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Your Career Choices Should Depend On You

Posted on December 23, 2015

We depend on many people in our life and even circumstances can have a big influence on our choices. Even if you say you are totally independent we all know that’s not completely true. That’s what life is all about: we live in a society that influences our lifestyle in a way we sometimes don’t...

Volunteering as A Job Search Tool

Posted on December 22, 2015

We live in the world when everything happens so fast that we can barely keep up with the tempo offered by this new age of technologies. As a result people became so impatient when it comes to the job search: they want everything right now even though they do not deserve it. Either it is...

Job Search Excuses

Posted on December 17, 2015

We are all good at making excuses when we fail to do something. It is sometimes fascinating how our mind can virtuously come up with reasons why we didn’t manage to do what we were supposed to do regardless of situations or circumstances. Whenever something just doesn’t work some we tend to find a good...

Professional Attitude

Posted on December 15, 2015

Effective resume writing is just the first step in obtaining employment. In other words, it is only the beginning of what turns out to be a long way. Although developing an effective resume takes a lot of time and efforts this is not the final stage of a job search. It only leads to the...

Do You Really Need a Resume Today?

Posted on December 11, 2015

As this world moves into new stages of high-tech developments people keep asking themselves whether they really need a resume today. As time progressed, we have witnessed a tremendous change in how people share information either in personal life or at work. The job search approaches have changed as people realized that they need to...

Common Career Myths To Be Aware Of

Posted on December 9, 2015

All of us have assumptions and stereotypes regarding almost every sphere of life. We use them to evaluate risks and make decisions when we don’t have enough information. This is not necessarily bad as sometimes the assumptions and stereotypes that we have are very close to reality. The problems usually come when these premises are...

A Professional Writer Career

Posted on December 7, 2015

If you haven’t chosen what kind of career you would like to have in future you might want to consider becoming a professional writer. It doesn’t necessarily mean you have to write books like Joanne “Jo” Rowling or John Ronald Reuel Tolkien (although you can certainly give it a shot). This job has its own...

Becoming a Better Employee

Posted on December 3, 2015

There is a great temptation to become complacent after you got the job you wanted. Many people stop pushing themselves after they achieve whatever they wanted and that could become a problem. If you ever thought about having a successful career progression there is one thing you really have to know: no matter what you...

Popular Job Interview Myths

Posted on November 30, 2015

Today people have way more channels of getting information than they had 10 years ago. With the development of the Internet most us used to “google” the things we don’t know. And as useful as it is we have to say it can be dangerous sometimes too especially if you don’t know how to analyze...

Career Tips for Career Fairs

Posted on November 25, 2015

If you have never attended career fairs you will probably attend one when you really need a job. Whether you are an experienced employee or recent graduate a career fair could be a great opportunity to meet your future employer. The problem is, however, that there are more job seekers than employers at the events...

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