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Answers to Tough Inteview Questions: by Colleen Clarke
1. "Tell me about yourself." Give no more Give no more than a 3 minute synopsis of your career to date. "I am a ______ with _____ years of experience with _____ (relevant) education. My areas of expertise are: 1., 2., 3. and here are some examples of those areas. Read More...

Is It Time for a Job Change?
If you are considering a career change, here is some advice to help you decide whether to make the move. Most job changers leave because they no longer enjoy their work. If your job is a source of dissatisfaction, the signs are probably clear. Read More...

How To Find A Telecommute Job by Sharon Davis
Ever wonder why more companies don't advertise telecommute jobs? In this competitive job market you'd think more of them would see the benefits of hiring telecommuters. Read More...

Learning Has Never Been So Easy or Rewarding!
In our age of rapid change, big rewards go to those who possess cutting-edge knowledge. Employers and customers look for people who can successfully negotiate the opportunities around us. Read More...

10 Reasons Not to Return to Your Job After Summer Vacation
Finding it hard to go back to work after your summer vacation? You're not alone. A recent online survey found 8 out of 10 people would gladly give up the 9-to-5 grind for a new career if they could. Read More...

Questions to ask at interview
Your prospective employer is wanting to know how well your communication skills are, what your knowledge is of the company and how eager you are to learn. You can show all this off by answering the right questions but most importantly by asking the right questions. Read More...

Writing a cover letter
Every CV you send, fax, or e- mail needs its own cover letter. Sending a CV without a cover letter is like starting an interview without shaking hands. The best cover letters spark the employer's interest and create an impression of competence. Read More...

Interview tips
You're a unique and interesting person. The employer wants to meet you. Make sure you are right for the job. Don`t go for a job in catering if you don`t know how to boil an egg. Read More...

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