Video InterviewsAccording to a 2012 Office Team Survey, more than half of recruiters are now conducting video interviews. Job seekers should exert extra effort to acevirtual interviews.

Work EnvironmentMost recruiters ask about preferred work environment to find out how flexible a candidate is. Knowing what response the interviewer will appreciate should be your guide in how to ace this question.

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 03:04

6 Tips on How to Move On From a Dead-End Job

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Dead-End JobEver felt like your work is sucking the life out of you? Have you seen the signs that it’s time to move on to a different career? Perhaps you have something in mind that will make you feel happier and fulfilled. If this is the case, then it’s probably the right time to take action and follow your gut feeling.

Career PathsMoving onto a different career path should never be a hindrance to success. Sometimes, you are left with no choice but to pursue what you really love, no matter how different your passion is from your current job. It’s a positive life decision when you act on it the right way. You should be able to answer questions regarding your career change when you’re in an interview.

Saturday, 19 July 2014 08:46

How to Avoid Being Kicked to the Curb at Work

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Job RejectionBy Laura Leigh Clarke

We all know that feeling of being kicked to the curb. The numbness.

The disbelief.

The denial.

Mentally grappling to really register what just happened. And then, after the initial shock subsides, the sinking in the heart sets in.

Friday, 18 July 2014 10:31

How to Find a Job that Truly Fits

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Find a Job that FitsWhen looking for a job, you should always consider if you would be a perfect fit for the position available. If not, you may end up looking for another job too soon. If you see potential red flags, don’t hesitate to skip to the next company that fits your skills more.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 06:05

How to Settle into a New Job Fast

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Settle into a New Job FastBy Margaret Buj

Congratulations! You have accepted a new job offer, and you are about to start the job you really wanted.

On one hand, you are excited, but on the other hand, you might be feeling a bit apprehensive.

Will you fit in? Will people like you? Will you be able to do the job?

describe your work styleWhen called for an interview, every job seeker should expect to hear this question, because the recruiter wants to determine if you’re the perfect fit for the position available.

Places for Introverts to NetworkBy Dorothy Tannahill-Moran

Sometimes the biggest challenge Introverts face when thinking about networking is simply knowing where to start. If you are contemplating the improvement of your networking, the least obvious but one of the more critical aspects to consider is actually WHERE you meet people so you can EXPAND your network.

Friday, 11 July 2014 12:21

Refurbish a Rotten Internship in 7 Ways

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InternshipEver felt like your internship is heading nowhere? Perhaps you’ve been wanting to make an exit once the right opportunity comes your way. Whatever your situation is, there are several ways to make the most of it. We’ve drafted several tips on how to become skilled in your field of expertise during your internship.

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