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Resume Writing Tips That Ensures You Get That Interview Call

January 10th, 2014

Resume Writing Tips That Ensures You Get That Interview Call. Listed below are some resume writing tips that can help you.

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15 Tips To Maximize Performance On Exam Day

July 17th, 2013

15 Tips To Maximize Performance On Exam Day. Here’s how to ensure that doesn’t happen and maximize your performance for exam day.

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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 The Perfect Spec Letter and Get That Internship

March 27th, 2013

How To Write The Perfect Spec Letter and Get That Internship. Here’s a guide to getting employers to notice you and give you the experience that you crave.

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Is lying on a resume such a big deal?

September 26th, 2012

In the recent past the incidents in which employees have been caught to have lied about their credentials have been on the rise. What is surprising most recruiters is that, the number of people who are lying on their resumes is increasing at a super fast speed.

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Finding Jobs Through Technology

September 20th, 2012

In the final of our three-part series on the changing IT landscape and its effects on the job market, we’re looking at how to find those jobs once you have identified up-and-coming skills and specialties and have put in the work to build up your resume to meet modern-day standards.

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New Opportunities Arising for IT Job Seekers

September 18th, 2012

As information technology evolves and changes, so do the employment opportunities within the field. Innovation is the major engine driving these shifts that have reshuffled the forecast for IT jobs and created new positions with bright futures. For the IT professional with big aspirations and a solid work ethic, the opportunities are endless as new specialties and jobs virtually appear out of thin air.

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How Did You Get Your First Job?

August 30th, 2012

With the present competition for the few remaining positions in the work place heating up daily, there is nothing as stressful as being a new graduate. Getting a good job-one that is relevant, does not under utilize your skills or one that is guaranteed, etc. is not easy.

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5 Unconventional Interview Questions and What Interviewers are Looking for in Your Response

January 31st, 2012

In this increasingly competitive job market, where every job posting can spawn a multitude of applicants for any given position, interviewers are increasingly turning to unconventional questions in order to find a candidate that truly fits the job.

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Combining LinkedIn and Your Resume for the Perfect Dish

January 5th, 2012

If your resume is the appetizer, your LinkedIn account is the main course. Just go with me on this. Like an appetizer, your resume is meant to entice and satisfy, while still compelling the diner to want more. This is where your LinkedIn profile comes in: a larger, more satisfying and more intricate dish.

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The STAR Method A Great Way to Structure Your Job Interview

November 3rd, 2011

It’s a clichéd expression, but, as with most other clichés, it’s undeniably true: “if you fail to prepare, prepare to fail.” With this in mind, assuming you’re serious about filling the vacancy, you’ll be looking at drafting up a few answers to questions that are likely to come up well in advance of any job interview you might be called to.

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How To Deal With Headhunters

October 14th, 2011

One of the most nerve wracking experiences an individual can receive as they progress through their career is a telephone call from a headhunter. Whilst such a call can represent both validation and recognition of hard work it can also prove daunting and terrifying if not approached correctly.

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Work From Home As A Medical Billing and Coding Specialist

June 13th, 2011

Can medical billing and coding really be done from home? This may sound very skeptical to some out there but the truth of the matter is that there are actually real online career opportunities in the billing and coding field.

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Want a Dream Resume? Learn a New Language

December 17th, 2010

More and more, it is becoming extremely beneficial to know a foreign language in today’s tough job market. Any kind of edge helps now more than ever in this economy, and one of the most sought-after and respected skills that can give you the upper hand is knowing a foreign language.

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Resume Help, Resume Advice. Learn
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Resume Help, Resume Advice. Learn
and avoid these biggest resume mistakes