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Retiring in Paradise


I have to admit that I'm starting to slow down a bit. I am definitely in my final career - and quite comfortable working a 40 hour schedule.

How Much Can You Earn Working As A Proofreader?


Thinking of a career as a proofreader? Then you will most likely want to know about salaries. Are you hoping to hear that you will make thousands and thousands of dollars a month in this field? It is very possible that you will barely make a few hundred when you are first starting out.

How You Can Find Opportunities For Foreign Language Proof Reading Work


For those who are fluent in another language, foreign language (ie non-English) proof reading can be a great source of income. It is a difficult area for those who are not fluent to get into though.

Hiring the Perfect Fit Through ELance.com


Outsourcing has moved upward in the most-improved columns of efficiency and respectability through eLance.com.

How Can Qualifications Help Your Proof Reading Career?


For those who are looking for a career as a proofreader, it is important to have the right qualifications. It is important to remember that this is a proper job.

Think Twice Before You Change Jobs


You've got the itch to change jobs. This might be a good time to make the move.

Job Interviews: How to Answer the How Do You Handle Stressful Situations? Question


When answering the "How do you handle stressful situations?" question during an interview, the best strategy is to give some examples of stressful situations you've dealt successfully with in the past.Everyone faces some form of stress on the job now and then.

Job Interviews: Use the Personal Touch to Get a Job


A study conducted by the Journal of Consumer Research in 1995 showed that sales people who used their prospects' names generated a 239% increase in sales. In today's fast-paced world, that personal touch is even more important.

Job Interviews: Ill File a Grievance!


I recently went to a retirement party with my husband for one of his co-workers. I worked at this same place six years ago (that's where I met my husband, but that's another story), so I knew most of the people at the party.

Job Interviews: Six Steps to Acing a Telephone Interview


Telephone interviews are becoming more popular these days. Whether that's good or bad depends on how you handle them!Sometimes telephone interviews are used as a pre-screening technique for all candidates.

Job Interviews: Succeeding with Panel Interviews


These days, job interviews often consist of a panel of three-to-six interviewers.A "team approach" to finding the best candidate can be beneficial for the employer.

Interviewing Over Lunch: Are You at Risk?


Sometimes a hiring process will include having lunch with the hiring manager. Despite anything said to the contrary (like "It'll just be an informal lunch so we can get to know each other.

Job Interviews: Answering Whats Your Greatest Weakness?


Many interview guides advise candidates to answer the common "What's your greatest weakness?" question with a positive trait disguised as a weakness. For example, "I tend to expect others to work as hard as I do," or "I'm a perfectionist.

Job Interviews: Identifying & Using Your Most Important Asset


When you're looking to get hired or get promoted, what do you think is your most important asset? Your experience? Knowledge? Skill? Talent?While all of those are advantages that will help you achieve your goals, there's one thing that's more important than all of them combined.Your attitude!Let me illustrate my point.

Finding Success In Todays Job Market


This year we are experiencing the most dynamic and rapidly changing economy in all of history except for next year, and the year after, and the rest of our working lives. The days of being able to get a college education, then get a good job for life, which will give you financial security and retirement are gone forever.

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