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251.WorkTree.com Career Library Helps Thousands by Nathan Newberger
Landing your dream job takes much more than simply applying for online job postings. There can easily be hundreds or possibly thousands of job applicants competing with you for the same job. Never think you are the only job candidate and never underestimate ...
[Added: 28 Jun 2005   Hits: 384   Words: 348]

252.How to make your application 150 times more exciting to an employer by Acland Brierty
I want you to read this article 150 times! I'm serious. I want you to do this because I want you to experience what an employer goes through when reading applications for any vacancies. Now, you may be ...
[Added: 28 Jun 2005   Hits: 266   Words: 575]

253.Successful Career, Rocky Relationship? by Jo Ball
While you’re soaring with the eagles at work, things are about as low as they can get on the home front. This is a quandary many people before you have had, but within the situation is an opportunity to evaluate ...
[Added: 22 Jun 2005   Hits: 291   Words: 475]

254.The Offer Is Not Always As Good As It Looks by Carole Martin
Have you ever negotiated an offer? If not, you are not alone. Most people DO NOT negotiate salary. They accept what is offered. Whether you negotiate a salary or not is secondary to doing your homework before accepting an offer. ...
[Added: 21 Jun 2005   Hits: 297   Words: 725]

255.Cover Letter Basics You Need To Know by Nathan Newberger
** 9 BASIC COVER LETTER TIPS YOU NEED TO KNOW ** This http://www.WorkTree.com career article gives you some common sense advice and tips when writing cover letters. The cover letter has one primary purpose: to generate interest in order to land ...
[Added: 15 Jun 2005   Hits: 366   Words: 727]

256.Five Things To Do When You Work For A Jerk by Dave Lindbeck
Do you work for a jerk? Okay, I know it’s just a hypothetical question, because we all know that if someone is a manager they have all the skills in leadership, communication, and emotional intelligence necessary to be effective in their role. Right? NOT! There may be great ...
[Added: 09 Jun 2005   Hits: 285   Words: 330]

257.Ten Hottest Careers by Alexandria Haber
What do you want to be when you grow up? If you are still trying to figure out which career path you want to follow, examine the following list of occupations currently considered the ten hottest careers: 1. Elementary school teachers 2. Accountants and auditors 3. Computer ...
[Added: 08 Jun 2005   Hits: 328   Words: 300]

258.The Five C's To Building A Career You Will Love by Dave Lindbeck
If you have clarity about what you want and need in your life, you are more likely to get it. This is as true for your career as it is for other things in your life. However, most people spend more ...
[Added: 08 Jun 2005   Hits: 321   Words: 647]

259.Will You Be Part of the Bigger Picture? by Jo Ball
With all the media attention you’ve probably become aware that there is something huge going on in the world, but are you part of this bigger picture? Day-to-day you’ll be busy contributing to your household: cleaning tidying, earning money and taking care of your ...
[Added: 07 Jun 2005   Hits: 309   Words: 445]

260.Healthcare Management: A Burgeoning Industry by Alexa K. Apallas
In an uncertain economic climate, job security is a valuable commodity. But many careers that previously seemed recession-proof have been downsized, outsourced or shipped off to foreign countries. The trick is to find an industry in which the demand for services will be continual. One such area is ...
[Added: 06 Jun 2005   Hits: 294   Words: 973]

261.Overcoming Burn Out by Valerie Garner
Burn out, it can happen to anyone. Some of the common signs of burn out can be (although not an all inclusive list) depression, mental, emotional and spiritual fatigue, overreacting to little things, negativity, lack ...
[Added: 01 Jun 2005   Hits: 350   Words: 462]

262.Does Lack of Confidence Stop You? by Jo Ball
Ever had the sense that there is more to life than you’re experiencing? Ever felt that there’s more out there for you to do, but never been quite sure of what that is? Or maybe you know what you ...
[Added: 31 May 2005   Hits: 275   Words: 395]

263.Avoid Potential Job Interview Disasters by Nathan Newberger
This http://www.WorkTree.com career article gives you some common sense advice and tips on avoiding potential job interview disasters. There are definitely things that you can do to avoid minor mishaps which could ultimately blow an interview. Become familiar ...
[Added: 26 May 2005   Hits: 334   Words: 642]

264.Job Search Tips - How to Increase Your Success by Steve Kaye
Finding a job can be a painful and difficult experience. Here are three things that you can do to minimize the pain and increase your chances of success. 1) Approach finding a job as ...
[Added: 10 May 2005   Hits: 291   Words: 558]

265.What Do I Have To Do To Become A Good Chef by Robert Smith
Being a chef is a very physical profession. You are required to remain on your feet almost constantly. Along with that, you must also be stirring, kneading, and chopping your foods. Many times, you will have ...
[Added: 12 Apr 2005   Hits: 396   Words: 350]

266.How To Know If The Interior Design Business Is Right For You by Robert Smith
Have you ever seen a beautiful house or office building and wondered who did the work? Have you ever wished that you could do some of the work that you've seen elsewhere? Many people wonder what it would be like ...
[Added: 12 Apr 2005   Hits: 399   Words: 379]

267.Age Discrimination: Smashing the Gray Ceiling by Virginia Bola, Psy D
For decades, women have chaffed at the invisible glass ceiling which prevents their moving into the high executive brackets that their competence, knowledge and skills have earned. The same amorphous barrier confronts older workers both ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 302   Words: 789]

268.Personal Contacts: The Key to Successful Networking by Virginia Bola, PsyD
When the word "networking" is used, we tend to think of upwardly mobile college graduates with a bursting day timer in hand chatting up the competition at business meetings, conventions, or workshops. The average blue/pink/white collar worker disconnects, ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 364   Words: 850]

269.Job Winning Tactic: Organize Your Attack by Virginia Bola, PsyD
Looking for work is an energy-devouring ordeal, often leading to running in circles and not getting anywhere. A systematic approach can help you focus on your goal, avoid wasting the energy you need to conserve for interviews and employer contacts, and lower your stress level. Some resources you ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 337   Words: 414]

270.Job Search Survival: Emotional Damage Control by Virginia Bola, PsyD
Looking for work is a roller-coaster ride: high with elation when you think you've found a great position, low with discouragement when you realize that someone else was offered a job you wanted. Most of the time, you fall somewhere in between, your mood cycling from ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 333   Words: 409]

271.Layoff Survival Technique: Create Your Own Job Security by Virginia Bola, PsyD
In a time of economic downturn, international turmoil, company restructuring and corporate mergers run amok, thousands of people are either out of work or fearful of losing their jobs. Is there, then, such a thing as job security? No job, ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 400   Words: 525]

272.Job Search Survival: Assessing Your Personal Value by Virginia Bola, PsyD
A week out of work is a vacation. You can sleep late in the morning, revel in your newly found free time, shop when the stores are empty, and get around to those chores you have been putting off for too long. Three weeks out of ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 347   Words: 423]

273.Age-Proof Your Resume by Virginia Bola, PsyD
Older job hunters fear interviews where their age cannot be concealed and where an initial response of dismay on an interviewer's face, quickly hidden, confirms their anticipation of discrimination. The mature job seeker often prefers the anonymity of mailed ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 327   Words: 640]

274.Job Search Survival: Accepting Judgment by Virginia Bola, PsyD
Applying for work is stressful, no matter the circumstances. Even if you are already working, and merely looking to see what else is out there, you still want to be offered the position. If you realize, half way through an ...
[Added: 24 Mar 2005   Hits: 349   Words: 464]

275.Personal Training: 3 Powerful Ways to Position Yourself as an Expert by Aaron M. Potts, ISSA CFT
Regardless of what profession you are in, it is critical that people believe that you know what you are talking about! You won't find very many successful lawyers whose clients never win in court, or popular ...
[Added: 21 Mar 2005   Hits: 331   Words: 1955]

276.Personal Training: 6 Secrets of Award Winning Customer Service by Aaron M. Potts, ISSA CFT
Would you believe that your ability to provide quality customer service to your clients is at least as important as your ability to get them results from their training program? Did you even know that customer service was going to be part ...
[Added: 21 Mar 2005   Hits: 348   Words: 1812]

277.Personal Training: 3 Keys to Training Clients in Their Homes by Aaron M. Potts, ISSA CFT
When considering your options as a personal trainer, one of the very first things to decide is WHERE you are going to train your clients. The most obvious answer for most trainers is to get a job ...
[Added: 21 Mar 2005   Hits: 340   Words: 1887]

278.A Job And A Job Promotion by Irvin L. Rozier
This is a short version of story number 19 (out of 50) from my book, My Walk with the Lord, Psalm 75. 6,7 "For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south. But God is the judge: he putteth down ...
[Added: 18 Mar 2005   Hits: 513   Words: 549]

279.Electronic Resume Tips by Samira Belmekki
Electronic resumes are an essential tool for both job seekers and employers in today's job market. These days, more and more employers are asking candidates to submit their resumes online. An effective E-resume will get you to ...
[Added: 09 Jan 2005   Hits: 368   Words: 377]

280.How to get a job offer from every interview by Dirk Wessels
About four years ago a friend told me one night that she had an interview the next week and was looking for some comfort as she was extremely nervous, as most people are about interviews. I thought back ...
[Added: 12 Nov 2004   Hits: 303   Words: 1499]

281.Why More Women Should Consider a Career in Computer Programming by V. Berba Velasco Jr., Ph.D.
Everyone knows that computer programming is a heavily male-dominated field. I think this is unfortunate. Over the years, I've come to conclude that there is a great deal that women can contribute to this field. Why is computer programming regarded as ...
[Added: 08 Nov 2004   Hits: 402   Words: 543]


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