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  • Powerful Job Interview Tips From A Recruiter

    If you think most hiring decisions are based on hard experience and qualifications, better keep reading. A resume gets you in the door but how you perform in your job interview determines whether you’re offered the job. This article will cover 2 types of job interview tips to help pass a job interview and get the job you want: […]

  • 5 Company Culture Interview Questions To Ask

    The big CC. No, I’m not talking about Comedy Central or Color Correcting cream. It’s what startups near and far, tiny and Google-esque, are spending time and resources into developing. It’s company culture.  Whether it’s through impromptu happy hours, or a series of in-depth Skype interviews, companies are trying to discover whether you are a good fit for […]

  • 5 Steps to Creating a Personal Brand Statement

    Whether your current career goal is finding a new job, changing careers or getting a promotion, creating a personal brand statement, or elevator pitch, can help you to define more clearly who you are and what you’re about, which will in turn help you to achieve your objective. However, we don’t always find it easy to write or […]

  • 5 Things to Include in CV for Job Search

    Your CV is an important part for job search right from the beginning of your career onwards. It should gain attention of your prospective employer so it should be as good as you can make it. Take a look at our career tips for your next job search for more help with your job search and […]

  • Career Tips For Your Next Job Search

    Career Tips I: Traditional Resume Format The chronological resume is the most common form of resume seen in the market space. It lists the candidate’s work history in chronological order. Each job is listed in order beginning with the most recent position and working toward the oldest job. Virtually all employers accept chronological resumes. They […]

  • How to Build a Successful Career Map

    A career map is your lifeboat plan for if your career were to suddenly hit the rocks. You need to have a career map so you always know where you’re going in your professional life. A career map helps in finding the right path or tells about other paths one can get onto. Here are […]

  • Finding Work in the Middle East – Expat Feature

    When you’re relocating to a foreign country, you can cover expenses like rent by taking out a personal loan while you settle in, but sooner or later you need to find work to get by. Not only that, the bank will want its money back, of course — sooner rather than later. People are relocating […]

  • Beginning Construction Job? 3 Helpful Tips

    Beginning a construction job is an exciting time for a worker. You will learn about the industry, develop strong work and personal relationships, and understand the meaning of a hard day’s work. Working in construction is not for everyone; you have to be prepared for long hours and perform difficult tasks but if you can […]

  • Construction Resume Writing Tips

    Construction workers work in a variety of manual labor positions relating to labor or maintenance. Their job responsibilities are dependent on the employer, but may include utilizing, setting up, delivering tools or other materials and working with technicians. Because laborer positions are skilled type labor jobs, their resumes should emphasize past working experience rather than […]