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Jobs, internships and career resources for teenagers, college students and grads.
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First Job Ideas
List of first job ideas for teenage job seekers.

High School Student Job Search Tips A - Z
Here's a list of job search tips for high school students including the types of jobs available, what you need to apply for jobs, how to write a resume and more advice for high school job seekers.

Job Search Tips for High School Students
When you're in high school and haven't worked much - or at all - it can be hard to find a job. However, if you're a high school student looking for a job, there are things you can do to help yourself get hired and help get your application noticed. Here are job search tips for high school students looking for jobs.

Summer Job Search for Students
Summer job search advice for students including how to find summer job listings, how to apply for summer jobs, summer job resumes and cover letters, interview questions, interview attire, plus summer job search tips.

What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?
Choosing a job or career is one of the most important decisions you will make. If you’re like most young people, you don’t know the answer to the big “what do you want to be when you grow-up” question. Here are tips on deciding what you want to be, as well as advice on when and how to make career choices.

Academic Recommendation Letters
Academic recommendation letter examples including college recommendation letters, letters for students, letters from teachers, letters for teachers and other academic letters of recommendation.

College Career Networking
Tips and advice on how to start networking for your career while you are in college.

Connecting College Majors to Careers
Advice on career options for liberal arts majors, connecting your major to careers, and how to bridge a liberal arts major to employment opportunities.

Entry Level Job Search Guide
Entry level jobs, entry level resume writing and samples, plus college student and graduate job search advice.

How to Find a Weekend Job
The job search engines are an excellent source of weekend job listings. When you use the Advanced Search options you'll be able to search by keyword to narrow the results to include only weekend jobs listings. Here's how.

How to Find an Evening Job
The job search engines are an excellent source of evening job listings. When you use the Advanced Search options you'll be able to search by keyword to narrow the results to include only evening jobs listings. Here's how.

How to Job Search During Semester Break
Tips and advice for college students on how to job search, find employers, and network during semester break.

How to Network Your Way to Post-Grad Employment
Career networking tips for college students and graduations seeking post-graduate employment.

Jobs for Teenagers
How to get working papers, where to find jobs, how to apply for jobs, interview attire, how to get references, and more teen job resources.

Parents Guide to a Child's Job Search
As a parent, you can play a helpful role in assisting your child search for jobs. However, even though it's well intentioned to try to help, sometimes your efforts can have a negative effect. Here's how (and not) to help your child (regardless of age) job search.

Personal Recommendation Letters
Personal recommendation letters and character reference letters can be written by teachers, neighbors, business acquaintances, clients, vendors and other recommenders who can attest to your skills and abilities.

Sample Student Recommendation Letters
Student recommendation letters including reference letters, academic references, letters asking for a reference, and lists of references.

Social Networking Tips for Grads
Social networking tips for grads, including how to use your social media presence as aid in getting a post-college job, as well as how to be sure you're online presence doesn't cost you a shot at employment.

Summer Job Search Guide
How to find a summer job, including summer job listings, summer camp jobs, and summer jobs resources and advice.

Summer Jobs for Kids
Tips for getting a summer job for kids including the types of jobs available, how to get working papers, and how to find and apply for jobs.

Summer Jobs for Students
This year's summer job search has begun - and it is going to be a tough one for student job seekers. But even though early seasonal employers, such as camps and amusement parks, are already starting to hire companies still need summer help, and you can snag one of those jobs. Here's how.

Teen Interview Attire - What Not to Wear on an Interview
Images of what NOT to wear on a teen job interview.

Teen Interview Attire - What to Wear to an Interview
Applying for a part-time, non-professional, job is a little different from applying for a full-time professional position. Dress should be, at the least, neat and tidy. Business casual is usually appropriate.

Tips for College Grads Who Don't Have a Job
Advice for college graduates who don't have a job by graduation, including how to get help from your college, networking tips and job search strategies.

Top 10 Jobs You Can Qualify for Quickly
Information on the top 10 jobs which you can qualify for quickly, and how to find a short term training program in your location.

Top 10 Student / Graduate Job Search Mistakes
It's hard enough for college or high school students to find that plum internship or post-grad job in this economy when they do everything right, but it's easy to make a mistake and complicate your job search. Here are the top 10 job search mistakes students and grads make and how to avoid them.

Top 15 Kids' Dream Jobs
Here is a list of the top 15 kids dream jobs, and their average salaries. Does your childhood dream job make the list? Is your current job on the list?

What is a Job Interview Like?
Your first job interview does not have to be an intimidating experience. An interview is an opportunity for both you and the employer to decide whether or not you are a match for the job and the company. Here's how the interview process works and what you can expect during a job interview.

What to Look for in a Post-Grad Job
Advice on what to look for in a post-graduation job for college students and recent graduates.

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