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Posted January 27, 2015 by

Why you should pursue a Career as a Dentist

Portrait of a dentist who treats teeth of young woman patient

Portrait of a dentist who treats teeth of young woman patient. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Do you want to pursue a career as a dentist? You most likely have already given dentistry some consideration. Whether you have decided or not if you want to become a dentist, here are some benefits that you are likely to enjoy if you choose to join this noble profession. (more…)

Posted January 23, 2015 by

Your DiSC personality: How and why it matters to your job search

 

What if we tell you that your career success – or lack of it – hinges on a single letter?

No, we’re not talking about your GPA. We’re not even talking about accidentally writing Mr. instead of Ms. in your cover letter when addressing a female recruiter.

We’re talking about your DiSC personality.  (more…)

Posted November 17, 2014 by

How to Effectively Interview with Senior Executives

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, Chief Executive Officer at KAS Placement Recruiting

Everyone thrives to have more influence at work. They want to become leaders, do something great with the career they are given and be better liked by those around them. Additionally, power translates into more money.

However, prior to obtaining an executive level position, you’ll notice that it’s imperative that you learn to interview with senior management. Despite the task seeming highly intimidating on the surface, effective C-level interviewing can be executed at any age. (more…)

Posted September 03, 2014 by

Identify the three secrets of success of an employee

Businesspeople holding white papers in the office that spell Success

Business team holding white papers in the office that spell Success. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Doing things right is not enough to be a model worker, the boss should give more to the company.

Many might think that simply by performing the tasks assigned by his superior, be punctual with work schedules and meet the standards set by the company to be a good employee. Indeed, this concept is not bad. However, if you just want to stand out from their peers and become a future leader in your organization, there are other factors to be taken into account to get your chairman.

As reported in the specialized digital -Issues Management expert Duane Dike, COO Disneyland in California and responsible for managing the hundreds of talented artists in this show, there is a triangle of factors for a leader to develop its functions effectively, and be an example among the rest of their counterparts. (more…)

Posted September 02, 2014 by

College Students, Networking to Find Jobs and to Help Your Careers? 5 Types of Contacts that Won’t Help You

As college students search for jobs through networking, they should be careful of five types of contacts who won’t benefit their careers.  Find out who they are in the following post.

I tend to give all networkers, even the “master” networkers, the benefit the doubt. Over time, though, I’ve identified four traits of people who are least likely to be a useful connection. When you encounter any one of these traits, it’s time to move on to someone else in your network…

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Posted July 31, 2014 by

College Graduates, Have You Been Hired for Jobs? Life Lessons to Embrace in the Workplace

Once college graduates are hired for jobs, there are some life lessons they should learn for the workplace.  Find out what these lessons are in the following post.

Post by Vicky Oliver Millennials, or people born between 1983 and 1999, are a talented generation of workers, bringing with them new skills to the workplace. And while this generation has been studied a lot, not all studies concur on their conclusions. Are our youngest employees more socially conscious than previous generations? More into life balance? Sometimes it

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Posted July 23, 2014 by

Searching for Entry Level Jobs? Practice These 7 Habits for Success

For those of you searching for entry level jobs, there are seven habits to practice included in an infographic in the following post that can result in a successful job search.

Based on Steven Covey’s classic book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” our friend Daisy Wright created this impactful infographic, which shows the traits closely associated with job seekers who routinely enjoy career success. As Daisy says: “These principles…are not quick-fixes for one’s job search

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Posted July 10, 2014 by

Already Have Entry Level Jobs, Young Professionals? 5 Tips to Establish Networking Karma

While young professionals are blessed to have their entry level jobs, there may be people in their networks that can benefit from any help they can offer.  In the following post, learn five tips to establish networking karma.

Hiding in the shadows can be a compelling image. It suggests a cunning and opportunistic position. Ready to strike. Rambo did it in First Blood. His eyes darting left and right out of the rain-drenched mud

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Posted July 07, 2014 by

Think You Know Recruiters? 10 Things They Want to Share with You

While job seekers might have an idea of who recruiters are, the following post reveals 10 things they want you to know about them.

As corporate recruiters, we hear the misconceptions about who we are and what we do for a living. We want to set the record straight. And since we are the ones that will ultimately be the person who decides to give you a job offer or not, so please take notes. Here are 10 things you probably don’t

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Posted May 01, 2014 by

Looking for Entry Level Jobs? 3 Ways to Build Momentum for Your Search

If you are looking to build some momentum in your search for entry level jobs, the following post has three ways to do so.

You may be familiar with the snowball effect. Or the expression about rolling stones gathering no moss. We all know the value of building momentum in business. But what does it look like in a job search? And how do you build it? If you would you like to create five little snowballs or

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