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Your Interview Checklist

Have I called to thank the caller and confirm the interview time, date, location and name of the interviewer? Have…

This very well might be the most useful job-search advice you will ever get!

There are many things that you will have direct control over in your pursuit of that first job. Any mistake…

You have your resumé and your diploma…Now what?

The harsh reality as you leave school to enter the job market is that no one knows who you are….

Develop A Successful Interview Strategy

A harsh reality of the job market is: “You don’t get paid for what you know. You get paid for…

What is the salary? Good question?

Myth: The first thing you should ask about is salary and benefits, because if they’re too low, there’s no point in wasting your time.

Reality: This is always the question most graduates wrestle with. Remember, this is an entry-level job, your first. The employer knows exactly what they are going to pay you, so it is not a guessing game or a negotiation. You should probably have some idea about salary levels before you apply, but remember, you do not have much to negotiate with. What you really want is the opportunity to show them you can do the job.

Your Interview Checklist

Have I called to thank the caller and confirm the interview time, date, location and name of the interviewer? Have…


Unhappy college grad
What they don’t teach you in school.

Just graduated? Now your education begins. Now that you have graduated and you are entering the job market for the…


How to get an Interview

You will not get a job without an interview (in some shape or form). Learning how to get an interview…


Your Personal Time Management

It is your time…how will you manage it? Time management is a skill that you must learn to be successful…