Archive | July, 2014
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Job seekers’ questions for recruiters

Which recruiter is right for you? Here are a few questions to help you decide. Do you charge a fee? There are rare exceptions, but generally the answer should be no. What’s your area of specialization? What type of positions does the recruiter place, and what types of companies does she place them in? Make […]

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Why a Bad Job Isn’t So Bad

There’s a reason The Office – with its overbearing boss, strange coworkers, and dull cubicles – was so relatable. Most of us have at one point or another been in a job we didn’t like. Maybe it was a bad boss, low pay, or unfulfilling work that made us hate it. But we’ve all been there. The […]

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How to go to bed happy. Promise this trick works.

What makes you feel good at the end of the day? Ask most people, and they’ll say they feel most at peace if they’ve been productive, having filled their day with hard work, accomplishment, and very importantly, the little things that make them happy. Days like this sometimes just happen, but you don’t usually get […]

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Employers Use Your Social Profiles to Aid Hiring Decisions

Did you know that half of employers who perform internet searches on potential candidates, reject candidates because of social media posts?  This is according to a new CareerBuilder survey, and reported here. The survey found that 43% of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates, up 39% from last year and 36% in […]

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