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Jobs in Finance – Targeted Job Search

Career Alley

Whatever you do for a living (or whatever you want to do for a living) requires focus if you want to be successful. The "shotgun" approach to job search does not really work (as in applying for every job). Job Search Company Career Sites finance Job Sites

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6 Skype Interview Tips to Get the Job

Jobacle

These Skype interview tips 2016 will separate you from the pack! You’ve probably had a phone interview, and if you’re gainfully employed, chances are good that you’ve had an in-person interview as well. But a new wave of job interviewing has popped up – the Skype interview. A Skype interview is an awkward cross between […]. The post 6 Skype Interview Tips to Get the Job appeared first on Jobacle.com. Interview Help Your Job Search 2016 Skype interview tips

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5 Signs You Have Courage

Ms. Career Girl

The post 5 Signs You Have Courage appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. You experience the fear emotion in the face of perceived threat, pain, or danger. Your fear either cripples you or causes you to dig deep and emerge with courage: the ability to do something in the face of pain or perceived threat. How do you know if you’ve got it? You tried something new. Unknown territory can feel scary. New partner, new baby, new company, new home, new friends, new habits, new workout plans, and so on.

2016 154

Make Your Resume Pop With Some Inspiration from These Stellar Ideas

Professional Resume Services

A professional resume writing service can help you stand out. A lot of resume advice articles you’ve seen have likely told you to keep the fluff to a minimum. In most cases, this is true. Recruiters generally only have a short amount of time to read your resume, meaning you’ll have to make it count by marketing yourself and your experiences in an easily consumable way.

2016 144

Following Your Dreams – Be Your Own Boss

Career Alley

If you’ve lost your job, then the first concern is already a reality (loss of income). Funding a new business can be difficult, but there are a number of options that may help with this too. Career Opportunities Self Employed

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3 Executive Job Search Email Misconceptions

Executive Career Brand

You’ve taken the time and care to write a meaty, brand-reinforcing email message. You feel you’ve gotten all your ducks in a row, and you’re ready to hit “send”. But wait. It’s time to take one last look at your email message. tweak it before sending it. and consider what happens to it, once you’ve sent it out there into the email stratosphere. You may have these email misconceptions: 1. Your email message will convey tone and nuance. Your meaning can easily be taken the wrong way.

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Traveling Solo ? Tips to Consider!

Ms. Career Girl

The post Traveling Solo ? Tips to Consider! appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. When thinking of travelling alone around the world, or even to another country, it can be a daunting thing. You have to think of where you’re going, how long you’re going to be there, when you’re going and what you’re going to need. Not to mention the lack of companionship. But what if you didn’t have to worry about that last part? Traveling Solo Tips.

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Time to Move on? Jump Start your Job Search

Career Alley

A short story to start my slightly longer post. Please stay with me, there is a point to this. You are swimming in the ocean. It’s a beautiful day, the water is calm and you can see palm trees on the beach. Serenity – all is well, not a care in the […]. Career advice Company Research Cover letters Job Search Plan Resumes

2016 239

Is your head in the sand?

Career Trend

Luck is what happens when preparedness meets opportunity. Seneca Most of us have been guilty of the “they’re so lucky” assertions. I hear it from careerists in regard to wishes for better opportunities and wistful envy of a colleague’s or friend’s advancements while they are left in what feels like the dust of opportunity and […]. The post Is your head in the sand? appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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Sexuality : Embracing the Magnetism

Ms. Career Girl

The post Sexuality : Embracing the Magnetism appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Western culture has been criticized for our emphasis on sexuality. For being womanizing, for promoting everything from soup to nuts and soap to butts with sex. And while the subject is usually considered to be of the female gender, though more subtle, men are just as much in the game. It's time this was put into perspective. Sexuality Definition.

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Do I have to disclose that I was fired?

Evil HR Lady

I moved across the country for a new job. Everything they told me in the interview was a lie. I was abused and bullied to the point of medical issues and having to see a therapist. After inquiring about short-term disability medical leave, just today, I was fired from that job. I was thinking about filing an EEOC complaint, but I’m so spiritually exhausted that I just want to move on now. Legally, do I have to disclose that I was fired to future employers?

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5 Medical Career Specialty Careers to Consider

Career Alley

Having a career in the medical industry is an incredible service to society and can be very rewarding as well. There are many jobs available in this field that allow you to leverage your interest in the medical industry. The healthcare field is growing faster than any other industry with around 3.2 million new jobs in the field expected to be created by 2018. Career Opportunities Medical Careers

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Carried Interest – Key Words & Phrases

Sklover Working Wisdom

What is the meaning of: “ CARRIED INTEREST ” ? Carried Interest” (sometimes called “Carry”) is a term used to refer to one of the fees an investment manager may receive. It is a share of the investment’s profits, over and above any share of the investment profits that the manager may be due from the manager’s own initial contribution to the investment. It is really a kind of “performance bonus,” because the greater the investment’s profits, the greater the manager’s “carried interest” is worth.

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Bored at Work? 15 Ways to Stay Productive

Ms. Career Girl

The post Bored at Work? 15 Ways to Stay Productive appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. You're done with today's work, and still have time to kill before 5 o'clock. Awesome! But unless you work from home, you can't just head out before everyone else does. So how do you occupy yourself in the meantime, without looking like a slacker or breaking company rules? Here's how to stay productive. De-Clutter Your Desk. . Is your desk so messy that it takes you several minutes just to find a pen?

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Stop Being Cheap: Why Saving Money On Salary is Costing You Big Time

Evil HR Lady

Here is a true story and a cautionary tale about an attempt to save some money on a salary. Jane received a promotion at work. When she received the paperwork from HR, they detailed a salary that included a 10 percent raise. She was thrilled and happily began her new position. A few weeks later, the HR manager called her in. “Jane,” she said, “There’s been a mistake. Your increase was supposed to be a five percent increase, not a 10 percent one.

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5 Hot Careers in Healthcare

Career Alley

Choosing a career is not an easy thing to do. It can become rather overwhelming and confusing because of the large amount of choices out there. Deciding to go to school for a particular career requires a large commitment of time and money. Therefore, you really need to be sure of what you want to […]. Career Opportunities Healthcare Careers

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Hack your commute: 5 ways to make the most of your commute

Cube Rules

Commuting almost certainly wouldn’t make it onto a list of favorite daily tasks, and studies show it’s responsible for many ailments. However, unless you’re lucky enough to have a telecommuting option, commuting is probably your only choice when it comes to getting from couch to cubicle. Fortunately, the transit time doesn’t have to be […]. The post Hack your commute: 5 ways to make the most of your commute appeared first on Cube Rules. Cube Rules Commentary

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Millennials: Fickle or Pragmatic?

Ms. Career Girl

The post Millennials: Fickle or Pragmatic? appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. With each great generation comes a new type of thinking. Generation X were our parents, and before them the Baby Boomers. We were born in a time where the world was relatively at peace, and technology was expanding so rapidly, new things became old faster than ever before.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“When the music changes, so does the dance.”. African Proverb. Each thing we do, we do in a context. What is customary today, may be out of fashion tomorrow, and even unimaginable the day after that. At work, things change, too, including managements, goals, and methods. Keep yourself aware of the currents of change, and watch which ways they flow. Don’t be afraid to adapt. Be afraid, instead, not to. 2016 Alan L. Sklover. All Rights Reserved. [If

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Your Executives Don’t Know Everything

Evil HR Lady

When I was a child, it never once occurred to me that my parents didn’t know everything. I mean, sure, they didn’t understand what it was like to be in high school (because they were “so old”), but they obviously knew how to handle car repairs, when to see the doctor, and how to handle my rebellious siblings. (I, I, of course, was perfect.). Then I became an adult—and learned that most of adulthood is just winging it.

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Best fitting jobs for your personality

Cube Rules

It can be very challenging to find a job you enjoy and that matches your personality type. Most HR and career experts divide different personalities into areas like energy level, thinking style, personal values, and lifestyle. Here are four jobs for these four types of personalities. Energy Level Extroverts have high energy levels and enjoy […]. The post Best fitting jobs for your personality appeared first on Cube Rules. Job Search

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The Power of Likeability

Ms. Career Girl

The post The Power of Likeability appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. You know the person in your office or class that everyone goes to? The one who is willing to help their teammates and does it with a smile? That is who you want to be. Not only does it make you feel good to help people, it can also help your career.

2016 111

MAMBA OUT: When Leaving Your Company, You Should Go Out Doing What Made You Special.

The HR Capitalist

In case you missed it, professional basketball's Kobe Bryant played his last game this week (April 13, 2016). Kobe's been in decline from a skill perspective for a couple of years - and it was time for him to go. One of the things that made Kobe unique was the fact that he was an unapologetic "gunner". He never met a shot he didn't like or would take and he was often portrayed as an over-aggressive individual and consistently bad teammate.

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Why Hiring is (Much) Harder Than It Looks

Evil HR Lady

Have you ever wondered why the hiring process is so freakishly slow? It should be easy—at the moment a manager has a vacancy (or knows there will be one), a recruiter should jump in and screen candidates, the manager should schedule interviews with a few promising applicants and, collectively, they should make a final offer to the best one. That’s how it should go. From the outside, it may look like this process is happening in your organization.

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Why Your Career Needs CPR

Competitive Resumes

Many people have a hard time taking career advice from family and friends. They will sometimes ask a family member to help with a resume (unlikely to yield significant results), but will usually seek outside help. The job seeker then seeks out marketing materials such as resume, cover letter, and a few will see the critical value of a LinkedIn profile. Many will want coaching or at least advice to best find job openings or how to transition to a new career. That’s good. What’s bad?

2016 122

Why Philanthropy In Business Is Important

Ms. Career Girl

The post Why Philanthropy In Business Is Important appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Philanthropy is an important factor in business these days, just consider the amount of brands that spring to mind when you think of philanthropy and charitability. There are some amazing businesses leading the way for a more philanthropic way of thinking, and displaying the amazing benefits it can bring.

2016 111

Should Professionalism Of LinkedIn Photos Matter?

The HR Capitalist

Only if you're concerned about being judged on a daily basis. I kid - but then again, I don't. There's an interesting thread going on on LinkedIn now - click here to see the entire conversation. Basically, it goes like this - female makes it through the probationary period and is hired full time by the company in question. Company takes a photo and congratulates employee on "making it". . Of course, at issue is the photo of the female employee.

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How to Get Consistent Performance from Employees

Evil HR Lady

Some days are awesome, and some are awful. Some employees regularly knock it out of the park and others are in a perpetual slump. What you need, as a manager is employees that deliver consistent, high-quality performance. While you can never have every day perfect (after all, you’re dealing with humans who get bad colds and who have fights with their husbands), you can get more consistent performance if you plan and prepare well. Here’s how. Emulate the Pharmacists.

2016 122

5 Career Lessons Learned During My Son’s First Car Purchase

Competitive Resumes

This article was originally published on The Good Men Project. . Not that it wouldn’t have mattered that my dad and I never went car shopping, it would have been important under any circumstances for me to go with “Boy Wonder” when his time came to shop for his dream car. He’d turned twenty-one, was now a college senior, and ambitious. My wife and I let him drive one of our cars for the summer while away at college. I was nervous at first, but he took care of it.

2016 109

Volunteering Abroad? Consider These Tips

Ms. Career Girl

The post Volunteering Abroad? Consider These Tips appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Traveling for volunteer work has grown in popularity in the last few years, and many women are getting into the spirit of travel and charity. We have all heard the adage "safety in numbers". However, there are many reasons to stay vigilant despite the growing number of women traveling to foreign countries for this purpose.

2016 106

5 Ways To Determine If You'll Be Leading an HR Function in 2020.

The HR Capitalist

The world is changing, and the people paying the bills want different things from HR. Here's five things to look inward at and determine if you've got what it takes to lead an HR team and be a viable partner to the business leaders who will hire you in 2020. Remember, I'm talking about leading HR, not participating in running it: 1. You've got a mack daddy processor upstairs. Meaning you can take large amounts of information in and make quick, accurate decisions. Not IQ. Speed with accuracy. .

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Menstrual Leave is an Embarrassment to Women’s Success

Evil HR Lady

Whenever I’m faced with a difficult decision, I ask myself WWMID? You may not be up on that acronym, so I’ll help you out. What Would Ma Ingalls Do ? Maybe I should change that to be What Would Caroline Ingalls Do? Because, after all, Caroline was a lot more than just a mother, but alas, I learned of her as Ma Ingalls. What does this have to do with the idea of menstrual leave ? Well, let’s ask Ma.

2016 109

10 Secrets to Getting Noticed at Work

Position Ignition

Whether we admit it or not we all want to get noticed at work, not only for the purposes of getting bonuses or a promotion but because there is an intrinsic need in each of us to get recognition and encouragement for what we do day-in, day-out. However, getting noticed in this way is easier said than done. It takes more than just getting your head down and doing the work you’re being paid to do, although that’s obviously a great start.

2016 106

Simple Tips to Control Oily Skin

Ms. Career Girl

The post Simple Tips to Control Oily Skin appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Oily skin is a real nuisance. It can make you look dirty and it's a magnet for the germs that cause pimples and blemishes to pop out on your face and body. Is there anything you can do? You can try a proactive skin care treatment that you can get over the counter, but why not try some natural solutions first? Here's some things you can try. What causes oily skin?

2016 100

Helping Transgenders in the Workplace

Competitive Resumes

Donn Levie ( @DonnLevie ) recently wrote a very helpful article for those who are transgenders and examples for employers in a similar situation he experienced. As we know, this is still new territory in many ways although it is more common now than 10 years ago. I think people who work with transgendered coworkers will benefit from this dialogue. We dive a little deeper than the article Donn offers in hopes this will offer addition value for those who need it.

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Forget Job Titles: Here’s What Really Matters in Your Career

Undercover Recruiter

There are many ways you can measure the success of your career. Your pay packet, your job title, the size of your team. But when it comes down to it , and you begin to look at the bigger picture, these measurements don’t mean a thing. You could have a great paying job with an impressive title – but. View Article. Forget Job Titles: Here’s What Really Matters in Your Career. Undercover Recruiter - Career & Recruitment Blog. Career Management

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Why Identifying Your Skills is Crucial for a Career Change

Position Ignition

Many of us have made a career change in the past and will know that the further along in our career or life we go, the harder that change can be. For those coming into career change more recently, they’ll realise that the whole backdrop against which you try and change your professional life has altered fundamentally and requires us to take a really professional and rigorous approach to how we do it. Career Change & Exploration

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