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28 January 2008 07:38 am
Good news! You've been invited back for a second interview (or a third or fourth). But, you feel that you've already covered everything in the first interview? How will this interview be different from the first? How do you prepare for the second round?

22 January 2008 06:33 am
Many career experts agree that the best time to look for a new job is while you are still comfortably in your old one. If youre starting to feel unchallenged in your present position, you may be ready for a promotion to the next level. If there arent many career advancement opportunities where you work, the best next job may be waiting for you elsewhere.

10 January 2008 08:21 am
"A miserable job makes a person cynical and frustrated and demoralized when they go home at night," Lencioni says. "It drains them of their energy, their enthusiasm, and self-esteem. Miserable jobs can be found in every industry and at every level."

08 January 2008 07:01 am
Online education has become a popular channel for many students to pursue their degree. The fact shows that most online students are successfully complete their degree program but 40% of them failed.

07 January 2008 05:39 am
Sharing salary information with colleagues is dangerous, difficult and, if you play it right, pretty useful.

03 January 2008 06:46 am
Returning to work after Christmas and New Year is like going to the dentist after you have put it off for years. The abiding effects from the festive season fade as quickly as the drunken overtones of Auld Lang Syne, so it is not surprising that many people view the arrival of the New Year as the ideal opportunity to refocus and set new career resolutions. And, its the perfect time to commit to finding a new job.

02 January 2008 06:59 am
It's In The Ears If you thought interviewing was only about answering questions, you've been missing the point. You've also been missing an opportunity to gather valuable information. Listening is one of the skills most underutilized by candidates. Most people go into the interview thinking and worrying about how they will answer the questions, and they forget that they are there to find out about the job and the company. They forget to listen, observe and read between the lines.

26 December 2007 05:56 am
When you get started on the right foot the interview will flow easily. This is one impression you cannot leave to chance.

24 December 2007 05:15 am
If you are sending a resume, you need to send a cover letter as well. This is a personal introduction that accompanies your resume. Even if the job posting doesn't specify submitting a cover letter, it's expected that you submit one with your resume. Yes, this requires extra work on your part but consider this: it gives you another chance to emphasize what you can contribute to the company or organization.

19 December 2007 11:29 am
The Inevitable Job Interview Question: "Why Did You Leave (Are Planning To Leave) Your Last Position?" and How to Deal With It. This is a question that you can almost count on being asked at your next interview What the interviewer wants to know is, "Why are you available?"

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