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  • How to Stop Worrying During Your Job Interview

    If you happen to be applying for your first job, then it will be understandable that you're looking at your job interview as a life-or-death situation. You wish it to be conducted via Skype, where the recruiter (or interviewer) won't notice your shaking torso. (You'll place your hands under your legs, but it might put you in an uncomfortable position.) You'll keep on thinking that this a huge opportunity.

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  • Take a Pick: Would You Work From Home or in an Office?

    James Carville, Bill Clinton's campaign strategist during the 1992 presidential elections, coined a phrase that brought the then-governor of Arkansas to the White House. "The economy, stupid" would ring true, as economy became the main issue. It hardly changed at all despite the employment scene becoming different from the one 25 years.

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  • 5 Symptoms You Might Need to Take a Break From a Job You Love

    After competing in 51 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments, Novak Djokovic decided to skip the 137th edition of the US Open. His relentless baseline game, which brought him 12 major titles, caused elbow injury. If he didn't love the sports so much, then he might not have played through the pain during the last 18 months. He opted to sit down through the rest of the season, allowing his elbow to heal fully.

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  • 7 Tips for Working Remotely While Travelling the World

    If you ask around about every person's favorite job, more than 80% of the people asked will tell you that they want to work and travel at the same time. Apart from the ever changing and relaxing environment you are working from, you also get to know yourself better. You are not tied to a schedule. This way, you can figure out the most productive periods of the day and plan your work accordingly.

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  • Jul 19th 2017

    Getting It Done: How to Email a Resume to Wow Employers

    After reading this article, you'll never look at the email the same way again. Ever. The electronic mail, commonly known as email, isn't a letter in electronic format. It's rather a method of exchanging messages between two (or more) people using electronics. If you're applying for a job, you don't use an email to attach your resume. Recruiters won't bother to download it (and look at it) if your message isn't clear at all.

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  • Jul 13th 2017

    What is The Difference Between CV and Resume: 5 Things to Know

    If you happen to be a fresh graduate looking for that first job, then you would assume that CV and resume are one and the same. You didn't give it some thought (when you were in the university), even dared to ask your tutor (or anyone in the Guidance Office) about it. And you didn't wonder that CV would be an acronym for something.

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