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Comment on Company Culture Is Important To Hiring Managers by Veronika

I’ve never seen a person who was eager to get a job in the company and would be unable to adapt to the corporate culture. The ability to be flexible is in human nature. So I think that almost everyone is able to integrate into the corporate culture, if he/she has a strong motivation and thus the importance of matching the candidate to the corporate culture is highly exaggerated.

2013-06-09 19:32:59

3 Things Bad Career Coaches Don’t Want You To Know 3 Things Bad Career Coaches Don’t Want You To Know

The career coaching industry is like any professional industry: There are the good, the bad, and the ugly. And that last group gives us all a bad name!
This past year, I’ve heard far too many stories from desperate job seekers who were scammed by the underbelly of career coaching. The worst stories usually involved the job seeker spending thousands on services that were supposed to get them interviews for high-paying jobs – but nothing materialized. Please, if you are considering investing in some help in your
job search
this year, I beg you to do your homework!
Ask These Questions BEFORE You Buy!
Having been in career coaching for 10+ years and in the HR industry for many years before that, I can tell you if I was in the market for some career coaching, I’d be sure to ask the following:

2013-06-09 09:00:59

International Relations In New York City International Relations In New York City

Home to Broadway, Wall Street, a strong economy, and an impressive population to boot, New York City is the place where everything happens. Due to the city’s size as well as its cultural and economic influence, it’s not surprising that those with qualifications in
International Relations
would be interested in trying the “Big Apple” on for size. Objectively speaking, the steadiness of the Financial and Businesses Services industries in particular bode well for International Relations majors who are planning to settle down in New York City.
The Numbers
According to the New York City Department of City Planning, the median age in 2011 was 35.5 years. To put that into perspective, the median age for the entire United States was 37.1 in 2012.
The median salary of $45, 540, as cited by the New

2013-06-07 09:30:48

How To Protect Your Online Reputation How To Protect Your Online Reputation

Many people do not consider their
online reputation
to be important. This is also true of small business owners. However, just
a few bad reviews online could result in lost business
when people search for a company on the Internet. Since we now live in the age of Yelp, Facebook, Twitter, and many user-generated websites, it’s more important than ever for a business to protect its online reputation.
Google Your Business
One of the easiest ways for a small business to keep tabs on their online reputation is to Google the company at least once a day. By doing this, the owner of the business can monitor what other people are saying about the business. A business owner can also set up Google alerts to let them know when their company has been mentioned online.
Have An Online Presence
Social m

2013-05-31 08:30:12

Why Feedback Will Help Your Professional Development Why Feedback Will Help Your Professional Development

Feedback, in the world of business, is the breakfast of champions. Feedback “feeds” us – it’s at the top of the food pyramid for learning and
professional development
How often do you ASK for feedback?
Feedback can be humbling, it can be eye-opening, and it can bring awareness to us of things that we’re simply “blind” to… but if we don’t ask for it, we usually don’t receive it - particularly the constructive form.
Many or most people will give us positive feedback, but very few will give us honest, candid feedback focused on how we can improve or how we can get better; things we SHOULD change or do differently.
Make ASKING for feedback a habit. Seek feedback from others:
Following a meeting in which you participated
After a presentation you’ve given
In follow up to a
networking event

2013-05-27 08:30:54

Career Path: What Does A Respiratory Therapist Do? Career Path: What Does A Respiratory Therapist Do?

Respiratory therapists study for at least two years to learn how to help patients suffering from breathing-related conditions. As a respiratory therapist, you will work in hospitals and clinics with physicians, helping to administer treatments and assisting patients to recover from their ailments. Sound interesting? Perhaps this is the
career path
for you.
The conditions you will help to treat range from emphysema to cystic fibrosis. Respiratory therapy schools train therapists to work with a range of patients from the very old to the very young. A part of a therapist’s work may involve providing emergency care to those who have had strokes, heart attacks, or who are suffering from shock.
Job Duties
training provided by respiratory therapy schools in Texas
is geared towards one thing

2013-05-16 09:56:57

Baby Boomers Unprepared For The Costs Of Long Term Care Coverage Baby Boomers Unprepared For The Costs Of Long Term Care Coverage

Does your company offer a group
long-term care coverage
policy? If not, you may want to consider purchasing LTC insurance on your own. It has been determined that baby boomers are vastly unprepared for the cost of long-term care coverage. This is due in part to the various planning aspects and retirement cost aspects.
For the most part, baby boomers were not prepared for any type of long-term care. Many did not feel the need in creating a savings account for long-term care or for end-of-life care coverage.
In fact, many of the baby boomer generation population feel that Social Security and other aspects would take care of themselves and, therefore, the cost of long-term care coverage would not be a issue. However, in recent years, the baby boomers have found that they are vastly unprepare

2013-05-10 10:06:00

6 Things Passion For Work Is NOT 6 Things Passion For Work Is NOT

Imagine a world where more people loved what they do for a living. People who are successful in building a brand all have at least one thing in common: They are have an expressed active
for what they are doing.
What Is Passion?
Passion is not talent.
Passion is not knowing a lot about a topic.
Passion is not masterful performance of a task.
Passion is not being hailed as an expert.
Passion is not having a lot of experience doing something.
Passion is not the skill you’ve gotten really good at in your current job.
Passion is about the enthusiasm you have for something. It’s the thing you get energized just thinking about. It’s the topic you never get tired of learning about. It’s what you never get tired of talking about. It’s where your creativity soars. It’s being in that zone wh

2013-05-10 09:00:04

Comment on Is Your Resume Ready For A Recruiter? by Spark Hire

No matter if you are using a traditional resume or video resume, these are fantastic tips. There is plenty of value in all of them, especially, getting a second set of eyes to review your resume. Remember, while your resume may look great to you, you are not the one it is meant to impress. Getting advice from somebody else can give you an idea of how other people will receive your resume.

2013-05-08 01:01:54

Is A Career In Banking Right For You? Is A Career In Banking Right For You?

Opting for a
career in banking
is a very wise choice in today’s job market. The banking sector is a consistent and reliable source of well-paid jobs – meaning it’s considerably easier to find relevant posts in this sector compared to other areas of the job market.
Careers in banking will provide you with a number of transferable skills, from dealing with people to crunching numbers, so a job in the banking sector can be your gateway to other types of job in the future, too. Moreover,
banking jobs
are relatively higher paid, even at entry-level, than many other types of jobs, making a job in banking a great way to secure yourself and your loved ones in the future.
Choose The Banking Job That Suits You
The banking sector is a vast and varied one. There are many types of roles available in

2013-05-03 08:00:21

How To Prepare For An Entry-Level Interview How To Prepare For An Entry-Level Interview

Going on your first
entry-level interview
can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially if you don’t know what to expect.
Entry-Level Interview Expectations
Prior to the
, research the company. Even though this is an entry-level interview, you may still be asked about why you applied and what appeals to you at the organization. You certainly don’t want to be caught without an answer to such a seemingly easy question. Visit the organization’s website and also do your own search to see what other news items and reviews might be available for you to read.
Interviewers expect the same level of professionalism for entry-level interviews as they do for executive interviews, so be sure to dress the part. When in doubt about a company’s dress code, traditional business suits for men an

2013-05-02 08:30:37

5 Things Every Employer Wants To Hear In An Interview 5 Things Every Employer Wants To Hear In An Interview

Ever wonder what a potential boss wants to hear in an
? What exactly can you say that will increase your chances of receiving a job offer? I recently heard some great advice that lined up with my previous experience as a human resources manager, and so I thought I would share this great advice with you! Here are five things to communicate during an interview that will convince the employer you’re a great hire.
1. You Will Never Have To Tell Me What To Do Twice
Every employer wants to know they can give you instructions once—and you’ll get the job done. I guarantee you that no employer wants to micromanage or ask an employee more than once to do something—no matter what it is.
2. I Will Complete The Job/Assignment You Give Me With Excellence
The employer wants to hear that, no mat

2013-04-29 07:14:03

Networking 101: How To Establish References Networking 101: How To Establish References

can be really difficult, especially when you’re looking for a job and don’t seem to have a strong list of potential references. However, this shouldn’t be neglected because, in many ways, references can make or
our future careers.
How To Establish References
According to an article on Jobdig.com titled “The Real Purpose of References,” references serve as a deal closer for job candidates (and as a job seeker, you definitely want to seal the deal!). Here are some ways you can establish references while you’re looking for a job:
Step 1: Work With What You’ve Got
“Fortunately, references are more about quality than quantity,” said John Higgins, Vice President of Talent Management at
Bridgepoint Education
. If a candidate is asked to provide three references, jo

2013-04-25 07:30:25

How To Learn From Failure How To Learn From Failure

Learn from failure
- you probably have heard it all from articles, stories, and books. I won’t bore you with them here.
This article is to drive home some key points about learning from failure. Lessons you probably are very familiar with but need reminder about. Or, if you are new to this thing called ‘failure,’ then it will serve as a springboard to better success (I hope).
You hear stories about failure. You hear stories about success. You hear how failure is the mother of all successes. Yet, you are still fearful of failure. As if it is a black mark that will appear in your report card of life if you did fail. And fail you will, if you are like the rest of us mere mortals. Does that mean you stop trying?
Here are some tips for learning from failure:
1. Take The Risk And Pay the Price

2013-04-09 09:30:20

How To Answer Tough Interview Questions Effectively How To Answer Tough Interview Questions Effectively

Rehearsing your answers to the
interview questions
that most often stump your job search competition is one of the
best ways to prepare for your next interview
After all, if you’ve made it to the interview, theoretically, you should already meet the qualifications required to get the job done. Now, it’s all about going above and beyond, and shining among the pack of candidates vying for the spot.
How To Answer Tough Interview Questions
In order to help you prepare for the toughest interview questions, CareerBliss spoke with many hiring managers and asked them to reveal their favorite, toughest questions that trips up many of their candidates.
Make sure your read the full article for all six interview questions!
“What Are You Most Proud Of In Your Career?”
Cue: bragging rights! Don’t shy a

2013-04-09 07:25:24

Liberal Arts Graduates Create Careers Liberal Arts Graduates Create Careers

Liberal Arts graduates
facing graduation this spring are entering a sluggish job market. Unlike their peers in engineering or nursing, many have no idea where they will get a job or what they will be doing.
Despite this, Liberal Arts graduates can expect to have bright futures.
The strength of a Liberal Arts education stems from the creative thinking processes that are encouraged in these fields of study. Students with Liberal Arts educations tend to be lifelong learners and open to continuing education, learning and training.
Some of the greatest minds in history have excelled in the Liberal Arts including: Einstein (math), Leonardo da Vinci (art and design), Mozart (music) and Plato (philosophy).
A quote from a professor sums up the essence of a Liberal Arts education: “A liberal arts e

2013-03-21 08:30:13

What’s A Personal Brand And Why Do You Need One? What’s A Personal Brand And Why Do You Need One?

Many of the posts on my website focus on developing your own
personal brand
. They address questions such as:
- What is a personal brand?
- Why do I need to develop my personal brand?
- How do I create a personal brand?
Of course, you don’t really “create” a personal brand. You already have one.
Don’t believe me? Google your name followed by your home town. If you have a Facebook page or LinkedIn profile your name probably comes up on the fist page. Perhaps you are listed in the phone book. Maybe you have recently been mentioned in a local news article. All of these things are part of your personal brand.
Scary? Get over it. It’s already out there and you can’t do anything about it. What you CAN do is manage your personal brand so what people see about you is what you WANT them to see.

2013-03-20 07:15:57

Top 10 Questions NOT To Ask Yourself In A Job Search Top 10 Questions NOT To Ask Yourself In A Job Search

I’m about to say something radical:
If you are searching for a new job, the number one most dangerous thing you can do is ask yourself questions about your
job search
“What do you mean?” you may ask. “Are you crazy? All the job search guides tell me to answer questions like what my goals are and what my ideal job is. If I don’t ask myself questions, how will I get answers?”
The problem with asking yourself questions is it’s really difficult to have a conversation with yourself. Asking yourself questions will get you only the answers you can generate yourself. Those answers are necessarily limited.
Your conversation might sound something like this: “What do I want to do next? Oh, I don’t really want to think about that. I’m confused. The economy sucks. Maybe I’ll never get a job again. I th

2013-03-19 08:00:02

3 Steps To An Outstanding Personal Branding Statement 3 Steps To An Outstanding Personal Branding Statement

is an amazingly important document. It not only speaks to your past accomplishments, but it also acts as a predictor of your future capabilities.
However, your resume can’t successfully complete this task if it isn’t packed with quality information. This includes an outstanding
personal branding statement
What is a personal branding statement? It is a statement that communicates who you are in the workplace. Borrowed from the marketing world, it reflects your professional reputation. On your resume, the statement is used to summarize, in just a few words, who you are. This is why it’s so important to take formulaic steps in order to develop one that gets the job done.
Personal Branding Statement Example And Formula
To get started, take a look at a branding statement that deliv

2013-03-13 08:00:26

Social Media Guidelines For Young Professionals Social Media Guidelines For Young Professionals

Social media tools, like Facebook, Twitter and
, can be valuable resources in not only networking with people you already know, but also with expanding your network to others. The old adage about it’s not what you know, but who you know is alive and well in the world of work, so use social media and your connections creatively to find and secure a job.
Social Media Guidelines
Social media, though, also has dangers for the young professional. Savvy young professionals know there are social media guidelines that must be followed. Here are some
social media guidelines
that every young professional should think about…
For some, a personal page on a social media site, a blog or a website may include information that isn’t necessarily appropriate for the workplace. Before interviewing,

2013-03-11 07:30:24

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