Learn about interview and employment advice from small business owners. You might be able to discover a new career path for yourself.Read More →
Learn new and upcoming trends about your job search and how to use the internet in unique ways to land your next job.Read More →
on February 14, 2014in Careers, Employment Advice, Job Search Motivationtags: career, career planning, job search help, motivation, realistic goals, SMART, SMART goals, unrealistic goalswith 1 Comment
It’s time to rethink SMART goals by creating unrealistic goals. Having realistic goals is holding you back from your true potential.Read More →
Finding a job or career in today’s challenging economic times requires just a little foresight as you prepare your job search. Targeting your skills and experience to sectors with the most potential to expand into the 21st century will not only help your own prospects for a rewarding career, but help the economy as a whole as it changes and adapts to our times.Read More →
on January 31, 2014in Interview, Interview Advice, Interviewing Skills, Interviewing Techniquestags: how to interview, improve interview, interview better, interview help, interview tipswith No Comments
Have you ever been in an interview and said something you almost immediately wish you hadn’t? Learn what to do in those sticky situations!Read More →
on January 30, 2014in Interview, Interview Advice, Interview Answers, Interview Help, Interviewing Skills, Interviewing Techniquestags: first interview, HOW TO ANSWER INTERVIEW QUESTIONS, how to improve interview skills, how to interview, Interview, interview better, interview help, interview secrets, interview skills, interview tipswith 3 Comments
Forget memorizing answers for your interviews. Instead, learn the basics to give you up a leg up against your competition.Read More →
on January 10, 2014in Employment, Job Search, Resume, Resume Help, Resume Templatetags: better resume, how to fix my resume, how to improve resume, how to write a resume, job finder, resume 2014, resume help, resume mistake, resume red flagswith 1 Comment
The resume of 2014 will be different than previous years and it’s important that you know how. Learn now!Read More →
on December 9, 2013in Careers, Employment, Employment Advice, Interview Advice, Interviewing Skills, Interviewing Techniques, Job Searchtags: career fair questions, career fairs, career opportunity, Career Search, job fair questions, job fairs, networking, questions to ask interviewerwith 1 Comment
Career fairs can give you a lot more than a free stress-ball, some sweets and a couple of dodgy pens. With more recruiters switching to online applications it is unlikely that you will manage to wrangle an opportunity for an internship or a jobRead More →
I want to share with you a life/business lesson that I learned from a manager when I was 19 years old. It was from my days working for a paint shop on my college breaks trying to save enough money to get by for the semester. During this time, I had just started taking my core major classes for my business management and entrepreneurship majors. I was learning about business finance, accounting, marketing, and communications, etc… When I would come home for college breaks, I always had a job at the paint shop and my manager would always allow me to apply the teachings I had learned at college to his store.Read More →
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