PayScale’s VIP Blog Roundup: Do Hiring Managers Really Care About Your GPA?

One of the hardest things about graduating is realizing that many of the things you were taught to focus on, while you were in school, aren't so important in the real world. For instance, while a so-so GPA can keep you from getting into grad school or even from graduating in the first place, it probably won't tank your chances at scoring a good job after graduation. Find out why, in this week's roundup.

How to Rock Your Entry-Level Job

If you've recently scored your first job after graduation, you might feel like you've crossed the finish line. After years of studying and months of interviews, you're finally on the right path, right? Well, yes -- as long as you keep a few important things in mind on your journey.

Entry-Level Jobs With Good Pay

Competition for entry-level work is stiff right now. Finding a high salary entry level job is harder than at any time in the last 70 years. But grabbing the first minimum-wage, dead-end gig that comes along won’t serve you well …