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Job Hunting

101 Career Experts All Job Hunters MUST Follow on Twitter

7 Helpful Tips for the 21st Century Job Seeker

7 Most Common Mistakes Job Seekers Make and How to Avoid Them 

How to Make a Splash in a Competitive Job Market

Resume Tips

The 10 Most Common Reasons Why Your Resume is Not Working

7 Tips to Improve Your Cover Letter and Get Noticed

6 Tips to Customize Your Resume To Fit the Job

3 Useful Tips for Writing a Resume that Gets Results

Interviewing

8 Tips to Shine in Interviews

101 Most Common Interview Questions

It’s a Two Way Street : 3 Questions You Should Ask During Your Next Interview

7 Steps to Ace Any Phone Interview

Networking

 Networking Like a Pro

Top Gripes with Business Networking and How to Get Over Them

Internships

5 Tips to Secure an Internship

7 Valuable Career Tips from a Fresh Grad

Career Development

 10 Strategies for Job Survival and Career Growth in Uncertain Times

What is a Personal Career Brand and How do I Create One?

6 Career Tips for Tough Stressful Times

I’ve Got the Job…Now What?

5 Career Progression Tips – How to Quickly Climb the Corporate Ladder

Social Networking

 How to Set Your Linkedin Profile to Get Noticed by Recruiters

7 Tips to Tapping into Your Virtual Networks to Find a Job

 

Returning to Work After Addiction Recovery

Returning to Work After Addiction Recovery

If you’re recovering from drug addiction it can be extremely difficult to find and keep a job. Whether you took a temporary leave of absence or you’re on the market for a new job, there’s a lot to tackle. But with discipline and the right attitude, you can learn the skills you need to work through an interview, return to a job and deal with the stress of job obligations, all while staying sober. Continue reading…

How to Prepare For and Pass Psychometric Tests

Psychometric tests are a way that many companies use to profile candidates and find the most suitable talent for the job role. Psychometric tests are a recruitment aid, and an important one at that. While they are by no means completely accurate, they do offer valuable insight into one’s personal qualities, thinking ability, and attitudes […]

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Getting Ahead in 2013 with Graduate Study

Have you been thinking about going back to school to get a Master’s degree? With the economy not being what it has been in year’s past and the job market being rather weak, graduate school might not be bad idea.

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Determining Your Next Career Step

When it comes to your career, standing still for too long is not a good idea. It doesn’t matter if you are happy in your job right now; you still should be thinking of your next move. In fact, when you are satisfied at work is a great time to think about your next career […]

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Productivity Boosting Tips That Can Get You That Promotion

Overwhelmed with work and feel like you have too much to do? Want to get more productive so that you get promoted for what you’re worth? If your answer’s yes, then check out the following tips that will help you boost your productivity and get you noticed…

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What Men and Women Need to Understand About Each Other in the Workplace

The workplace dynamic throughout recent history is interesting, as women are granted equal respect and opportunity in many companies. But there are some clear differences – men and women may be holding the same jobs and rising in the ranks of corporate America, but their skills and workplace preferences are not necessarily the same. Understanding […]

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