Job Search Tips- Utilizing the Internet

Author: JenB

Summary- The internet isn't just for chatting and games anymore. More people than ever use the internet to search for jobs. It's convenient, it's easy, and it provides a lot more options than the local newspaper. Trying to figure out how you can benefit? Read on for tips on job hunting online.

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How To Take Control of your Job Interview

Author: Mark Speed

Interview Success

The following is based on a real conversation that actually took place. It’s a real life demonstration of how not to be when in an interview scenario. Obviously, names have been changed etc…

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Handling First-Day Job Anxiety

Author: Art Price

You probably know the feeling by now. Your hands are clammy and you can't quite figure out why you're unable to stop them from shaking. You're not the least bit cold, but you feel like you should be wearing winter gear. You're terrified of that shadow that seems to constantly loom over your shoulder. You feel anxiety at what you're doing, even though you're well aware of your qualifications and you know you can do the job better than anyone else on the production floor.

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Words You Should Avoid In Your Resume

Author: Sarika Kabra

We all probably know that the resume formats that we send out are what will make or break the professional relationship that we want to create with a potential employer. Even before you have actually met a person, the sample resume could be the reason that you either do or do not get that all important interview call. There are certain words, phrases and writing styles that you would do well to avoid using in your resume sample:

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Creating a Great First Impression

Author: Jessica

Interview is the resulting step of your life which can evaluate your merit. There are many resume tips for writing professional resume and even tips are available to prepare your interview questions and answers. But, the most important part of the interview is “first impression”

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How to Make a Tailor Made Professional Resume

Author: rutheralan

Nowadays lots of people are out of work and there are those who have not even tried to apply for a job. If you are one of those, you are probably unsure on how to make a good resume that would surely land you the position you desire. In writing your resume, make sure that it is tailored for the position you are applying for. Hence, you should know that there are different styles in writing it and one of those styles is the professional one.

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How To Make a Great First Impression In a Job Interview

Author: Deborah Walker

The first few minutes of a job interview are critically important for creating a good first impression. In fact, the first 30 seconds can make you or break you. Interviewers gather clues about you based on the way you look, how you shake hands, the eye contact you make and the first words that come out of your mouth. It pays to have a strategy for creating a great first impression every time you interview.

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How To Use Email To Deliver Your Resume

Author: Heather Eagar

When submitting your resume to a company for employment consideration, it’s become almost a rule to do so over the Internet. Some companies won't even look at a resume at all if it's submitted any other way, as Internet received resumes can be more easily cataloged and searched.

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3 Tips for a Successful Job Interview

Author: Ned Benjamin

Attending a job interview can be a nerve-wracking experience. These simple tips will help you perform your best at this important time.

1. Research

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Overcoming Overqualification

Author: Kermit Browning

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When I was told that after an interview, several thoughts went through my frustration-fogged mind... What kind of crazy excuse is that for not hiring me? So what if I'm 'overqualified' -- don't employers always want to hire the person with the best qualifications? If I'm willing to take this job, overqualified or not, why is that a problem? This isn't fair! What's the real reason they don't want to hire me?

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