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Posted August 07, 2015 by

“How to Write a Discussion Paper?”

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Young businessman thinking and wondering while writing a paper. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you are turning yourself with the question “how to write a discussion paper?”, this article with basic tips and main recommendations, will help you. So, if you were assigned to write a discussion paper or any research paper you are recommended to choose the appropriate theme of your work. Apparently you know the topic that you have chosen will influence on your results. Moreover, knowing the preferences of your reader will help you to cope with this task. That is why you may hold a little poll among the audience. This will help you to select a good theme for your discussion paper. (more…)

Posted May 29, 2015 by

Job Search: Tips on What You Should and Should Not Do

When looking for a new job, you want to make the right first impression.  This is because there are likely many other job seekers competing for the opportunities you are interested in, meaning you must stand out.  As a job seeker, take the approach that everything counts.  So, what are some things to keep in mind?  The following post offers job search tips on what you should and should not do. (more…)

Posted April 23, 2015 by

8 Convenient Ways To Work Smarter And Not Harder In The Workplace

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Portrait of stressed businessman with too many tasks to do at office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

There is not a single soul in this world who does not want to earn well without working hard. But, with every job comes great responsibility of working on important tasks and completion of projects before deadlines. Office environments can become very hectic sometimes and it may seem impossible to meet the deadlines, but you can still achieve your targets at the workplace by working smarter, and not harder at all.

Take a look at the following few ways to learn how you can smartly make the workplace a heaven for yourself: (more…)

Posted August 04, 2014 by

Interviewing for Jobs, College Graduates? What a Potential Employer Wants to Hear from You

When college graduates are interviewing for jobs, they should keep in mind what a potential employer wants to hear from them.  Find out what an employer wants to know during this meeting in the following post.

Ever think about what your future boss really wants to hear during the job interview? What can you say in that 45 minutes that greatly increases your chances of receiving a job offer? I recently heard some great advice that lined up with my previous experience as a human resources manager, so I’m sharing…

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Posted July 21, 2014 by

5 Ways to Earn Trust & Respect from Your Boss

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Boss happy with his employee. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Before you step into your new position and start working to make a great impression on your boss and coworkers, keep these tips in mind. A few simple moves like these can help you launch your career on the right foot and start immediately earning the trust and respect of those around you. Every morning when you first arrive and every evening before you leave, keep these considerations in mind. (more…)

Posted July 01, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Have You Applied for Jobs and not Received Positive Results? 10 Mistakes that Could Have Hurt Your Applications

There are jobs recent college graduates may have missed out on because of these top 10 mistakes made by job applicants, which are found in the following post.

You find the perfect job or internship. You apply. You do all the required research so you’re thoroughly prepared for the job interview. But the interview never happens. In fact, despite impeccable follow-up, you never hear from the employer. Why? Because at some point in the application process itself, you made a mistake that removed you

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Posted June 27, 2014 by

Want Recruiters to Accept Your MBA Recommendation Letters? 5 Tips to Remember

When trying to get people to write letters of recommendation for business school, remember these five tips to impress recruiters in the following post.

Business, it is often said, is all about relationships. Success often hinges more on whom, rather than what, you know. That’s one reason it’s important to secure superior recommendation letters when applying to graduate business school programs. If you can show MBA admissions committees that you’ve done a great and strategic job networking with impressive people who are willing to

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Posted April 28, 2014 by

Applying to Jobs for Recent College Graduates? Write a Cover Letter that Doesn’t Include These Mistakes

If you are writing cover letters to apply for jobs for recent college graduates, make sure they are without these mistakes in the following post.

Your cover letter is one of the most important factors in determining whether or not you will be offered the chance to interview for a job. Don’t skip this step or take it lightly. This is your opportunity to introduce yourself to an employer and make yourself stand out among a competitive applicant

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Posted April 22, 2014 by

What Entry-Level Recruiters Actually Look For (Hint: It’s Not Grades)

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Job seeker and recruiter with a quote from job seeker. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Summary: What are entry-level recruiters looking for when they size up a potential job candidate?

When you encounter a recruiter at a job fair or networking event, what traits might this person be looking for as they shake your hand and chat with you for a few minutes? And when a recruiter starts a dialogue with you online, what traits might she be scanning for as she reads your messages and skims through your resume?

What kinds of qualities and signals will make a recruiter’s ears perk up? What keywords, personal traits, and non-verbal messages will inspire them to pick up the phone and chase you down before their competitors get ahold of you? And what traits will make them glaze over and move onto the next candidate in line? Here are a few of the ways recruiters size you up, regardless of your industry. (more…)

Posted January 28, 2014 by

Internship Finder, 7 Reasons Why You May Have Not Landed a Position

If you are an internship finder who has not landed a position yet, the following post shares seven reasons that may be holding you back.

Landing an internship involves a lot of work. From reading through internship descriptions to writing your cover letters and perfecting your resume, personal brand and elevator pitch… there are many steps to consider. If you want to be successful, it is best to excel at each part of the process. If you’ve been applying but still haven&rsquo

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