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Don’t Join a Winning Team…

Don’t join a winning team. Make your team win instead. Sure, people have flaws, they are human beings in the first place, and the human condition is hardly perfect. That is precisely why a good leader can transform an ordinary … Continue reading

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IT Specific Resumes

Every job seeker knows that a resume is his passport to get into a country “JOB INTERVIEW.” That is why your resume should be well-organized, clearly written, and formatted using the industry standards. Note that often before they get to … Continue reading

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Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: Employment Scammers and How to Spot Them

Times are tough out there. Which means a lot of workers are getting less picky about what they apply for – and many of them have let down their guard to trust someone – only to be disappointed. Increasingly desperate … Continue reading

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Reaching the Boss: A Lesson from Fly-Fishermen

Years ago, you could lick a stamp and send a resume, and you had a reasonable chance that someone in a position to at least get you in the short pile of resumes to be reviewed would actually look at … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why You Cannot Even Get to First Interview

Unless you have impressed someone so much, it is possible that you get interviewed more than once. Unfortunately, there are also times when you don’t even get past the first interview at all. Now before you whine about how companies … Continue reading

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How To Use Google Alerts for a Live Job Search

Another excellent article comes from TheUndercoverRecruiter written by Jorgen Sundberg, known professional in social media, personal branding, blogging, online engagement and digital PR. Google Alerts is a fine tool provided free by Google for monitoring your online presence. It is … Continue reading

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How to Use Business Cards to Land a Job

Great things can start in small packages. It can be as petite as your wallet or the pockets in your pants. What I’m talking about are business cards. To many, business cards are meant only for those who are trying … Continue reading

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Andrew Hudson: The Best Job Search Tips Ever… a Comprehensive List

Here’s another great post that comes from AndrewHudsonsJobsBlog. Marketing, communication professional and career expert Andrew Hudson offers this long list of what he considers most effective career advice. Over the past several years, I’ve collected a lot of advice and … Continue reading

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Jobseekers: How to Handle Rejection

According to the 2010 study conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor, there will be, at the very least, 5 to 6 people fighting for one vacant position. This means more than 80% of the applicants will be rejected — … Continue reading

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Job Seeking: To Search or Not To Search Online?

Check the different job ads on newspapers, magazines, posters, radio, and TV. Only a few isn’t it? During the 1990s, these media became the haven of job seekers. However, with the advent of the Internet, job seeking took a 360-degree … Continue reading

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Jobseekers, Beware: How to Prevent Working on Scams

You can blame it on the weak economy and intense competition. The bottom line is, jobs are scarce these days. Thus, jobseekers are forced to be less picky when it comes to employment. The bad news is, some of them … Continue reading

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Internship: The Greatest Bridge to Landing a Good Job

If you are in a dilemma whether to work as an intern or not, do the former. Internships can be time-consuming and sometimes it’s not an easy thing to do. It is usual to hear cases of students working more … Continue reading

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What Companies Are Looking for in New Graduates

If you are a graduate and you are still unemployed despite your fervent efforts, you may want to take a look at your resume and the career path you are taking. It is either the former is poorly made, or … Continue reading

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Job Interview Etiquette: Mind Your Ps and Qs

Here’s another good article that comes from The Undercover Recruiter written by Jimmy Sweeney, the president of CareerJimmy and author of the “Secret Career Document” job landing system. Manners are not only important at the dinner table (use your napkin, … Continue reading

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Using Integrated Aptitude Tests for Easy Hiring

Quality employee selection is made easy through various types of pre-employment tests that the Human Resource department conduct to applicants. One of the most useful pre-employment tests that have been developed is the aptitude test. Today, aptitude tests are incorporated … Continue reading

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How to Look for Your Dream Job on Twitter

Instead of spending the rest of your day tweeting about your newly bought Starbucks coffee or the annoying sound of your neighbor’s dog, why don’t you use Twitter to actually look for your dream job? Just when you think that … Continue reading

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