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Research becomes crucial in career relocation decisions

Research becomes crucial in career relocation decisions

AA recent survey revealed that 32 percent of employersA said theyA would be willing to pay to relocate new employees this year. To helpA job seekers considering a career-related move, look into the following: Run a simple keyword or category search and view a map detailing where the most…

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Tweets; the new homework

Tweets; the new homework

Here at EresumeX we’ve trumpeted the usefulness of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter (hey—are you following us?). These sites are still part of the new frontier, so we’re all still making up the rules as we go. And we don’t know what sites…

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Let the games begin!

Let the games begin!

Do you hear something? It’s the sound of proud citizens around the globe puffing their chests asA athletesA from their nation head to the Olympics. *hums national anthem* Every two years, either the summer or winter games dominate our TV viewing for two weeks. Events we wouldn’t…

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Oprah and Bill Gates have mentors. Do you?

Oprah and Bill Gates have mentors. Do you?

There’s a simple secret to the success of some of history’s mostA accomplished people. They’ve had incredible mentors. Bill Gates has one in Warren Buffet. Oprah Winfrey has one in Maya Angelou. A Yves Saint Laurent had one in Christian Dior. Aristotle had one in Plato, who…

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9 well-paying jobs that don’t require a degree

9 well-paying jobs that don’t require a degree

Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg and Lady Gaga all have two things in common: 1) They are incredibly successful; 2) They are college dropouts. While it’s common belief that in order to be successful and make a lot of money you need to have a college…

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5 tips for mastering a long-distance interview

5 tips for mastering a long-distance interview

A long-distance job search can be daunting – especially once you get to the interview phase. But many companies won’t invest the money to bring you in for a face-to-face interview until you’re further along in the process. That means you must master your phone…

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The Top 5 Best and Lowest Paying Jobs

The Top 5 Best and Lowest Paying Jobs

If you want to enjoy a lifetime of a top salary, go to medical school. Of course, you’ll have big loans to repay and medical malpractice insurance premiums, but getting that M.D. after your name pretty much ensures a paycheck in excess of $200,000 annually….

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7 IT jobs employers need to fill

7 IT jobs employers need to fill

With nearly 14 million unemployed workers and about five applicants for every job opening in the U.S., job seekers can’t help but feel they’re in an employer’s market. While the job market is definitely competitive, one industry continues to be the exception to the rule…

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What does a Job skill set really mean?

What does a Job skill set really mean?

AA JobA skill setA has to do with the qualifications necessary to acquire a position with a company and the level of experience that you need in order to qualify. As you work you acquire a skillset, and you should make a skillset inventory and work on developing…

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Does Personal Branding Hurt Your Chances At Getting the Job?

Does Personal Branding Hurt Your Chances At Getting the Job?

If you think those wild photos of you and your friends from the last Cinco de Mayo aren’t a big deal, you’d better think again: They could cost you a job. A significant percentage of job seekers are passed over because of inappropriate posts on…

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