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The six technological skills needed for this 2015

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technological skills

The six technological skills needed for this 2015
Technology changes very quickly and for any business, must be updated. Therefore, FP shows free options to learn and thus better working options.

Whatever your profession, most certainly, mobile, software and other technological devices are important for their daily work. That is why firstaidforhealth.com has made ​​a list that mentions the following skills: Read More »

How to Excel in a Second job Interview

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how to Excel job interview

How to Excel in a Second job Interview

If they call for a second interview, things are on the right track, as he has excelled and is now part of a select group that is sucking the same position as you, is one of two pre-selected people or been the successful candidate but the employer requires a second interview to confirm the decision. Read More »

6 Tips to shine with your resume

6 Tips to shine with your resume
A curriculum vitae , also known as CV, should be marketing a product able to arouse the reader’s interest to know the owner of this document, explained to the Forbes website, experts James Borland and Eileen Wolkstein. Who also added that the resume should tell a compelling story. In search of these principles include on your resume , we tell you what advice you should follow are. Read More »

Why Does Nobody Call Me Back For A Job Interview Request?

Do you currently find yourself in a position of applying for multiple jobs every single day yet never seem to get a call back or interview request? Why does this happen? If you have the right skills and experience surely you should have hiring managers calling you to arrange an interview. Read More »

New Year, New Career 2013

The New Year is almost here! This is a great time to step back and reflect on your career goals. For many people, little thought was put into their career choice. Some may think that work isn’t supposed to be enjoyable, and yet others may have outgrown their career. With so much of your time devoted to work, why not find a career that brings you passion? The first step in finding work that works for you is a thorough self-assessment. This assessment includes looking at your personality, interests, skills, values, financial needs, and lifestyle. Read More »

The Future of Jobs

Like it or not, the odds are that you will be self-employed in the very near future. Professor Charles Handy saw this coming in his book “The Age of Unreason” published in 1990, when he predicted that early into the new millennium there would be more contingent workers than those working for organizations. A survey last year, by Kelly Services, found that 44% of workers consider themselves to be free agents. This doesn’t even count the 19 million sole proprietors who run their own small businesses (who were not included in this survey). Read More »