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51.Resume Makeover - Effective Marketing helps Candidates Overcome Job Hurdles by Accuro Resumes
Dominique had been out of the traditional workforce for two years—the result of moving from Ohio to Tennessee and giving birth to a baby girl. However, when her husband was transferred to the Northeast, the couple quickly discovered that he would not ...
[Added: 29 Jun 2006   Hits: 642   Words: 1074]

52.Employers are Adept at Identifying Resume Lies by Professional-Resumes
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as the perfect job applicant. All of us, at one time or another, has been late for work…has made a statement at work that we later regretted…or experienced conflict on the job with a colleague, supervisor, client, or customer. As ...
[Added: 29 Jun 2006   Hits: 505   Words: 1021]

53.The Art of Career Planning by Yulin Peng
Career planning is an exercise that is well worth the time invested in it because it sets you going on the path that leads to where you would like to go. This exercise provides you with a lot of ...
[Added: 25 Jun 2006   Hits: 534   Words: 858]

54.How Deep Discrimination and Stress Can Hurt by Claire Bretana
Discrimination may not be as blatant as 20 decades ago but its menace though subtle still exists and harder to detect. In an article written by Michelle K. Massie, a Contributing Writer, discrimination whether in the workplace or in school can cause undue toll ...
[Added: 16 Jun 2006   Hits: 399   Words: 846]

55.Do's and Don'ts for Mature Job Seekers by Claire Bretana
Summer is here and with it a lot of leisure time to spare. My time, however, is spent more and more in front of the computer than out there under the warm summer sun ...
[Added: 16 Jun 2006   Hits: 520   Words: 1036]

56.Changing Gears, Switching Careers by Katerina Mitrou
Surprisingly, if you've been considering a career move, you're not alone. In fact, many people are unsatisfied with their jobs and want to make a change, but it can be scary if you don't know where to ...
[Added: 08 Jun 2006   Hits: 447   Words: 574]

57.Preparing For A Career Change by Yulin Peng
The time has come for a career change. You wish to switch careers and it's the only thing on your mind these days. Bored, fired, low pay or high ambition, there are any number of reasons ...
[Added: 04 Jun 2006   Hits: 464   Words: 769]

58.Three Myths About The Translation Business by Fester Leenstra
The native speaker principle is overrated, and the academic concept of 'quality' means little in a business context. Statements such as these may sound offensive to translators and clients alike. Yet those who plan to start up a translation business should be aware that the ...
[Added: 01 Jun 2006   Hits: 474   Words: 818]

59.Succeed By Counting Your Chickens - Three Success Lessons From The UK Apprentice by John Watson
Three key success lessons emerged from 'The Apprentice'. 'The Apprentice' is a very popular reality TV show in both the UK and the USA. This article is based on the UK version of the show which features Sir Alan Sugar who, like Donald Trump, is a ...
[Added: 27 May 2006   Hits: 597   Words: 1517]

60.Tips To Protect Your Child Actor by Jamie Jamison
Tips To Protect Your Child Actor Getting your child into the acting business can be lots of fun for both you and your child. As your child gains more and more fame, it will become more ...
[Added: 24 May 2006   Hits: 597   Words: 793]

61.Television Modeling by Jamie Jamison
Television Modeling Models who appear on television are usually more interested in acting than in modeling. They hope to become actors by starting out in commercials; cable television programs, such as home shopping shows; industrial ...
[Added: 24 May 2006   Hits: 467   Words: 866]

62.Fancy A Job Change? by Helen Dove
A lot of people are facing job change due to corporate acquisitions, mergers, workforce reductions, or personal choice in today's rapidly changing business environment. Most of the employees subjected to layoffs or unsuitable jobs are forced to conduct ...
[Added: 23 May 2006   Hits: 396   Words: 474]

63.Jobs Portal by sunil
Applying for a new job, or a new career, can be a major task if you are not prepared with knowledge about yourself and techniques for revealing the best information about yourself when you are applying through the ...
[Added: 20 May 2006   Hits: 342   Words: 1042]

64.So what do you do? by Jay Kanik
How can we make money? Well there are 3 ways 1. Do what the System teaches: Get good grades in middle school and high school Get into a good college, or university Get a good job Now you get to spend the rest of ...
[Added: 20 May 2006   Hits: 457   Words: 645]

65.Consultancies return to MBA hiring by Mansi gupta
Consulting remains a popular career choice for MBA students and there is no shortage of work for them as demand for business school graduates continues to grow. These days a top MBA is almost a prerequisite in order to reach senior or even mid-management levels ...
[Added: 18 May 2006   Hits: 554   Words: 622]

66.In pursuit of a telecommunications career? How to move ahead by Elena Afloarei
Technological evolution, the driving force behind the growth of the telecommunications industry, continues to change the way we communicate. Entry level candidates seeking a fresh challenge, as well as experienced professionals seeking to advance their telecommunication career should familiarize themselves with the latest technologies in order to successfully thrive in ...
[Added: 16 May 2006   Hits: 419   Words: 363]

67.Applying Marketing Principles can make your Resume stand out by professionalresume writers
The business world of today has grown increasingly competitive as life becomes faster and more driven by external forces.They surround you each and every day from the back of your Corn Flakes box in the morning to the merchandising ...
[Added: 05 May 2006   Hits: 440   Words: 960]

68.Resumes and SEO. Let your resume work for you! - Mr SEO by Joe Balestrino - Mr SEO
This is a out of the norm for me. Writing about resumes, that is. I thought I'd tackle this subject to help those looking for work. I hope to offer insight to others who may not have ...
[Added: 05 May 2006   Hits: 604   Words: 416]

69.Group Coach For The Professionally Exhausted by Ali Rodriguez
It is evident that the old adage: "There's strength in numbers" holds very true in all aspects of life. None truer than when coaching in groups. The benefits are immense. - Clients are helped to achieve success in a collective fashion, while this highly interactive process, allows them ...
[Added: 03 May 2006   Hits: 381   Words: 313]

70.Get the Raise You Deserve by Bruce Elkin
"If I don't get more money, I'm going to quit this stupid job." That's how a client described one of her important goals to me. When I asked her if this was a new goal, she replied, "No. ...
[Added: 28 Apr 2006   Hits: 416   Words: 994]

71.Executive Job Search: 3 Jobseeking Ways to Find a Job Faster by Kevin Donlin
Got a difficult problem in your job search? Say, a lack of networking contacts? Or trouble answering interview questions? Well, you've got company. Problems in a job search are as common as mosquitoes in July. But ... have you ever written your problem ...
[Added: 28 Apr 2006   Hits: 322   Words: 811]

72.Use the Want Ads to Find Hidden Jobs. by Joe Turner
And you thought the Want Ads were a waste of time. How many times have you applied for a job in the want ads only to receive the " Sorry, we'll keep your resume on ...
[Added: 25 Apr 2006   Hits: 341   Words: 662]

73.The Job Application Tango by Kryssa Lighthall
We do it all the time. When we're ready for a job change we go online to search for a better job. You go to your favorite job board or employer's site, find a job that fits you perfectly, ...
[Added: 25 Apr 2006   Hits: 401   Words: 578]

74.Over 40? Is your work full of purpose? by Craig Nathanson The Vocational Coach™
How do you define your work? Do you look to your work to define meaning and joy or just to collect a paycheck? Each carries a different result. Those who seek meaning and joy in their work tend to choose ...
[Added: 24 Apr 2006   Hits: 332   Words: 723]

75.Book Review: Fired! Tales of the Canned, Canceled, Downsized, & Dismissed by Jeff Beck
Almost everyone has been fired from a job, and just about everyone has a story to go along with it. Annabelle Gurwitch, the actor and screen writer, decided to capitalize on this fact by compiling and editing a collection of humorous down-sizing ...
[Added: 23 Apr 2006   Hits: 693   Words: 686]

76.At the Interview, Don't Answer Questions. by Joe Turner
Many years ago when I hated what I was doing for a living I was encouraged by my career coach to write down several short stories about times and events in my life where I influenced the outcome. I was stumped at first, but after a few ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 381   Words: 637]

77.Do You Really Want to Work There? by Joe Turner
Most job search approaches are Ready! Fire! Aim! Don't do it. What happens in the real job search world is that most job searchers, in the interest of generating a lot of search "activity", will throw a lot of resumes ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 369   Words: 647]

78.An Effective Resume Objective Can Make a Big Difference by Joe Turner
Add an Effective Objective to Your Resume A missing or lame Objective section can get your resume tossed in the trash in a matter of seconds. There are quite simply too many better resumes out there to bother with yours. Yet ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 542   Words: 441]

79.8 Easy Steps to a Winning Interview by Joe Turner
Job interviews can be cause for all types of "jitters" arising from everything from performance anxiety to traffic jams.  You can greatly minimize your anxieties and increase your chances for a winning interview by realizing that all job interviews really come down to only a ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 379   Words: 978]

80.Getting the Biggest Bang From by Joe Turner
If you've received poor response from your online career site submissions, you'll soon change all that because here's a secret that most folks don't even know about. Today, we're going to use a Recruiter's Secret and use specific, ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 410   Words: 762]

81.7 Steps To Achievable Goals by John Edmond
How many times have you heard that being successful is all down to setting goals? It may come as no surprise to you to learn there is a lot more to success than just setting your goals. Most of us, at some time, ...
[Added: 22 Apr 2006   Hits: 485   Words: 738]

82.Career Options In Law by Paul Wilson
A lawyer helps people as well as businesses solve legal problems, understand rules and regulations, and ensure that the lives people lead are within the confines of law. Lawyers play many roles from arguing cases in court, to ...
[Added: 21 Apr 2006   Hits: 434   Words: 500]

83.What makes a "good" manager? by Darwin Brown
First of all, what is management? The dictionary defines management as "the act or art of managing: the conducting or supervising of something (as a business).". Sounds about right. But then, Atilla the Hun was a manager ...
[Added: 18 Apr 2006   Hits: 431   Words: 975]

84.Making a Professional Career Change? 10 Career-Killers to Avoid When You Resign Your Job by Cathy Goodwin, Ph.D.
Congratulations! You just got an offer for a wonderful new job. There's just one catch. You have to say good-by to your current employer. Maybe you loved your job and you face an emotional ...
[Added: 14 Apr 2006   Hits: 424   Words: 798]

85.Your Resume is the key to your Personal and Professional Success by Professional-Resumes
As a professional writing service we view thousands of resumes on an annual basis. These resumes come in all shapes and sizes with everything from clip art to graphics, bolded text and highlighting. Despite the wealth of information currently available detailing the merits of a successful resume, candidates continue ...
[Added: 14 Apr 2006   Hits: 369   Words: 1003]

86.Your Resume can Secure a Salary Beyond your Expectations by professional resumewriters
When candidates think about resume writing, they rarely think further than documenting their previous roles and responsibilities in an effort to persuade a hiring manager to call them for an interview. To many candidates, a resume is ...
[Added: 14 Apr 2006   Hits: 354   Words: 1126]

87.The Job Interview from Start to Finish by Kryssa Lighthall
The questions you ask are usually used by the interviewer to evaluate your fitness for the job. You should research enough to be able to ask questions that are not found in obvious places such as the organization's ...
[Added: 08 Apr 2006   Hits: 364   Words: 711]

88.The Skinny on an Online MBA in Accounting by Mansi gupta
Going for an online MBA means that you are wanting further training in an Accounting field - probably for some kind of management position, or for a managerial enhancement. The opportunities to pursue the accounting ...
[Added: 08 Apr 2006   Hits: 317   Words: 397]

89.How Men and Women Solve Problems at Work by Claire Bretana
Men and women are different, we all know that, but beyond the obvious are the invisible barriers that keep both genders from working harmoniously together. Each gender approaches a problem in different ways. Men offer quick solutions, while women need to discuss the problem first before drawing ...
[Added: 08 Apr 2006   Hits: 516   Words: 402]

90.Your Resume is Screening You Out. Don't Let it Happen. by Joe Turner
Done Correctly, a good resume can: Be your calling card Help you win an interview Set your agenda during the interview Continue to sell for you after you've left the interview In today's real job search world, your resume will often work AGAINST you, knocking you ...
[Added: 06 Apr 2006   Hits: 353   Words: 328]

91.7-Step Checklist Before the Job Interview by Joe Turner
By decreasing the jitters BEFORE your interview, you can increase your confidence DURING the interview. Getting nervous just before or during an interview is natural, but there are specific actions you can take to decrease, if ...
[Added: 04 Apr 2006   Hits: 339   Words: 764]

92.Will an ONLINE criminal justice program prepare me as well as a traditional school? by Jim Greenberg
At a time when hectic and stressful lifestyles are the norm getting an education long after you graduate high school or even college is quite difficult. The perfect solution to this is the ever popular and ...
[Added: 03 Apr 2006   Hits: 453   Words: 428]

93.High Impact Cover Letters - Getting Your Foot in the Door by Nick Thomas
Most job seekers put a lot of work into creating a résumé or CV, as indeed they should. But most of them then treat the accompanying cover letter as a formality - and that's a tactical error. ...
[Added: 03 Apr 2006   Hits: 306   Words: 626]

94.The 4 biggest misconceptions about an online criminal justice program by Jim Greenberg
There are some biases against the validity of online criminal justice programs, out of which the 4 biggest misconceptions regarding the same is discussed as following : 1. Online criminal justice programs are not as recognized: The key ...
[Added: 01 Apr 2006   Hits: 315   Words: 445]

95.Making Career Decisions Part 1 by Waller Jamison
Spring is traditionally a time for new beginnings and as we start to springclean our homes, some of us may be considering springcleaning our careers. Why are so many of us unhappy at work? There are probably as many reasons as there are unhappy people, but there are ...
[Added: 01 Apr 2006   Hits: 306   Words: 837]

96.From "Just A Job" To Your Dream Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
Are you in a career you love, or in a job you are tolerating? What's the difference? If you're working strictly to earn a paycheck to pay the bills, you have a job. If your days are filled with passion and delight for the work you do, you have ...
[Added: 31 Mar 2006   Hits: 301   Words: 768]

97.Resume Writing Tips by Cecile Peterkin
This September I spent two days doing Resume Assessment at The National Job Fair and Training Expo in Toronto. 400 Job Seekers received free resume assessments from nine Resume Writers. There was a 2-3 hour wait for this service that was ...
[Added: 31 Mar 2006   Hits: 335   Words: 636]

98.What makes the ITT Tech School of criminal justice unique by Jim Greenberg
A number of reasons make the ITT Tech school of criminal justice unique from other online programs. According to ITT Tech their programs are different from other online programs mainly because their programs are not completely self-guided. Instead ITT Tech ...
[Added: 31 Mar 2006   Hits: 331   Words: 390]

99.What is the Cheap Way to Make Ebooks? by Stephen Beck
The advantages of selling information through ebooks should be quite obvious. There are no production costs, no inventory costs and no shipping costs. And information products sell very well on the internet. If you have the ...
[Added: 31 Mar 2006   Hits: 303   Words: 801]

100.Where You Find a Good Accountant by Roger Gonzales
Where You Find a Good Accountant Finding Accountants Through the Phone Book The most obvious place to start looking for accounting help is in your local Yellow Pages. Most areas will have a wide variety of accountants listed in ...
[Added: 29 Mar 2006   Hits: 283   Words: 675]

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