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Posted March 27, 2014 by

Interviewing for an Entry Level Job? 50 Responses Not to Use When Asked About Your Greatest Weakness

If you are interviewing for an entry level job and asked about your greatest weakness, the following post includes 50 responses the interviewer probably doesn’t want to hear.

“What is your greatest weakness?” Just for fun, we decided to take a little different look at this question… and the answer. Using two words only, and with tongue firmly in cheek, here might be the worst possible answers to the worst question ever asked in a job interview:

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Posted February 11, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs for Recent College Graduates? Questions Most Often Asked and How to Respond

For job candidates interviewing for jobs for recent college graduates, the following post includes an infographic with the most asked questions and how to respond to them.

There is no doubt: we all dread the job or internship interview. So much at stake, and sometimes we want it so badly. The anxiety that comes with job interviews, however, can often be avoided if we just know what is coming. What will be expected of you? What questions will you need to

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Posted February 11, 2014 by

Interested in Specific Recent Graduate Jobs? Ask These 25 Questions During Your Informational Interview

Once you’ve found some recent graduate jobs that you are interested in, you may want to set up some informational interviews to learn more about the position and company.  The following post suggests 25 questions to ask.

Informational interviews are one of the most effective, yet under-utilized networking and job search techniques. Unlike a job interview, in an informational interview you will be asking all the questions… and the quality of those questions (as well as your ability to listen and learn) will determine how much you, and the interviewee, gain

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Posted December 06, 2013 by

How to Find an Entry Level Job on Twitter

Are you someone who uses Twitter to find employment?  If you haven’t had any success finding an entry level job on the site, the following post offers advice that could enhance your search.

Understandably, Twitter is now the second-most used social media site for finding work; only LinkedIn trumps tweeting for finding our next gig. But how many of us are leveraging Twitter in the best possible way to find work? We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Erin Osterhaus, HR Analyst at Software Advice,

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Posted November 14, 2013 by

Want an Entry Level Job as a Freelancer? Consider Both Sides of this Decision

If you are thinking about becoming a freelancer as your entry level job, make sure to consider both sides of this decision.  Learn more in an infographic included in the following post.

It’s been estimated that by 2020, nearly 50% of all work in the US will be done by “SuperTemps”, contractors, freelancers and solopreneurs… and it’s entirely possible that today’s young professionals will hold 20-25 jobs throughout their careers. There are definite advantages to foregoing the climbing of the corporate career ladder and

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