Posted by Willy Franzen on November 12, 2009. Jobs updated daily.
|Entry Level Technical Support/CSR|
|Project Manager - Human Resources|
|Team Lead Accounts Receivable|
Salt Lake City, UT
|Strategy Consultant 4- Corporate Strategy Project Team Lead|
New York, NY
Salt Lake City, UT
|Studio Advisor - Front Desk/Receptionist|
|Inside Sales (Hot Leads)|
Today is the two year anniversary of the launch of One Day, One Job! I started working on a job search related project in late May of 2007 (how do you like that old logo?); however, the entire concept didn’t come to fruition until November 12th, 2007 when I featured entry level jobs at InsideTrack. Since then I’ve taken a look at 730 more companies and their employment offerings for new college grads (see all of our entry level employer profiles). In that same time I’ve reached more than a million job seekers with my content, received a ton of press, signed a deal to write a Career Development textbook, and, most importantly, created my own entry level job.
Thank you all for reading and helping me make this a reality. Without you I wouldn’t have my entry level job.
One Day, One Job was created as a resource for people who are seeking employment—not entrepreneurs. With that said, I’ve learned a lot about entrepreneurship over the last two years, and I’ve reinforced my feeling that entrepreneurship is a great option for some recent college graduates.
Being an entrepreneur is not easy, and making your venture profitable takes a lot longer than you ever expect it will (I’m barely there).
Still, entrepreneurship has allowed me to reach a level of “experience” that I could have never achieved in an entry level job. It’s not something that I would recommend for most of you, but if you’ve ever had any questions about starting your own business, I want to answer them. Although One Day, One Job isn’t hiring (unless you are confident that you can immediately drive revenue, then contact me ASAP), I want to put the spotlight on my own company today.
If you have any questions about creating your own entry level job through entrepreneurship, I’d love to answer them. You can post your questions in the comments below, or you can e-mail me at email@example.com if you don’t want to post your question publicly.
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