How to Answer Common Job Interview Questions

By Camilla Patten

So you have been invited to a Job Interview? Well done! You are halfway to finding your dream job. The next step in the job hunting process is preparing for the interview itself. After being invited to a job interview candidates need to knuckle down and practice ahead of time to knock the interview process out the park.

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Ultimate Resume Writing Dos and Don’ts

By JR Hindman

After years of working in the executive staffing and recruiting industry, collaborating with countless hiring managers and human resource administrators across various industries, I acquired a thorough understanding of what these individuals were looking for in potential job candidates. I began to see patterns, consistencies, universal tendencies, and I began to see just how important a good resume really is.

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Professional Resume Writers – Where’s the Beef?

By John J. Peter

Are professional resume writing services, and professional resume writers, worth the money?

The phrase “where’s the beef” was first introduced in a Wendy’s television commercial in early 1984. It referred to the amount of beef that was between the two sides of the competition’s hamburger bun, and it has become a universal phrase that questions the value of a product or service. And, professional resume writing services, most of which are now web-based, certainly fall in the category of services the value of which many people would question.

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The 10-Step Resume Critique

By Peter Hill

Your resume will generally receive a 15- to 30-second scan upon first review by an employer. With that in mind, it is critical that your resume — your “paper handshake” — makes a positive first impression and compels the reader to put your resume in the “yes” pile and possibly call you in for an interview.

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Tips To Improve Your Career Advancement Opportunities

By Tony Jacowski

One of the methods to improve your career advancement opportunities and to reach a level higher than your competitors is to put in more effort and do your homework.

You may have noticed that a majority of the people switch careers make somewhere around six to ten career adjustments. This is the main reason that you need to identify career advancement opportunities. You should make it a point to be certain that your employer is conscious of the fact that you are looking for career advancement.

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Women’s Career Advancement – How You Can Truly Succeed

By Abhishek Agarwal

Modern women are ambitious and tough in all facets of their lives including careers, so when it comes to women and career advancement you’ll find that many corporate females fail to advance in their career due to the fact that they simply don’t trust their abilities and undervalue their worth.

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Death of the Career Path

By Shawn Driscoll

Back in the mid 1990’s as an HR Manager, I noticed that the conventional career path was a dying concept. Lifetime employment was an artifact. Lateral moves became the new way to advance your career. And downsizings were a constant threat.

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How to Find a Career Path That Fits You

By Adrian Klaphaak

You have a career path that fits. Everyone does. A path that fits is the direction in your life and career that aligns your innate strengths, values, and purpose to create a positive difference in the world. You also have a unique way of living and being on your path that maximizes your potential and effectiveness. Being on your path isn’t just about what you do but also how you do it.

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