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Posted September 16, 2014 by

Grads, Looking for Entry Level Jobs at Startup Companies? 8 Tips to Land Them

For graduates searching for entry level jobs at startups, the following post shares eight tips for getting them.

“Startup jobs” has 9,900 monthly searches, low competition, but it’s not easy to work it into a title. Want a job at a startup? You’re a brave soul. Think about it. Established companies have momentum: a well-known brand, existing customers, third- or fourth-generation products and resources. All of those benefit you. Applying for a job at

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Posted June 24, 2014 by

Help Your Gen-Y Traits Stand Out Among Job Seekers

The things that matter to today’s graduates when it comes to finding workplace happiness are a bit different than that of generations past. In fact, when comparing Gen-X (born during the mid 1960s through the late 1970s) to Gen-Y (born early 80s to early 2000s), there are a number of factors that make them very distinct kinds of employees.

While Generation X is known for its entrepreneurial nature, confidence, and self-motivation, Generation Y is more technologically savvy, can multitask with ease, and isn’t afraid to take risks. As a member of Gen-Y, you’ll want to learn how to play up those attributes to employers so that they are perceived as strengths. For instance, it’s typical for more recent graduates to prefer a workplace that provides staff members with a lot of feedback, has team-building exercises, and gives recognition for a job well done. (more…)

Posted June 02, 2014 by

Recent Graduate Jobs Allow You to Telecommute? 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Working from Home

For workers with recent graduate jobs that allow them to work from home, there are four mistakes they should avoid, according to the following post.

It’s been more than a year since several prominent companies made headlines by banning telecommuting, yet the practice remains a growing workplace trend. According to our recent survey, more than eight out of 10 telecommuting employees reported improvements in their stress levels, and seven out of 10 said that working at home boosts their productivity

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

Is Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur Not Going So Well? What is Holding You Back

If you have an entry level job as an entrepreneur, and your business hasn’t started out as you planned, the following post explains what is holding you back from success.

Starting a business is an arduous task and not for the faint of heart. With three-quarters of startups doomed to fail, you’re facing an uphill battle. New entrepreneurs can typically expect their fair share of stress, a few sleepless nights and any form of personal life to fall by the wayside as they work towards success. But that’s not

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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 24, 2014 by

So You Want to Freelance for an Entry Level Job? What You Should Think About

If you are interested in becoming a freelancer for an entry level job, the following post includes an infographic to give you some thought about making this decision.

Who are freelancers? What motivates them? What advantages do they have over traditional in-office workers? Why are they taking over the planet? This infographic from 24SevenTalent.com let’s us take a look inside the mind of a freelancer, and learn more about them. Take a look, and then answer: How well equipped are you

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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 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 February 14, 2014 by

Not So in Love with Your Current Job? 21% of Workers Looking for New Employment in 2014

Today is Valentine’s Day and while some of you will express your love to someone special, some workers are expressing a desire to change jobs.  That’s right, there are job seekers not so in love with their current positions.  So employers, if you’re wondering why some of your employees want to move on, the following post offers several reasons, as well as reasons other employees will stay on their jobs. (more…)

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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