Posts tagged ‘Entry-Level Jobs’

Three Tips to Help you get an Internship through AfterCollege

AfterCollege is more than a job board. It’s a resource focused exclusively on helping college students and recent grads find entry-level jobs and internships. Here are…

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Top Cities with Entry-Level Business Jobs

Following up on our post on top entry-level jobs for business majors, we compiled a list of the top cities with entry-level jobs for business grads.…

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The Millennial Outcast and the Job Hunt

I had lunch with my friend Becky Côté the other day. She’s an Account Manager & Recruiter at The Creative Group, the oldest and biggest specialized creative staffing…

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3 Costly Job Search Mistakes, and How to Avoid Them

The one good thing about unemployment? You’re not alone. Young people ranging from 22-34-years-old make up an astounding half of the 10.9 million unemployed Americans. Most…

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A Day in the Life of a Recruiter and Brand Manager

Trying to figure out what type of job you might like? Here’s a little trick that might help: Think about what people are always asking you…

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5 Tips for Staying Motivated in Your Job Search

Are you standing still? No, I don’t mean literally. I mean has your mindset come to a standstill? Robert Herjavec, Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank and…

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Internship? No, This Is an Interview

I spent New Year’s Eve in the backyard of my friend’s house surrounded by a multitude of people that I’d known all throughout my years at…

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Use Negativity to Your Advantage in Your Job Search

December 27, 2013. My birthday was supposed to be a perfect night, and I planned everything to make sure that was the case: dinner at my…

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Land Your Dream Job at a Start-up—Even If You’re Not a Computer Science Major

You’ve tried everything. Bootcamps. Meditation. Hypnosis. But no matter what, it just doesn’t change the fact that you are not a computer programmer and probably never…

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When Should College Students Start Looking for a Job?

Ah, college. A time spent learning how to cook ramen, do a keg stand, and make it to at least 50% of your 8am classes. But…

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