Archive for March, 2012
When searching for premium entry level jobs and internships, there’s plenty of advice out there about what works and what doesn’t.
Once you graduate from college, the pressure is on to quickly some offers for internships or premium entry level jobs.
As a post grad on the hunt for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it can be frustrating to send out applications for days, weeks and months only to still be unemployed.
When you’re applying to premium entry level positions and internships in a creative field such as design – whether it’s for websites, fashion, media or interior décor – the basic rules of the hiring process are somewhat different.
While the country’s economic situation has become tenuous in recent years, the financial sector is still in need of astute, number-oriented thinkers and workers.
While so much of the hiring process is done through digital mediums such as company websites and social media, there’s something to be said for an old fashioned job fair booth.
Now that spring has arrived, you’ve probably begun thinking about what your summer plans will hold.
If you haven’t done so already, now is the time to begin searching for premium entry level jobs and internships for after graduation.
After months of searching for premium entry level jobs and internships, it can seem strange to actually turn your attention toward working once you land a position.
In the world of recruiting, finding the best candidates requires more organization and analysis than simply posting a job description and seeing who applies.
If you just take a quick look around your surroundings, it’s not difficult to realize that advertising is one of the most successful industries in America and around the world.
There’s no exact science for determining which candidates for premium entry level jobs or paid internships will work out and which won’t, but there are plenty of tell-tale signs of a bad applicant.
The American economy has been performing well in the beginning months of 2012, carrying over a trend of steady growth that began in autumn of last year.
Since launching last summer, the new social media outlet Google+ has struggled to capture as large a base of users as competitors like Facebook and Twitter.
America’s economic and unemployment statistics have been unexpectedly favorable this year.