One Size Fits All Its Been So For A Decade Now

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An open job position requirement is sent to recruiters, the details are blurred, probably the job position itself was copy pasted from somewhere and tailored a wee bit. Of course there is a deadline. The recruiter has her own doubts about compensation matching up to skills. But there is a deadline and this is a […]

Aseptic Technician Jobs Require Specific Experience Of Aseptic Techniques

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Aseptic technician jobs typically require qualifications in biology or microbiology up to degree level, and specific experience in aseptic practices. Aseptic techniques are used to prevent contamination, spoilage or unwanted fermentation during medical procedures or production processes. Aseptic Techniques and Technicians Aseptic techniques aim at keeping the concerned area free of microorganisms that cause the […]

5 Unusual Jobs You Can Get With A Nursing Degree

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By the year 2014 – just eight years away – there will be 3.6 million new jobs available in the medical profession, and the bulk of those jobs – about 60% of them – will be open to those with nursing degrees of one kind or another. The demand for registered nurses is highest – […]

5 Creative Ways To Find A Job

(33 votes, average: 2.97 out of 5)

Ok, you have posted to every internet job board and every job on Monster, CareerBuilder, and HotJobs. You’ve followed up with calls and networked until you are blue in the face. Each Sunday you take the newspaper and apply for every job in your field with little to no results. Well try some unique ways […]

Tips For Getting Started With Online Data Entry Jobs

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Most of us like to start business and work from home without even having knowledge of what is required to start a home based job. Some of the tips discussed in this article will help bring forth certain factors to be considered before starting a home based work. The first thing to be considered before […]

Acting Auditions Tips

(20 votes, average: 3.95 out of 5)

If your looking for acting audition tips this is a good place to start, It’ll give you a few things to consider though because of space its not totally exhaustive, so just consider this a starting point. Acting auditions can broken down into roughly three sections, The Preparation, The Performance and The Result. We’ll look […]

How To Prepare For A Potential Job Loss

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What do you do when you have that gut feeling of impending doom about your job? Is the writing on the wall? Are you about to be laid off or fired? Is the company going under? Or is it going to come out of the blue that you no longer have a job. If you […]

What The Hr Manager Won T Tell You

(6 votes, average: 3.67 out of 5)

Most human resource managers today are limited to providing only the basics for employment verification. Fear of litigation nullifies anything that may be deemed subjective or, more considerably, litigious. Conducting the formal employment verification will typically return little more than the date your candidate started employment, the date he left, and the position he held. […]

An Effective Resume

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Your resume is your sales person. Long before you personally get to meet a potential employee or have an interview your resume will be fighting your corner on your behalf. It is essential, then, that you create an effective resume. Your resume will be one of hundreds, if not thousands, that employers will see so […]

Healthcare Jobs Are Growing Fastest

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With an aging population and new innovations in medical diagnosis and treatment, healthcare jobs are growing faster than in any other field. An aging population needs more health services while healthcare innovations increase the use of medications and the demand for treatment facilities. Even though healthcare provides job opportunities both to health services professionals and […]

Hats Off To Technology Five Reasons Why

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The next time you send an e-mail to your family, plan a vacation online, or send a photo of your newborn to your parents, you may want to tip your hat to technology. Technology, and its use, is an integral part of our everyday lives. It is so pervasive, we would be hard-pressed to live […]

How To Bulletproof Your Career

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In the not-too-distant past, ascending the corporate ladder assured management professionals of a bigger office, a stronger compensation package and a more secure future. But today, executives are being told: Don’t get too comfortable in that corner office, and don’t buy that fancy new car or boat you’ve always dreamed of – because your job […]

A Guide To Find Lucrative Data Entry Jobs

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Just like any other home based business, data entry jobs can be very lucrative and profitable if the work is done with persistence, determination and motivation. Online data entry jobs have been on the rise since the year 2001 due to the huge amount of information handled every day creating a need for data entry […]

Demand For Massage Therapists Increases As Interest In Benefits Of Massage Creates More Converts

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Projections by the U.S. Department of Labor forecast employment opportunities for massage therapists to grow by 18 to 26 percent from 2004-2014. According to the 2006-2007 Edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook, published by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, the outlook for employment for massage therapists will “increase faster than average” […]

Avoid These Resume Mistakes

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It is a mistake to think of your resume as a history of your past, as a personal statement or as some sort of self expression. Sure, most of the content of any resume is focused on your job history. But write from the intention to create interest, to persuade the employer to call you. […]

Searching For An Accounting Job

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Accounting graduates, have broader choices and specific paths to follow with their careers. Accounting requires a lot of skills when it comes to business and that is why every company has an employee that is an accounting graduate. If you are an accounting graduate, you can apply in any kind of firm. Areas may include […]

The Functional Consultant

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A map is not functional until you know where you are on it. Consultants that objectively view their current reality always find a way to reduce confusion and misalignment. Agreement with yourself and your clients about what is true right now—in your company, in your project, in your life—is critical for making clear headway. Get […]

Good Employers Want A Balance Of Assertiveness And Agressiveness How To Cultivate That Vital Balance

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Employers often avoid hiring overly aggressive employees as they drive business away. However employers want and hire assertive employees because assertive behavior projects capability and promotes a healthy productive working environment. What are these traits and how can you create a healthy balance? Assertive behavior can be many things. It can be standing up for […]

Tips To Help You Start Your Own All Round Translation Business

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There is no shortage of translators who take the plunge and set up shop as self-employed freelancers, but few have the ambition or the spirit to start up their own all-round translation agency. This is not surprising, of course, as the establishment of a full- scale translation agency is a quantum leap compared with what […]