Myth Busted: 5 Job Search Tips That Are All Lies
You’re finally getting off the couch and looking for a job—Yay you! Problem is; you don’t know what to do or…
8 Resume Writing Tips That Work for Nurses
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Five Smart Tips to Handle A Horrible Boss
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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 every means to…
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…
Top 10 Highest - paying Jobs In the US
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The Best Way to Find A Job — How to Make A Resume
If you’re out of work or stuck in a career you hate, chances are you’re looking for the best way to find a job. One of the first items on your to-do list should be learning how to make a resume. You may not realize it, but experts in the…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Apr 25, 2011  
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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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Tips On Cover Letters
Good day in this article we are going to discuss the importance of cover letters. We shall share some tips and why the cover letter could indeed be the tool that gets you the interview in the first place. In today's market there appears to be a trend where people…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jun 18, 2012  
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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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How to Make Your Resume Excellent In Just 6 Steps
Teyeglasses on top of a resumeo say that the job market is tough is an understatement. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of people who can be vying for the same position in a prestigious company so standing out has never been more important. But how will you accomplish that…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Nov 10, 2015  
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Format Of A Resume — One Simple Change Can Get You An Interview
Everyone looking for employment wants to know which format of a resume leads to good job interviews. A good number of job seekers spend their time deciding whether they should build a chronological resume or write a functional resume. They don’t even consider a third type of resume that will…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   May 06, 2011  
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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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10 Things Introverts Can Do to Be Seen at Work
A lot of people believe that the field of medicine is ruled by extroverts. There is some truth to this, especially since medical school is filled with group activities, impromptu questions, and constant communication with classmates. Having the ability to work with others and think quickly on your feet are…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Oct 05, 2015  
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Jobless And Searching: Job Hunting is A Lot Like Dating
This is it! After taking many chances, someone called you in to meet. Suddenly you felt happy, anxious, scared, and worried at the same time. What are you going to wear? Is that person nice? How should you introduce yourself? Questions that popped out your head make you restless. Then…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 11, 2016  
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11 Reasons to Stay at Your Job (even If You Hate It)
“I hate my job and I will leave this place!” How many times have you heard someone say that line? To some people, too often. It’s unfortunate how rare it is for someone to come across another individual who genuinely loves what he/she is doing, in a place that he/she…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 21, 2016  
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A Resume Website Can Change A Person's Career
Many people haven't been taught how to write excellent resumes. It is not a set of skills that is going to come naturally to anyone. What constitutes the ideal resume has actually managed to change with time, so it isn't surprising that it's a skill that people are going to…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jun 26, 2015  
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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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Creating An Online Resume
Numbers Never Lie 80% of job openings are never advertised, therefore, you just cannot be relying on a paper resume in this day and age and still consider yourself in the game, you're far behind the level of the game. When applying for any given job you are "competing" with…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Nov 15, 2015  
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10 Tips - How to Write A Good CV
If you’re job hunting, learning how to write a good CV (Curriculum Vitae) is an important part of the process. The CV is your opportunity to create a good impression with a potential employer so that they want to know more about you and invite you for interview. It makes…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 05, 2011  
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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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Top 10 Highest - paying Jobs In the US
They say, “Money makes the world go round”. We neglected this adage before, because it goes against the morality of being selfless. However, in our economy’s situation today, who wouldn’t agree to this saying? Still, money should not be the basis for satisfaction. But, if you’re looking for a job…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Oct 05, 2015  
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7 Things You Should Do Before You Ditch Your Old Job
Planning ahead of your departure will allow you to leave on good terms with your employer. Though other people may not find a graceful exit necessary, you will find it beneficial especially when you need a good reference from your former boss in the future. Do you want to quit…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 11, 2016  
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11 Reasons to Stay at Your Job (even If You Hate It)
“I hate my job and I will leave this place!” How many times have you heard someone say that line? To some people, too often. It’s unfortunate how rare it is for someone to come across another individual who genuinely loves what he/she is doing, in a place that he/she…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 21, 2016  
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Myth Busted: 5 Job Search Tips That Are All Lies
You’re finally getting off the couch and looking for a job—Yay you! Problem is; you don’t know what to do or where to start. Don’t lose hope just yet, because your helpful friends and family are willing to offer you job hunting advice for absolutely free! Wonderful—unless they don’t know…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 03, 2015  
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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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8 Common Resume Killers You Should Steer Clear Of
When you leave your house open and unguarded, criminals will crawl in. The situation is similar to your resume. If you don’t follow the right format, put in wrong information, and fail to proofread, these serial killers will murder your chances of getting an interview. According to an online job…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Nov 20, 2015  
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12 Common CV Mistakes to Avoid
When you send off your CV (Curriculum Vitae) to a prospective employer or job agency, you want them to be so impressed with your skills, experience and enthusiasm that they want to know more about you and invite you for interview. However, if you send in a CV that is…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 05, 2011  
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8 Things Hiring Managers Don’t Want to See In Your Resume
According to a study from The Ladders, provider of online job search services in the United States, a recruiter spends an average of 6 seconds reviewing a resume before deciding if the candidate is worth calling in for an interview or not. If you only have 6 seconds to impress…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 27, 2016  
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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 and you most likely won’t be able to point out the exact moment the hiring manager decided that you would not be hearing from them again. More often than not, interviewers…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Oct 27, 2015  
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Job Search Checklist: Elements Of A Perfect Resume
Resume is a powerful tool that helps job seekers get an interview. Many aspirants, however, face the burden of writing their own summary and finding the relevant resume samples to guide them. Are you struggling to write the perfect piece for your job hunt? What essential details should you include…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 14, 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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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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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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Job Search Myths And Misconceptions You Should Avoid
Do you spend more time wondering about the probability of you being hired than thinking of ways to impress hiring managers? Do other people's job search misconceptions affect your self-esteem and extinguish your hope of making it to the job interview? Be at ease as we debunk these common job…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Nov 24, 2015  
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The Importance Of Action Words In Curriculum Vitaes And Cover Letters
The specific language you use when writing your CV (Curriculum Vitae) or cover letter will play an important part in whether you get shortlisted and invited for interview. “Action words” or “Power words” are important because they will communicate the strength of your experience and achievements. If you fail to…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 05, 2011  
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