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Preparing For Your Job Interview: What You Need To Know To Be Successful


In the limited time an interviewer has with you, their mission is to know you and assess your worth, especially in relationship to the other candidates interviewed. Asking you questions is the way they accomplish that mission.

Do What You Love, Love What You Do


Everyone dreams of a life full of love and adventure. But we fill ourselves with reasons not to follow our dreams.

The Hidden Job Market: Real or Imagined?


The hidden job market has been touted as the place to go if you want to find the best jobs. It's been said that this sector of the job market accounts for seventy-five percent of all the job openings out there.

Counter-Offers: Do They Merit Consideration?


You are one of the fortunate few who have not been downsized. However, your current job isn't exactly fulfilling.

Illegal Interview Questions -- Be Prepared


I'll quickly cover the following:A) Why Employer Ask Illegal Interview Questions.B) Examples of Illegal Interview Questions.

A Cover Letter Tip Guaranteed To Land You More Job Interviews!


Looking for a new job?I'm about to reveal one of the most powerful cover letter tips you'll ever discover. This little-known secret can dramatically increase your job interview requests all by itself.

Online Resume Tips and Secrets


I manage a website for corporate flight attendants that features resumes prominently listed on the first page of the site. Unlike some careers, corporate flight attendants must promote themselves overtly in order to find work especially if they are contractors.

So You Want To Be a Nurse When You Grow Up?


You're interested in becoming a nurse. How do you get into the field? First of all, you need to assess your basic interest.

Take the Personal Out of the Workplace: Leave Your Troubles at the Door!


Bringing your emotional baggage into the work place is inappropriate for all the reasons you may imagine. Yet employees, managers and business owners do it all the time.

How To Get Promoted - Take Control Of Your Destiny!


It Is Up To YouSo, you want to get promoted. The possibility really lies in your own hands.

What Can I Do To Improve My Job-Interviewing Skills?


Whether you're a student job seeker or a polished and proven executive, the first thing you must come to terms with is, "Regardless of the position you seek, you are now in sales!" The product you are selling is YOU! The interview is your opportunity to differentiate yourself in the eyes of your customer [the interviewer] when compared to your competitors [other job applicants].Successful companies today are focused on building what's known as, corporate "Unique Value-Add Propositions.

A Career In Medical Assisting


My name is Danni R, and I am a certified medical assistant and online educator. I am writing this article to introduce you to an exciting career in the allied health profession that has existed for quite a long time but is just recently gaining the attention and recognition it deserves.

Staying In Shape


Why Lawyers Should Eat Bananas by Simon Tupman is a book that caught my eye both because of its unusual title and because I coach lawyers who are growing their practices. The book cover says it gives "Inspirational Ideas for Lawyers Wanting More Out of Life"Much of what Mr.

Preparing For An Interview


When preparing for an interview, you need to know your skills, experiences and achievements, and how to answer interview questions.Your Skills Become an expert about yourself.

The Career Athlete: What It Takes to Manage Your Career


Managing your career, just like managing your life, requires preparation and ensuring that your time is directed meaningfully. Don't wait and see; make things happen.

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