Perhaps through creativity.  Learn more in the following post.

Today’s world is a tricky one to live in, vastly different from the one in which our parents were raised. We were promised a world full of jobs, opportunities, and new and exciting ways to make a living. Now, it’s easy to argue that that isn’t the case. We constantly hear

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