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Sincere Wishes To The People Of Newtown, CT

Sincere Wishes To The People Of Newtown, CT Today we join with the millions of concerned families and individuals worldwide to extend our sincere compassion and well wishes during this awful moment of darkness that has swept across Newtown, CT. Our words have no way…

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EX Out the Drama in Your Job Search.

EX Out the Drama in Your Job Search. Some job seekers hurt their chances of getting the help they desperately need in their search because they seem to always create drama in their efforts. There are a number of ways it comes across and these…

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Is There Room for Negotiation?

Is There Room for Negotiation? Negotiating a starting salary can be a slippery slope. Make a mistake and you can leave more than money on the table. No employer wants to be bullied into paying extra, but on the same token, potential employees do not…

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Get Your Business Passion Back

It’s 9/11 day that still sparks chilling memories in most of us. The terrorist attacks on that day prompted so many of us to revisit our hopes and dreams, and to think more deeply about what we really want out of life. As an entrepreneur…

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5 ways to address a cover letter besides ‘To whom it may concern’

One of the most common pieces of job-seeker advice we give is to personalize application materials as much as possible. This includes the addressing of your cover letter. There may be cases where it’s impossible to find a contact associated with the position, but that doesn’t mean…

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In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 2)

Ever glance at a home or car repair bill and think to yourself, “I’m in the wrong line of work!”? If so, it’s with good reason. Skilled tradespeople who can build, repair or maintain equipment that most lay people cannot do on their own can…

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Resume Tips from a Hiring Manager (Part 2)

Continuing my recommendations,last category:   Personal Pet Peeves and other Miscellaneous Stuff 8. Keep it reasonably short.A One page preferred. Personally, I’m OK with two pages, so long as your experience warrants it. However, there is no reason to submit a six page resume. Ever. 9….

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Jobs in Banking: The Major Job Types and Employers

Are you interested in a banking job? Banking is a core function within the financial services industry and banks are among the leading employers within the financial field. Here is a list of the principal job categories and employers within it. Banking Jobs Before looking…

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Maximizing your cover letter’s power

Maximizing your cover letter’s power Like peanut butter and jelly or bacon and eggs, resumes and cover letters go hand-in-hand. Although both pieces are valuable on their own, they pack the most punch when served together. But while all job seekers know the importance of…

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More resume tips from EresumeX

Your resume is one of the most crucial aspects of your job search. A resume is what represents you and your expertise. With the Internet, now more than ever, the appearance and flow of your resume is more important. Rarely, do people who are job…

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