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50 Interviews: Young Entrepreneurs

By:  Adam Toren Many of you know about the award-winning book that my brother and I recently wrote called Kidpreneurs, which explains Entrepreneurship for Kids (between the ages of 6-13). The book was written to fuel a child’s desire to get involved in business early by stoking curiosity in simple, engaging, creative, and safe ways. Young … Continue reading

7 Steps To Building Your Online Identity

By:  Misty Belardo There are so many personalities online that we admire and often emulate. However, building our own online identity is not that simple. It takes a lot of work. There are times when you think okay, I want to be like that person, so I will join every social networking sites that I can … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Shore Up for a Career Flood

By: Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter Ankle-deep in water, we waded across the ramp to our dock. The next day, after a satiating weekend of sailing, we returned to the ramp for departure, and alas, the water had risen to our knees. Granted, we had slept the prior night ‘on the water,’ and then sailed through the day, … Continue reading

Degrees and Expectations

By: Harry Urschel As recent college graduates hit the job market, and time goes by for some of them without any prospects, I often hear the expressions of “shock and awe” that they spent four or more years earning a degree and now they can’t seem to find a job! For many, they are surprised … Continue reading

6 Tips for a Smooth Transition into the Workplace from College

By: Julie Skowronek Two months ago, I started my job only two days after graduation with little time to prepare for the transition of the mentality behind college work to real work. The outside environment didn’t change for me- being right across the street from my college campus. Yet, the working environment did change from … Continue reading

4 Career Lessons They Don’t Teach in Business School

By: Jennifer Brown Banks Years ago when I graduated with a business degree, I fancied myself as fierce and ready for the world! I had been “briefed” on business structures, marketing strategies, resume styles, balance sheets, and the whole kit and caboodle. I was too hot to trot. Then reality set in. Although my college … Continue reading

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Creative ways to brand your resume and land the interview

By: Nikki Trotter Your resume and cover letter is the first Marketing piece that the hiring authority will see. Your resume will be an instant reflection of your personal brand and image. Therefore by creating a powerful resume and marketing your image in the best light, you will clearly set yourself apart from all of … Continue reading

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