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How to Get the Job You Want in Any Economy... Act Like a Headhunter


Having spent the last few years of my career in the staffing and recruiting industry, I'm asked all the time by friends and relatives if I can help them find a more desirable job. I've helped my fiancé get a job, helped my college buddies get jobs after graduation, and even helped a few high school buddies find jobs having not seen them for years.

Avoid Potential Job Interview Disasters


There are definitely things that you can do to avoid minor mishaps which could ultimately blow an interview. Become familiar with these 7 potential interview disasters so you can prevent them from obstructing your path to that ideal job.

What To Do When A Co-Worker Turns Nasty


A friend of mine laments that work would be great if only there were no other people there! No matter where we work, we will work with others. Often, those relationships are cordial if not friendly, but there can be challenges.

You Are Not Entitled to a Job!


Résumé TipsSome basics about job hunting..

Yes, Ive Had Gaps In My Employment History--What To Do About It?


Yes, I've Had Gaps In My EmploymentHistory--What Can I Do About It?1. Honestly, there is not a single personwho has not had SOME gaps in theirwork history.

Resume 101


Whether you've been downsized, are looking for a career change or are just starting out, your resume speaks volumes about you. If your resume doesn't make it past the first cut, you're doomed; no matter how qualified you are.

Job Offers and Pay Negotiations


When you first get the job offer it will often be a verbal offer and is likely to be subject to taking up references and perhaps even a medical examination.So never say you are accepting a job offer, or resign from your present job until you have received a formal offer in writing for the new position.

Avoid Your CV Always Ending Up in the Bin


Cover Letters must grab the reader's interest so that they immediately want to learn more about the writer (you).Your cover letter is generally the first document those potential employers will read.

Air Liquide: Driving Liquid Air


Have you ever heard of liquid air? The process of liquifying air was a major scientific achievement that took place over 100 years ago. Even after 100 years there are only a few companies that liquify air, which is probably why you've never heard of it before.

Job Search -- One of the Secrets of a Trade Show


A trade show is a great place to network, look for a job, find a new employee or develop a partnership.Are you in the market for a change? Maybe.

Mastering the Job Interview - 5 Tips to Make Yourself Irresistible to the Interviewer


So you've figured out, more or less what you want to do and where the opportunities are. Now; you have been called for an interview.

Why Use a Resume Writer or Resume-writing Service?


Here are some of the questions we have been asked by our clients or potential clients in the past, together with our answers to them. We hope you find them useful, and that they help you to make an informed decision.

Driver Team Solo Positions: The Nitty Gritty On Truck Driving Jobs


Trucks and truck drivers are a constant presence on US highways and interstates. A person on even the shortest drive is likely to pass by a truck or two transporting goods, and even merchandise that travels by ship, train, or airplane travels on a truck for some phase of the journey to the customer.

9 Secrets to Career Success


Are you miserable at your job (or what you are doing) but go anyway to earn a living? Do you feel you are unable to use your talents and are doing things that are stressful? Do you find yourself in a career rut? Wouldn't you rather be in your ideal income position and "Go to Play" everyday? Most people spend approximately 35% to over 67% of their waking hours working. Being unhappy for so much of the day makes it difficult to enjoy the rest of your waking hours.

How to Improve Your Work Situation


buWhy are so many people unhappy in their work situation? Why do people, who are successful at one career, have such difficult times coping with their new career? These problems frequently occur, because conflicts exist in their work relationships.Relationships between you and your work can also be considered the "games of work.


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