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Employment Contractors, Temporary Help

Middle managers who get the ax often discover their kind of full time jobs have vanished. That's why employment contractors, providing temporary help to corporations, are great venues for you to ..
(October 05, 2008)
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Develop the Right Attitude When You're Unemployed

Everyone attending the job search seminar had printed their names on the blank nametags in front of them. Everyone, that is, with the exception of the job hunter who wrote “unemployed" on his ..
(September 24, 2008)
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Lie On Your Resume And Risk Your Future

When you lie on your resume, cover letter, job application, or at an interview - there's a high probability you'll get caught. That's why honesty is the best policy. Why it's important to always ..
(April 06, 2008)
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How To Conduct A Job Search

Your job search campaign is conducted like any other project - by breaking it down into steps. So all you need to know is what step you're on. Then decide the next logical step to take. To conduct ..
(April 03, 2008)
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Learn to Interview

You can lean how to give a good job interview the same you you learned how to get good at playing golf or any other sport. You practice a lot. Professional golfer, Tiger Woods, didn't learn how to ..
(April 02, 2008)
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How to Avoid Discrimination in The Job Market

Of course there is discrimination in the job market. Members of special groups fear it. Read this article to learn how to avoid discrimination while looking for jobs. Discrimination examples Nobody ..
(March 28, 2008)
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How to Deal with Conflict at Work

Part of your career management needs to be dealing with conflict at work. So resolving conflicts in the workplace is the topic of today's article on Your Career Service. Because you work in an ..
(March 30, 2008)
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How To Build On Strengths With Personalized Feedback

You need to build on strengths continually in order to get ahead at work and keep your job longer. Personalized feedback is a do it yourself tool that enables you to build on strengths you already ..
(March 15, 2008)
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How To Decide What To Do For A Living

The most important question you can ask yourself is, “What do I want to do for a living?" Because you spend over 65% of your life working, it's a waste of time to work in a job you don't like. ..
(March 27, 2008)
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How To Get Hired

The key to getting hired is to stand out from the rest of the pack. Most job applicants feel they're one of a million instead of one in a million. You are unique, as your fingerprints prove. But ..
(March 26, 2008)
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How To Prepare For An Interview

You'll be surprised how interviewing has changed since the last time you did it many years ago when all you had to do was show up answer questions. Today, you need to prepare for an interview. How ..
(March 24, 2008)
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How To Ask For A Raise

You need not be afraid to ask for a raise when you can show your boss that you've earned it. And when you have earned the right to ask for the raise, just make sure the timing is right. When I was a .
(March 23, 2008)
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Restore Self Respect When You Lose A Job

The loss of a job is both a kick in the head and one of life's biggest blows. At first, you think loss of a job is your fault. So when you lose a job you can also lose your self-esteem. This is true ..
(March 14, 2008)
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What To Do After Being Laid Off

Your being laid off means you're in good company this week. The U. S. Labor Department says more of you than expected have applied for unemployment as unemployment claims surge. California layoffs ..
(March 20, 2008)
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Your Job Finding Campaign After A Pinkslip

When you receive a pinkslip, you can immediately begin your next fulltime job - the job of finding a job. That means devoting at least 30 hours a week to conducting your job finding campaign. Most of .
(March 19, 2008)
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Don't Lose Your Family Over A Job

You pay a high price when you lose your family over a job. No job is worth it. That's why job-hunting pros ask questions, especially about the hours, before accepting an offer. Interviewers don't ..
(March 17, 2008)
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Great Advice About Buying A Franchise

When you've been asking yourself, “Should I buy a franchise?, " consider this advice about buying a franchise from Richard Simtob of Wireless Toyz - You need to be passionate about products ..
(March 16, 2008)
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How To Deal With Negative Feelings Over A Job loss

When you're having trouble coping over the loss of a job, you don't know whether to scream or go bowling. Your initial outcry, “I've been screwed, " is only natural. Having to deal with ..
(March 13, 2008)
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The Number One Game Is Your Job Search

After you lose a job, the number one game is your job search. So why not make a game of it. Actually, to look for a job is the numbers game. The more of your associates, friends, and prospective ..
(March 12, 2008)
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When To Ask About Salary

An interview question not to ask during the beginning stages of an interview is “how much vacation do I get, " before interviewers make fringe benefit statements first. You can also apply the ..
(March 11, 2008)
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Land The Job You Want With The Targeted Approach

An important part of your career management is to understand there's a much better way to land the job you want than mailing or e-mailing unsolicited resumes. That better way is called the targeted ..
(February 28, 2008)
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Job Search Tactics To Help Shorten Your Job Finding Campaign

Many job hunters find themselves dab smack in the middle of long drawn-out job searches because they think answering newspaper ads, posting on Internet job board, and contacting recruiters is where ..
(February 27, 2008)
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