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Posted August 18, 2014 by

Looking for Jobs, Recent College Graduates? Don’t Damage Your Personal Brand by Making These 5 Mistakes

Recent college graduates looking for jobs can hurt their personal brands by making these five mistakes in the following post.

Understandably, many young careerists focus first on building a successful brand. However, it is just as important to understand what can negatively affect your brand, and how to avoid killing all the hard work you’ve put in so far…

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Posted April 22, 2014 by

Employers, Need to Hand Off Some Work to an Internship Finder or Other Employees? Here is What to Do

As an employer, sometimes you might get to the point where you need to hand off some work to an internship finder or other employees.  If you’re struggling with this decision, the following post has advice on how to approach it.

At first glance, not doing something yourself feels risky: What if it doesn’t get done? What if it’s not quality work? But done correctly, delegating can actually lower the risk in your business. By delegating, you’re decreasing the chance that you’ll burn out and that important activities only you can do won’t get done. Real control comes from managing risk

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Posted February 03, 2014 by

Obtained Entry Level Jobs an Entrepreneurs? 16 Lessons to Learn

The following post shares 16 lessons for people with entry level jobs as entrepreneurs.

Recently, the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) contacted top business leaders to ask the question, “What lesson would you teach your younger self about entrepreneurship, given what you know now?” From starting a business to keeping it running, their advice can help you wherever you are on your entrepreneurial journey. (Click here to tweet this list.)

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Posted December 13, 2013 by

Prove You’re The Top Entry Level Job Candidate During an Interview. 8 Traits to Demonstrate

Entry level job candidates, do you want to make a great impression during an interview?  The following post has eight traits you can demonstrate to prove you’re the top job candidate.

Companies continually deal with increasing levels of uncertainty and fewer resources. The result has been a growing emphasis on finding and hiring a certain type of employee: consistently effective, adaptable and enjoyable to work with. These people can be hard to spot in advance, but when an employer meets one, they know it right away. These indispensable employees tend to

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Posted December 09, 2013 by

Searching Jobs for Recent College Graduates, But Also Want to Build a Career? 5 Steps to Take

While searching jobs for recent college graduates, have you also wondered what it would be like to build a career?  The following post has five steps you can take for career success.

Recently, I led a career coaching workshop for accomplished women. They were worried about finding careers and making their way in work and life as they headed toward graduation. Specifically, they wanted to be able to “make money without selling out.” And they’re not the only ones saying this —

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Posted November 21, 2013 by

Trying to Network for Recent College Graduate Jobs? 16 Networking Tips to Follow

If candidates for recent college graduate jobs want to improve their networking skills, they should try using the 16 tips in the following post.

Common wisdom dictates that there are six degrees of separation between you and anyone on the planet. According to my father, however: “There aren’t six degrees of separation, there are two; you just have to think hard enough.” Like my father, I’m a connector, and would agree that regardless of how many people

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Posted November 18, 2013 by

Want to Find the Entry Level Job of Your Dreams? 5 Reasons You Can

In today’s world, technology can play a role in helping you find the entry level job of your dreams.  The following post includes five reasons why this is possible.

There is a paradox in our recent history. Many countries’ economies struggle to recover from an all-time historic low, entire industries are becoming obsolete and, for many, the perceived safety of brick-and-mortar financial institutions is crumbling. And yet, as one wave breaks on the shore, another swells in

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Posted November 13, 2013 by

Want Independence in Your Entry Level Job? 5 Tips to Get You Started

If you’re looking for an entry level job with some independence, then perhaps becoming an entrepreneur is an option for you.  Learn five tips to get you started in the following post.

The second annual State of Independence in America workforce study by MBO Partners* reveals that the independent workforce in the U.S. will grow to 23 million strong in the next five years alone. 3.6 million – or 21 percent – of this workforce is driven by Gen Y. It’s no wonder why: Gen Y faces some

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