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Preparing for job interviews, relentlessly networking and successfully negotiating your first starting salary? We've been there. And more importantly, so have our expert authors and contributors. They're here to tell you how to best use social media while job hunting, supply you with salary negotiation tips which are never more vital than your first job and help position you for promotions, raises and career success down the line. And don't worry about being new to office life and the workforce, because our advice sections have you covered on everything from office politics to how to decorate your cubicle.

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