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Individuals do not need to spend more time on the Internet to search for job openings. Today, people can avoid the tedious process of going through the employment page of newspapers for job opportunities. It is advisable to use online resources to your advantage. There has been a significant difference in the manner of job search with the use of online tools in the job market. Job seekers can certainly take the assistance of various online jobs search websites Like http://www.jobdiagnosis.com/ and can directly apply for relevant jobs from there.
STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL JOB Finding
...on the interview chopping block, hopeful and hopped out with the latest gadgets, haircuts and follow-up questions; it may have been ten years, five years, six months or four weeks ago. Your good, hire-me shoes are probably out of date, and your CV flounders in the ether between your entry level job and a few other rungs along the way, not quite communicating the right professional history. You’re already far behind, if you’ve neglected the fleeting fashions of recruitment; think about it, the average person moves between fifteen different roles throughout their career, changing... (more)
...the heck they want to do with the rest of their lives. Five years later perhaps, and a few changes to their major, and they may stumble on their chosen path—an expensive way to find one’s soul. I have often heard the term “universities teach you a lifestyle, colleges teach you to get a job,” in other words, you still have to learn a skill or a trade, after university, if you want to earn a living; or get an employer to train you when they are busy outsourcing employees and jobs. And universities charge a heck of a lot of money for the experience; so much that our governments... (more)
My first night back at work was Monday night. I had mixed feelings about going back to work at the club, unfortunately its sorta complicated. It was easy to go back to my day job Monday morning, probably because it is so scheduled, routine, and really laid back. So, it was easy to jump right back in and as I found out I didn't actually miss too much and I didn't have too much to catch up to bring it all current again. Working at the club is a bit different, I wasn't ready to get back into all the drama just yet. Ten days away was nice but another week would have made it better. Its not just... (more)
I was just released from prison, and I don’t want to go back. Ever. I’ve been looking for a job, but I can’t find one. I can’t even get an interview. Employers just won’t give me a chance – every application asks if I’ve ever been convicted of a crime. Once the employer sees that I answered “Yes,” my application goes in the trash. What am I supposed to do? I’m ready to go straight and live a respectable life, but if society doesn’t give me an opportunity to make an honest living, I’m going to have to turn back to a life of crime.
1. List those acronyms after your name! One professional made the mistake of spelling out each certification, rather than providing the letters. Needless to say, he didn't make it past HR. Be sure to include verbiage that hiring managers who may be non-IT would understand.
2. Create a strong, professional online presence. Specifically LinkedIn, but do not doubt the power of other social networks. Keep personal chatter to a minimum and highlight your career-oriented self, and then don't be afraid to provide links within your resume.
3. Focus on quantifiable results, not generic... (more)
...these irresponsible dolts aren’t making more money, they just decide to refinance themselves and put off the inevitable. Problem is, they mortgaged themselves out of their homes and now they expect the government to come along and bail them out. This is a very, very bad idea. It is not the job of the government to bail you out when you get stupid. But Pelosi, Reid, Dodd, Frank and Obama (sounds like a law firm, doesn’t it) all think that is the EXACT role of government – which is why they are liars on that point. If you are stupid and you mortgage yourself out of your home,... (more)
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