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5 Questions to Ask An Interviewer

5 Questions to Ask An Interviewer

| May 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

  When going into a job interview, candidates prepare to answer tough questions and perfect their elevator pitches. However, a crucial part of the interview process is often forgotten. Interviewees often hesitate to ask questions pertaining to the company and position, but creating a discussion around these topics (at the appropriate opportunities) can show that […]

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Self Motivation At Work – Are You Going Through The Motions?

Self Motivation At Work – Are You Going Through The Motions?

| May 19, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Do you look forward to going to work each day? Whether your employer believes in creating a positive work environment or not, there are a number of steps you can take to motivate yourself in the workplace. Job enlargement For some people, a more varied job is a more fulfilling one. Think about ways […]

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Start Small: Why Small Companies Make Great First Jobs

Start Small: Why Small Companies Make Great First Jobs

| May 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

Big companies dominate our lives. We use our iPhone to search Google, log on to Facebook to interact with our friends, and shop on Amazon. It can be hard to remember that smaller companies even exist, particularly when it’s time to look for a job. Many job seekers look to the big companies first, thinking […]

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Why Learning to Say NO is Good For Your Career

Why Learning to Say NO is Good For Your Career

| May 6, 2014 | 2 Comments

Well, let’s face it! We all have been in a situation when our boss knowingly or unknowingly makes us work beyond we actually would want to. There have been times when we are already running short on a deadline and still, owing to our inability to say a simple “no”, we take on another assignment […]

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Where You Should Sit for an Interview or Meeting

Where You Should Sit for an Interview or Meeting

| May 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’ve graduated from college somewhat recently, you probably still remember the delicate art of choosing where to sit in your classes. When you were in a large classroom with hundreds of other people, you could either choose a seat towards the middle or back to remain anonymous, or you could choose a seat closer […]

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Not a People Person? Career Options for the Talented Introverts

Not a People Person? Career Options for the Talented Introverts

| April 22, 2014 | 1 Comment

  Are you one of those people who really enjoy their “me time?” Does the thought of having to be around a lot of people and socialize completely stress you out? Does it worry you that once you get a job you will constantly have to be interacting with people? Well, it is time for […]

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5 Reasons Why All Entrepreneurs Should be Bilingual

5 Reasons Why All Entrepreneurs Should be Bilingual

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

To become a successful entrepreneur, you need lots of initiative and you must be ready to take risks. No entrepreneur can expect to achieve his or her goals without risks and initiative, even in a country like the U.S. where entrepreneurs and small businesses are become more and more common every year. In a report […]

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5 Creative Ways to Visualizing Your Resume

5 Creative Ways to Visualizing Your Resume

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Finding creative ways to get ahead of your competition for jobs is vital because at the moment it is an employer’s market. Add to that that college students have it even tougher because they have no experience and so have to work harder to stand out. That is why adding a visual element to your […]

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How to Use a Business Plan Template as a Resume Writing Tactic

How to Use a Business Plan Template as a Resume Writing Tactic

| April 16, 2014 | 3 Comments

Young professionals, with an entrepreneurial mindset, like us, should take advantage of traditional business management tools as tactics in our career planning strategy. I believe professionals should start implementing a “business management” framework to assess their career goals and define objectives with one clear end in mind: a tailored resume that highlights your top talent […]

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All Alone, Surrounded By Friends

All Alone, Surrounded By Friends

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sitting in a room with all my friends, I realize that I am so much different than they are… MY FRIENDS…the people I chose that I am going to probably be around for the rest of my life. How is it that their views on life and business can be so different than my own? […]

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