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Posted June 05, 2015 by

How to get a position at a marketing agency

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Businessmen shaking hands while in their office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Marketing has traditionally been quite an interesting field for graduates from many areas, from graphic designers, to writers and graduates with various business degrees. With the advent of online marketing, the scope has expanded even more and marketing agencies offer opportunities to an even more varied selection of students.

Marketing agencies offer excellent working conditions and the ability to improve one’s skills, as well as advance within the said agencies. However, how does one get their foot in; how does one prepare and do everything in their power to get that first position at a marketing agency. (more…)

Posted February 02, 2015 by

Keep calm and go to college!

Young adult college student filling application form for master degree in library. Vertical shape, rear view, selective focus, head and shoulders

Young adult college student filling application form for master degree in library. Vertical shape, rear view, selective focus, head and shoulders. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Spending sleepless nights just because you can’t get rid of the thoughts about applying for colleges or having tough time deciding for options? Obviously, choosing a college and then applying is quite a tricky and nerve-wracking experience but we need to be composed throughout the procedure as panicking will just make the situation worse and we will end up making bad choices.

Follow some easy steps to keep this stress a mile away and to go through this procedure smoothly. (more…)

Posted January 05, 2015 by

4 questions asked in every interview along with their answers!

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Recruiter checking the candidate during job interview at office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

While interviewing for a job, you have to be composed and calm and give the best answers even when you are sweating! The interviewer, most probably a panel of interviewers, will be judging your every word and your every move to analyze your abilities and skills. So, you should go fully prepared to provide effective answers in the first go! Here, we have compiled a list of 4 questions, which every interviewer will ask, despite the nature of the job. Read ahead and get yourself acquainted with the answers beforehand! (more…)

Posted October 29, 2014 by

8 Qualities That Make You The “Great White” of Leadership

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Great white shark, South Africa. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The workplace today is nothing like how it used to be 10 or 15 years ago. There have been a humongous amount of changes in the market, not to forget the demands at the workplace that have changed drastically as well. One has to handle the complex environment, manage and lead the team in the right direction using different techniques and strategies that were not common before. While there is a variety of leadership qualities and styles, the most successful leaders share some specific traits. Following is a list of 8 highly effective traits that make you stand out as a leader: (more…)

Posted September 12, 2014 by

What to Do When Your Less Qualified Coworker Makes More Money Than You

Jennifer Parris

Jennifer Parris, Salary.com contributing writer

For the most part, you and your colleagues get along fairly well. As a team, you’re pretty much in sync, with each member pulling his or her weight. That is, with the exception of one team member, who does the least amount of work possible.

Ironically, you discovered the same colleague also makes the same amount of money as you. It’s understandable to get upset, but if you truly want to fix the situation there’s a right and wrong way to go about it.

Here’s what to do when your colleague earns the same as you—and does less. (more…)

Posted September 11, 2014 by

Grads, Interviewing for Your Dream Entry Level Jobs? 11 Tips to Prepare You

College graduates hoping to land the entry level jobs of their dreams should make sure they are prepared for their interviews.  The following post has 11 interview tips that can help.

Few aspects of adult life are more distressing than the job interview. Something about having to offer up your entire life experience to a stranger for validation makes us feel uneasy. Luckily, you can take certain steps to ensure you present your best self, no matter what position you’re applying for. (Click

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Posted August 27, 2014 by

8 Effective Ways To Handle Failure At Work!

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Young, female office worker suffering from headache or stress. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Who hasn’t heard ‘I want this done today!’ from their employer at least once in a day, or at least a lifetime? There is not a single employee who does not feel under pressure with the tight deadlines, hectic work schedules, low salaries or no work-bonuses etc. Be it a fresh graduate or an experienced employee, facing failures at the workplace is normal. But what matters the most is the ability to deal with the stress in the most civilised manner.

Take a look at the following ways to deal with criticisms and failures at workplace without going insane: (more…)

Posted July 22, 2014 by

Are You Negotiating for an Entry Level Job? 6 Tips that Can Help

Before accepting an entry level job offer, there may be something that you would like to negotiate.  If so, the following post has six tips that can help you during this experience.

When you’re negotiating with someone who has more sway than you, it’s an understatement to say it can be intimidating. It may seem like fighting an uphill battle, even defending opinions, services or products you passionately believe in. Fortunately, you can prepare yourself ahead of time and use strategies during

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Posted July 10, 2014 by

Why & How You Must Let Go Of Your Old Self and Become a Go-To-Guy At Workplace

A young businessman wearing shirt with "go" to motivate people

A young businessman wearing shirt with GO to motivate people. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Is it your dream to become an indispensable unit to your Hospital or any organization for that matter? Or, is it just the envy that you experience when you gaze your eyeballs at the one they call- The Go-To Guy…?

In either of the cases, don’t let that animosity get the best of you, because you could be that Go-To Guy too if only you try harder. Wonder, how? Well, it is fairly simple than you could ever imagine….

Ever wondered, what makes a Go-To Guy the most sought after person? Is it his aura exuding a unique charm that magnetizes others towards him? Or is it fairly something else? The answer to that is pretty simple: resourcefulness. Yes, it is his resourcefulness that makes everyone at the workplace, be it his doctor, nurses or other colleagues, instinctively seeks him when a complicated problem arises. (more…)

Posted March 28, 2014 by

How To Crack The B-School Interview

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Smiling female MBA student holding something. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Are you currently a aspiring B-school student? Then you must have decided to do an MBA instead of a pgdm. If you have already crossed the first hurdle by sending in your essays, cracked the GMAT scores and created a stellar resume, then now it is time to ace the next important hurdle of the B-school race: the interview. This is crucial part of the admission process and you should pat yourself on the back for having made it this far. However, don’t break out the bubbly just yet. Out of the thousands of interview calls, only a few make it to the actual course; about half.

If you are wondering how to put out your best for the interview, then this is what you should pay attention to. (more…)