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11 things you should do in the 15 minutes before a job interview

The 15 minutes before a job interview can be harrowing. Job seekers are never quite sure what to do with that time — but experts suggest that you look in a mirror, take deep breaths, and do whatever else it takes to get focused and stay calm. “Those 15 minutes […]

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13 Things Not to Do Before and During a Job Interview

Congratulations! You’ve been diligent about finding a new job, and you’ve finally landed an interview. What happens next? If you want to be seriously considered for the position, you must prepare carefully. One or two missteps can disqualify you as a candidate, even if you have the right experience and […]

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12 things you should never do at an interview

The problem is, when you worry so much about making sure every little thing goes right, it’s easy to forget about the things that could go wrong. So how can you ensure that you have an embarrassment free interview experience? Here are these 12 things all interviewees hope they don’t […]

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5 Simple Yet Highly Effective Job Hunting Techniques to Land Your Dream Job

Available research shows that more than half of people who are currently employed are considering getting a new job. Furthermore, more than half of people currently employed feel that they have just a job and not a career. Whether you are fresh out of college and looking for your first […]

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The One Single Most Important Thing To Improve Your Job Interview Results

Know that it’s not about you. That’s it. That is the one single most important thing you can do to improve your job interview results. Yet so few understand that. Most of you think people interviewing you for jobs care about you and your strengths, motivations and fit. They don’t. […]

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30 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER PUT ON YOUR CV

Hiring managers receive an average of 75 CVs per position they post, according to CareerBuilder.com. So they don’t have the time or resources to review each one closely, and spend approximately six seconds on their initial “fit/no fit” decision. If you want to pass that test, you need to have […]

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Job Interview Etiquette

12 Tips to Hone Your Job Interview Etiquette 1. Greet your interviewers as Ms or Mr Most people prefer you call them by their first name. When was the last time someone instructed you to call them by their last name? So what’s the big deal? Well, it’s really not […]

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How Howard Schultz went from living in Brooklyn public housing to growing Starbucks into an $84 billion business

It’s thanks to Howard Schultz that Americans today know what a latte is — and that they’re willing to drop $4 on a cup of coffee. But now, the billionaire and driving force behind Starbucks for roughly three decades has developed aspirations that are much bigger than the coffee industry. […]

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The inspiring life story of KFC’s Colonel Sanders

Have you been rejected or disappointed time and time again? Well Colonel Harland Sanders, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, did. But he took his failures and didn’t just make lemonade–he made the world a better place. Sanders was born in 1890 in Henryville, IN. When he was six years old, […]

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A 10-step guide to effective job hunting

1. Time things right Many people rush at a job search and apply for roles they have little interest in or are unlikely to be shortlisted for. Not only will this pretty much guarantee rejection, it will dampen your confidence. Similarly, if you approach agencies with a poor sense of […]

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