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101.How To Find Your Dream Career This Year by Jamie Briggs
If you find yourself searching the internet for How To Find Your Dream Career more often than you'd like to admit then this article could be the very answer you've been longing for and assist you in finally figuring out what you want to ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2006   Hits: 307   Words: 2403]

102.Advancements in Information Technology Lead to Job Growth by Search for classes
The Information Technology (IT) industry is well known for experiencing growing pains related to the technological advancements that are the foundation of the field itself. Advancements in technology, while necessary, often force IT professionals to focus on a particular area of expertise ...
[Added: 23 Mar 2006   Hits: 351   Words: 400]

103.Motivation Letter For Work Abroad by Charlie Cory
If you are applying for a job abroad (particularly in Europe or South America), a Motivation Letter For Work Abroad takes the place of a Cover Letter. Both resumes and Motivation Letters are much less formal than their United States equivalents. The Motivation Letter, as its ...
[Added: 20 Mar 2006   Hits: 588   Words: 340]

104.Barry Michaels-Radio is My Life! by Dieter Martin
Thirty year broadcast veteran Barry Michaels, ('Michaels In The Morning') has quite a few stories to tell! His life began quietly enough, growing up a on a picturesque strip of land in the southeastern United States, with a Mom and Dad to admire and a support group of ...
[Added: 16 Mar 2006   Hits: 321   Words: 470]

105.What Do I Do After Film School? by Paul Kyriazi
I get this question a lot and have a serious opinion about it: The most important thing is to always keep your shingle hanging out, saying "I am a freelance director." Never say, "Ah ...
[Added: 07 Mar 2006   Hits: 323   Words: 714]

106.Getting Into Your Desired Job Position by Mark Louie Tobias
When we look for a job, we wanted to be working in the field we specialize or plainly have an interest with so we can utilize our knowledge and talent. Some of us successfully got what they want while others looked for ...
[Added: 07 Mar 2006   Hits: 313   Words: 339]

107.Barry Michaels-Radio is My Life! by Barry Michaels
Thirty year broadcast veteran Barry Michaels, ('Michaels In The Morning') has quite a few stories to tell and he pays tribute to those who inspired and entertained him. Legendary personalities like Larry Lujack, 'The Real Don Steele', Tommy Edwards and many of your favorites too. ...
[Added: 02 Mar 2006   Hits: 313   Words: 325]

108.Employee Compensation: How Much Value Do You Add on the Job? by Nick Thomas
The phrase "Value Added" is widely known around the world, partly because it provides the taxation basis that businesses charge their customers on purchases in many countries. And so to most of us, "Value Added" ...
[Added: 01 Mar 2006   Hits: 337   Words: 507]

109.Job and Career Advice: Your #1 Job Responsibility by Nick Thomas
Unless you're just about to begin your career, you're almost certainly familiar with a "job description" which consists of one or more pages listing your job title and a dozen or more of your responsibilities. Job descriptions exist because employees are very expensive, ...
[Added: 01 Mar 2006   Hits: 323   Words: 866]

110.Helpful UK Job Hunting Tips by Jay Stanley
Given the fact that there are multiple applicants for any opening and H.R professionals spend less than a few seconds in scanning a resume before either accepting it or consigning it to the waste bin, the importance of a good resume cannot be overstated. A well ...
[Added: 27 Feb 2006   Hits: 384   Words: 535]

111.The No Cost No Obligation Secret to Success by Hennry Ramsey
Most people say they want to be successful, but beyond saying the word, they have no clear mental concept of what success is. Getting what you really want is one definition. Attainment. Not some abstract want, like it would be nice to have this or that, but ...
[Added: 25 Feb 2006   Hits: 322   Words: 933]

112.Keywords that will place your Resume at the Top of the Selection pool by Rebecca Hawkes
For some reason, writing a description of ourselves and our life achievements is a difficult task. It is easy enough to recount our life to others, yet when it involves describing it with the aim of securing a job; suddenly the words to describe our talents escape ...
[Added: 25 Feb 2006   Hits: 355   Words: 986]

113.Make Better Choices In Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
Your career is made up of choices. You choose what you want to do, where you will do it, and what type of education will get you there. Some of your choices empower you and others hold you back. Either way, you have ...
[Added: 25 Feb 2006   Hits: 291   Words: 716]

114.Over 40? Work life Empty? by Craig Nathanson
Over 40? Work life Empty? By Craig Nathanson The Vocational Coach™ You are not alone After 20 or more years of working we seldom acknowledge that our work life is no longer meeting our needs for meaning ...
[Added: 23 Feb 2006   Hits: 533   Words: 990]

115.5 Promises that Can Take Your Life and Career to New Heights by Vickie Milazzo RN, MSN, JD
In 1982, the year I turned 28, I realized my life was headed all wrong. I had gone into nursing wide-eyed, thinking I could make a difference—even improve the state of healthcare. Then I bumped up against the reality ...
[Added: 21 Feb 2006   Hits: 332   Words: 1225]

116.How To Convince Your Boss To Telecommute by Jennifer Clason
Do you have a job that you think you could do just as easily at home? Perhaps Telecommuting is the way to go! Certain office jobs don't require people to be there physically and if ...
[Added: 10 Feb 2006   Hits: 412   Words: 515]

117.Interview Tip #211 - So You Got The Call Back, Now What? by Joel Vance
You handed in your resume with the job application and you have gotten the call. They have asked you to come in for that all powerful job interview, what are you supposed to do now? Start working your little butt ...
[Added: 08 Feb 2006   Hits: 306   Words: 413]

118.What Your Boss Doesn't Want You To Know! by C.Harris
Chicago, IL-- There's no place like home...To earn a living!! Over 27 Million Americans are now working from home. The U.S. Department of Labor has predicted that number to Double in the next ten years. So how are all of these people getting ...
[Added: 03 Feb 2006   Hits: 330   Words: 670]

119.Dark Secret to Getting Knock-out Recommendations Finally Revealed by Randal Breaux
All of us know one or two people who aren't particularly good at what they do, and yet they always seem to be the ones who get ahead in life. They advance, while everyone else ...
[Added: 03 Feb 2006   Hits: 336   Words: 861]

120.Persuade with Power by Laurie Sheppard
Mick Jagger said, "You can't always get what you want." But it doesn't stop us from trying…and it shouldn't. Yet what about those times when we're less effective at communicating our wants and getting our reward. That can be frustrating when we try ...
[Added: 31 Jan 2006   Hits: 329   Words: 567]

121.Are The Best Job Candidates Getting Away ? by Joe Pelayo
All firms of all sizes in all areas of business want the best candidates for the jobs they have available. However, in recent years, the employee-candidate paradigm has been reversed. Because of a shortage of talented candidates, there is more competition between companies for the talent ...
[Added: 30 Jan 2006   Hits: 336   Words: 574]

122.How to Start a Career in Massage Therapy by Stephanie Macintosh
A career in massage therapy can be an extremely rewarding choice for people interested in working with and helping others. While learning the proper techniques from an accredited school or academy is paramount, there are a number of other important ...
[Added: 27 Jan 2006   Hits: 308   Words: 432]

123.4 Steps to Propel your Corporate Career Forward by Gary Lavine, PhD
1. Chart Your Course Before you can really take control of your career, you need to devote some time to getting yourself organized. This type of organization goes beyond traditional steps like setting up a filing ...
[Added: 26 Jan 2006   Hits: 379   Words: 790]

124.Barista Competitions by Jim Cheresly
A barista is a person who prepares coffee drinks in a coffee house as his or her profession and especially strives to create the perfect espresso . The barista possesses extensive knowledge on different kinds of beans ...
[Added: 25 Jan 2006   Hits: 360   Words: 1083]

125.Put The Sparkle Back Into Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
Are you hiding out in your career? Are you waiting for the hiding period to go away on its own? Since your career spans 30, 40, 50 years or more, there will be moments when you will want to hide. Maybe your ...
[Added: 19 Jan 2006   Hits: 313   Words: 628]

126.Get that job you've always wanted with a great resume. by Albert
If you're looking for a job in this increasingly competitive job market your best chance of securing that job is via a great resume. Remember that a number of jobs are being outsourced so the remaining choice jobs ...
[Added: 14 Jan 2006   Hits: 372   Words: 523]

127.Is Perfectionism Slowing You Down? by Jaya Schillinger
Have you ever found yourself doing the least important things on your to-do list, while procrastinating on the very things that matter most? It's easy to understand why we procrastinate on things that are unpleasant, expensive, or time consuming. ...
[Added: 12 Jan 2006   Hits: 356   Words: 414]

128.Will Gary Kubiak Be Scared When He Interviews For The Texans? by Joel Vance
Everyone gets nervous and scared when it is time to go for a job interview. If you are one of these millions of people there is no reason to feel bad or ashamed. If you know someone who ...
[Added: 07 Jan 2006   Hits: 419   Words: 749]

129.A Simple Plan for Starting a Business of Real Estate Investing by Steve Majors
Starting a business of real estate investing - whether you work out of an office or a 'home based business' you run out of a corner of your bedroom, you can drastically change your life, ...
[Added: 03 Jan 2006   Hits: 351   Words: 1197]

130.So You Want To Go To Culinary Art School? by Colin McArthur
I'm guessing if you're readiing this you might already have an interest in or be attending a culinary art school. Perhaps you're interested in starting a catering business, working in food research and development, or as a food critic, a culinary instructor or food inspector.Or even ...
[Added: 02 Jan 2006   Hits: 346   Words: 477]

131.Six Reasons Why You Would Want to Make Money Online by David Chandler
Making money online in the comforts of your own home is a dream come true for anyone with the desire to get out of the everyday 9-5 routine. Advantages You can learn what real freedom is; ...
[Added: 30 Dec 2005   Hits: 350   Words: 428]

132.Over 40? What's next with your work, your life? by Craig Nathanson
The Vocational Coach™ What would your perfect life's work be? In mid-life, it's a question we seldom ask. It could be the one question that saves you from lackluster jobs, faceless bosses and endless commutes. Are you stuck out of fear? This ...
[Added: 30 Dec 2005   Hits: 557   Words: 973]

133.Crossing The Border to Get the Job Done by Jim Headley
Everyday thousands of people cross the border from Canada and come to America to work. There are many reasons why Canadians travel to the United States on a daily basis to work. Some of these reasons may be that they are ...
[Added: 29 Dec 2005   Hits: 430   Words: 640]

134.Eliminate Boredom In Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
The truth is our careers can be boring. We wake up everyday at the same time, take the same route to work, eat the same breakfast, see the same people, work on the same projects, ...
[Added: 29 Dec 2005   Hits: 334   Words: 605]

135.ENTREPRENEURS: Achieve more! 12 examples of Coaching and Consulting that lead to SUCCESS. by J. Kenneth Ezra
Consulting Consulting taps into the expertise of the consultant's experience. The client gains valuable insight that would normally take years and thousands sometimes millions of dollars if they were to go down the same path. Consultants usually charge a nominal fee compared ...
[Added: 29 Dec 2005   Hits: 430   Words: 1270]

136.Coming Up With Answers To Crazy Job Interview Questions by Joel Vance
If you want to get that amazing new job, you are first going to have to learn the answers to common job interview questions. The majority of the interview questions that you have thrown at you will be typical ...
[Added: 28 Dec 2005   Hits: 1000   Words: 475]

137.Discover Your True Calling by Steve Boulden
Ultimately, your true calling in life would be to: do something that you love to do, or do something that you're good at. And if you're lucky, it would involve both of these. Now that sounds simple enough, doesn't it? So ...
[Added: 24 Dec 2005   Hits: 332   Words: 598]

138.Thought Leadership in Action Series: Asking the Right Questions by Jan Phillips, MA
True thought leadership requires original thinking. It is a practice that can be learned, or rather rediscovered, reclaimed, with a certain amount of attention and surrender. As with any creative endeavor, originality in thinking, in being, ...
[Added: 22 Dec 2005   Hits: 336   Words: 1007]

139.Job Interview Tips by Joel Vance
Looking for a new job is one of the most frustrating things that you will ever have to do your lifetime. Slogging from place to place and interview to interview can get so tiring and it literally wears on the ...
[Added: 22 Dec 2005   Hits: 329   Words: 536]

140.How to Become a Computer Consultant by Joshua Feinberg
Have you ever wanted to become a computer consultant, but you weren't sure if you could cut it? Do you have a basic understanding of computer-systems, strong problem-solving skills, and a desire to help other people? If so, ...
[Added: 20 Dec 2005   Hits: 311   Words: 1183]

141.You Just Don't Get It! - How Job Interviews Are Lost by Joel Vance
Most companies have business hours. They expect their employees to be there between those hours. And if they set an interview for a potential employee at a certain hour, they expect them to be there. It's a well-worn saying, but time really is money, and putting ...
[Added: 16 Dec 2005   Hits: 339   Words: 487]

142.Five Questions That Help You Make the Most of Your Time by Rodger Constandse
Questions have the power to instantly change your focus and put you into a productive frame of mind. These five simple time management questions will immediately direct your attention, your focus, and your thinking towards your top priorities ...
[Added: 15 Dec 2005   Hits: 318   Words: 951]

143.The Enormous Power of Past Success by Stone Evans, The Home Biz Guy
I was checking my voice mail yesterday and received a message that was short and sweet. It said: "My name is Ken Shapiro. I'm the writer, director, producer and star of the motion picture 'The Groove Tube'. Please call me back at ..." Interesting. The writer, director, producer and ...
[Added: 10 Dec 2005   Hits: 388   Words: 988]

144.Becoming A Police Officer, Firefighter & Postal Worker Just Became Easier by Donna Moran
With the economy the way it is today, large numbers of people, both young and old are looking for a long term career which has some stability. The most common of which are police officers, firefighters, and postal employees. In the past ...
[Added: 09 Dec 2005   Hits: 336   Words: 559]

145.The Secret Truth About How Anyone Can Earn More Money by Grey McKenzie
If you are not happy with your position in life, and want to know the secret for success in any field, no matter what you are doing now... the answer is easier than you would dare to believe. Would you agree with ...
[Added: 06 Dec 2005   Hits: 336   Words: 476]

146.The 'Magic Word' of Goal Success by Brad Isaac
Whether you have some weight to lose or not, weight loss is an important study for anyone serious about setting goals. Weight loss is a physical, mental and physiological challenge and is often met with failure due to the seemingly ...
[Added: 05 Dec 2005   Hits: 314   Words: 1149]

147.Be in Good Wealth by Dr. Joyce Starr
I spent many years of my life attempting to heal countries and regional conflicts. A friend once told me: "When the Secretary of State sneezes, you catch a cold." I drilled into political quagmires and designed projects to make the world ...
[Added: 02 Dec 2005   Hits: 378   Words: 642]

148.Assessing Your Skills: What Makes You Different from All the Others? by Carole Martin
Gina had recently been laid off after working as a marketing manager in a high tech company for the past five years. She was distracted as she walked through the aisles of the supermarket. She was thinking ...
[Added: 02 Dec 2005   Hits: 339   Words: 528]

149.5 Tips for Getting Paid What You're Worth by Regina Barr
According to a recent study conducted by the Institute for Women's Policy Research, if current wage patterns continue, a 25-year-old woman, working full time, will earn $523,000 less than the average 25-year-old man by the time they both retire ...
[Added: 30 Nov 2005   Hits: 340   Words: 419]

150.How to Set Your Consulting Fees by Christopher Smith
For any consultant starting off, figuring out what you should bill your clients is often the most difficult challenge. Charge too much and you'll fear that you wont get any clients, charge too little and you wont make enough money. The quick answer ...
[Added: 30 Nov 2005   Hits: 411   Words: 586]


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