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Posted August 26, 2015 by

Is Your Resume “Hire Worthy”?

young smiling woman holding her resume and applying for a job

Young smiling woman holding her resume and applying for a job. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

When creating your resume, you are probably thinking about including enough information that will get you an interview.  While that is the goal, a job seeker should also focus on whether or not his or her resume is “hire worthy”.  In other words, if you were the employer, would you be impressed with your resume to hire you?  Does it meet all of the expectations an employer is looking for?  Here are some tips to write a resume that reflects the best you, which can turn you from a job seeker into a job candidate. (more…)

Posted March 11, 2015 by

Choosing Best College Furniture and Dorm Decoration Ideas

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University students moving in together. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Parents who have their kids in college must be aware of the expenses incurred on this new venture of their children’s life. Smart people plan for their children’s future. When the time comes, parents have to deposit a huge amount of cash for their children’s education. Therefore, planning ahead of time is the need of the hour. Small expenses add up to a big amount in the end. Before your bank account starts to feel the pinch, you would prefer to learn more about college furniture rentals.

For parents whose children would be living on college campus, additional expenditures would not be a concern for them. Cost to be incurred on room and board would be included in a fee for every semester or quarter. Parents would not be burdened with surprise dues. Furthermore, a basic food plan would see your kid easily through the college year. Similar is the case if your child is living with you at home while he or she goes to college. Every penny saved is penny earned. Things get tricky when you have to select college furniture for your children. (more…)

Posted February 12, 2015 by

Remote DBA Experts explain the job of a DBA

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Two administrators, male and female, at server room. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Now a day’s all websites, web pages are dynamic. It means that it’s not just a page where in you read the data. You have multiple options on the page. Multiple tabs, check boxes, buttons that lead to some other data not already on the screen. All of this data shown and possibly shown on the website is basically stored in a data base. So whenever someone types in a website’s name in the address bar, the data base server pushes the home screen data. When you write a simple blog, that blog is stored in the database. When someone wants to read the blog, the blog is retrieved from the database. The comments posted on the blog are also stored in the database, only to be retrieved later on. (more…)

Posted December 17, 2014 by

How to Prepare for a Successful Video Interview

Mark Feffer

Mark Feffer

Tools like Skype and Google Hangouts have made online video nearly as easy to use as Facebook. That’s leading more employers to replace some in-person meetings with video interviews. The advantages are obvious: Managers get the opportunity to have a conversation that feels a lot more personal than a telephone interview, without the time and expense that often come with an in-person visit.

Like any other interview, video conversations require preparation. Indeed, they need as much planning as a personal interview. Here are the things you need to consider. (more…)

Posted August 13, 2014 by

College Students, Want to Expand Your Network in Your Search for Jobs? 6 Tips to Make New Contacts

For college students searching for jobs, expanding their networks could help them find employment.  In order for them to make new contacts, check out these six tips in the following post.

Your personal sphere of influence is the key to a strong career, and a successful job search. So no matter where you stand now: you likely want or need to expand your network. But especially during a job search, there’s a built-in problem: how do you approach someone you want to meet

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Posted July 30, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Want to Write Your Best Resumes for Jobs? Follow These 10 Steps

For recent college graduates looking to write their best resumes to help them get jobs, the following post includes an infographic with 10 steps for success.

There’s a ton of resume advice out there… most of it contradictory. As YouTern CEO Mark Babbitt says: “Advice on resumes is like snowflakes. It’s impossible to find two the same.” Which is why we love this infographic from YellowLineLabs.com! Here, you’ll see great advice – all told from the perspective of what your audience, the employer, wants

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Posted July 02, 2014 by

Think You’ve Found Your Dream Entry Level Job? 10 Signs that Prove You Right

Let’s say that during your entry level job search, you find an opportunity that you believe is perfect for you.  How will you know if it is?  In the following post, learn 10 signs that prove you have found your dream job.

Many dream of landing the perfect job. But do we really know what that means? Is it a specific company? The size of the company, or the location? Successful work-life integration? Four-day work weeks? Maybe a casual dress-code and Friday happy hours? Surprisingly enough, ultimately our vision of a

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Posted June 10, 2014 by

Writing a Resume to Find an Internship or a Job? 15 Tips You Can Apply

If you need some help writing your resume to find an internship or a job, check out these 15 tips in the following post.

For a large portion of my career, I’ve served as a hiring manager. In that role, I’ve reviewed an estimated five thousand resumes, perhaps more. I’ve hired sales people, tech experts, managers, marketing people and editors. While my experience may not be as extensive as some long-time HR professionals, odds are pretty good that I’ve

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Posted May 20, 2014 by

Applying for an Entry Level Job? How Your Resume Can Pass the 7 Second Test

If you are applying for an entry level job, make sure your resume can pass the seven second test.  Learn how it can in the following post.

Depending on who you listen to, it is widely believed that an applicant has between 6 and 10 seconds to impress the resume reader – the recruiter. Here, then, is my version of the 7-second test… and exactly what I look for, step-by-step, when I glance at a resume – and determine

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Posted May 14, 2014 by

6 Tips an Internship Finder Should Know Before Starting a Position

As an internship finder, keep these six tips in the following post in mind before beginning your new position.

Whether you’re finishing your freshman year in college or getting ready to graduate, when you start your first internship you never really know what to expect. So, to help you get the most of out of your internship, here are six pieces of advice that I wish someone would have shared with me as I

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