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Posted September 25, 2014 by

Finding Employment in the Legal Industry in Today’s World

Adrian Cruce

Adrian Cruce

The Internet has drastically changed the recruiting process for white-collar jobs. There are professional networking websites that connect workers with companies all over the world. Law firms can benefit from using such online resources to build a strong team of attorneys and other qualified workers. The New York metropolitan area has plenty of job opportunities in the legal sector. There are corporate law practices as well as smaller family-owned businesses. With the help of professional networking, lawyers can find job openings in the perfect company. Virtually every legal specialty is practiced by lawyers in New York City. (more…)

Posted May 08, 2014 by

Internship Finder, 5 Ideas that Are Not Always True About a Summer Internship

For an internship finder expecting to find the perfect summer internship, the following post has five ideas that aren’t always true when it comes to landing one of these positions.

If you’re like many college students, you may be deciding how you’ll spend your summer. Maybe you’ll go home and work a summer job. You might even have the opportunity to study abroad. Or, you could be hoping to land that perfect summer internship. If you fall into that last

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Posted April 04, 2014 by

Have a Full-Time Entry Level Job and Getting Your MBA? 4 Tips to Balance Both

You’ve got a full-time entry level job, while also going back to school to earn your MBA.  If you need some help with balancing both of these parts of your career, learn four tips in the following post.

Are you a current or prospective MBA student? Our MBA Corner is just for you. Students pursuing an online MBA face distinct challenges — as well as unique opportunities for growth — when attempting to simultaneously maintain a full-time job. The concept of a work-life balance is a familiar one

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Posted February 20, 2014 by

Hiring or Searching for Recent College Graduate Jobs? What You Should Know About the Modern Workplace

Whether you’re an employer hiring for or a job seeker searching for recent college graduate jobs, it is important to understand what’s is going on in today’s workplace.  The following post includes an infographic that can help employers and job seekers in the working world.

In part due to recent technology advances, and partly a result of the influence of the growing number of Millennials in the workforce, today’s workplace is nothing like professional environments of the past. This infographic from Recruiter.com shows how the face of the workplace is evolving. How will this affect your career? How will your job

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Posted February 19, 2014 by

Are You an Internship Finder Trying to Manage the Position and School? Tips that Can Help

The following post has tips for an internship finder to handle the position and going to school.

Featured: Not Featured I’m often asked about work/life balance and how to manage school and an internship. In my book, (All Work, No Pay), I talk about a few key pieces of advice: 1. Have a “can-do” attitude. You CAN do everything, you just need a strategy and a plan of attack. read more

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Posted January 23, 2014 by

What to Potentially Expect for Your Entry Level Job Search in 2014

If your goal is to land an entry level job in 2014, then you should be aware of factors that could affect your job search.  In the following post, learn some predictions for this year that can help your preparation for this process.

We’re not too far into the new year… this is still a great time for resolutions and setting goals we want to achieve in the coming year. It’s also a time for predictions regarding changes and trends we expect to materialize. Here are the noteworthy predictions for 2014, both from me and experts in

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Posted November 06, 2013 by

Looking for a Freelance Entry Level Job? 5 Ways to Maximize Your Profile on Employment Sites

Are you interested in finding a freelance entry level job?  If you have a freelance profile, the following post has five ways to maximize it on employment websites.

If you’ve been hunting for jobs on freelance marketplaces, you’ve probably found it both a land of opportunities and a pain in the neck. Freelance marketplaces offer hundreds — sometimes thousands — of remote job positions globally, which makes it difficult to sift through the listings. If you think you’re having a hard

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Posted October 09, 2013 by

Hired Millennials for Entry Level Jobs? 10 Lessons They Can Teach You

Just because Millennials have entry level jobs, that doesn’t mean other co-workers can’t learn from them.  Here are 10 lessons they can teach you in the following post.

Every time I see yet another blog or news article bashing the Millennial generation I’m tempted to defend. The reality is, however, they don’t need me in that role. They do just fine by – and for – themselves. So let me take this in another direction and say, without hesitation, that over the last

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Posted July 22, 2013 by

Are There Development Entry-Level Jobs in Africa?

The following post has job search tips for people looking for entry level jobs in development in Africa.

Gayathri, you are correct in your observation – entry-level development jobs in Africa are few and far in between. Many development organizations have a higher need for senior and mid-level professionals than entry-level…

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Posted July 11, 2013 by

Need Help Managing Workers with Entry Level Jobs Who Work From Home? 7 Tips to Employ

Even though working from home provides a convenience for some employees, employers may find it challenging to effectively manage this group of workers with entry level jobs.  However, the following post shares seven tips for keeping up with telecommuters.

Knowledge workers can now work remotely from anywhere in the world. Thanks to tools like Fuze, Skype and Gotomeeting.com, we can communicate in real time and face-to-virtual-face. And with programs like Google Docs, we’re able to work collaboratively at all hours. The question, then, is not whether we

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