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How To Leave Your Dead End Job

How To Leave Your Dead End Job By: Liz Sumner, M.A., CPC This is for everyone who is sticking with a job that no longer fits. Maybe it was right for awhile, for a certain time and place in your

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10 Tools for Dealing with Criticism and Rejection

By: Linda Dessau Ouch! Whether it’s feedback we’ve asked for, an unsolicited remark called out from the audience or a simple “no” result of an audition or submission process, criticism and rejection are a huge part of our lives as

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The Types of Staffing Services Explained

By: Mahalakshmi Prabhakaran Staffing companies help organizations with their manpower requirements. There are primarily three different types of staffing services offered by staffing firms: Temporary Staffing Service As the name suggests, temporary staffing meets the short-term needs of employing organizations.

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Body Language Speaks Louder Than Words

By: Lydia Ramsey Has it ever occurred to you how much you are saying to people even when you are not speaking? Unless you are a master of disguise, you are constantly sending messages about your true thoughts and feelings

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Ways to Make Extra Money on the Weekends

By: Michael Laleye Do you work at 9 to 5 job seven days a week? If so, you are probably tied up during the week. In other words, you do not have a lot of time to chase after other

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Career Changes for Baby Boomers: Ability, Not Age, Matters

By: Kelli Smith Baby boomers. They’re the generation born between 1946 and 1964. They came of age in the early 70s and early 80s. They’re the generation that made changes and waves, worked harder and longer, put off marriage and

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Benefits of working in a casino

If you love the magic of flipping cards, being surrounded by games of chance, breathing the fragrance of instant wealth and of course, the excitement of casino floors, then a casino job is definitely a great job opportunity for you.

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The 21st Century Quest for Work-Life Balance

By Tricia Drevets Called out by The New York Times last year for the challenging amount of hours it expects from its employees, Amazon is launching a test-run of a 30-hour workweek for some its technical teams. According to a

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Laid off? See Ways to Maintain a Positive Attitude During Job Search

A major feature of unemployment is that it is another cross-road in your life and only you can choose which direction you take. There are very few opportunities like this in your life. Paradoxically, while you may not have chosen

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Job Interview Skills: the PAR Principle

By Yahia El-Maghraby Job interview skills can be acquired by training and proper preparation for the interview. There are plenty of resources on the Internet that deal with the issue, but none that I have come across focuses on the

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