Archive | May, 2009

When Moving Home Can Make All The Difference In The Job Hunt

For many from the Class of 2009, this weekend was the last “hoorah!”  College is over.  While some of you may have great jobs and apartments to move into, most students return home to live with the ‘rents to get over the culture shock of the real world.  If you’re moving back home, don’t feel […]

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Top 10 Career Advice Tweeple That You Need To Be Following

It’s that time of year again…Caps, Gowns, Diplomas.  The Class of 2009 is preparing to join the rest of us in this wonderful place called “The Real World.”  At Beyond Graduation, we have been preparing many of our clients for perhaps one of the most challenging job markets this side of the Great Depression. While […]

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Is Your Resume Viewable On Your Recruiter’s Computer?

Over the past few weeks, Beond Graduation has been reviewing numbers of resumes for the Class of 2009.  We like to think of it as our little gift to this year’s graduates.  With that being said, something crossed my mind as our staff began downloading submitted resumes.  Many of these resumes change format on different […]

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Google Your Employer Because You Better Believe They’re Googling You

In past posts, we’ve discussed the importance of maintaining a clean and respectable online image.  Whether it’s through facebook, myspace, twitter or your blog, it’s often perplexing some of the stuff people think is appropriate for the public forum . The purpose of this post isn’t to continue to hammer down the point of maintaining […]

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Paying For Internships? Your Thoughts.

While I’m sure this topic has been discussed in other blog posts, I have been amazed at the manner in which it has started to grow in college career planning.  It all started about three months ago when I read an article about parents in NYC paying $8,000 for their daughter to have an unpaid […]

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