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5 Rules to Set Yourself Up for Success

One way in which we plan for the future is by setting goals. The dictionary defines a goal as “the end toward which effort is directed.”A  Your career takes up a large part of your life and it can be easy to lose sight of…

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4 Simple Tricks to Remembering Names

A How many times have you been introduced to someone only to forget his name as soon as you have shaken hands? In addition to being frustrating and embarrassing, forgetting names can end up costing you in your professional life. When you take the extra care…

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How to Choose and Use References

How to Choose and Use References Your references are often the last hurdle before getting the job offer, and missing information, bad references, or even too many references, can hurt your chances considerably. Having a few good references can be the deciding factor in your…

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4 Patriotic Professions

“Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.”A  For many, the quote by John F. Kennedy really hits home. People with an especially strong feeling of allegiance to their country believe that the best way to…

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4 Must Ask Interview Questions.

4 Must Ask Interview Questions. Once nerves take over, it’s easy to forget an interview is a two way street. However, not asking questions is passing up on a chance to stand out from the competition. Be sure to have a list of questions that…

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1 Million People Back To Work

[spacer size=”5″]July 16th 2012 EresumeX opens its doors for business. As part of a corporate sponsored initiative to get 1 million people back to work EresumeX was created. Tagged as “The Resume Portal With EX-Factor” this ambitious project aims to remove all barriers for job…

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4 Ways To Know…

4 ways to know if you have a target on your back. I think we all have had a time in our career when we have felt backed up in a corner and know we have a target on our back.A  We feel insecure about…

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6 Seconds. Are you KIDDING ME!?

6 Seconds. Are you KIDDING ME!? Keith Garvin of CBSDFW.com reported on May 28th 2012, that the average time for recruiters to review an individual’s resume is 6 seconds.A  Are you kidding me!?A  That was my initial thought as I reviewed the video of the…

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5 Fundamental Skills You Need To Develop

5 Fundamental Skills You Need To Develop: What is a skill?A  Simply put, it is being able to do a certain task. [pullquote align=”left”]To get us started. Having good people skills means that you can get along well with others.[/pullquote] [divider top=”0″] Skills areA learn-able. You…

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6 Employment Realities.

6 Employment Realities. [pullquote align=”left”]Businesses who responded to a state of employment market poll said there is a shortage of new employees who want to enter a corporate position.[/pullquote] [divider top=”0″] How it used to be: How it is today Workers had one career their…

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