ResumeBear Tips For “2012? New Grads on Linkedin

Resume Bear

Some of the best of these include the Boston College Alumni Group and The Penn State Alumni Association. Students and New Grads: Become a part of Students and Recent Grads to get connected with people who want to hire new grads, learn about entry-level jobs available, and find out about news that matters to recent graduates.

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What are the Big Do’s and Don’ts During a Job Interview?

Career Alley

Author Byline: Boston Technical Recruiter. Article courtesy of the Recruiting Blogswap , a content exchange service sponsored by CollegeRecruiter.com , a leading site for college students looking for internships and recent graduates searching for entry level jobs and other career opportunities. “ Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential. &# - John Maxwell.

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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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Life After College: What It’s Really All About

Ms. Career Girl

It’s easy to assume that most graduates plunge into entry-level positions, careers, or casual tours of Southeast Asia. While employment rates for college graduates are soaring, a hefty chunk of newly grads ( over 70% ) find themselves navigating careers and internships entirely unrelated to their major. A graduate of Princeton University and Boston University, she recently moved to the northwest of the U.S.

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40 Best Career Counselor Blogs for the Brand New Graduate

Resume Bear

Boston Career Counselor Blog : Get some free career counseling that will help you whip your resume into shape, ace an interview and network your way into a new job. Read this blog for career advice that will help you work happier and healthier, whether you’re at the entry level or headed for management. This blog lists a different entry-level job each day, as well as helpful posts on a wide range of career issues.

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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. During my junior year of college, I applied for and was accepted for an internship at the firm I currently work at.

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11 concrete ways to use Twitter for networking

Blue Sky Resumes

Simply go to Twitter Search and type in the key words (for example, ‘web design jobs’ or ‘PR internships’), then check your chosen keywords every day. Looking for a Social Media job up in Boston. Are you guys doing any entry level hires?”. I don’t know how many job seekers are strategically using Twitter to network and advance their job search , but I do know that it’s a very small percentage.

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bad recruiter behavior: deceptive sales tactics

Ask A Manager

On the bright side, at least they weren’t contacting you from Bangalore with a job candidate in Boston, for your position in DC?! However, they want a certain skill and experience level and know that those folks are not looking for a low paying short term gig.

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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.

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