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The Job Search - Are You Coming Across As Enthusiastic Or Desperate?  by: Rebecca Metschke
Times are tough. A month or two of unemployment can drag on to six or eight months pretty easily. And it's only going to get worse since the jobs picture lags the state of the economy. If you're out..
10 Ways For Bosses to Score Points  by: Larry Icabandi Nabiong
Well, not all have the chance and the capacity to become a boss. Only a chosen few have. Lucky are they for being one, sometimes their subordinates become the "unlucky" victims. Yes, with a boss who..
Teaching In International Schools - The Basic Questions  by: Wade Robins
Anyone who has thought about teaching abroad as a way to see the world while both acting as an ambassador for this or her own culture and learning the culture of another country first-hand has..
Confidence and the Workplace Attitude  by: Kevin M. Burns
Have you noticed the lack of eye-contact from a clerk while being served in a retail establishment? Have you noticed some of the people you work with who are reluctant to be forthright with customers..
When Your Job Gets On Your Nerves, Take a Deep Breath and Consider Your Options  by: Carolyn McFann
Face it, sometimes work really can get on your nerves. We're only human, and we all have good and bad days. Don't impulsively give up on your job, chances are it is just a nagging case of job..
Networking for Success - The Top 5 Tips to Becoming a Great Networker  by: Heather Hansen
Meeting new people is never easy. But humans, by nature, are social beings that depend on other people to survive. We are taught, nurtured, and supported by others. Studies have even shown that..
4 Powerful Career Education Tips: Success Is In Your Attitude!  by: Paul Megan
Depressed about your work? Feeling dispirited? A savvy career education review may tell you it’s not your job. Career education wisdom says, “You have to choose to do the best you can with what..
ESL Specialist Job Description  by: Kara Page
The demand to become fluent in English is increasing, both in the United States and overseas. English as a Second Language (ESL) is taught at public and private schools, in private lessons, tutoring..
4 Powerful Career Education Tips: Success Is In Your Attitude!  by: Paul Megan
Depressed about your work? Feeling dispirited? A savvy career education review may tell you it’s not your job. Career education wisdom says, “You have to choose to do the best you can with what..
Job Seeker Trends for the 21st Century  by: Marsha Phillips
Attention all job seekers: have you noticed that job boards aren't seeing too much action these days? That's because recruiters and employers are choosing to post jobs online at sites like LinkedIn..
First Things First - Build a Job Search Strategy  by: Tim Tyrell-Smith
Stephen Covey wrote a book in 1994 called: First Things First: To Live, to Love, to Learn, to Leave a Legacy. In it he included what he called The four-quadrant matrix for importance and urgency...
How to Choose a Job or Career When You Don't Know What To Do  by: Anna Johnson
If you're like many people, you may know that your current job or career choice isn't right for you... yet, you may not know what else to do. So in an effort to help you find the "ideal" job or..
3 Ways to Turn Your Layoff Into a Positive Experience  by: Kristie L. Lorette
There is a ton of gloom and doom flying around these days. Let's face it, our economy is in the toilet, the unemployment rate has hit an all time high, and people are struggling to pay their bills...
Redundancy Advice - 5 Options If You've Been Made Redundant  by: Chris Norton
5 Possible Options Following Redundancy Get a New Job – The internet has made it easier than ever to find the perfect job. There are specialist job boards for every conceivable industry sector in..
What To Do When What You're Doing Doesn't Work Anymore - Part 1  by: Hope Wilbanks
Sometimes writers find themselves in an awkward position. They love what they do, but they feel unhappy and frustrated. Ever felt that way? Here's my secret: For the last little while I have felt..
When Hiring What Knowledge to Employers Look For?  by: Jay Hargis
Just the other day, I was at a networking event. As usual, I introduced myself as an employment testing expert and a human resources consultant. At the break, a couple of small company C.E.O.s both..
Job Search Tips  by: Maxwell Hurst
If you’re not sure what to do, here’s a list that might help. 1. Know thyself. Identify what really interest and excites you. Understand that these traits define you and use it to explore career..
Seven Steps to Research and Prepare For Your Next Career Move  by: Maurisa Westbury
Whether you're in a position where you're unhappy with your current career choice, or you're simply ready for a change, there are some important factors to keep in mind when starting to research your..
Re: Getting a job as a crew member on a luxury mega-yacht.  by: Carlos Melo
I am Brazilian and do not have a real profession yet ,so I find this site and asking for a possible oportunity. I am interessed for such works on yacht. Please answer me if it possible. Thanks
Dealing With Staff Issues  by: Jeffrey L Brown
Once you open your doors and start that new business, everything you say or do can and will be used against you... wait a minute... sounds like a Miranda warning. But, it's really true. When you walk..
Motivations For Changing Careers - What You Should Know and Ask  by: Marie Warren
If you have been in a job for a period of time and feel yourself bored and not fulfilled by the aspects of it then you may need to look at changing careers. However it should not be done lightly and..
How To Make Money By Doing What You Love  by: Biana Babinsky
Many people are passionate about their interests. And some even turn what they love to do into a business. People who love to write become copywriters. People who enjoy making jewelry open online..
Tips on Getting a Job After Graduation  by: Paul Selibio
Because searching for your dream job after you have graduated can be overwhelming, here are guidelines on where to look: WHERE (1) Research.¬ After graduation, take the time to investigate industry..
Getting the Job You Love - Easy Steps!  by: Martin Haworth
If you are stuck at a job or a career that you hate, you can find a job you love, with some work and effort. Many people in the world have jobs that they hate and they often see no way out of it. So,..
The Pros and Cons of an Online Education  by: Tony Jacowski
Advantages of an Online Education The option of getting an online education is a welcomed by many, particularly people who don't have easy access to a nearby college or university, or access to a..
Stressed out dealing with new responsibilities?  by: Long Yun Siang
These are some of the earliest stress management tips I learned as a freshie. Joining the workforce brings with it changes to your previous lifestyle, whether in high school or college. You learn new..
Salary Negotiation Myths  by: Tony Jacowski
Once you have made your presence felt at the interview, it's time to think about negotiating your salary. Though negotiating your compensation may not be a deciding factor in the choice of your..
Some Tips of Preventing Sleepiness at Work  by: Renalyn Dizon
It is a human nature to get sleepy especially during afternoon while mostly is in the office and off course it is not good to feel sleepy at work. Here are some simple tips that you could try to..
Professional Letterheads Easy Steps  by: Chris Ryerson
We have all heard the importance of first impressions and the sayings of don’t judge a book by it’s cover and so forth. First impressions and looks are everything in business especially in the..
Career Advice: Three Secrets to Telling Your Story for Career and Life Success  by: Ed Sykes
The following are three secrets to putting you on the fast track to career and job advancement: When was the last time you received a job promotion? You are doing a great job at work but everyone..
Posting Your Resume On Online Job Sites  by: Mark Justice
Are you looking for a new job? If so, make sure that you use online job sites to help you to do so. Not only that, but you should take the time necessary to post your resume, in full, on these sties...
Executive Outplacement Services Help In Smooth Career Transitions  by: Jeremy C.
Businesses, firms and organizations are vulnerable to shutdowns, buyouts or downsizing, especially in the post-recession years. As an aside, outsourcing, the liquidity crisis and mergers can also..
12 Most Overrated Jobs  by: Daniel Bukszpan
When parents look at their young children and imagine what they'll be when they grow up, many different possibilities come to mind. They dream of little Junior growing up to be a surgeon, or perhaps..
Lose Your Job - Raise Your Stress and Anxiety Level  by: Abigail Franks
You don't need to live long in this world to recognize that when things happen that we consider bad, our stress anxiety levels go up. Almost anyone who has had worked challenges are experienced..
Get a Raise  by: Ashley Womble
We know what you're thinking: You work hard and you deserve a raise. Unfortunately, you aren't alone. And while some companies are doing a bit better, they aren't exactly throwing money around. So..
Stress at Work and Satisfaction  by: Kadence Buchanan
There appears little doubt that one of the major adverse influences on job satisfaction, work performance, absenteeism, turnover and productivity, is the incidence of stress at work. Stress is a..
Great Salary Negotiation Tips  by: Nathan Newberger
11 Commandments For Smart Salary Negotiating Use these simple but highly effective tips to boost your salary at your current job or when obtaining a new job! It works. 1 - BE PREPARED. The more..
Career Advice - Friendship With the Boss Won't Insure Success  by: Ramon Greenwood
Never depend on a friendship with your boss to insure career success. Think of the relationship as a business deal, a step forward on your career path. You have something to sell--your skills and..
How to Handle Discrimination in the Workplace  by: Larry Icabandi Nabiong
Have you been harassed or discriminated against someone or something? Or, do you know what harassment or discrimination is? Discrimination and harassment are both attacking the mental or..
Adapting To Change In A Changing World  by: Dayo Olomu
Have you learnt a new skill or improved upon your existing skill in the last six months to one year? According to the world acclaimed management guru and Writer Professor Peter Drucker - "The only..
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