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Parents: The One Thing You Can Do to Prepare Your High Schoolers to Succeed

By William Arruda
Forbes

It may seem like joining LinkedIn as a teen is a sign that we’re making kids grow up too fast, but it doesn’t have to take up a lot of time or become a central focus. All it takes is a basic understanding of LinkedIn, a solid profile, and a few connections who are interested in being part of a future success story.

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HR Recruitment Tips for Recent College Graduates

Interview with Kimberly Smith Recruiter, American Public University Earning your degree is a big milestone in life. Whether you just graduated with your undergraduate, or you went back after years of time off to achieve your master's, the world outside of the classroom can be a bit daunting. In this podcast Kimberly Smith, a recruiter in the HR department at APU, details three great tips for keeping your head up when you're on the job hunt.

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Backup Your Fallback Plan

Looking for a job in today's economy is about persistence, experience, and a little bit of luck. The perfect job could open up at the start of your search, or you can spend months looking for a position that fits your backup plan. It's important to keep your mind open, and have a willingness to concede if the timing calls for it.

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Resumes – When Is It Time To Call In The Experts?

How could one possibly cram all of their accomplishments and work history into two sheets of paper. For most job seekers this is the hardest part of finding a new job. When is it time to stop pulling your hair and call in a professional?

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Holiday Job Hunting: Increase Your Chance of Getting a Job

Holidays are a great time to stay on the hunt for a job; while your competition vacations you can sneak in your portfolio.

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