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A Clothes Encounter In The Business World

By: Lydia Ramsey Do you ever wonder where all the dress rules have gone? Depending on when and where you are on any given business day, the words “distant past” might come to mind. It’s difficult to decide if people

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Five Stumbling Blocks To Successful Networking And How To Overcome Them

By: Lydia Ramsey The ability to connect with people is essential to success in any business. Professional networking events present opportunities to interact with others on a personal level and to develop profitable relationships. These occasions are critical for anyone

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Should I Become A Teacher? Here Are 06 Reasons To Consider It

Choosing teaching job is a noble undertaking. But the most effective and passionate people don’t choose teaching, teaching choose them. Much like many religious people felt called to become ministers, leaders etc,many teachers are called to teach. It is an inner

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Be Your Own Boss!

Self-employment is the ultimate American Dream. Many relish the thought of setting their own hours, being their own boss, and watching the dream of owning their own business become a reality. However, entrepreneurship isn’t necessarily for everyone. The rewards are

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7 Benefits of Social Media of Recruitment

Improve your brand’s candidate pool Anyone familiar with the internet knows that it is constantly evolving. While futurists are progressing towards web 3.0 concepts, many businesses are just beginning to grasp the value of web 2.0. By allowing more channels

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Changing Careers: The Do’s and Don’ts

Before you change careers you should have full understanding of why you want to change career fields. In today’s job market, changing careers at the wrong time without proper perspective could have a negative effect on your future. Listed below

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College Students with Disabilities

There are many programs available to students with disabilities. The Workforce Recruitment Program is a government-backed resource that aims to connect public and private sector employers with motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities. According to Paul Meyer, acting

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Creating a Personal Brand

There are two types of job seekers, active and passive. Active job seekers are looking for a job now due to circumstances such as unemployment, potential layoffs or dissatisfaction with current employment. Passive job seekers are currently employed and otherwise

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Creating a Professional Resume

Your resume provides a snapshot of who you are to a potential employer. Along with your cover letter, it is their first impression and must stand out in a competitive job market. To ensure you have the right resume, let’s

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Disabled Workers Advance…

People with disabilities are the nation’s largest minority, and the only one that any person can join at a moment’s notice. Those who weren’t born with a disability have about a 20 percent chance of becoming disabled at some point

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