Free Job Search Videos Available: CollegeGrad.Com

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<p><b>Milwaukee &mdash; March 1</b><br/>CollegeGrad.com, an entry-level job site, has announced a new job-seeker resource &mdash; job search videos &mdash; now available for free to job seekers and broadcast media.</p> <p>In addition to more than 2,000 pages of free entry-level job search advice, CollegeGrad.com now offers video resources.&nbsp; </p><p>There are 35 custom Job Search Minute videos available, with at least 25 more to be added within the next two months.&nbsp; </p><p>Each video is about 1 minute long and provides entry-level job seekers quick, practical advice on topics related to resume preparation, interview preparation, answering tough interview questions and more. </p> <p>Also available are instructional videos on more than 350 different careers and industries.</p> <p>&quot;The job-search videos enable job seekers to get quick answers to tough questions,&quot; said Brian Krueger, CollegeGrad.com president. &quot;These videos outline direct job search approaches that can be put to use immediately.&nbsp; And they do learn this information in a minute or less.&quot;</p> <p>Radio and TV stations are invited to use these videos for free to add to their regular broadcast schedule.</p> <p>&quot;So far, some of our most popular videos are about general interview preparation and answering tough interview questions,&quot; Krueger said. &quot;We&#39;re encouraging media outlets to run these videos to fill out their scheduling on jobs and careers.&quot;</p>

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