by Jacquelyn Smith ... via Forbes.com
From St. Louis, Missouri to Birmingham, Alabama these cities made the Top 10 list from Forbes.com that are best suited for recent college graduates.
Learn how to answer those interview questions that may throw you off track, and instead answer them in the way that appeals to the employer.
By Tiffany Hsu...via LA Times
New data reveals why Gen Y employees tend to leave their jobs after only two years.
By Andrea Kay ... via USA Today
When considering which career path to pursue, it is important to consider all aspects that come with the territory, not just the monetary gain.
Gen Y Hub host, Britt Hysen, Skype chats with the co-founders of The Levo League, Caroline Ghosn and Amanda Pouchot, about the opportunities their exclusive social media/mentoring site offers professional Gen Y women.
By Brian Clark... via copyblogger.com
Yep, we’re introducing the first-ever Copyblogger infographic. It’s about our favorite topic — creating great content.
College grads need more than a resume today to obtain that all-important first job. Career Coach, Author and Speaker Ford R. Myers provides 10 Tools that new job seekers should have in their "Tool Kit” from his book, “Get The Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring,” (John Wiley & Sons, 2009, GetTheJobBook.com).
By Rick Chezum ... via CommonFlame.org
In an article posted in the Harvard Business Review authors Teresa Amabile and Steve Kramer discuss the importance of recognizing progress made in meaningful work. They cite four important steps in what is called the progress principle.
Via Jobs at AOL
Job interviews can be challenging, in part because there is so much that can go wrong.There is dressing appropriately, of course, and ensuring that your resume is up-to-date and error-free. But there are other, more subtle factors, such as body language, that interviewers pay keen attention to.
Via The Tribune Review
October 30, 2011- President Obama knows how expensive getting a college education can be and revealed a plan Wednesday to help ease the expense of student loans.