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Posted August 06, 2014 by

College Students, Want to Improve Your Ability to Network for Jobs? Tips for Success

Networking for jobs might not be easy for college students.  So for those who want to get better, the following post shares some tips for success.

Last week, while in a room with 300 strangers, I was introduced to a woman who was sharp, outgoing, and engaging. She asked really insightful, smart questions. I had her pegged: a power networker. She was clearly in her element and very comfortable connecting with strangers. But as our conversation continued, I came to learn that she wasn’t an extrovert or

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Posted July 22, 2014 by

What challenges will you face while managing new employees?

Director smiling at desk in front of window between two coworkers

Director smiling at desk in front of window between two coworkers. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When it comes to handling new employees, there’s no magical formula or hand. But there are some important strategies to keep in mind while recruiting new employees in your company. No matter how you deal with your current employees, there are things that you should consider in order to develop an effective and specialized work atmosphere. Whenever you recruit new employees you have an opportunity to enhance your company turnover. Review the strategies provided below to increase the productivity of your new recruits. Otherwise, you may fail to motivate new employees and reduce their job satisfaction. (more…)

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 July 03, 2014 by

Why UK Universities should invest in Technology

Computer with button for United Kingdom

Computer with button for United Kingdom. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Income generated from “International students” contributes significantly to the UK’s universities. International university student market contributes to the UK economy in numerous direct and indirect ways. In 2013, they supported over £80bn ($110bn) of UK economic output, which is roughly one third of the total contribution of the aviation sector to UK GDP, and generated over £25bn ($40bn) of Gross Value Added (GVA).

Over the past few years, educational institutions have gone through harsh times, the challenging financial environment and increased international competition require innovative approaches to ensure that the UK remains a recognized leader in world-class teaching, training and researches. (more…)

Posted June 19, 2014 by

College Students, Do You Have Routines When Searching for Jobs? 4 Reasons to Get Away from Them

As college students searching for jobs, make sure routines don’t hinder your progress.  There are four reasons why should get away from them in the following post.

An article by Deepak Chopra, the famed Indian author and alternative medicine healer, suggests that routines pose an obstacle to living consciously and affect the way we work. The same holds true for the job search, and routines could be the thing preventing long-term job seekers from advancing in their careers. While

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Posted June 16, 2014 by

College Students, Need the Right Contacts to Find Jobs? 3 Tips to Build Your Network

For college students to find jobs these days, it is a good idea to have contacts who can assist them.  In the following post, learn three tips they can use to build a network.

As you build a great career, there are few things more valuable than a great personal network. And yet, many of the tasks that must be done to build a truly extraordinary network seem to go ignored. Perhaps it is because these tasks take us outside our comfort zones. Or because they require genuine effort. No

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Posted April 29, 2014 by

About to Graduate and Begin Searching for Entry Level Jobs? Career Advice from Commencement Speeches

Before college graduates begin their searches for entry level jobs, they should consider some career advice from commencement speeches in the following post.

It’s almost May, and the class of 2014 soon will be donning their caps and gowns. Commencement speeches are a final rite of passage for graduating seniors anxiously awaiting the next step in their lives. The wisdom imparted in the speeches isn’t applicable to students, but instead to graduates, as young professionals. And sometimes the advice is so good, we

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Posted March 31, 2014 by

Want to Standout from Other Candidates for Recent Graduate Jobs? 6 Tips that Can Benefit Your Career

If you are searching for recent graduate jobs, think about how you can standout from other candidates so that you will get hired.  In the following post, learn six tips that can benefit your career.

You have a career-defining interview or presentation coming up that’ll require hefty preparation, knowledge, confidence and communication. And naturally, you’re wondering what you’re up against. Any competitive field calls for the need to differentiate yourself. But how? A smile is the first step to influencing positive emotions in the world around you. Take it from

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Posted February 25, 2014 by

Dear Hiring Manager, It’s Too Bad We’ll Never Chat

Matthew Hurewitz

Matthew Hurewitz

Recruiting has been, and always will be, about people and relationships. However, with all the technological advancements, it’s easy to see where that message gets lost. A recent interaction with a recruiter on LinkedIn led me to realize that because I’m not actively looking for a job, the hiring manager will probably never know about me. Let me explain. (more…)

Posted February 05, 2014 by

Has Your Entry Level Job Search Not Been Successful? 6 Reasons Why

While it might be easier to blame everyone else for why your entry level job search has not been successful, it’s better to take a look at what you’re doing (or not doing).  The following post offers six reasons why you may not have found a job yet.

For some of us, it’s time to own up to the real reason our job search is failing. It’s not the down economy. It isn’t the employers and recruiters. It is time to re-evaluate our own efforts… and get better at job searching…

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