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1. How to Write a Resume When You Have No Experience
So, you’re out of college and looking for your first job. The first order of business is to write your resume. How do you write a resume when you have no real job experience? Find out here!

2. Job Fair Tips
Don't ditch your career fair! Job fairs, while time-consuming, can be an important element of your job search campaign. These simple tips will help maximize your success.

3. Sample Cover Letter
This new college graduate's enthusiasm for working at a particular company shines through in this sample cover letter.

4. Resume Tips for New Graduates
Here are simple answers to a few common resume concerns faced by new college graduates. If you have specific questions about your own resume, please feel free to email me or ask our readers in our Post-College forum.

5. Sample Reference Page
This sample reference page shows you how to list both academic and work-related references. Make sure the font & layout that you choose for your reference list matches that of your resume.

6. Is There Life After College?
Let’s face it. Life as you know it is about to change. Drastically. If you are one of the hundreds of people out there with a secret case of college graduation jitters, this article is for you.

7. Moving Back Home After College
Are you thinking about moving back home after your college graduation? Before you decide, consider your motivation and other options. Most importantly, have a plan for getting out on your own.

8. How to Write a Better Cover Letter
Looking for a new job? Cover letters are more important than most candidates realize. These simple tips will teach you how to write a better cover letter.

9. Sample Resume for College Graduates
This resume is a modified version of the chronological format. It is geared for college graduates who may not have a significant amount of prior experience.

10. High Impact Follow Up Letter
So you had an awesome interview, but they chose someone else for the job. WAIT! Don't just toss that rejection letter in the trash. If you still want to pursue employment at a particular company, even after being rejected for a job, try sending a letter like this.



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