There are many things a person should do to get a head start in life. One of these things is obtaining a high school diploma. A high school diploma can open many doors to a young person for a future career in a plethora of different fields. A college degree…Continue
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With more and more professional workers nearing retirement age, the future of business depends on the Millennials. The business world today is much different than it was a few decades, so it begs the question of what this genre needs to be learning in order to be successful. Let us take a look at four…Continue
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You want to hire the best people. Always.
But the next time you try to project a “superstar” in your job description, think again.
In a Harvard Business School publication called “Toxic Workers,” Michael Housman and Dylan Minor…Continue
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You're ready to get to work but worry about the gaps in employment on your resume. You wonder if recruiters will immediately dismiss you as a candidate due to these lapses in employment. Fortunately, there are some ways you can present yourself in a positive light to…Continue
Do you need to amp up your job search? One way to do that is to improve your skills through further education. And while further education often means having to spend more money, there are plenty of classes you can take online that require only your time commitment with no fees or registration payment required.
Here are a few college courses that are beneficial for job seekers who want to step up their game and increase their chances for finding a job.…
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The competition for an entry-level job is stiffer than ever, particularly for the best-paying careers on the market. While having a college degree can boost your marketability over someone without any higher education, the advantage isn't as high as it once was.
Taking a variety of courses during your college years can elevate your job search, making you more appealing to a potential employer. If you didn't…Continue
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Recruitment is the process of finding, screening, and selecting qualified candidates for a job at a company or organization. Recruitment begins the moment a job becomes available and ends when an offer of employment is accepted by a job seeker. In between, the recruitment team (or person) may perform any or all of the following tasks: creating a job description, advertising the job, sourcing, screening, interviewing, performing background checks (including references, credit checks, and…Continue
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Is someone considering the opportunity you’ve just presented to them? When your phone rings – or email buzzes – what are the chances it is someone saying “Let’s move ahead.”? If the chances are good, then keep doing what you’re doing. If not, you better change something pretty quick!
Am I old school? You bet. I’ve survived. Not only have I survived – I’m living the American Dream! I say this not to boast but to make a rather simple…
Who didn’t have a fast food job when they were still in school? Jobs for students have traditionally centred on the fast food industry or fashion because it’s great to work where your peers hang out.Generation Z is heading into the part time workforce now and not much has changed, but some teens keenly seek out…Continue
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