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  • Ask These Questions During Your San Diego Job Interview

    Ask These Questions During Your San Diego Job Interview

    You have spent hours polishing your resume and even more time searching for the perfect San Diego job online, and you are finally ready to take the next big step to the job interview. No matter how ready you think you may be, there are still things that even the Read More
  • Resume Mistakes You Should Avoid

    Resume Mistakes You Should Avoid

    It is a mistake to think of your resume as a history of your past, as a personal statement or as a form of self-expression. Of course, your job history emphasizes most of the content of all resumes. But write from the intention to arouse interest, to persuade employers to Read More
  • The Significance of Cover Letter

    The Significance of Cover Letter

    Writing a cover letter is almost as important a skill for a job seeker to learn as writing a resume. The cover letter accompanies the resume at all times as the main support document. Whether you use traditional mail, e-mail, fax, or another type of electronic submission, it must always Read More
  • Optimism in Career Growth

    Optimism in Career Growth

    What helps in the growth of our career? A good plan, the ability to effectively do the job, improving the existing methods, increasing the efficiency, increasing returns and executing the job to satisfaction. What else? Let's visit the title of this article - It talks of optimism.   What is optimism? Read More
  • TIPS: Advancing Your Career

    TIPS: Advancing Your Career

    Your career should essentially be in your control. In an ideal world, your business would grow within your chosen company for doing your job well and doing it on time. However, whether you are looking for a deserved pay rise or you want promotion you may find that you are Read More
  • What those Interview Questions Really Mean

    What those Interview Questions Really Mean

    You have just been through a grueling interview. The questions were difficult and some only appeared off-the-wall and some were quite innocent. What was the interviewer really looking for? What did he/she mean by those questions?     Well, you can be sure that if you were interviewed by an Read More
  • Lose Your Job Now: 5 Tips to Get to Severance Heaven

    Lose Your Job Now: 5 Tips to Get to Severance Heaven

    You've schemed, you've scammed, you've plotted, but the elusive layoff has evaded you for the last time.  Your desire to go to that  spacious severance-package-in-the-sky needs to be fulfilled without further ado. How will you get upper management to see just how pointless your position really is? Follow these five Read More
  • JOB SKILLS:

    JOB SKILLS: "Hello, I am Employable"

    Skills refer to the things you do well. The key to finding the most appropriate jobs in the industry is to recognize your own skills and communicate the significance written and verbally to a probable employer.   Majority of the most practical skills are used in a variety of work Read More
  • Job Fair: Choosing A Career

    Job Fair: Choosing A Career

    Making a decision about what you want to do in life is so difficult. Especially today, given the myriad options, with each profession looking better than the other. And you are not sure exactly what you want to pursue. Enter the wonderful world of job fairs. Walk in and you'll Read More
  • Why Interview Thank You Letter Is Necessary

    Why Interview Thank You Letter Is Necessary

    Job searching does not only involve resumes and interviews, but also involves other activities to ensure that you get the job you want. An interview should never be considered as the last process of job searching. It is also important to write an interview thank you letter.   You may Read More
  • The Recruiter's Call

    The Recruiter's Call

    Recruiting, retained or contingency, involves (or should in any case) directly approaching individuals who, based on their title or position, might well have the experience to handle the job description and position for which the client is seeking someone. The individuals who are approached, of course, tend to be employed Read More
  • Do You Really Need To Change Your Job?

    Do You Really Need To Change Your Job?

    How do you know if you need a change in job? Suppose you have a job. You get good pay and are satisfied with the work. You get regular promotions. Do you think you need to change that job? No, because you are happy. What about the future? Where will Read More
  • 10 Tips For A Successful Negotiation

    10 Tips For A Successful Negotiation

    Negotiations take place in our daily lives. We might not know, but many situations require good negotiating skills, including the simple act of buying an item from a store, talking things over to save a relationship, and trade agreement between nations, among others.   It would be prudent to take Read More
  • Choosing The Right Career

    Choosing The Right Career

    It is important to go for a career that is your calling. There are a number of options to choose from. You can make a career in medicine, law, architecture, finance, designing, media and many more fields. Your career will also decide what you are doing for most of the Read More
  • Three Points You Should Negotiate When You Are Losing Your Job

    Three Points You Should Negotiate When You Are Losing Your Job

    You work for a company that has gone through many changes and upheavals. Word is circulating about lay-offs and you worry you will be next. If you have been an exemplary employee and the lay-off is not because of anything you have done, make sure you ask these three questions Read More
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