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02 May 2008 11:48 pm
Once youve established your personal market value, how do you actually make sure you get it? It can be easier holding out for more money when youre in the process of being offered a job than trying to get a raise when you actually have one, but the negotiating process is essentially the same.

01 May 2008 04:01 am
Combating nervousness is essential if you want to appear calm, confident and employable at a job interview. Nerves can only get the best of you if you let them. When is the last time you were nervous over something? You didn't stay nervous forever. You may have even felt silly afterward for being nervous in the first place. The same is true with job interviews. You may have a twinge of nervousness at the start of the interview but you will feel calm and silly afterward.

30 April 2008 03:23 am
Pursuing work from home opportunities has the temptation of getting distracted from all other activities or family members. It is important that you learn to increase your effectiveness so that you can earn the money you desire as you work from home on the internet and have good family life.

29 April 2008 02:50 am
Your heart is beating faster than usual, your hands feel clammy, your mouth is so dry it feels like you have cotton inside and your supposed to feel confident. Are you going to an interview or a torture session? The answer is "it's all in your perspective."

28 April 2008 03:59 am
Its easy to think that if we go through all the steps when looking for a new job such as searching for ads, sending resumes with cover letters, and landing an interview, then were home free. Unfortunately, its rarely that simple. It happens often that all of these are flawless, and the applicant is a very good candidate for the job, but the interview flops. What happens? Probably something as simple as ignoring one important step: understanding the body language of the interviewer and using body language to reinforce your excellent resume.

26 April 2008 04:34 am
Your resume is one of the most important documents that you will ever have to create in your life. And yet, many people spend no more than an hour creating their resume! Perhaps their resumes are accurate then? Maybe their entire work history can be hastily written in an hour - all their skills, knowledge, qualifications, interests and experience! Or are they just underselling themselves?

25 April 2008 05:44 am
No matter what path you take in life there is always the necessity for the life sustaining component of an education. Education comes in many forms drilled down to two distinct types; the formal and the informal.

24 April 2008 04:16 am
Working with candidates for jobs in travel quite closely, one question comes up time and time again: So, lets say youve been waiting for months for the perfect job interview to come along, and suddenly you have one, with one small catch. Theyre exceptionally keen (or pressed for time) and can only give you a last minute job interview? Less than 24 hours to prepare is this time to panic?

21 April 2008 02:08 am
You finally made it to the interview. While you are sitting in the waiting room, your hands become cold and clammy, thoughts begin racing through your head of whether you are sweating, does it show, did you drink too much water, and what if you have to pee in the middle of the interview? What will they ask? Do I get right to the point, or do I explain every detail? What if I cant answer a question? Many other thoughts begin racing through your head when you finally decide you need some type of headache medicine.

19 April 2008 12:46 am
If you wish to prepare yourself in advance for the big job interview coming up, why not familiarize yourself with some typical questions used in job interviews?

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