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Posted August 26, 2013 by

Searching for Recent Graduate Jobs in the Creative Industry? Tips to Highlight Your Resume

If you are searching for recent graduate jobs in the creative field, you need to pay careful attention to your resume.  In order to impress potential employers, learn some tips to highlight your resume in the following post.

Do you aspire to work in a creative industry? A job where you’re able to be innovative on a daily basis: social media, Web designer, marketing manager, interactive or graphic designers? Beware: the creative world moves fast and can be cut-throat. Here’s how you set yourself apart with your resume: 1. Portfolio If you work in

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Posted July 03, 2013 by

Phone Interview Mistakes that Could Cost You an Entry Level Job

While getting an entry level job may be the goal of your job search, it may not happen as quickly as possible if you continue making mistakes in your phone interviews.  The following post addresses some errors to avoid.

Written by Melissa Anzman You finally get the call (or email), for a position that you are super excited about, requesting your availability to chat with the recruiter and your foot is officially in the door. You are so excited to make.

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How to Interview with Recruiters — Life After College

Posted May 15, 2013 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job – How to Say More with Less

If you were asked to describe yourself on an entry level job application, how long would it take you?  In the following post, learn how to say more with less.

The days of lengthy cover letters and bulleted resumes are fading as employers ask job applicants to present their case in a modern and challenging way—by describing themselves and why they are a perfect fit for a job in 150 characters or less.  Borrowing from the style of Twitter (which maxes out at

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Your Guide to Applying for a Job in 150 Characters or Less