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Education Jobs for the Non-Certified

If you have the drive and passion to teach but lack the certification, no worries my friend. There are plenty of non-certified opportunities for...

How to Prepare for an Entry-Level Interview

Research the company. Obvious, I know, but worth repeating: Take notes. Come with questions prepared. Be able to relay facts, figures and people of importance...

What do Employers Mean by “or equivalent”?

Q. What exactly is meant by the word equivalent in the phrase "four-year degree or equivalent"? A. When an employer uses the term equivalent, it...

Three Tips for Selecting Writing Samples to Send Employers

If you're considering applying for premium entry level jobs or internships in a field that requires some level of writing expertise, you can expect that employers will request a few writing samples as part of your application.

5 Ways you Should Never Describe Yourself in Job Interviews

When it comes to interviews and resume advice, one of the hardest topics to handle is self-description.

Seven Things to Know Before Writing Your First Resume

While it's not as exciting as learning to drive, creating your first resume is a vital step in launching your career. The process may...

You Received A Rejection Letter—Now What?

You polish your resume, sharpen your interviewing skills and land an on-campus interview. A few weeks later, you are invited to the corporate offices...

Internships: A Win-Win for Employers and Students

For employers who are looking for the cream of the crop among college-educated, entry-level employees, an internship program is the best way for them...

How to Stay Calm while Searching for Jobs

Searching for jobs and internships can become an incredibly stressful experience for some people.

How to break the ice in an interview

When you're dealing with recent college graduates who are applying for premium entry level jobs and paid internships at your company, chances are you'll encounter more than a few people who are relatively new to the hiring process.

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