Unfortunately, many career centers have misinformed new graduates regarding what a resume should look and sound like—so entry-level resumes tend to be plagued by bland resume formats and poorly-written, outdated objective statements.
Instead, a young professional’s resume should communicate how you can assist the employer with meeting their needs…
So what happens once you’ve landed that entry-level position? How will you, now a full-time young careerist, fare in your first real job?
This job will set the pace for your career not only in how you perform your tasks, but in your attitude and the connections you make. That’s where we, and our mentors – successful people with inspiring careers, come in. We’re here to support you…
Gen Y is the next generation of leaders, and we bring with us a fresh outlook on leadership.
I’ve had the opportunity to serve under a wide variety of leadership styles, and each of them has provided a valuable opportunity shape my definition of an ideal leader. So, in this post, I’ll focus on my desired leadership style, the rationale behind it, and the implications to companies big and small. After all, I’m probably not the only one who thinks the way I do!
Everyone can use some career advancement advice. This isn’t a list of fluffy BS like “don’t gossip,” “come to work early,” “be a team player,” “always meet deadlines,” etc.
And that’s why I’m happy to share these 10 career advancement techniques that I’ve personally used to get the attention of senior-level executives.
As a result I have been given opportunities that many other employees don’t get until they have been with a company for years.
While there’s no way to truly experience the organization before accepting an offer, what can job seekers do to better estimate what the new job will be like? The following questions are designed to help you find out what you need to know about your responsibilities on the job, in the workplace environment, and as part of company culture:
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Travel requests, invoices, answering phones, scheduling meetings, running around to collect signatures. These are all common tasks delegated to none other than the new-to-the-workforce Gen-Yer.
So what do we do?