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Landing a new job can have as much to do with your state of mind as your resume. Use these techniques to ace your next interview.
Job seekers should consider a new mantra: “Give back, and you shall receive.” Including volunteer experience on your resume could help you land a job, according to a new survey.
Some 41% of nearly 2,000 professionals said that when … Read More
Speaking in front of people can be a rewarding and engaging experience, but it can also be terrifying. Public speaking doesn’t have to be traumatic, however, if you remember a few simple steps. Keep these tips in the back of your mind… Read More
As if hurricanes and earthquakes were not enough, employers stayed skittish amidst a deluge of bad economic news in August as the economy added no non-farm jobs and the unemployment rate remained at 9.1%, according to the Bureau of Labor … Read More
Lists help us remember what we need to do and make it easier to organize our thoughts. Lists also help relieve stress, provide focus, prevent procrastination and lead to a sense of accomplishment.
If you love lists and want to write them… Read More
There are times when a text message just won’t do… but how can you convey your congratulations or condolences if you can only manage a scribble? Hand-writing authority Rosemary Sassoon has encouraging advice for grown-ups. “You don’t need… Read More
If you feel as if you spend your life parked in front of a computer screen, maybe that’s because you aren’t relying on these simple tricks:
1. Get rid of bloatware — items associated with software you’ve uninstalled — and your PC or … Read More
Music most likely isn’t the largest factor motivating where you choose to dine, but restaurant owners put a lot of thought into what they play in their eateries. And according to Nation’s Restaurant News, if they aren’t thinking about… Read More
Working from home can seem like a dream come true. With great perks like no commute and no dress code, it’s no wonder that many people choose to work from home instead of heading to the office. It’s important, however, to set boundaries… Read More
If you already work hard and smart, the secret to getting that promotion from your boss or acceptance from your coworkers might be as simple as looking better.
In two recent workplace studies — one polling bosses and the other … Read More
In his new book, Restaurant Owners Uncorked, Wil Brawley shares advice from high-profile restaurant owners such as Phil Roberts, founder of Buca di Beppo and The Oceanaire Seafood Room; and Scott Leibfried, who appears on the hit show “Hell… Read More
The average person may never have to appease shareholders, appear before a congressional panel or pull the trigger on massive layoffs. But how CEOs handle success, adversity and all manner of corporate curveballs does offer some insight… Read More
Although the job market is still sluggish, there are plenty of new and exciting careers for individuals looking to switch jobs or put their skills toward something new. Check out 25 exciting jobs that are in high demand right now.
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