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8 "Thurvival Skills" for 05


Just what is a "thurvival skill?" It's a skill that let's you thrive and survive at the same time. In today's economy it's not enough to just be good.

What You Should Never Put on Your Resume


Liars Get Caught! What NOT to Put on Your Resume"Everybody does it" as they say. Face it, the job market can be a very tough place to compete.

What to Do if You are Over 40 and Have Lost Your Job


Unexpectedly loosing your job can be a very traumatic and distressing experience at the best of times. If you are over 40 and can't find the job you deserve, you will need great inner strength and self belief to come out on top.

Why One Word Answers are Bad News at Job Interviews


It takes a lot of time and effort to get invited to a job interview. Don't blow your chances by being misunderstood by the interviewer.

Resumes Arent Important - They are Everything When it Comes to Getting an Interview


Employers and recruiters receive hundreds of resumes for every position they are trying to fill. To select their shortlist of candidates to interview, they look for the most common resume mistakes most applicants make and eliminate them first.

How to Write Cover Letters That Increase Your Chances of Winning an Interview


Submit a poorly written cover letter and the chances are your resume will end up in the trash bin without even being looked at.On the other hand, a well written cover letter can almost guarantee you get an interview.

The Art of Selling Yourself!


To "sell" oneself on paper is not easy. Creating a resume is a design and construction job and a test of your writing skills as well.

Searching for Employment


Searching for a job can be a daunting and confusing task for anyone, whether he or she is just entering the job market, looking for a better job or find him or herself without a job after several years with one employer. A job search can be successful when the person looking for a job knows exactly what they should and should not do when looking for a new job.

Searching for an Executive Job


A job search for executives is far less complicated today than it has been in the past. Anyone who is looking for an executive job can simply look to the Internet where there are hundreds of employment websites, with many specifically geared towards executives.

Searching for a Federal Job


Many years ago searching for a federal job was a long, complicated and drawn out process. Today, it has been become far less complex and is now just a three-step process.

Searching for an IT Job


Looking for an IT job is one of the easiest to perform due to the incredibly high demand in the IT field. As the Internet grows, corporations network through Intranets - even the advancement of science has the demand for anyone with IT skills at an all time high.

Searching for Jobs Online


Searching for jobs online is easier than ever, but also more confusing than ever. Any Internet user doing a job search online will find that they can choose from hundreds of national employment listing web sites and the numbers can often be staggering.

Students Searching for a Job


Searching for a job has become easier than ever for those who are graduating from school and looking to enter the workforce. Many schools offer guidance services as well as networking opportunities for graduates looking for work after finishing school.

Technology in the Workplace - Boon or Curse?


Like all new innovations, technology in the work environment can either work for you or against you. What is good for the employer or is not always the same for the employee.

After Your Interview - What Must You Do Next?


Other than actually landing the interview itself and living through it, waiting after the interview and wondering whether you will get a phone call or a rejection letter can be one of the most difficult aspects of searching for a job. What you do after the interview should actually start while you are still 'working' the interview.

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