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What you need to do at career fairs

What you need to do at career fairs

Not only have I set up and run my fair share of career fair booths, but I’ve also attended plenty of these events in my younger, postgrad days – so I know a thing or two about what goes on on both sides of the table.

August 22, 2012 More
Thinking about applying for jobs abroad?

Thinking about applying for jobs abroad?

While I’ve worked primarily in the US as a hiring manager, I have friends in Europe and Australia who consider Americans for premium entry level jobs and paid internships quite often.

August 22, 2012 More
Tips for building relationships with your coworkers at an internship

Tips for building relationships with your coworkers at an internship

If you’ve recently been accepted to a new internship, you’ve taken a major step towards building your resume, making professional networking connections and securing an entry level job following graduation.

August 21, 2012 More
Fall semester is almost here – are you ready for your first apartment?

Fall semester is almost here – are you ready for your first apartment?

After several semesters of living in crowded, noisy college dorms, you and your friends may have managed to score your first off-campus apartment.

August 21, 2012 More
Tips for getting to know your coworkers

Tips for getting to know your coworkers

While working hard and showing up on time are integral parts of succeeding at your new entry-level position, it’s equally important to become friendly with the people working around you.

August 20, 2012 More
How to break the ice in an interview

How to break the ice in an interview

While it might seem nerve-wracking to walk into interviews for premium entry level jobs and paid internships for the first time, it’s usually not nearly as bad as you might think.

August 17, 2012 More
Three things not to discuss at the start of an interview

Three things not to discuss at the start of an interview

While you might be eager to get the ball rolling when you walk into interviews for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, it’s important that you allow the conversation to develop naturally.

August 17, 2012 More
Successful networking advice

Successful networking advice

In the job market, who you know matters just as much (if not more) as what you know.

August 16, 2012 More
Meet Our Talent: Part 2

Meet Our Talent: Part 2

a little introduction to our community   Name: Connie Schlosberg What are you currently studying in school or what did you previously study? I am one of those crazy moms who went back to school to get a degree. I studied Letters, Arts and Sciences at Penn State via their online World Campus program. After [...]

August 16, 2012 More
Three things not to do when applying to jobs

Three things not to do when applying to jobs

With so much information floating around about what you should do when applying for premium entry level jobs and internships, it can be easy to overlook common mistakes made by candidates.

August 15, 2012 More
Three social media accounts you need to find a job

Three social media accounts you need to find a job

If you’re the type of person who never understood the social media craze – always asking your friends how they could possibly spend so much time online – then you may be in for a bit of a surprise during your hunt for premium entry level jobs and paid internships.

August 15, 2012 More
How to earn a little extra money in college

How to earn a little extra money in college

It takes money to make money, and this is particularly true for applying to premium entry level jobs and paid internships.

August 14, 2012 More
Three reasons to take an unpaid internship

Three reasons to take an unpaid internship

It might seem unfair to not receive any pay for internships, but these opportunities are vital in your future search for premium entry level jobs.

August 14, 2012 More
How to write an eye-catching cover letter

How to write an eye-catching cover letter

As a hiring professional, I’ve seen my fair share of applications for premium entry level jobs and paid internships, and I can truthfully say that a great cover letter is one of your most valuable tools for landing that first opportunity.

August 13, 2012 More
What employers don’t like to see on a resume

What employers don’t like to see on a resume

Having read hundreds of resumes for premium entry level jobs and paid internships in my life, it’s safe to say I know a little bit about what does and doesn’t get hiring managers’ attention.

August 13, 2012 More

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