Ways to Use Your Phone to Land Your Dream Job

Today’s candidates are mobile-savvy and tech-empowered. Over three-quarters of Americans now own a smartphone, according to a Pew Research Center survey. Moreover, people are almost constantly on their mobile devices. Research from Deloitte found that 50 percent of people check their smartphones at least 25 times per day and that roughly 10 percent of people check… Continue reading Ways to Use Your Phone to Land Your Dream Job

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Most Captivating Cover Letter Openers

Let’s cut straight to the chase: most cover letters are bad. In fact, Dawn Rasmussen, certified resume writer and president of Pathfinder Writing and Career Services, happily admits that “I love writing cover letter openings because I know how bad they usually are.” But that doesn’t mean your cover letter is destined for the slush pile. By starting… Continue reading Most Captivating Cover Letter Openers

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6 Things Work-Life Balance is Not

According to the Business Dictionary, work-life balance is a comfortable state of equilibrium achieved between an employee’s primary priorities of their employment position and their private lifestyle. That’s the simple definition. The dictionary further states that most psychologists would agree that the demands of an employee’s career should not overwhelm the individual’s ability to enjoy a… Continue reading 6 Things Work-Life Balance is Not

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7 Keys To Job Satisfaction

Job satisfaction can be described as the fulfilment of your wishes, expectations, or needs at your job. Your level of job satisfaction is affected by external influences but it is largely is dependent and controlled by you. The major key to job satisfaction is knowing yourself and discovering what motivates you to get up and… Continue reading 7 Keys To Job Satisfaction

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