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How Can Your Creativity Grant You The Job?

Posted on July 10, 2015

Last time we wrote about creative people and what kind of jobs could be the best match for them. Since people with creative personalities are not quite like everybody else (they view this world differently and they think in a different way) there are certain jobs where their abilities could be used to the max....

Jobs for Creative Personalities

Posted on July 9, 2015

There are people around us that are so much different from the crowd. Sometimes we call them troublemakers, sometimes we call them weird because they way they behave or even look. But most of us know them as just creative people. We are often amazed by the way their minds are working. And to be...

Career Challenges: Transition to Retirement

Posted on July 8, 2015

Everything seems to has its end as well as its beginning in this world. The same goes for our career. We start working after graduation, earn money, get promoted, change jobs, build a successful career but then sooner or later we retire. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that as it is the natural course...

What If Your Internship Sucks?

Posted on July 7, 2015

Imagine you are a recent graduate and you decided to gain some experience before trying to apply to the job openings you want. How do you do that? Apply for internships right after you graduate. So you feel passionate about making your first career steps and you are looking forward to learning new things and...

Leaving a Job

Posted on July 6, 2015

Today people don’t stay at one work for too long as they seek new opportunities for growth and development. If a company doesn’t provide any growth opportunities for its employees it is likely they will seek it in a different company. There are other situations when people tend to leave – when they are unhappy...

Career Challenges: References

Posted on July 3, 2015

Most of you have put a statement like “references are available upon request” at the end of a resume or CV. This sentence isn’t necessary at all because employers expect you to provide references when they ask for it anyway. But what if you are asked to be someone’s reference? Do you know what you...

For Those Who Have Never Had a Resume

Posted on July 2, 2015

If you have never had a resume but you desperately need one you have two options: either to try and write it on your own or ask someone else to do it. If you are better off with the second option then you need to carefully choose the person who will do it for you...

Career Challenges: Salary Negotiations

Posted on June 30, 2015

There are many things employees don’t particularly enjoy doing. Most of us feel reluctant to talk about our salary with an employer. However, there is no way around it – sooner or later we have to face this kind of conversation during an interview or just at a meeting with the manager. And when you...

Career Mistakes for Those Already Employed

Posted on June 29, 2015

It doesn’t matter whether you are an experienced employee or recent graduate, you are still vulnerable to making mistakes that could have a negative impact on your career. The thing is that we all want to reach what we think our full potential is. Avoiding common career pitfalls can significantly help you develop that potential...

How to Customize Your Job Application?

Posted on June 26, 2015

We all know that it is much more effective to tailor your job applications to each and every job opening. It makes sense because generic applications assume that people didn’t care enough to spend some time on the application package. Judge for yourself, whenever you receive a generic marketing letter with some kind of goods...

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