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Posted August 06, 2014 by

Searching for Entry Level Jobs? 9 Tips to Reduce Job Search Time

While college graduates should know that searching for entry level jobs takes time, they could reduce how long it takes by applying these nine tips in the following post.

Before the recession, the general rule of thumb was that for every $10,000 in salary desired, a person could expect their job search to last a month. Want a job for $50,000? Count on 5 months. Now, however, even for the mosg entry-level positions, the average job hunt these days is up to

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Posted March 04, 2014 by

From the Start, Make a Great First Impression When Interviewing for Recent Graduate Jobs

Candidates must understand that when interviewing for recent graduate jobs, making a great first impression starts before the actual interview.  Learn more in the following post.

impressions. Or rather, a series of first impressions. How you present your personal brand both online, and in your resume and cover letter is usually where it starts. This carries through to when you arrive for your first interview. One of the most important moments in terms of making an impression

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