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Posts Tagged ‘Top List’

July 30th, 2010 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Career Advice

business man leading his team- isolatedYou don’t become an executive of a major corporation overnight.  In fact, it may be encouraging to know that many of the most successful executives have advanced their careers from low-level jobs by earning their way to the top. 

From Warren Buffet to Steve Jobs, Michael Dell to Donald Trump, all these executives started from humble beginnings.

Here are their stories:

 


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June 21st, 2010 by Sergey Novoselov   Posted in Job News, Most Popular

Find the best employers in your area:

1 USAA best_places_to_work_in_it_2010
2 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
3 JM Family Enterprises Inc.
4 General Mills Inc.
5 University of Pennsylvania
6 SAS Institute Inc.
7 Quicken Loans Inc.
8 Verizon Wireless
9 Securian Financial Group Inc.
10 Salesforce.com Inc.
11 Kellogg Co.
12 Southern California Edison Co.
13 H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute Inc.
14 American Fidelity Assurance Co.
15 Genentech Inc.
16 Campbell Soup Co.
17 Chesapeake Energy Corp.
18 American Express Co.
19 Prudential Financial Inc.
20 Qualcomm Inc.
21 Scottrade Inc.
22 National Information Solutions Cooperative
23 Marriott International Inc.
24 University of Miami
25 DTE Energy Co.


See Complete List and learn employee statistics, training days and budget, as well as, other userful information.
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June 18th, 2010 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Interviewing, Most Popular

Interview Questions that Will Make You Feel StupidAre you smart enough to work for Google? These interview puzzles are often asked at Google job interviews and are designed to test candidates’ analytical thinking.  As a Forbes’ #1 company to work for, Google is only interested in hiring the best of the best.  Compared to these questions, Our List of the Toughest Job Interview Brainteaser Questions now seems like a walk in the park!   Would you be able to answer any of these questions at a job interview?  Go ahead, give it a try! No cheating (i.e. Googling)! Please post your answers in the comments.

1. How many times do a clock’s hands overlap in a day?

2. How would you cut a rectangular cake into two equal pieces when a rectangular piece has already been cut out of it? The cut piece can be of any size and orientation. You are only allowed to make one straight cut.

3. In a country in which people only want boys every family continues to have children until they have a boy. If they have a girl, they have another child. If they have a boy, they stop. What is the proportion of boys to girls in the country?


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May 10th, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Job Search, Most Popular

TwitterAre you using Twitter for your job search? There are a lot of benefits of using Twitter. This social media web site allows you access to people you might not otherwise meet or encounter. It is easy to use; you can view and send tweets on your computer, cell phone, iPhone, BlackBerry, etc. Unlike some other social media sites like Facebook and LinkedIn, you can receive tweets from anyone; there’s no formal asking-and-accepting process. It is a great site for older job seekers, using social media web sites shows your potential employer that you are comfortable with a computer and accessing the Internet.

We have composed a list of top 15 twitter profiles that can help you find a job. We picked up these twitter users because they always have great advices and excellent tips on different job related subjects from experts who know what they’re talking about and give their own perspectives. Some of these accounts provide job seekers with job leads.
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April 30th, 2010 by Andrew Kucheriavy   Posted in Humor, Most Popular

clown-job-applicant2After much interest in our 10 Job Interview Mistakes Every Job Seeker Should Avoid article, we’ve asked employers and hiring managers to share some of the craziest responses they’ve gotten from applicants.  Believe it or not, the following responses were given by job candidates to questions asked at job interviews.  For obvious reasons, none of these candidates got hired.  Enjoy:

Why Are You Interested in this Position?
  • “To keep my parole officer from putting back me in jail”
  • “I’m allergic to unemployment”
  • “As you know, finding full time employment is very difficult right now. I have applied to over 200 positions within the last 2 years”

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