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Posted August 26, 2013 by

Want a Better Approach to Recruiting for Entry Level Jobs and Other Positions? Try this Technique

Recruiters, how well is your recruiting going for entry level jobs and/or other opportunities?  If not so well, you may fall into one category of recruiting that is hurting your efforts.  In the following post, learn a technique that may help you achieve better results.

Hiring managers and good professional candidates often get dozens of messages and phone calls from recruiters each day, many of which fall flat. Why do so many recruitment inquiries fail to achieve the desired response? With a rather low barrier to entry, many employees in the staffing industry tactlessly push their service onto prospective clients without adding meaningful value.

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Posted August 08, 2013 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job? 5 Tips When Choosing the Format and Font for Your Resume

It is true that the content of your resume is important, but that doesn’t mean its appearance should not be considered when applying for an entry level job.  In the following post, learn five tips to help you choose your resume’s format and font.

There are so many things that you have to pay attention to with your resume. Is it error-free? Do you sell yourself enough? Should you keep that job in that doesn’t really fit because it fills a gap, or remove it? Objective or no objective? With all of those concerns, you probably aren’t


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