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Job Search - Where to Learn About Job Openings
It can take months to find a job. People who use more than one or two job search methods, can find it much faster.
October 10, 2009 in Job Search Share Share

A Dozen+ Things We Recommend You To Leave Off of Your Resume
A well written resume is usually one or two pages long. Nobody reads more than that anyway. For people with a lot of experience, it may be hard to fit everything in two pages. Most resumes can save a lot of space by avoiding a few unnecessary things
October 3, 2009 in Resume Writing Share Share

LinkedIn and Your Job Search – Practical Advice for Job Searching Using LinkedIn
LinkedIn is the world's largest professional social network that can really help you with your job search. To help you use LinkedIn effectively in your job search we have prepared this guide of top Ten Tips to Find a Job through LinkedIn.
October 2, 2009 in Job Networking Share Share

The SMART Way of Writing a Letter of Recommendation
While looking for a job - where you most likely spend a few years of your life - it is important to utilize every opportunity especially when it becomes increasingly difficult to get a job offer. A well-written resume and a cover letter are only parts of the success. You might also need letters of recommendation.
September 27, 2009 in Job Search Share Share

What Employers Want to Hear at a Job Interview - Tips for Successful Job Interviews
This article will help to prepare for an interview by understanding how employers look at job candidates and their way of thinking. Tips and advice for a successful interview.
September 25, 2009 in Interviewing Share Share

The Cost of Layoffs
It's easy to calculate the savings from firing staff, but figuring the real costs is hard. A lot of managers just assume that they equal the severance payments, which is wrong. Layoffs cannot be avoided sometimes, but their true cost should be considered.
September 20, 2009 in Unemployment Share Share

How to Find a Job on Twitter – 10 Job 2.0 Networking Tips
Let's face it everyone is Tweeting these days. To make the most out of your Twitter Job Search, we've put together a list of 10 Twitter Job 2.0 Networking tips.
September 17, 2009 in Job Networking Share Share

WEB 2.0 Social Software Tools: Different Ways to Share
Sharing will become how you do work. In a document driven business sharing and reusing materials is critical to productivity. Redundant working is going on all around. Surely someone somewhere has already created the document that you need. If the content is shared and tagged, it’s easy to find it.
September 13, 2009 in Job Networking Share Share

Finding a Job and Accomplishing More with WEB 2.0 Social Software Tools
Globalization and a challenging business environment are changing the landscape of workforce and setting new requirements. It doesn't matter in what industry or occupation you are currently working or looking for a job, transformation is now necessary for you and your business.
September 11, 2009 in Job Networking Share Share

Writing a Cover Letter - Tips and Templates for a Perfect Cover Letter
Tips, Templates and Ideas for a Perfect Cover Letter to go along with your resume. Cover Letter advice and recommendations from professionals on how to write a cover letter to get you noticed.
September 4, 2009 in Resume Writing Share Share
 
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