Archive for February, 2012
When you’re on the hunt for premium entry level jobs, it can be discouraging and stressful to spend months after graduation constantly sending out applications.
It seems that 2012 has brought with it plenty of positive economic news in the U.S.
Following up on proposals he made during the State of the Union address back in January, President Barack Obama plans to announce an overhaul of federal tax code in respect to U.S. corporations, CBS News reports.
When it comes to nailing a premium entry level job interview, how you act something can matter just as much as what you’re saying in the first place.
President Barak Obama scored some significant political points back in December when he convinced quarreling Congressional Democrats and Republicans to pass a two-month extension of payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits for millions of Americans.
If you’re on the search for premium entry level jobs or internships in the field of marketing, there are a number of steps you’ll need to take in order to score an interview.
Only a short time ago, few people outside of diehard New York Knicks and basketball fans could tell you who Jeremy Lin was. Today, Lin’s success on the court have turned him into a national phenomenon – prompting tongue-in-cheek catchwords such as “Lin-sanity!” What’s the secret to Lin’s success and how can you apply these [...]
Just about everyone knows that what you wear to an entry level job interview matters. However, even the most well-intentioned applicants can make fashion faux pas that can cost them points with hiring managers. Here are some items never to wear to an interview. Backpack While plenty of young professionals carry backpacks to work, bringing [...]
It has been months in the making, but members of the bi-partisan Congressional committee have begun putting the final touches on a deal that will extend payroll tax cuts, unemployment benefits and Medicare coverage throughout the remainder of 2012, according to CBS News.
For students still in college considering what career direction to take, the number of potential opportunities for premium entry level jobs can seem overwhelming.
Following news on Tuesday that Congressional Republicans agreed extend payroll tax cuts throughout the rest of the year, another shocking conservative turnaround could see unemployment benefits and Medicare payments pass as well, according to the Washington Times.
It may seem like most of your energy as a hiring manager is spent identifying and narrowing down applicants for premium entry level jobs at your company, but this is only half the battle.
After weeks of back and forth negotiations between Congressional Democrats and Republicans working on the bi-partisan committee to extend payroll tax cuts, an agreement seems to have been reached.
Though you might not realize it, starting a premium entry level job can take a major toll on your mental and physical state. If you thought long nights studying for college exams and finishing up term papers were rough, you’re in for a nasty shock with strict assignment deadlines, early mornings every day and the [...]