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Congratulations! You got the job! Getting a new job is exciting. However, after the dust settles from celebrating this accomplishment, you have some work to do.

Being a new employee can be tough sometimes, but if you're ready to embrace the challenge, you can make a smooth career change. Here are a few tips to make sure you start your new job on the right foot.

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Sometimes, entry-level jobs get a bad reputation.

Think about it -- what do you think of when you hear about an "entry-level" position? Some phrases that come to mind could include "low-paying" or "low man on the totem pole."

These common stereotypes of entry-level jobs can hinder people from going after amazing opportunities, especially since there are incredible entry-level gigs out there that offer great salaries, benefits, and opportunities for growth.

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After going back and forth with employers for months, you’ve finally managed to land yourself a great gig. Congratulations! But you know what that means -- you’re officially the office newbie. [Insert dramatic screaming sound effects] Okay, okay --- it’s not that bad. Sure, it can be intimidating to break into an established group, it can be done, and you can do it! You just have to know what you should and shouldn’t do during your first few weeks on the job. (Find out what you need to do in order to GUARANTEE success within your first 90 days on the job.) From the moment you set foot in the door, your new co-workers will form an impression about you. That’s why it’s important to set the right tone from the get-go. There are a few things you can (and should) do in order to impress your new work peeps. Step into that new role with confidence, and challenge yourself to accomplish the following.

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