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Posted May 14, 2014 by

Unsure What Career to Pursue an Entry Level Job In? How to Choose the Best Option

If you want an entry level job, but don’t know what career to choose, the following post includes an infographic to provide you with some guidance.

For many of us, the “What do you want to be when you grow up?” question causes pure anxiety. We just don’t know… and, more important, we don’t know how we’re supposed to narrow down our choices with little or no experience in the real world. And

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Posted May 14, 2014 by

Have A Realistic Plan To Pursue A Career Of Your Choice

Businesswoman writing a plan for a successful career

Businesswoman writing a plan for a successful career. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

An appropriate career choice is the key to a successful life ahead. To substantiate your penchant for a lucrative career, an important step is to have a well-laid and a realistic plan for career development. This is important because often the simple steps seem to be difficult to fulfill. These plans act as the blueprint of the path that you need to follow your career goals. With this plan, you can conduct a gap analysis that reflects the qualification and the skill that you require to fulfill the gap and also the skill that you have now. Thus, you will have a clear projection of the steps that you need to undertake to achieve the same. (more…)

Posted April 14, 2014 by

Haven’t Found Jobs for Recent College Graduates Yet? 9 Ways to Advance Your Career by Volunteering

While many soon to be college graduates may not have found jobs for recent college graduates, that doesn’t mean they cannot get some worthwhile experience in the mean time.  The following post shares nine ways to advance your career by volunteering.

Volunteering is a mutually beneficial opportunity; a chance to help the greater good, while providing you with great self-reward. What you might not know is that volunteering is well worth your time and effort in order to advance in your career, or transition into a new one. Consider the reasons why

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Posted April 04, 2014 by

5 Key Challenges Today’s Graduates Encounter

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Group of diverse students celebrating graduation. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

At times, life unfolds in clearly defined chapters, each defined by the things we are preoccupied with during these individual life stages.  College, for example, is a relatively carefree time, bridging the gap between childhood abandon and the real-life concerns facing graduates after they leave school.  While it is a time to grow up, college years are also set-aside for living out youthful dreams and enjoying the transition to adulthood.  As a result, graduates face several wake-up calls as they move from campus life into mainstream employment following school. (more…)

Posted March 26, 2014 by

College Students, Make Your Spring Break Productive for Your Entry Level Job Search

While college students should enjoy spring break, they should also make it productive for their entry level job searches.  Learn some ways they can do so in the following post.

James Franco said it best in his movie Spring Breakers: “Spring break. Spring break. Spring break fo’ever!” OK, so your spring break may not involve holding up a restaurant to fund your vacation or working with a drug dealer. But it can be just as productive. When you’re in the final stages of your college

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Posted February 24, 2014 by

Young Professionals, 9 Reasons to Hustle While Working on Your Recent Graduate Jobs

Even once they’ve landed recent graduate jobs, young professionals can find something else to do to benefit them personally as well as professionally.  In the following post, learn nine reasons to find a side hustle.

Andres Zapata, the owner of a consulting firm, is handing Millennials a golden opportunity. He closes his office every day at 5:30 pm without exception. Our generation demands a greater work/life balance, and companies like Zapata’s give us what we want: more free time. What’s the best way to fill (some of) the extra hours? With

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Posted February 20, 2014 by

How to Find Your Value When Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs

If you believe you do not have enough experience for a particular job, think about what you have to offer a potential employer.  The following post shows you how find your value when searching for recent graduate jobs.

Do you doubt the value you may bring to a potential employer? If so, I want to show you a wonderful technique to get past the “I don’t have a lot of work experience” barrier; a tool that will enable you to focus on where you do have experience that translates into something

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Posted February 11, 2014 by

Does a Student Need to Become an Internship Finder While in High School?

A high school student waiting to focus on his or her career in college may need to think again.  The following post suggests why a student should become an internship finder in high school.

College was once a time of self-exploration, intellectual curiosity and good times. Now, as we all know, it’s more about resume- polishing and internship collecting. And it seems this flurry of career prep is spreading to high schools. The Rat Race comes to high school That’s according to a new survey. from Millennial Branding

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Posted December 17, 2013 by

Finding Entry Level Jobs. How Millennials Are Creating Their Own Paths to Employment

In the current job market, young professionals are realizing that finding entry level jobs may take some time after graduation.  Learn how Millennials are creating their own paths to employment in the following post.

It’s mid-December. Soon, a new group of December graduates will begin to pound the pavement looking for work. And sooner than they think, a few short months from now Class of 2014 graduates will follow in their footsteps. Perhaps unwittingly, and most certainly out of necessity, many Millennials – especially those who have learned

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Posted December 13, 2013 by

What’s More Important to Your Entry Level Job Search: Passion or Personality?

When it comes to your entry level job search, what is more important, one that fits your passion or one that fits your personality?  The following post makes the case for why personality is more important.

“Follow your passion” is a popular career-related expression. The conventional wisdom goes: you’ll find happiness and a fulfilling career if you have the courage to discover your true calling. If you’re not brave enough, however, you’ll become an empty shell of a human being with a commute-work-die life. We’re constantly told that fulfilling work comes from

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