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Students and Grads Top 10 Companies

Resume Bear

When we looked at Top 10 lists for mid-sized companies (1000 – 10,000 employees) across different countries, some interesting trends emerged: The Boston Consulting Group & Facebook have the most global appeal to students and recent graduates – either of them appear in every Top 10 country list except Brazil. Tips for recruiters and hiring managers to engage fresh talent on LinkedIn: Post your entry-level jobs and internships for free on LinkedIn.com through June 2013.

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

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog How to manage a college education Posted to: College students January 21st, 2010 Del.icio.us Ben Casnocha has one of the most thorough, self-examined discussions about the value of college on his blog. He went to college, probably, because so many people told him to. Ben left college. But still, it’s tough to be in college right now. Thanks, community college.

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“Young and PIP’ed? Here’s five thoughts to ponder.”

Sklover Working Wisdom

years out of college and just started an Analyst/entry level position at my firm 7 months ago. Thirdly, because I signed the PIP, this means that I have acknowledged I am deficient in my role and if terminated/resign I will receive no severance or unemployment even though my level of commitment and stated intention of performing at or above expectations has not contributed to my receiving a PIP? Boston, Massachusetts.

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Explore the Career Path of an Architect

Career Realism

I work as an architect at a medium-sized firm in Boston, Massachusetts, and have worked here for five years if you include my internship and time spent as an entry-level drafter. I would have greater job satisfaction if I had a stronger role in the process from beginning to end, but that is reserved for higher level architects. I started college as an art major, but realized that architecture was the far better option for me, my interests, and my career potential.

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short answer Saturday — 6 short answers to 6 short questions

Ask A Manager

About a month back, right before the holidays, I met with a high-level manager from my previous employer. When I graduated in 2011, I hoped to work for a nonprofit or in an admin position, but the only place I got an interview for an entry-level position ended up passing on me for a candidate with 20 years of experience. It’s my first job out of college and I don’t want to act defensive in interviews, but I anticipate problems related to the work.

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bad recruiter behavior: deceptive sales tactics

Ask A Manager

He writes back: Always wise to have a strong process internally. Fresh out of a midwest college with very little idea on how to seek a job, I went to a big city “personnel agency&# and ended up employed there briefly. It was the sort of education you can’t get in college! On the bright side, at least they weren’t contacting you from Bangalore with a job candidate in Boston, for your position in DC?! why do so many college career centers suck?

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coworkers can't see past my Russian accent — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

This isn’t just non-american accents, I recently read an article that a lot of people go to speech therapy to lose brooklyn or boston accents because they feel like there are certain stereotypes or stigmas attached to them. That said, OP, it does sound like this is something that bothers you on a deeper level than just, “man, my co-workers really need some new material because the hockey jokes are old.&# Or Where did yo ugo to college?

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