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What to Do After Job Interview – Effective Ways of Improving Your Chances

By: Kate Seidametova So you’ve just had a job interview? Congratulations! You must be wondering: Did I get the job? Will they call me? What do I do now? Well, there are actually several things you can do to get … Continue reading

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Top 20 of the Most Hilarious Spelling Mistakes on Resumes and Cover Letters

By: Andrew Kucheriavy Most employers and recruiters agree that the top reason that makes them reject a resume is spelling mistakes. Some mistakes are so funny that we couldn’t let recruiters have all the fun and put together this list … Continue reading

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Three Common Mistakes Job Hunters Make

By: Shaun Rein Anger. Then fear. Self-doubt crept up insidiously and turned to desperation. Finally, happiness. Those were the feelings I went through after I lost my job during the dot-com blowup. The two founders cut the entire staff of … Continue reading

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The Vanishing 9-to-5 Job

By: Mckay Coppins How the recession is accelerating a cultural shift in the corporate world toward more flexible workdays. On a typical weekday, Jennifer Folsom works from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m., from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from … Continue reading

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Making the Best of a Bad Job Situation

  By: Anthony Balderrama Whether it’s a playground bully or a bad breakup, unpleasant situations are just a part of life. You’ve inevitably been told to “just look on the bright side” or that “you’ll get through this.” As annoying as … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Find a New Job

  By: Anthony Balderrama You’ll Stress Less You’ll Advance Your Career You’ll Make More Money You’ll Get Better Benefits You’ll Have More Time  

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