Recent Grads / Entry Level Job SearchBy HRNasty
Recent Graduates / Entry Level Job Search
Life after college should be BMW’s and corner offices. Unfortunately, unless you know how to play the corporate game, it can be a jungle. How do you land a job with no job experience? What should I expect from my first interview? How much should I be looking for? What should I be doing at recruiting fairs? These questions are all specific to the recent graduate and answered in the blog posts below.
- One of the more popular posts for Millenials. If you the parent of a college student read this!
- What does a 4.0 GPA really mean?
- The stereotypes of a straight A student
- Why grades make a difference to hiring companies
- How the education section on your resume effects your job search
- How to work around a party reputation
- Why it is important to land this job quickly out of college
- Why you shouldn’t put off your entry level job search
- How a delay in finding this job will effect your future earning potential
- Public speaking isn’t one of the classes needed to graduate college
- Why so many students avoid this skill and why this ability is so critical to your career and entry level job search
- Regardless of your degree the top 3 skills that will actually help you land a job after college
- Why knowledge in these areas will put you ahead of your competition
- The NUMBER 1 topic that colleges do not have a class for that you need to for your entry level job search
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