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Interview Questions You Can Ask

By Ford Myers The most important questions of your interviews might be the ones you ask. In the interview, don’t think you’re the only one who is “on the spot.” It is perfectly acceptable for you to ask questions of the interviewer and to take notes throughout the meeting (which will help you to formulate […]

Interview Tips Interviews Are a Two Way Street

By Andrew C Abraham I recently looked up the definition of “job interview” online and here’s what I found: said “an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employment”; Wikipedia defined it as “a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in […]

Carpenter Apprenticeship

By Christian Gwee The importance of a carpenter apprenticeship training is exciting for those students who have attitude for such work. With good apprenticeship training, students who are interested in getting their skills in carpentry perfected may achieve their aim as well as blossom into highly skilled carpenters. Join an apprenticeship course will enable them […]

2010 Career Goal Career Satisfaction

By Leslie Attwooll Having career satisfaction can be challenging, especially during what has likely become one of the most difficult times we have ever experienced in our lifetime. Employers are very concerned about sustaining their businesses. Employees are also concerned about their own sustainability, but for many it can come at a cost. Career satisfaction […]

Are Many Young Models Victims of Sexual Harassment?

By Mark G Brown There is a widely prevalent apprehension among aspiring young models and all concerned whether many young models are victims of sexual harassment or not. Whatsoever mechanisms of gender equality are engineered by modern democratic establishments, gender inequality and the resultant inequity lurk under complex camouflages. Sexual harassment at work places is […]

Find Your Financial Freedom the Vending Machine Way

By Maria Gini The dream of everyone – make money fast, legitimately and without any significant outlay. It is easy enough to do. Let me lead you to one of the easiest ways of making money legitimately. Invest in a vending machine. The overheads are low and the returns are fast. Business is no longer […]

Career Change 8 Guidelines For Men on How to Dress For the Job Interview

By George Hayes 1. Suit: Dress in a conservative, tailored, good quality, dark blue, gray or muted pinstriped suit. Don’t wear bold plaids or stripes. 2. Shirt: Wear a good quality, white or pale blue, button-down shirt that is clean and pressed. Cuffs should show no more than 1/2 inch. Make certain the shirt fits. […]

Should Moms Work Outside of the Home?

By Elizabeth Fitz This is a question that has been asked many times before and undoubtedly it is one of the many concerns of women in today’s world. It is an interesting question. No doubt there are women who totally relish the challenge of working outside the home. I wonder though, when your child is […]

Job Interview and the Ultimate Language Tool to Guarantee the Job Offer

By Barry Golds The importance of language and the correct way to express yourself in a job interview ”It is not what you say but how you say it” The English language is so varied in the number of different ways that you are able to convey the same sentiment or facts. In a job […]

Office Max Online Job Application

By Nick Woods Some of the best ways to apply for jobs are by applying online. Office Max offers this way of applying online for a job. To accomplish applying for a job at Office Max online you will want to go to their site and click on the careers tab and you will see […]