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Posted November 27, 2013 by

What You Might Be Asked to Do When Interviewing for Entry Level Jobs

While job candidates may expect to answer questions when interviewing for entry level jobs, they might be asked to do something different.  Learn more in the following post.

Hiring the wrong candidate remains one of the most expensive mistake a company can make. Knowing that most employable candidates have prepared to answer the most common interview questions, many employers use behavioral questions, role playing or mock scenarios during the interview process to determine a candidate’s true potential…

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Posted October 02, 2013 by

Feeling Comfortable in Your Entry Level Job as an Entrepreneur? 7 Reasons to be Concerned about Your Business

If you have had some success on your entry level job as an entrepreneur, you should be excited, yet cautious.  The following post shares seven reasons to be concerned about your business.

Miller Ingenuity CEO Steve Blue shares the 7 silent business killers and what you need to do to get your business back in good health. High blood pressure is a silent killer. Combined with other risk factors it can lead to death. Similarly, in business, there are 7 silent business killers that if combined,

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Posted September 05, 2013 by

Getting a government job: Is it worth it?

Bureaucrat or government official holding a file

Bureaucrat or government official holding a file. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Getting a government job is not the easiest of task. With so much of competition and limited vacancies, everyone is looking eye to eye to get that much coveted government job. But is it totally worth the efforts? Let us examine.

Many of us have aspired to become a government officer while growing up. Although not the most glamorous of jobs, these are certainly the most sought after. Students spend years of their life, even after graduating, preparing for the various public sector exams. Some are so obsessed with these jobs that they do not give up until either they succeed or exhaust all of their attempts.  But is this obsession justified or is it just a false sense of pride that makes people blind to other equally bright career opportunities in favour of government sector employment options? To know this we must understand the benefits that a public sector job provides and compare that with the various shortcomings associated with such jobs. (more…)

Posted May 09, 2013 by

Having a Stressful Day on Your Entry Level Job? Learn 9 Ways to Handle It

Whether it is your entry level job or another position, some days are more stressful than others.  In the following post, learn how to make your day a little easier.

Working in politics is like being in a war. Your political fortune depends on daily news and events often outside your control. You could walk into the office on any given workday, as I often did in my previous life as a campaign staffer, to get a call from a reporter inquiring about a sensitive subject. Within minutes, a

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9 Ways to Conquer Your Chaotic Workday