Resume Writing Tips

When writing your resume, whenever you find it possible, list your greatest achievements rather than listing roles, tasks or responsibilities. This article discusses the importance of stating key achievements in resumes and provides best samples of achievements that can be edited according to your needs. 1. Quantify your achievements If possible, apply specific numbers to […]

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5 Surprisingly Weird Things That’ll Happen After You Give Two Weeks’ Notice

The search is over. You’ve scored a shiny new job offer from an awesome company, and now all you have to do is let your employer know that you’ll be moving on. After you deliver the news that you’re leaving, you’ll still have a couple more weeks of work ahead of you—and those last two […]

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8 Lessons You Can Learn From A Job Interview Rejection

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What To Do During Your Employees’ First Week To Avoid Losing Them

What To Do During Your Employees’ First Week To Avoid Losing Them

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4 Mistakes Not to Make When Answering “Why Are You Interested in This Position?

4 Mistakes Not to Make When Answering “Why Are You Interested in This Position?” By Lily Zhang Hiring managers don’t always say what’s on their minds, and sometimes this results in a less effective interviewing experience for you, the job candidate. But, regardless of how good or bad your interviewer is, you’ll very likely still […]

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Top 10 Recruiting Firms in Top Echelon 2015

The Top 10 Recruiting Firms in Top Echelon in 2015

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5 keys to recruiting success

5 Keys to Recruiting Success

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Love what you’re doing or change what you’re doing

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” Albert Schweitzer

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Resumes… Should you scrap yours and start fresh?

If you are sending out resume after resume and not getting calls for interviews, you’d better revisit your resume. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results, right? Take a look at your resume and tweak wording, get rid of the cliche buzz words and be creative. […]

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Don’t burn your bridges

If you quit a job, do it with class no matter how you may feel about the company, or your boss. It is childish to tell someone off, or try to “Get them” in some way. Look in the mirror. Perhaps you were part of the problem. It is a very small world and you […]

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