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01/19/2017 11:59 AM
Where to Find a Cover Letter Template for Your Job Application
When applying for a job, we all know that presentation is crucial. Nevertheless, although we understand the necessity of dressing smartly for an interview, many of us will neglect to apply the same level of care to our application documents. If you know that you come across well in person, but are unsure how you look on paper, you may need a little help with your cover letter - especially if you're applying for the job of your dreams and want to be top of the pile.
01/19/2017 11:58 AM
How to Write a Cover Letter for the Internship of Your Dreams
Whatever your chosen industry, an internship is usually the best way for you to get your foot on the ladder after graduating. This is typically low-paid work, and sometimes you will find yourself working for free; making coffees or running errands for people in high-up positions. But it is all experience, and this kind of placement will give you that first window into your chosen field.
01/16/2017 11:17 AM
Headhunters - What Do They Do?
This person is a recruiter whose specialty is matching corporate clients with professionals who are highly skilled. A headhunter may work through an organization where every agent, or headhunter, specializes in a particular area of jobs and maybe even geographic areas. They can also be an independent contractor. A corporation can benefit using headhunting services in two different ways.
01/09/2017 09:19 AM
Becoming a Furniture Mover
There are is a few criteria that you must meet before you can become a furniture mover. These criteria will allow you to perform the job. Usually there are no specific educational requirements but you must be able to read and write. You must be strong and physically fit and need a driver's license that is valid. A furniture mover may work for a store that delivers furniture or for a moving company.
01/06/2017 09:00 AM
Becoming a Roofing Contractor
To become a roofing contractor the path that is required can vary from state to state but many of the states share some of the basic requirements for licensing and training. When getting a license the process involves completing an application, paying a fee, and then taking the approved contractor exam. After meeting the other eligibility requirements and passing the exam, you will get your license to work as a roofing contractor.
01/06/2017 08:55 AM
Hair Salon Jobs
When working for a salon most people think that the only job is to do things with a person's hair such as cutting it, giving a permanent, high lightening, dying, and more. The two most common jobs are barbers and hairdressers. If they own their own salon, they may work alone or have assistants who rent booth space in their salon. They normally do all of the jobs that are needed to take care of their customers themselves.
01/06/2017 08:54 AM
Becoming an Exterminator
This licensed professional has the job of exterminating, or getting rid of, mice, spiders, roaches, termites, and other pests. They are also called a pest control technician. In addition, to getting rid of unwanted pests, they also have to educate their customers about the different methods that may use to get rid of the pest.
01/03/2017 07:52 AM
Are You Embarrassed by Your Sales Manager Job Description Skills? Here's What to Do
Supervisors, and especially sales managers, acquire their outcomes from the group they manage. This requires behavioral attitude that enhance the company and accommodating attitudes.
12/20/2016 08:13 AM
The Best Person For the Job Might Be A Robot?
Perhaps during this 2016 Presidential Election season you got so tired of the Political Correctness and name-calling (being called a racist) that you just decided to hell with it and voted for Donald Trump. Why do so many Americans feel this way? Maybe it is because the political correctness we are forced into isn't real, it's not what we deserve and we are just tired of it. Look as a former Franchisor CEO, all I ever wanted was the best person for the job - and I didn't give a rats rear end if that was a man, woman, gay, straight, black, white, young or old person. I didn't care their religion or non-religious status - I just wanted to win. We were not in business to lose.
12/17/2016 10:07 AM
Retraining Our Workforce For Our Future Economy
Every time there is an election the United States, politicians get up at panel debates and roll-out their plans to either create jobs or help retrain the workforce with the skills necessary for the jobs that are available. Most of this is political rhetoric and malarkey. First, government isn't very good with creating jobs, unless it hires a bunch of people for the bureaucracy, but if it does it has to borrow money or raise taxes which hurts the economy and the currency. Worse, it takes money away from consumers who would spend it and buy something while enjoying their quality of life and standard of living, or from a business that would re-invest that money to create jobs. Suffice it to say, it doesn't work.
12/14/2016 08:07 AM
Equality and Fertility in the Modern High Tech World and Workplace
Sometimes I wonder if women have be had when it comes to this whole "equality" thing and feminist movement. Before women were not expected to work and they instead worked hard at home raising the kids, while the man of the family worked long hours to provide. Feminists told us that this wasn't fair and that women could do jobs just as good as men. Great, and in most cases that is true, however, now the feminist movement has alienated men, so women are remaining single and now they have to do both - raise kids and work their butts off at a job.
12/13/2016 07:55 AM
Fast Food Restaurants, Minimum Wage And The Department of Labor
Politics sure are interesting and the 2016 Presidential Election was certainly able to make the grade. Now that Donald Trump kicked Hillary Clinton's political rear-end we see he's busy filling up his Presidential Cabinet with corporate business people, who he believes will 'Make America Great Again' and they just might. His pick for the Department of Labor secretary is Andrew Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants (parent company to Hardee's and Carl's Jr.) and that makes a huge statement about minimum wage laws. It also sends a big message to labor unions in the US - namely, no more obstructionism or BS.
12/08/2016 08:35 AM
How to Have a Plan B - Job Market Analysis for Career Transition
Being employed while exploring the job market is common sense, and those who are paycheck-dependent should be familiar with the current employment trends for their given industry, ready to move if needed. Having a Plan B takes time, however, and starts with the ability to answer six key questions.
12/08/2016 08:11 AM
3 Careers for the Future in Finance
Impacted by the digital revolution, the world of finance has deeply evolved these past 20 years and is changing faster than ever before. Reduction of storage costs and the explosion of computing power have made possible finance applications that a decade ago, people only dreamed about. In this fast and complex environment, banks are in strategic need of recruiting young talents with skills that were not necessarily associated with finance in the past.
11/16/2016 08:32 AM
How to Effective Read a Job Posting Description
Do you have a hard time finding out if your experience "fits" a particular job description? If so, this article will help you.

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