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Posted June 05, 2015 by

How to use the secret language of job postings to supercharge your resume, cover letter and interview

 

Job postings have a secret language all their own and understanding this can supercharge both resume and cover letter, plus your performance at job interviews.

There are half a dozen keywords and phrases that you see in almost every job posting. These words and phrases are so commonly used that most people say they are meaningless – that you could put any job title on top of them. These people are missing the point. Far from being pointless, these words represent a secret language that most job hunters never grasp but should include in their job application. Those that elaborate on these keywords and phrases are the ones who get the job offers and the subsequently promotions that help them achieve far greater levels of long-term success.  (more…)

Posted April 20, 2015 by

Learn Time Management Skills in your College; you will thank yourself

Education and time management concept - student showing clock

Education and time management concept – student showing clock. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Human beings are creatures who remain busy in doing nothing. Whether, it’s a weekday or a weekend, we remain busy. We are so busy, that one cannot take out time to meet other or have a word with each other.

We do talk to each other but that’s called a chat these days. Now a days, communication is made so easier that one need not to do an extra effort to approach others. Internet has made this world smaller while making us all a little busier. If not doing work, we must be busy in sleeping, busy in chatting, busy in stalking Facebook profiles or may be busy in just surfing the internet. (more…)

Posted May 23, 2013 by

Young Professionals with Entry Level Jobs, Do You Know These 25 Things?

Entry level jobs can allow people to learn on the job.  In addition, young professionals in the workforce should learn 25 things, according to the following post.

Your 20s are a hugely formative period of your career. They’re your chance to learn, grow, develop and put yourself on the path for happiness and success. But are you using them to your advantage? In response to a post titled Sorry, College Grads, I Probably Won’t Hire You in which a tech company president

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25 Things Every Young Professional Should Know by Age 25