Out of College into the real world for newbies

November may sound like too early in the school year to be thinking about where you’ll go to take a job after graduation. However, Dan Schawbel, the founder of Millennial Branding (a leading research and consulting firm that focuses on Millennials or Generation Y, aged 18-29) believes that students need to focus on their future as early as now.  In truth, students should take action as early as high school, if they want to...

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6 Reasons That Compel You to Write a Good Resume

Imagine reading a document that just has a lot of information on it without a format, a proper language or meaning. Just plain simple information. You would never read such a document that makes you uncomfortable, you would rather just scrap it and move on. This is what exactly happens to your resume if it is not well written and precisely does not explain what you are and how you fit the job, expect not to be called. Hence it is very...

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Top Paying Side Jobs

When it comes to money, a little extra is never a bad thing! Discover which side jobs are the easiest to fit into your schedule and boost your earning potential. Infographic provided by All Finance Tax.

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Are You Doing Everything Correct in Your Job Search Process?

Today, when you do most of your things by just clicking the mouse’s button, finding a job also clearly makes sense. Since applying by just a click of the mouse is such a simple task, imagine the amount of resumes that the employer would get each day. Practically it is impossible to screen each resume through a human hand and hence technology plays it role and you never get a call back. Hence, just simply applying does not end...

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Ways to Organize Your Home Writing Cabinet: Cheat Sheet

Working from home can be much more time and energy consuming than working at the office, as self-organization becomes key to having a healthy work-life balance. No matter what your profession is, whether you’re a writer, a designer, or an IT professional, it’s important to organize your office in a way that it is comfortable and productive when you have to do your actual work....

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Life After College: Graduate Employment 2015

More than four in five 2015 college graduates expect to earn $25,000 / €22,800 or more a year, but only two in five 2014 college graduates earned $25,000 / €22,800 or less a year. Only fifteen percent of college graduates want to work for large companies and twenty-seven percent consider social networking the best way to get a job. Eight in ten 2015 college graduates expect formal training from their first employer, but...

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