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Seven Tips for the Perfect Resume Photo

by Adam Smith, Posted at March 13, 2020, 7:18 am, Resume

A photo in the resume is a crucial element in resume preparation. It increases the chances of your resume receiving a review. Most employers are reluctant to invite a faceless candidate for an interview, and for some, photography is perhaps not...

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5 Tools for Intended Career Building

by Luci Peters, Posted at March 12, 2020, 7:32 am, Job

When traveling a long way, it is helpful to have markings. A career journey is no exception. Here are some practical tools that will be useful when you need to stop and think — "Am I moving in the right direction?"   SWOT...

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Three Questions to Ask the HR Manager Before an Interview

by Kris GT, Posted at March 11, 2020, 8:46 am, Interview

Phone conversation with a recruiter is a stage of employment that many job seekers underestimate.  But during the first communication with the HR manager may show the crucial details which can impact impressions and future dialogue....

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5 Green Habits: How to Become an Eco-Friendly in the Office?

by Luci Peters, Posted at March 10, 2020, 7:46 am, Job

Being responsible for nature and incorporating good habits into everyday life is a trend that is evident in all sectors, and work is no exception. How to take care of the environment within the office? Here are some tips for...

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5 Top Tips for a Leader in Blending into the New Team

by Kris GT, Posted at March 6, 2020, 6:31 am, Job

Adaptation in the new team frightens everyone without exception. But when it comes to leadership positions, fears arise much more. The first month of work is a decisive one for the boss. The results of his work determine his future and the attitude...

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Top 5 Best Professions for Extroverts and Introverts

by Luci Peters, Posted at March 5, 2020, 6:07 am, Job

At times, we cannot make significant career advances and begin to question our professional values. However, very often, we have a lousy knowledge of our strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes, it isn't straightforward for us to understand in what...

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9 Secrets to Successful Delegation

by Adam Smith, Posted at March 4, 2020, 11:11 am, Job

Sooner or later, employees who work diligently come when some of their responsibilities need to be passed on to colleagues. Then they leave for new projects. Note delegating does not mean giving a task to a subordinate and forgetting about it...

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7 Tips How to Make Video Resume

by Adam Smith, Posted at March 3, 2020, 6:29 am, Resume

In the digital world, when you apply on the vacancy, you need to stand out from competitors. Creative candidates often come up with a video resume. A lot of applicants often make a lot of mistakes when compiling such self-presentation. Some of...

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Tips how to change your profession without significant losses

by Kris GT, Posted at March 2, 2020, 7:08 am, Work Experience

Some people want to switch to another job. This phenomenon is becoming increasingly popular. You can become a switcher at both 22 and 65 years old. Representatives of all professions and industries decide on this. It is never too late to seek...

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How to Make a Perfect Portfolio

by Adam Smith, Posted at March 1, 2020, 6:55 am, Resume

Sometimes it is not enough to have the ideal resume and professional self-presentation and whether you fit the job.  A portfolio contains the best examples of the candidate's work that best demonstrates his skills in one area or another....

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