Ten Things Outstanding Job Candidates Do Differently

  Ten Things Outstanding Job Candidates Do Differently       1.  Outstanding job candidates research every employer carefully before a job interview. They might spend two or three hours researching a firm before each interview, but that time investment is worth it! 2.  Outstanding candidates compose insightful questions informed by their research, past experience

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Are You Singletasking Yet?

What are you doing while you read this? Are you dipping into your email while texting, reading tweets and partly listening at a meeting? Do you have your mobile phone, a desk phone, a tablet and a laptop all on the go at once?

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What You Need to do When You Decide to Drop Out of a Job Interview

During a long job search, it can seem ridiculous to turn down an interview. Even when it’s obvious that a position is totally wrong for you, there are always reasons to see it through anyway. Sometimes you think you could use the interview practice. Other times, you’re convinced that you’ll learn something about the company

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4 Simple Ways to End Each Workday Happy

No position’s perfect, and you’ll probably need to vent sometimes. But you don’t want to let a so-so or bad day at work bleed into your life outside the office on a regular basis. That’s not good for anyone.

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6 Ways To Stop Stressing About Things You Can’t Control

There’s a brutal truth about life that some people refuse to accept—you have no control over many of the things that happen to you. People who resist this truth fall into two categories—control freaks or worry warts. Control freaks believe if they can gain enough control over others, and the situations they find themselves in,

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