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4 Brutally Effective Interview Preparation Techniques

Most of us harbor a healthy fear of facing an interview. While it is OK to have a few butterflies in the stomach, in fact, it actually helps; it is irrational to be afraid of facing an interview. ..
(June 27, 2008)
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Writing a Winning Resume 7 Hot Tips

Do you want that dream job? A good job may sometimes attract even hundreds of applications. How do you make your resume to stand out in the clutter? The challenge is to write a winning resume, which ..
(June 27, 2008)
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7 Extremely Effective Interview Techniques

You wrote a killer resume, you landed yourself that coveted interview call and you prepared well for the D-Day. Now what? Well, the next step is the interview itself. This is what you had prepared so .
(June 29, 2008)
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Resume Writing in the Digital Age

Is your resume state of the art enough? Is it e-mail friendly? If it is not designed to be friendly with the internet, you are only making you job search more difficult. Not to speak of the ..
(June 29, 2008)
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Resume Writing 7 Effective Ways to Kill Your Resume

A well written resume is the first step in a successful job search. But most applicants confuse the primary aim of the resume, which is not to get you the job, but to get you the interview call. As ..
(June 29, 2008)
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Job Interview Ten Commandments You Should Follow

Most of us harbor a healthy fear of facing an interview. It is a natural fear, born of facing the unknown. A few butterflies in the stomach are perfectly okay; in fact, it helps to keep you alert to ..
(June 30, 2008)
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Resignation Letters Vital Guidelines

A resignation letter is one of the most important letters that you can ever write. Yet, few people give a conscious thought about how to write them correctly. Even if you are planning to change jobs ..
(June 30, 2008)
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Using E Mail at Work Ten Commandments You Should Follow

E-mail has become an accepted form of communication at the workplace. In fact, it has become such an integral part of official communication that we hardly seem to notice it. Yet, the way a majority ..
(July 01, 2008)
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Resume Cover Letter 7 Successful Tips

Say cover letter, and 99 out of 100 people will think about resume letters. Well, actually, there are two types of cover letters-document cover letters and resume cover letters. A document cover ..
(July 01, 2008)
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Job Search How to Do it Effectively

Looking for a change in job? Fresh out of college and looking for a job? Re-entering the job market? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, where do you start looking for a job? Now, ..
(July 02, 2008)
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Thank You Letter Successful Writing Tips

It is a mistaken belief that the interview ends as soon as you wish the panel good-bye and get out of the room. For an interview to be truly successful, some measure of follow up is necessary. And ..
(July 08, 2008)
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Interview Process Made Easy A Step by Step Solution

Most of us feel nervous before facing an interview. Why? This nervousness stems from uncertainty. While a few butterflies in the stomach are actually good, since it keeps us fully alert; too much ..
(July 08, 2008)
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