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By Katie Lobosco This article was originally posted on NBC-2 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The name of your college and your GPA probably won’t help you land your first job. Only 1% of recruiters say those are top factors when hiring new college grads, according to a new survey fromRead More
This article was originally posted in CNBC by: Courtney Connley | @classicalycourt As the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, millennials play a major role in helping companies decide what workplace policies and benefits are best for attracting new talent. In a recent survey, job search site FlexJobs solicited responses from more than 1,100 millennials onRead More
This article was originally posted in The Motley Fool By: Maurie Backman (TMFBookNerd) Aug 8, 2017 Although networking is a proven way to go about getting a job, if you’re new to the market and haven’t yet established a decent list of contacts, you may be better off focusing on searching forRead More
By: Marcelle Yeager This article was originally posted in U.S. News  A job search can produce a lot of anxiety. Once you get through the preparation process of getting your resume and cover letter together, you still have work to do. There’s applying, networking and interviewing. You may find that,Read More
Written by: Lisa Quast This article was originally posted in Forbes If you work remotely and don’t see your boss very often (or work for a boss who’s not around the office much), it can sometimes be a challenge establishing a good relationship and proving your value. Here are six actions youRead More
Written by: Vicki Salemi @vickisalemi This article was originally posted in @Huffpost. As a career expert, it’s a really cool thing because no matter where I go, it’s like food: we need money to live and therefore, need a livelihood. What’s not so cool? When people don’t like their jobs. AndRead More
This article was originally published via @ForbesLeaders at: by William Arruda If you’re looking to hire the best in this competitive landscape for top talent, a recent LinkedIn survey reveals some important and surprising facts. In the study, researchers surveyed over 14,000 professionals from around the globe about their job-search attitudes and habits. TheRead More
You know you want to move, but what are you going to do when you get there? by Chirag Kulkarni @chirag_kulkarni This article was originally posted on Entrepreneur @entrepreneur Relocation budget? Check. Cool place to live? Check. Looks like you’re almost ready to move, except for one major issue: You need aRead More
This article is via Glassdoor by Heather Huhman Let’s admit it, we’ve all laid awake the night before an interview frantically trying to read the employer’s mind. With the number of job applicants who are actively seeking on the rise, being prepared to answer these questions has never been moreRead More
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In your quest of finding a job, simplicity is the key to getting where you want to be – fast. Any task too time consuming or complex just doesn’t get done. Worse yet, it gets pushed to the bottom of our ever-growing to-do pile so you find yourself a yearRead More