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“Hot Tips on How to Job Scout”

Prior to looking for the specific job that would the best fit for you, learn how to effectively market your talents. This will help you gauge the possibility of landing on the job you want. First, skills and interests should be evaluated personally. Jotting down a list would definitely be the best way to define your capabilities; second, [...]




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“Getting Started for a Cold Call”

There’s a little Girl Scout on the street carrying boxes of different flavored cookies, timidly trying to knock on her neighbors’ doors worried that somehow she’ll be booed out and that doors would just slam shut on her face after offering her cookies for just a few cents? Such a pitiful sight eh? But imagine what this [...]


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“How to be Invited for Interviews”

Once the application has been sent and the resume received the next thing that should happen is that the employer will be calling to test communication skills by means of an interview. Allowing yourself to be given the option on which employer is best fitting the applicant is one characteristic of being pro-active. Consider being called [...]




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Extra Dough

Some teenagers would like to be able to get a job and earn money. Since these individuals are still in school, the next best thing to getting a real job is getting one that is part time. When applying for a part time job, here are some tips one must remember when going up to a potential employer; • One must prepare a resume when applying [...]


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Wage for the New Grad

Fresh out of college, most people are excited about landing that first job. Given that most grads do not have work experience or only had a part time job while studying, it is not easy to secure an executive position right away. Starting from scratch, one has no choice but to start from the bottom in an entry-level position then in time [...]



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Job Hunting Tips

Are you a fresh graduate and planning to look for a job? Did you just recently quit your job and are looking for greener pastures? Are you unemployed and have little experience regarding ways to secure a job? Whatever your situation may be, it would be to your advantage to study the following tips: Check your resume for mistakes Before [...]



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Wanted: Job Skills on the Loose

In today’s competitive life, employers are more inclined to find people who can contribute to the growth of the company and not just boost its productivity. Hence, most employers tend to look for people who are endowed with the most desirable job skills in order to match the expectations and necessities of the company. Therefore, for [...]


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“Dressing up for the Success Interview”

Prepare and practice for an interview. After the date and venue has been set, allow time for enough preparation for the big day. Remember that first impressions do last, so the way an applicant look really does matter. Employers could easily give the verdict based on the manner of dressing during the initial interview. Better questions [...]


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“Setting Clear Objectives”

To achieve a goal, there is a process that you should implement. This process is to streamline and analyze your objectives. Begin at the very beginning at the smallest, specific part. These are the most important steps to take to meet the guidelines. An objective is a way of knowing what action or plan is to be taken and identifying the [...]


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The Best Medical Job Search Tips Ever

In 2003, many work agencies had seen noteworthy increases in the number of medical-related jobs and those that fall under the health care services. The demand for these positions is, in fact, consistently growing because there were also notable increases in medicine and health care-related job searches. It reported a total of 3.5 million [...]



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Tips on Optimizing Job Listings

Finding a job and looking for somebody to fill a position are no longer difficult. Thanks to the innovations that technology has introduced, people are now adept with job searches. Both the job seekers and employers have more choices when it comes to finding jobs, whether online or offline research. In fact, the United States Bureau of [...]