The Top Cities for Marketing Jobs in the US

Ms. Career Girl

The post The Top Cities for Marketing Jobs in the US appeared first on Ms. But these seven cities in particular are where you could have a very successful career as a marketing professional. New York City.

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MEMO TO: New College Grads

Ms. Career Girl

Let’s explore some of the challenges, and solutions, that new college grads will encounter making their first giant step into the world of work. There are thousands of jobs at Kroger one of which is a corporate level sales representative. SUBJECT: Work responsibly.

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Married To Your Major in the Workforce? Is It Time To Separate?

Career Rocketeer

They are the pre-med students that start their own clothing labels, or the apparel merchandising majors that try their summer stint at a coveted investment banking firm in New York City. What applicants do not realize is that there is very little correlation between the classroom and entry-level job functions. Each company handles processes differently and the only way to prepare is through hands-on experience with internships and entry-level positions.

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Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

Ask A Manager

I attended a well known, New York City area university.) It paid the same as most entry level jobs, and ended up being a really great experience! Yes, there are some folks who get a “job&# from a job fair; but it is always an entry-level job.

Five things you can stop worrying about when you worry about getting a job

Penelope Trunk

The New York Times paints this picture of the candidates and companies automating the sending and reading of resumes as a pantomime of a real screening process, except the stakes are real for everyone involved. More and more employers don’t care about your education.

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How to manage a college education | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

It’s not as tough to be entry level as it is to be, say, a baby boomer with 20 years experience at a newspaper, or 20 years of experience underwriting ridiculous mortgages. My new job isn't what I want to do forever, but it is putting money in the bank to fund my interests, and gaining me experience in communications. Imagine my shock 4 months into my new job when the hiring manager told me that she didn't give a fig about my degree.

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