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Kate Ross-Myers works for a New-York based human resources magazine. She has a broad experience in preparing resource materials on hiring, recruitment, and training. Kate also speaks on forums and conventions on employee wellness and growth.

Body Language at Interviews: Building Good First Impression
Body language says a lot about human beings. Sadly, many job hopefuls—mostly career shifters and recent graduates—don’t know how to project the right image when coming to a job interview. Which body movements can boost your hiring chances and ruin your job quest? Find out from the list below: Do:…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 11, 2016  
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Five Smart Tips to Handle A Horrible Boss
You can find horrible bosses—whether control freaks, micromanagers, jerks, or ogres—in any company or group. If you want to know how to deal with that bad boss of yours and improve your work environment, read these smart tips we’ve gathered from around the web. Try one or more of this…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 04, 2016  
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Workplace Survival: Dealing With Backstabbers at Work
“Don’t worry about those who talk behind your back. They’re behind you for a reason.” – Anonymous Believe it or not, backstabbers are much worse than workplace bullies. They’re like a disease that attacks your immune system without noticing it. Their moves may be slow, but are deadly enough to…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 04, 2016  
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What Employers Think Of Creative Resumes
To succeed in today’s aggressive job market, applicants must make their applications a standout. Other people do this by working on their resume layout and fonts, while others go all out with a cool concept or design. But how far should one go in being artistic? What Are Creative Resumes?…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Feb 11, 2016  
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Single Parents: The Best Flexible Jobs And Its Benefits
Being a single parent isn’t easy. In fact, it’s hard work. You have to deal with the emotional, mental, and physical struggles of doing a two-person “job” all on your own. But it’s like the world is testing your capabilities because on top of all this, you have to provide…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 27, 2016  
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5 Fields That Hire Highly Skilled Foreign Workers In the US
Workers from third world countries continue to seek greener pastures abroad to make ends meet. Many foreign workers choose to go to the United States believing that this country offers them better opportunities. True enough, the U.S. accepts foreign job applicants to fill in posts ranging from unskilled work to…
By:  in  Business  >  Careers Employment   Oct 12, 2015  
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How to Spot the Right Recruiter
Why do you need to find the perfect headhunter, and how would you know if you’ve found them? These are important questions that we need to shed some light on before you start your search for the right recruiter. Your recruiter must be someone you can trust to give you…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 03, 2015  
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Medical Resume Writers’ Remedies for Your Job - hunting Tool
Just like everybody else, medical professionals also go through a tough job hunt process before they can start their careers in the healthcare industry. They must write their resumes, submit their applications, and wait for days and months to get an interview. Some are lucky to get a job in…
By:  in  Business  >  Career Advice   Jan 13, 2015  
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Resume Writing: What Could Have Gone Wrong
Resume writing doesn’t need to be complicated. But most of the time, you find yourself failing to get an interview request due to a poor copy. “What could have possibly gone wrong?” you ask yourself. Here are some possibilities: You have oversold yourself - You may have put too much…
By:  in  Business  >  Career Advice   Jul 31, 2014  
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Five Essential Professional Skills In Resume Writing
Writing your resume is one of the most important steps in building your career after you graduated from college. As such, working on it needs lots of attention and analysis. You can’t simply just come up with a copy and be contented in sending a mediocre application to employers. You…
By:  in  Business  >  Career Advice   Jun 27, 2014  
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Body Language at Interviews: Building Good First Impression
Body language says a lot about human beings. Sadly, many job hopefuls—mostly career shifters and recent…
Five Smart Tips to Handle A Horrible Boss
You can find horrible bosses—whether control freaks, micromanagers, jerks, or ogres—in any company…
Workplace Survival: Dealing With Backstabbers at Work
“Don’t worry about those who talk behind your back. They’re behind you for a reason.” – Anonymous…
What Employers Think Of Creative Resumes
To succeed in today’s aggressive job market, applicants must make their applications a standout. Other…
How to Spot the Right Recruiter
Why do you need to find the perfect headhunter, and how would you know if you’ve found them? These…
Online Resume Writers: Top Characteristics to Look for
Can’t craft your own application tool? Sure you’ll turn to the Internet to find someone who can…
Medical Resume Writers’ Remedies for Your Job - hunting Tool
Just like everybody else, medical professionals also go through a tough job hunt process before they…
Resume Writing: What Could Have Gone Wrong
Resume writing doesn’t need to be complicated. But most of the time, you find yourself failing to…
Five Essential Professional Skills In Resume Writing
Writing your resume is one of the most important steps in building your career after you graduated from…
Professional Traits That Online Resume Writers Should Have
A professional in the writing field should not only be skilled with writing. There are also a number…