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…
Why Job Interviews Make You Feel Tense
In a job interview, there are signs that indicate you’re nervous: sweaty palms, dry mouth, flushed cheeks, shaky…
6 Ways Your Cover Letter Can Ruin Your Chances
Looking for a job is such a long, tedious, and exhausting process. You need to look for a job opening, submit your…
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…
7 Things You Should Do Before You Ditch Your
Planning ahead of your departure will allow you to leave on good terms with your employer. Though other people may…
Resume for A Medical Assistant Job: How to Write
Physicians and nurses are not just the only ones working in the healthcare sector. Often ignored because of their similarities…
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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18 Professions Women Are Ruling Today
Most people still perceive women as Pink-Collar Workers or people who perform jobs in the service industry. But according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), they hold 51% of high-paying management and professional positions, and represent almost half of the workplace in the United States. Let Beyonce’s song, “Who…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 27, 2016  
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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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Working At Facebook: The Pros And Cons
This is the vision most people have of employees at Facebook: excessively well-paid, fed daily—from breakfast to dinner—with gourmet meals, spoiled on their birthdays with presents from the company itself, and most of all, stress-free due to their workplace’s environment. Sounds incredible, right? These things definitely make it easy to…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Oct 27, 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 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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Why Job Interviews Make You Feel Tense
In a job interview, there are signs that indicate you’re nervous: sweaty palms, dry mouth, flushed cheeks, shaky hands, and inaudible dialogue. It’s awkward and weird. But why does this happen to most job candidates? No matter how many times you get called in, you couldn’t help but to feel…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 21, 2016  
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Job - skill Mismatch: What the Current Labor Market Says
“There are no available jobs for me.” We have always been hearing this statement from many job seekers. Ironically, plenty of job openings are available in the labor market today. Check out this most recent data from the U.S. Labor Department. What You Should Know In April 2015, Reuters reported…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 08, 2016  
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Designers And Developers Will Encounter These 9 Clients
There are different kinds of clients a professional will come across; the good, the bad, and the worse. Knowing all your customer type will help you customize your approach, as well as produce and create an excellent output for them. Get to know them better, so you’ll know what to…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 11, 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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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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10 Tips to Writing the Perfect Cover Letter
It’s important if you’re applying for jobs that you put as much effort and attention to detail in writing the perfect cover letter, as you would to writing a CV (Curriculum Vitae) or completing an application form. The cover letter is important because it is the first document that is…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Aug 08, 2011  
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10 Fastest Growing Jobs In 2016 to Consider
Are you a new grad looking for your first job? Maybe you're a career professional thinking to switch careers? No matter what your situation is, when it comes to looking for a new job, there are countless possibilities waiting out there. To give you an idea of the professions you…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Nov 10, 2015  
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Company Culture: How It Makes Your Business Effective
Company culture refers to the behaviors shared by people working in a firm. It defines where employees work and includes various factors such as corporate goals, vision, ethics, value, and norms. Several companies have a team-based culture with employee involvement on all levels, while others have a more traditional and…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Mar 14, 2016  
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8 Resume Writing Tips That Work for Nurses
According to Donna Cardillo, RN, Registered Nurse and Certified Speaking Professional (CSP); the healthcare job market keeps on changing that it calls for nurses to shift from a strictly clinical resume to a universal one they can use for broader work opportunities. Create a more personalized medical resume with these…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Jan 25, 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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How to Write An Effective Resume
Are you trying to build a resume that will knock your potential employers' socks off? Or perhaps you need to fine-tune your current resume, making your work history and education/skills sections really shine. In this article, I'll explain precisely what you can do to write a resume that sparkles in…
By:  in  Business  >  Resumes Cover Letters   Sep 14, 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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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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Teyeglasses on top of a resumeo say that the job market is tough is an understatement. There are…
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