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How to Get Job Promotion In stress Work

Are you stuck in your current position, or job, with little opportunity for advancement? Are you fed-up waiting to move further up the career ladder?

If you can answer ‘Yes’ to either of these questions, then maybe it is time for you to re-evaluate your career prospects.

The type of company you work for can often determine the potential for your later promotion. Initially, when applying for any job, you should always seek out companies where there are clear opportunities for advancement. This doesn’t necessarily have to be a large organisation but it shouldn’t be a company with no prospects. Read More »

Why We Should Use An Agency To Recruitment?

In the past, you could recruit by simply sticking an advertisement up in the local paper, and waiting for people to come to you.

However, that is no longer the case. With increased competition for many job vacancies, a general advertisement like this can see you bogged down with applications. Many of these will be unsuitable, but you will still need to spend hours going through them or risk skipping over the ideal candidate. Read More »

Why Do You Need People Skills In A Job?

If you are a seeking a job, then there are several things that you might need to consider starting from a well crafted resume and cover letter to information regarding the company to which applying for employment. Besides the required qualification and experience, you also need to possess people skills in order be successful in a job. In this article, we will tell you what the people skills are and how they can help you in your career. Read More »

Top Reasons to Use Career Advice Services

Should you be looking for and using career advice services? Nearly anyone who is looking for a job or who is hoping to move up in their industry can benefit from these professionals. Do you have goals outlined for yourself? Are you taking every step possible to move from where you are today to where you need to be in the future? For those not happy with their current position and want to do something more, this type of service can be ideal. Depending on the location you visit, they can often provide you with ample training and help that can make all of the difference. Read More »

How to Choose the Right Career in a Bad Economy

Choosing a career is like being in love: you go crazy trying to figure out which one is right for you until you find it — then you just know.

Everywhere I turn I see people struggling with the same age-old question: What am I supposed to do with my life? If you’re in your teens or getting ready for college, this question can haunt the bejesus out of you. Schools push you to choose earlier every year, even if you aren’t ready for that choice. You want to have fun. You want to go out with friends. You have no bills, so you can’t imagine a life where you have to pay them. Read More »

How to Convince Your Boss or Company to Let You Work From Home

Quite a few folks out there would like to sometimes work at home. And they’re probably right about that. There’s something attractive about being able to work at home. But not everyone is willing to give up their current job to do so.

If this is you, take a look at your job. It might be suited to part-time or full telecommuting. All you have to do is get your boss or company to agree to it. Read More »

If You Want to Get Promoted, Do Not Overlook This Important Step

You’re a high performer with a great track record of success. You’ve proven yourself to be a valuable asset to your team. And you consistently invest in professional development opportunities to improve your skills and broaden your experience. So what else do you need to do to get promoted? Read More »

Jobs After Retirement

Since 2008 when inflation has increased, a greater number of retirees were forced to seek employment. Today about 25% of senior Americans are either trying to retire as late as possible or return to the company they have left. At the same time, about 40% of employers provide special programs to encourage older workers to continue their careers after having reached the standard age for retirement. Read More »

Coping With Unemployment and Beating It

Coping with unemployment whether as a fresh graduate or if one has lost their job can be a daunting task. Some tend to deal with it more positively than can be said of others who think of it as the end of the world. As bad as being jobless might be, there are certain things you can do to make the experience worthwhile instead of just sitting back and letting the stress and pressure get to you. Read on…

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I Just Need a Job

I’ve worked with hundreds of clients, this year alone, and at some point throughout our interaction I am guaranteed to hear these five words, I – Just – Need – A – Job. CFO’s willing to work as Accounting Clerks, Operations Managers applying for Customer Service Representative positions and Owners closing up shop to take the first thing that comes their way. With the unemployment rate at 7.9 percent (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) and gas prices soaring to an all time high (Gasbuddy), who can’t relate to the anxiety, frustration, and in many cases hopelessness a job-seeker is experiencing? Read More »