Quick and Quintessential Career & Job Tips
Job-hunting tips from the March 1, 2004 issue of QuintZine.
CollegeGrad.com has announced the Top 500 Entry Level Employers for 2004. The list represents more than 120,000 jobs for the graduating class of 2004, with a substantial 12.9 percent increase in hiring compared to 2003.
“Entry-level hiring is taking a very positive turn in 2004,” said Brian Krueger, president of CollegeGrad.com. “We are seeing a large increase in the number of entry-level jobs available in nearly every discipline. While the market is still very competitive, the jobs are there to be found for those who take the time to do the research.” Employers listed in the survey results, which are posted here, are hiring as many as 6,500 new grads and as few as 10. But large or small, respondents have expressed their commitment to hiring entry-level college grads.
For the first time in four years, the tide has truly turned as employers are again singing the praises of entry-level college grad hires. “College recruiting is a priority for us,” said Jyoti Cox, director of recruitment at GEICO. “Given the current economy, we are fortunate to be in a position to hire a large number of college graduates into various career paths.”
The Washington Center is providing 50 competitive scholarship awards in the amount of $7,430 for students with disabilities interested in working in the executive, judicial or legislative branches of the federal government during the spring 2004 and fall 2004 semesters (scholarships are not available in the summer).
All majors are encouraged to apply. The scholarships will cover the full cost of the students’ housing and 90 percent of the Washington Center’s tuition. To be eligible, students must be enrolled full-time in an accredited college or university. Students must be at least second-semester sophomores, be U.S. citizens and self-identify as persons with a disability.
For more information and an application visit: The Washington Center. You can also e-mail email@example.com or call 1-800-486-8921. While the application deadline for the spring 2004 semester has passed, the deadline for the fall 2004 semester is June 15.
No. 6: Continue with your self-exploration and lists. Play a game in which you fantasize about how you would spend your time if you won a million dollars in a lottery. Incorporate this idea with the lists you’ve developed from previous tips as you dream and fantasize. Write out your million-dollar-winner fantasies. Continue to refine your previous lists. The purpose in performing these seemingly unrelated tasks is for you to know yourself as completely and thoroughly as possible ….to be continued toward how and where to find success…
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