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How I Joined the Outsourcing Revolution


Mention "outsourcing" to a programmer and you may as well be uttering profanity. The word suggests all the evils that have befallen the Information Technology sector since the Internet bubble burst a few years ago.

60 Hour Work Weeks - Can You and Your Career Survive Them


In the 80s while I was an account executive for AT&T most people in my organization worked normal (for then) business hours. By that I mean they arrived close to 8 or 8:30AM and left between 5 and 5:30PM.

Who Do I Have To Kill To Get A Job?


I have had more than my amount of trouble in getting a job. I did everything I was supposed to do.

Reactions to Job Loss; Getting Past the Emotions


Without doubt, job loss through downsizing or redundancy, is a major event for everyone when it happens. Most of us invest so much of ourselves in what we do that job loss can take away our sense of status and belonging, as well as the routine and support that work provides.

Can You Tell Me Something About Yourself!


Interview Question, "Tell Me Something About Yourself?""Tell me about yourself" is the query, posted by one of the members and since yesterday I happen to go through many responses. I was just thinking?to give my opinion about the same.

Looking the Part


I don't know his name and he wasn't trying to be profound. A man who worked for one of my colleagues always showed in a shirt and tie with a simple explanation: "if you look business, you is business".

Telephone Job Interview Preparation Tips


TELEPHONE INTERVIEW BACKGROUNDTelephone interviews are quite common in today's job market. They are offered for a variety of reasons including cost savings, screening of candidates and out-of-town applicants.

Job Search Blurts


I coined this word to draw attention to the nervous and apprehensive way of saying something in the job search that makes you feel like a buffoon. A "blurt" is a catchy way of saing: Gaffe.

Whats Stopping You from Getting Your Next, Good Job?


This question comes up often when I'm working with someone to help them move forward in finding their next job.What is it that compels people to stay "stuck"?1.

Ten Healthcare Fields That Cant Wait To Hire You


Healthcare is one of the hottest career fields in America today. The aging and retiring of the largest population segment in the country, known as "baby boomers", has left the healthcare industry racing to find enough employees to fill the void.

Four Simple Steps To Better Results With Your Resume


Is every job description you read the same? No.Is every job you submit your resume to the same? Of course they aren't.

Hunting the Executive Head Hunter


5 tips to win over an executive head hunter or management recruiterMany job seekers find themselves overwhelmed with dread at the prospect of hunting down a new career position on their own. That's why many people hope to hang their hats on the connections of executive head hunters to do their hunting for them in their ongoing (never-ending?) quest for the ultimate trophy career.

80,000 Americans Work in the Oil Change Industry


There is a huge shortage, which effects franchises costs in labor, availability of labor and quality of workmanship. For instance 80,000 Americans are in Oil Lube Facilities alone and over 50% are franchised lube centers.

Finally The First Online Job Agency in Mauritius


Mauritius is a small island in the Indian Ocean with a population of 1.2 million inhabitants.

Common Resume Myths & Misconceptions


For the person crafting their first résumé the task can seem a little bit daunting, even a bit frightening. Human Resources [HR] specialists, résumé writing professionals, school advisors, and even friends and family members all have their say.

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