How to Put the Job Candidate at Ease in the Interview

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Interviews are intrinsically nerve-racking for most job candidates. In fact, a study for Everest College conducted by Harris Interactive found “92 percent of job seekers fear something about the interview process.” The fear of the unknown combined with being placed under the microscope can leave even the most confident individuals a little shaken. But as… Read more »

How to Be Successful at Your First Job

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Starting your first job can be exciting and a little intimidating. You definitely want to set the right tone and make a great impression on your boss and colleagues. While you may have learned a lot in school and in textbooks, you never know how you’re going to react once you’re in the “real world.”… Read more »

How to Maximize Your Time While Looking for a Full-Time Job

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Looking for a full-time job can be quite tedious. It may take weeks, or in some cases months before you actually land a new position. So what can you do to make the most of your time and stay positive while you’re waiting? Here are some ideas. Find Jobs with Similar Skills If you’re not… Read more »

Why You Need a Mobile Phone Policy in Writing

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The use of mobile phones has increased significantly over the past 10 years. In fact, a 2015 study found that 92 percent of U.S. adults own a mobile phone. Consequently, the acceptance of these devices in the workplace is increasing as well. But there is definitely still a time and place for them in the… Read more »

A New Daily Routine Could Kick Start Your Career

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Nearly everyone settles into some sort of routine as they traverse their way through life. The key to finding career success is creating a daily routine that focuses on developing the right habits and sticking to it. Here are some tips for optimizing your routine so that you can kick-start your career. Get a Head… Read more »