Monthly Archives: January 2010

Book Review: “Relocating For An Entry-Level Job” By Heather Huhman

Relocating For An Entry-Level Job: Why You Probably Have To, & How To Do It by Heather Huhman is a fun, quick and useful read for any college graduate because—let’s face it, those 120 credits might give you all the … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

5 Must-Have Transferable Skills for Entry-Level Job Seekers Transferable skills have always been important during the job hunt, but I believe their importance has increased 10-fold since this recession began. For those who don’t know, transferable skills are exactly what … Continue reading

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Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

The Power of 10 By Nancy Barry Speaker and Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know As we begin a new decade, I’ll be focusing on the power of 10 in my columns over … Continue reading

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Twentysomething Crisis Survival Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

RINGING IN THE NEW YEAR On New Years, we tend to make resolutions which are usually promises to do something “more, better, or different” as our society seems to revolve around the notion that there is always room for improvement. … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – January

Top 6 Ways to Inhibit Communication By Barbara McRae, MCC It’s been said that what you say is not nearly as important as how you make people feel. Others intuitively know whether you value or discount them. Below are the … Continue reading

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