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Everyone has to start somewhere. And the first entry-level job is the first stop in a long chain of subsequent jobs to form that all-important career.

The good news for recent graduates is that their first job may not be that difficult to land this year.
The bad news for recent graduates is that their first …

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Graduates are in for some startling stats. Just before the 2012 graduating class prepared to complete their last semester, CBSNews.com did a piece called “Half of College Grads Can’t Find Full Time Employment.” That’s an eye-opener for college graduate who’s spent several years in class and tens of thousands of dollars (or more) on tuition, …

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Your resume can push a hiring manager to call you for an interview.

The Key? Action Verbs . . .

So many job seekers fall into the trap of being “long winded” in their career communications and job applications. Remember, bullet lists, numbered lists and clearly written sentences usually beat the pants off of the dreaded paragraph …

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When interviewing new graduates, hiring managers sometimes find work-related things to talk about can be a challenge. So, focusing on some of the less job-specific requirements and more on soft skills, drive, and dedication of any candidate can be important too.

The following represents a list of potential interview questions for new graduates.

Of course, these questions …

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Not surprisingly, IBM is hiring.

One of the most prominent employers on the planet, there are many (mainly) IT jobs available, such as software architect, information architect, mainframe software architect, and so on. Yet, the company does have positions within customer support, financial management, and sales accordingly.

As one of the largest employers, IBM has made its …

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