MEMO TO: New College Grads

Ms. Career Girl

It’s that time of year when college seniors are looking forward to receiving their diplomas after four or more years of time consuming and costly schooling. Parents, college professors and the media have told them that a college degree is the way to a job that will bring satisfaction, fulfillment and a fat paycheck. 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.

4 Underutilized IT Staffing Tips

Career Alley

Entry-level Employees are a Great Resource. In a field predicated on technology, entry-level candidates are key. A smart solution would be to focus your search for entry-level, or those willing to take entry-level positions. Building a strong following is an effective way to create interest in your company, and makes sure that the candidates targeted, are top level prospects.

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6 Steps To Maximize Your School’s Career Center As The Path To Job Success

Career Realism

In fact, the competition for an entry-level position has never been fiercer. RELATED : What’s Up With College Career Centers? The not-so-secret weapon for college students to launch a career is a no-cost resource that is included with that tuition check your parents write every year – the Career Planning Center. That’s how I got an opportunity to intern with the Philadelphia Flyers – I was hired by a Villanova alumnus!

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6 Steps To Maximize Your School’s Career Center As The Path To Job Success

Career Realism

In fact, the competition for an entry-level position has never been fiercer. The not-so-secret weapon for college students to launch a career is a no-cost resource that is included with that tuition check your parents write every year – the Career Planning Center. That’s how I got an opportunity to intern with the Philadelphia Flyers – I was hired by a Villanova alumnus! The competition for an entry-level position has never been harder than it is now.

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my employee gives me too many status updates, staff asked me to fudge their sick leave, and more

Ask a Manager

I’m a senior in college who will be graduating in about five weeks. and I’m worried that it will be exponentially harder to get an entry-level job if I’m applying from Alaska rather than from Philadelphia because Alaska and D.C. Should I shell out money for a one- or two-month sublet to stay in Philadelphia so I can keep hunting for jobs? My husband is not a top-level executive. It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go….

Define Exactly What Life and Career Success Means to You

Career Realism

I worked for a grass roots community group in North Philadelphia. She told me that when she was in college, she decided that she was going to join a good company and work her way up the ladder. She took an entry level HR job with a company she liked.

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