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Build Your Career Decision By Decision


Do you dislike making decisions and avoid the challenge whenever you can?Take heart. Look around and you will find you have plenty of company.

Resume Writing - Things to Consider


You are looking for a job and you are out to land the job of a lifetime. It can happen! Before you consider want ads, job websites, or making inquiries of companies you are interested in, you will need a resume.

Resume Writing - Tips and Advice


Job-hunting is not the most exciting thing in the world but you can make it easier. The key is organization.

Always Have a Current Resume


What is the biggest mistake people make with resumes?People write their resumes as a chronological summary of everything they've done in their professional lives. Employers only care about one thing: what you can do for them.

How to Access Employers through Proposal Marketing


Use Proposal Marketing and you'll be your own hot spot, opening gateways previously inaccessible. Hook up with those who have the power to hire you.

To All Managers: How Does ADD Affect Your Workplace?


Tent caterpillars create a cocoon for an entire colony. Within one colony there are two types of caterpillar.

How to Make Your Career Change Easier


Despite what your grandmother told you, life is not supposed to be a struggle. The same is true for making a career change.

Your Cover Letter MUST Ask This Question


Imagine receiving a letter from a salesman who wants to sell you an exciting new widget. The letter focuses on all the reasons why this is such a great item.

Reading the Want Ads--Not for Jobs--For Information


What? Want ads are where job announcementsare, not information!Wait! Job want ads are full of information ifyou know what to do and how to use them.Doubtful? Here are some ideas of the kindsof information you can find as a job seeker.

Mid-Life Crisis: Its Not Just for Men Anymore!


A recent story in Career Journal begins:"The "midlife crisis" has long been thought of as something that afflicts men and often involves expensive toys and second wives. But the Wall Street Journal's Work & Family columnist, Sue Shellenbarger, says that as gender roles change, women are increasingly experiencing their own version of these upheavals.

Stop Whining and Ask For What You Want!


When you want something, the best way to get it is to make your request in a straightforward and positive way. You should not expect your boss or co-workers to read your mind and know what your expectations and desires are.

Are You In A Groove Or A Rut?


Ruts: the routines in our work and lives that have become uninteresting and bothersome.Everyone has a favorite rut or two.

Are You Suited for Self-employment?


A recent poll conducted by Yahoo! Small Businessshowed that nearly 3 out of 4 Americans have consideredstarting their own business. In fact, of more than 2,200 adults surveyed, over half (51 percent) said they wouldlike to launch their small business within the next 5 years.

Nonverbal Interview Behavior


Non-verbal interview behavior can drown out your verbal self-presentation.Practice interviewing in front of a full-length mirror or, better yet, videotape yourself if you have access to such equipment.

Pre-Interview Web Research


You have obtained an interview -- congratulations! You feel prepared to discuss your strengths, your accomplishments, your willingness to work hard and learn quickly, and your ability to fit seamlessly into the employer's needs. But.


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