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15 Tips To Maximize Performance On Exam Day

So, exam day is looming and you’re about to reach the moments that matter. By now, you’ve studies all you can and the impending big day is upon you. However, even though you’ve studied, revised, planned and compiled, the most important part of the whole process is set to be done.

Simply, there is always a chance that the amount of study won’t be reflected in the result. So, here’s how to ensure that doesn’t happen and maximize your performance for exam day. Read the rest of this entry »

Advantages of Working for a Large Corporation

Advantages of Working for a Large Corporation

Are you looking for a new job? Considering a career change? Do you want the stability offered by a large corporation, but you are a bit scared of getting lost in the shuffle?

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! Read the rest of this entry »

Qualities Of A Great Forensic Psychologist

Movies and television series such as “Silence of the Lambs” and “Criminal Minds” have become very popular in recent years. Many people are fascinated with the idea of becoming a forensic psychologist.

This can be an exciting career to pursue, but you will want to know if you have the necessary skills to succeed. Read the rest of this entry »

Unlimited Income Potential – Unique Position & We Train!

We are a unique, one-of-a-kind software manufacturing company and we are looking for motivated individuals to train, mentor, and employ as traders.

For immediate consideration please use this link to send us your resume- http://www.tradetheturn.com/resumeupload.html

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Recruiting Seasoned Sales Professionals

Recruiting Seasoned Sales Professionals
Philadelphia Night Out is presently looking for a solid sales performer to work part time or full time to handle accounts throughout the Philadelphia Metropolitan area. After training the successful candidate will be running their own territory and be responsible for their continuous success. This position is commission only and paid with a 1099 form filed with the IRS.

You must have an outgoing personality and an entrepreneurial spirit! You should have the ability to communicate well on the phone and in person. You will need a laptop computer or tablet capable of showing Video Profiles to potential clients and an automobile that you can drive daily. You will be paid for renewals as well as new accounts. All new prospects are provided by us and further prospecting is strongly encouraged. Read the rest of this entry »

Need a short-term loan between pay days? Try an Online PayDayLoan.

If you find yourself in need of a little extra cash in-between paychecks, consider an online payday loan.
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How To Choose An Online College 101

Although it doesn’t require moving somewhere new, choosing an online college is still a major decision. Because you’re going to invest a significant amount of time in completing your classes, it’s important to choose an online institution that’s going to help your future as much as possible.

How To Choose An Online College 101If you’re excited about starting your online education but nervous that you’re going to pick the wrong program, the good news is there are several clear-cut factors you can use to guide your decision. Those factors are accreditation, ease of transferring and cost.

Let’s take a look at the details of each one now: Read the rest of this entry »

Five Signs a Bad Employee Gives Off in an Interview

Every new hire is potentially a great employee or a huge mistake. Most hiring managers would like a sure-fire way to weed out those employees who are going to be trouble. No one has a crystal ball or a way to see how people truly are; however, there are some “tells” that a bad employee will have during an interview that can show you a potentially bad employee.

While the “tells” aren’t always an exact indicator of a bad employee, they should make a manager stop and consider the candidate more carefully if they observe at least two signs during an interview. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Write A Killer Resume For A Job In Health

How To Write A Killer Resume For A Job In HealthWhether you are finding a job on your own or searching through an employment agency, it is critical that a resume be in tip-top shape. Without an up-to-date, professional resume, you can forget about landing a good job in the health care field.

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. To express these selling points, there are several things you can do so you will know How To Write A Killer Resume For A Job In Health. Read the rest of this entry »

How to use LinkedIn to find your next job

How to use LinkedIn to find your next job (via Al.com)

 We all know companies have long used background checks, Google searches, and even credit history reports to scan the lives of prospective employees. A New York Times story cites that 75% of recruiters in the United States are required by their companies to do online searches of candidates. But what…


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How to Choose the Right Industry for Your Career

How to Choose the Right Industry for Your CareerHow to Choose the Right Industry for Your Career

If you are entering the working world for the first time or have decided on a career change you may well be wondering how to choose the right industry for your career. In this situation it is essential not only to recognise your interests, but also to understand how stable one or another industry is.

Read on this article for some great tips to help you to make right choices when deciding on what industry to choose for your career. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Lose Your Job With Dignity

Job security is not like it used to be and unlike the ‘old days’, the majority of jobs these days only last a few years. So whether the company you are working for is restructuring or downsizing and your job becomes non-existent, or for other reasons you suddenly find yourself unexpectedly unemployed, it’s not the end of the world. Although it might seem to be at the time, there is always a bright side and you want to be in a position to leave your job with your head held high.

Here are a few things to remember to help you in this difficult time.  Read the rest of this entry »

New Job Offering Posting: Web Artist Needed/$22 Hr

Web Artist Needed/$22 Hr
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Resumes are dying, long live the resume

Resumes are dying, long live the resumeResumes are dying, long live the resume (via Pando Daily)

By Cale Guthrie Weissman On April 22, 2013

Finding a job listing these days may be easier, but actually landing a job seems harder. Websites like Idealist, MediaBistro, Monster, and Indeed promise to get your resume to potential employers. But a couple of new job-finder apps are ditching the tried-and…

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