Nelson Mullins (Street Articles Author)
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Nelson Mullins is a former corporate hiring and recruitment expert who regularly writes articles on resumes, resume writing, personality development, and career in general. He is a father of three who also enjoys photography and biking. Nelson believes that while the employment world continues to be a rat race for applicants, it is important to always be equipped with new ideas on sustaining career growth and opportunities.

Reverse Brainstorming: How to Fix Issues at Work
Workplace problebehind of woman gesturingms aren’t always easy to solve. If you think you’ve done every means to fix them yet they persist, reverse brainstorming may be what you need. How does this method solve problems in the corporate world? What Is It? Reverse brainstorming isn’t the common gathering of…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 14, 2016  
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Essential Workplace Etiquette Professionals Need to Know
“Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.” – Clarence Thomas/ Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States Etiquette is a French term for “ticket.” Meaning, it’s a ticket of prescribed practices to a proper social behavior. In the workplace setting, it includes proper manner and behavior…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 08, 2016  
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10 Questions You Must Not Ask Employers During Job Interview
Job interview not only benefits your future employers. It also helps you understand the company and the job they offer. You can dig into details and ask hiring managers of the expectations they seek in new hires. When you get a schedule to meet with the hiring manager, filter beforehand…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Feb 11, 2016  
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Seven Keys to Stay Positive During A Job Search
Can’t stay optimistic and confident after months of unsuccessful job hunt? Don’t lose hope! Listed below are valuable tips to help you stay positive while you hunt for your dream job. 1. Relax and do not overthink your job search. Keep your job-hunting problem within the back of your mind.…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Feb 11, 2016  
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Resume Writing Tips to Consider This 2016
New Year means new chapter in life, new plans to make, and new goals to aim. To job seekers, this year is a great opportunity to job hunt and secure an interview. But how can you make hiring managers notice you? Where should you start? This 2016, expect that job…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Feb 04, 2016  
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Google HR Head Reveals the Worst Resume Blunders
Regardless of what job you’re applying for, a bad resume will deplete your chance to be included on the shortlist no matter how deserving you are for the job. Laszlo Bock, author of “WORK RULES!” and the Senior Vice President (SVP) of People Operations at Google, wrote an article about…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 25, 2016  
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9 Trivial Things [almost] Everyone Uses to Judge You
People are judgmental beings by nature. This is hard-wired in our brains and we can’t just shut it off. In fact, our ancestors used this instinct to survive as they assess if another being serves as a threat or not.praise and condemn keyboard There’s nothing wrong with sizing up people…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 21, 2016  
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Career Change: Why You Should Start Teaching English Abroad
If you’ve been teaching for some time now and you’re starting to lose interest in what you’re doing, it might be time for you to embrace a major change in your life. Teaching English abroad, especially to Asian countries, is a consistently booming industry. Every year, the demand for native…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Dec 10, 2015  
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6 Ways Your Cover Letter Can Ruin Your Chances Of Success
Looking for a job is such a long, tedious, and exhausting process. You need to look for a job opening, submit your resume, wait to be called for an interview, and attend interviews. But before you go through all this, you have to edit your resume and write a solid…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Dec 10, 2015  
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Job Hopping: The Pros And Cons You Have to Know
As years pass, job hopping earned a bad reputation with people. As if this is a sign you’re not doing well as a professional. Like most things, transferring jobs frequently has its pros and cons. Most people focus on the disadvantages, but we believe that the good and the bad…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Dec 09, 2015  
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Reverse Brainstorming: How to Fix Issues at Work
Workplace problebehind of woman gesturingms aren’t always easy to solve. If you think you’ve done…
Essential Workplace Etiquette Professionals Need to Know
“Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.” – Clarence Thomas/ Associate Justice,…
10 Questions You Must Not Ask Employers During Job Interview
Job interview not only benefits your future employers. It also helps you understand the company and…
Seven Keys to Stay Positive During A Job Search
Can’t stay optimistic and confident after months of unsuccessful job hunt? Don’t lose hope! Listed…
Resume Formatting And Job Application Advice
You saw a job advertisement online. The company to work for seems great and the job description is exactly…
Getting A Professional Resume Writer: The Advantages
Did you know that hiring a professional resume writer increases your chance of getting a job by 40%?…
How to Have A Successful Resume Writing Career
The demand for resume writers has been rising over the years. With an increase in number of job applicants…
Example Of Skills A Customer Service Resume Must Have
When applying for a customer service position, you’d want to let your recruiter know how much of a…
Tips to Maximize the Importance Of Cover Letters
When an employer checks through the applications submitted to his office, he won’t spend a lot of…
What Do Interviewers Mean When They Ask These Questions?
Attending an interview is a lot like walking on a minefield. There are several things that can go wrong…