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Before you can land that great job, you need to master the art of the interview. Find out how.

US Salaries
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If you are to ask the question, what is the average income in America? The answer can a tricky one. This is because income statistics are generally give as median figures. The Census bureau, the main source of up-to-date information on incomes, likewise avoids placing average incomes as a statistical measurement of incomes in the Read More...

Teens need jobs too
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Many teens look for part time jobs for financial and personal development reasons. Having a job during your teenage years can improve your chances of later employment. It can also help you develop valuable life skills and competences that will be useful in a variety of different situations. Many teens often don't know where to Read More...

Create A Professional Resume For Your Interview
in Jobs & Resumes, Know-How

The first step was sending your application in (well done!). Now, after reviewing your information, the company wants you to come in for a face-to-face interview. Its exciting and frightening at the same time, but there's no need to worry if you follow some simple steps to prepare yourself. During the interview, most employers will Read More...

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In case you have always pictured yourself as a person who wants to travel all around the globe, then, the jobs that require travel conditions could seem a dream come true. Even if the main part about such trips is business, you still get some time to sight-see and explore a little bit of the Read More...

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Your resume is a marketing tool that should effectively sell your skills, experience, and educational qualifications to prospective employers. When developing your resume, there are two different types of resume formats you should consider: a chronological resume and a functional resume. Your decision to choose one format over another should be dependent on your career Read More...

What's In Your Resume
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One of your worst nightmares going in to an interview usually probably includes visions of slipping up so badly somehow, you become a part of the company's urban folklore that is passed around and laughed over for ages. What is worse about writing a resume (and slipping up), is that there is written and documented Read More...

Prepare A Good Resume For A Successful Interview
in Jobs & Resumes, Know-How

Writing a resume is a difficult task regardless of your level of experience with the process. While the content of your resume is critical to its effectiveness, the layout and the format you utilize are equally as important. To get started, you should research various resume styles and find out which best stouts your field Read More...

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Photography is another art form just as any other. Many in the world are now recognizing this form of art for what it is and what the joy it can bring when done successfully. This means that there are many artiest out there trying to prove themselves and their talent to the world. The different Read More...

Job Search and Resume Creation
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Is your job search producing lackluster results at best? Don't settle for a job search that just creeps along! Instead, consider taking a more aggressive approach to take fuller advantage of high performing tactics. You need to know that an aggressive job search techniques are unconventional, often radical, and always strategic. And they work! They Read More...

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The GED high school diploma, officially known as the General Equivalency Diploma or the General Education Diploma, is not actually a high school diploma. It’s an alternative to earning a regular high school diploma from an institution. The program was initially started to help war veterans to continue their education and assimilate into society. When Read More...

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The latest reports are in on the highest paying jobs. Well, not necessarily the highest paying jobs of all jobs, but the best jobs/best companies to work for, according to the most recent rankings done by people at CNNMoney.com. These employers include Genentech; J. M. Smucker; S.C. Johnson & Son; W.L. Gore; Container Store; Vision Read More...

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Adult education classes - In this uncertain economic climate, I feel that I should do everything I can to increase my value as an employee and make myself more marketable if I get laid off. I want to give my bosses lots of reasons to keep me around for a long, long time. Unfortunately, I'm Read More...

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Writing a waitress resume can sometimes be challenging, but it is important to understand that creating a waitress resume should not be any different than writing any other resume. Writing a successful resume, including a waitress resume, depends upon making sure that all of your good qualities and experience are covered in the resume. Regardless Read More...

in Jobs & Resumes, Lifestyle

The majority of the jobs on the market these days are the dependable, yet monotonous day in and day out desk jobs. However, for those audacious and venturesome types, there are careers out there that are everything except monotonous, but still just as dependable as well as lucrative. Examples of these intriguing and adventurous professions Read More...

Most Desirable Job Skills
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It's all about the job skills.  In today’s competitive work environment, employers are more inclined to find people who can contribute to the growth of the company and not just boost its productivity. Companies need people who can think on their feet and accept change freely. If you've been in the workforce in the last Read More...