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Posted January 23, 2014 by

Searching for an Entry Level Job? Starting a Blog Could Be Beneficial

If you haven’t found an entry level job, starting a blog might be beneficial to your search.  Learn more in the following post.

Want to get ahead professionally in 2014? The answer is swift and uncomplicated: start a blog on something you’re passionate about. A personal website contains all the wisdom you need to be a successful young adult. Specifically, here are nine important lessons I’ve learned from starting a blog: 1. I

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Posted December 31, 2013 by

What Can Keep You from Landing Recent College Graduate Jobs Before Other Candidates

If you’re interested in applying for recent college graduate jobs, be sure to show your interest.  The following post talks about what can keep job seekers from landing these jobs.

I have two short stories about Millennials and resumes. One has a happy ending and the other does not. If you want to free yourself from the crowded 20-something job market (and crazy-high unemployment), pay attention.

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Posted December 03, 2013 by

5 Types of Emails for Your Entry Level Job Search

During your entry level job search, you may need to send specific email responses.  In the following post, learn five types of emails you can create to use when necessary.

Tim Kreider lit a fire under the blogosphere in late October with a New York Times column called “Slaves of the Internet, Unite!” In the piece, Kreider gripes about young writers who contribute to web sites and receive no compensation. Kreider recommends aspiring young folk turn down pro-bono opportunities and

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Posted October 21, 2013 by

Landed a New Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Manage Your Career Like the Life of an Automobile

Now that you have landed an entry level job, how can you successfully manage your career as if you’re maintaining an automobile?  The following post shares five tips.

38.2 percent. According to Kelley Blue Book, that’s how much original value your car retains after five years. Hurts, doesn’t it? Just like cars, we all have a certain value at our jobs. Unlike cars, our price doesn’t have to go down. In fact, if we manage our careers right, our value can increase

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Posted June 21, 2013 by

Just Landed an Entry Level Job? Follow Tips from Car Salesmen to Have a Successful Career

You may be wondering how a car salesmen can help you have a successful career.  The following post shares tips to remember if you have an entry level job.

Picture this: a mass of salesmen, in their starched white shirts and tacky bright-colored ties, flocks to you as soon as you pull into the lot. They’re like zombies on the attack, hungry for your cash rather than your intellect. Although the common perception of car salesmen is

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Posted December 06, 2012 by

Campus Visit Trend: “How much financial aid did ‘they’ give you?”

CollegeRecruiter.comIn the current economy, it is natural for parents and/or guardians to wonder how much it will cost their student(s) to attend a particular college or university.  In the following post, learn how tour guides should handle a personal question about their financial aid.

Each month the Experience Team from TargetX will share with you a Campus Visit Tip, Trend and Talk. All of the “three T’s” are designed to give you a bit of insight into the work we do, the people we work with, and the places we pull our inspiration from. Here is this month’s “Trend”.

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Campus Visit Trend: “How much financial aid did ‘they’ give you?”