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Using Social Networks to Enhance your Career Prospects

Career Copilot

Today there aren’t many people who don’t have at least one social networking account. From Facebook, to LinkedIn, social networks provide the perfect opportunity for getting in touch with those you value the most, as well as broadening your horizons. When it comes to your career, you should exercise caution when social networking.

Top 8 Healthcare Occupations Offering On-The-Job Training


Perhaps your ambitions do not include heading off to college after high school. After all, a bachelor's degree simply isn’t for everyone.

3 Key Differences Between a Professional Bio and a Resume

Boomers Next Step

Are you confused about the difference between a professional bio and a standard? If so, this article will help. We’ll look at the three key differences between the bio and the standard resume, along with some tips to keep in mind when creating them. There’s no doubt it can be confusing to understand the difference [.]. Careers

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INFOGRAPHIC: How To Ace the Google Hiring and Interview Process

The Undercover Recruiter

Tweet. Remember Google? It’s that company that used to be the hottest thing since sliced bread. Please let us know if you get a job there.

Questions For Your Social Media Expert, Wizard or Guru

Resume Bear

Sean R. Nicholson. Finding a social media professional to help you with your online activities can sometimes be a tough process. Probably not.

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Building, Maintaining and Using Your Network for Job Searches

Career Alley

“ Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often.” ” – Mark Twain. Building Your Network. Maintaining Your Network.

Book Review: Strategy For You by Rich Horwath

Career Shifters

In Strategy For You, Rich Horwath explains how to use the principles of business strategy to create a fulfilling life — including how to identify what you want, designing how you take steps towards what you want, and how to be continually taking action. If you need some structure in your career change, this book could be for you!

Schedule or no schedule


Most people do not work a typical eight hour workday anymore. Schedules vary depending on what the needs of the business are. You may work during the day on Monday while working at night on Tuesday. Schedules have become flexible to meet the changing demands of 21st century life. Grocery shopping and other errands can be planned for a time when yo

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