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College Students: It’s Never Too Soon to Start Your Job Search

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While your last year at the hallowed halls of education will no doubt be filled with numerous exams, events, and reason for celebrations, the event also marks your transition from a student to the workforce.

So savvy job seekers know that waiting until you’ve thrown your cap and returned from your post-graduation vacation to start that job search will probably leave you behind the ball.   

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New Graduates: 10 Steps to Help You Navigate Your First Job Search

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Just graduated college? Ready to start your first job search? Put some extra effort in planning your first job hunt!

The first steps: researching where you want to work and, just as important, starting the professional network that will support your career for many, many years…   

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Recent Graduates: Your Job Search Doesn’t Have to be Overwhelming

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Many recent graduates may have noticed that being out of school can be challenging because it’s hard to get momentum for a job search. It may feel a bit overwhelming.

Take a look at the ideas below and see how recent graduates, or soon to be recent grads, can sharpen their approach…   

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A Job Hunting Guide for Recent Graduates [Infographic]

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For recent graduates, it’s time to get serious. The good news is, it’s not as bad as it seems. A successful and fulfilling career is out there waiting for you. You just have to know how to look for it.   

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