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Advantages of Working for a Large Corporation

July 11th, 2013

Advantages of Working for a Large Corporation. Well, despite what you might think, there are actually quite a few advantages of working for a large corporation, and that might be where you want to direct your job search!

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Five Signs a Bad Employee Gives Off in an Interview

May 27th, 2013

Five Signs a Bad Employee Gives Off in an Interview. While the “tells” aren’t always an exact indicator they should make a manager stop and consider.

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How To Write A Killer Resume For A Job In Health

May 13th, 2013

How To Write A Killer Resume For A Job In Health. Medical employers are always in search of applicants who have resumes that reflect high levels of expertise, commitment to quality of work and extreme professionalism.

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How To Lose Your Job With Dignity

May 8th, 2013

How To Lose Your Job With Dignity. Here are a few things to remember to help you in this difficult time.

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5 Weird Jobs You Can Get With A Nursing Degree

December 21st, 2012

5 Weird Jobs You Can Get With A Nursing Degree: The Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that there will be an excellent future for nurses. Here are some weird jobs you can get with a nursing degree.

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7 Top Resume Grammatical Errors and How to Get Rid of Them

October 11th, 2012

Resumes are the lifeline of everyone who imagines themselves ever employed, because they carry a lot of weight. Naturally your resume is the first point of interaction between your skills, experience and qualifications-to the employer and as such, needs to be treated with the utmost care and due diligence it deserves.

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Keeping Your Resume Fresh in an Ever-Changing IT Industry

September 19th, 2012

In the first part of our three-part series focusing on trend-based changes in the information technology industry, we introduced our readers to the potential new jobs and specialties arising due to the ongoing changes and innovation. The second part of our series takes a look at the benefits of using continued education to better position one for those job opportunities.

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The Value of Additional Education for Job Hunters in the Health Care Industry

June 1st, 2011

The most marketable job seekers today are those who have a well-rounded set of skills that employers consider valuable.

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Is Medical Assistant the Perfect Career for You?

July 19th, 2010

Going just by the indication of the name, it is pretty clear that the job of a medical assistant is to take care of medical documents and reports safely. Both in small and large hospitals you can see these assistants doing work right from the basic responsibilities to the clinical and medical aspects of the work. Now days, medical assistants can choose from a lot of specific departments in which they can specialize in. Some specialties include optometric, orthodontic, orthopedic, physician or in the general field of medical studies.

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Use a Strong Headline in Your Resume

May 12th, 2010

HR people report they spend about 15 seconds on each resume. 15 seconds!
How can you ever hope to make your resume so appealing, so note-worthy that it makes it over to the next pile? The answer is NOT to print it on a toilet paper roll or some other dumb idea.

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Where Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Your Education and Experience Matter

February 11th, 2010

Where Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Your Education and Experience Matter

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5 Reasons Employers Aren’t Too Keen On Hiring You

December 29th, 2009

There are many reasons why an employer may reject a job candidate. We explore five reasons below which shows why the employers aren’t too keen on hiring you.

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The Importance Of Networking For Interns

December 13th, 2009

Last week I read a post from one of my favorite bloggers, Ryan Stephens, who wrote a piece called ‘How to be an Awesome Intern’. My long ass response to his post suggested that networking is critical for the intern. This long comment I shared with Ryan and his readers inspired me to turn it into a full blown post on COTJ. Do yourself a favor and stop by Ryan’s blog, not only is he a good guy but he also loves Dexter and LOST as much as I do.

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Are You Responding To Job Descriptions Masquerading as Job Advertisements?

December 5th, 2009

Over 90% of companies post their entire job description or some modified version of it as a job advertisement.

Why?

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