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How much does experience matter with new hires?

How much does experience matter with new hires?

When you’re looking to hire graduates and offering premium entry level jobs, it can be hard to know how much experience you should expect from new hires.

January 31, 2014 More
How to draw in young employees for entry level jobs

How to draw in young employees for entry level jobs

Young employees, whether in search of premium entry level jobs or internships, could be an excellent addition to your office.

January 31, 2014 More
Three tips for getting the most out of a career fair as an employer

Three tips for getting the most out of a career fair as an employer

A college career fair can be an excellent place to pick up new employees or even interns.

January 31, 2014 More
Navigating social media to bring in new, young talent

Navigating social media to bring in new, young talent

Over the past six years, social media has completely redefined how many people live their lives.

January 31, 2014 More
Top interview mistakes to avoid

Top interview mistakes to avoid

When it comes to landing your first entry-level position just after college, there are a number of important factors that can either make or break your chances during an interview.

January 30, 2014 More
What types of colleges should you apply to?

What types of colleges should you apply to?

As you wade deeper into the college application process, you’ll have to narrow down a list of potential schools that interest you.

January 28, 2014 More
New skills to brush up on before re-entering the job market

New skills to brush up on before re-entering the job market

At some point, many mid-level employees decide to pursue new jobs or higher education.

January 22, 2014 More
How to maximize the job hunt

How to maximize the job hunt

Looking at the most prosperous people in the world, it’s easy to wonder how they got to where they are. While some of their circumstances may be vastly different from others, they all share various common habits that make them the most elite and super successful people alive today. Here are some examples of how [...]

January 20, 2014 More
Keep yourself sharp while looking for work with these post college activities

Keep yourself sharp while looking for work with these post college activities

If you’re waiting for jobs for entry level graduates to open up, you’ve probably got a lot of time on your hands in between cruising job listings and contacting anyone who may be able to hook you up.

January 15, 2014 More
Cautious hiring leads more upbeat 2014 jobs forecast

Cautious hiring leads more upbeat 2014 jobs forecast

For what feels like the first time in forever, job growth in the U.S. is healthy. Through November, the economy had added more than 2 million jobs in 2013. With 2014 fresh out of the gates, it’s time to examine the forecast for employment in the coming year. More jobs, better quality The most optimistic [...]

January 13, 2014 More
Five best ways to celebrate a canceled class

Five best ways to celebrate a canceled class

Chilly weather is encroaching on college campuses more and more every day.

January 9, 2014 More
Great European study abroad cities for English speakers

Great European study abroad cities for English speakers

So you really want to study abroad for a semester or year in Europe – except you never really got the hang of high school Spanish and French isn’t really your forte.

January 7, 2014 More
Five great ways to stay productive when classes are canceled

Five great ways to stay productive when classes are canceled

It’s still winter, and there’s no telling when a nor’easter might make its way across your campus, dumping enough snow that classes are canceled.

January 2, 2014 More