Archive for May, 2012
For many college students and recent graduates, internship opportunities represent their strongest avenue for building an impressive resume, making networking connections, earning a real-world understanding of their chose field and mastering basic skills.
As you approach the end of your senior year of college, your attention has no doubt shifted to careers for graduates that fit your education and interests.
As graduation approaches and you start gearing up your search for premium entry level jobs and internships, you’ll likely hear a lot of information about what is and isn’t appropriate job hunting behavior.
It’s no secret that the journalism industry has taken some serious hits in recent years – newspaper subscriptions are down, journalists are being laid off and most content is shifting toward free, online mediums.
On the subject of the job marketplace, the focus is often on what recent college graduates can do to make themselves more appealing to employers during the hunt for premium entry level jobs and paid internships.
After following the best resume advice you can find and sending out applications to several premium entry level jobs, you finally heard back from an employer who wants to interview you for an available position.
While your resume, cover letter and references are huge factors in the success of interviewing for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, none of it will matter if you blow the first impression.
In today’s competitive job market, your company can receive dozens of applications the second postings for premium entry level jobs and internships go online.
In your continuing search for premium entry level jobs and paid internships following graduation, perhaps the most important document in any application is your resume.
At the start of 2012, many economist and financial authorities were surprised to see that the country was experiencing slow but steady job growth.
As you begin your post-grad search for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, you’ll likely experience some frustration trying to get hiring managers to respond to your emails or even read your resume.
Teachers are among the most important and influential people in just about everyone’s lives.
It should come as no surprise that the world of hiring and recruiting have been forever changed by social media and online resources.
Unfortunately, the “poor college student” stereotype doesn’t disappear the second you receive your diploma – it can take months, even years, before you’re financially stable.
If you consider yourself something of a culinary expert and are interested in pursuing a career as a professional chef, there are a few things you should know about the reality of the position.