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No college degree, no problem. Make a profitable living with these career options

No college degree, no problem – make a profitable living with these career options

10 Tips for Negotiating a Pay Rise

Make sure the person you’re asking for a pay rise has the authority to give it. Whoever is your immediate supervisor may not be the right person to ask and, what’s worse, they might not admit to this, and so you won’t even know you’ve asked the wrong person and will have missed your chance.

Easy things your resume doesn’t require

There is a lot of information on the internet that keeps telling you what information you need to add and so forth. Most of this information is what you are used to-it’s generally useless and won’t add any vale to your job search. In general, your resume needs to be as brief as it possibly can for different reasons. This article looks at some of the things you probably add on your resume and they don’t add up at all.

Creative Resumes – Avoiding Blunders

If you want to buy pretty things and also pay your heating bill, then you will need a job. And in order to tell an employer why you would be vital to their company, then you need a job interview. But the step before the job interview is the resume – a very important part of the job-hunting process.

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5 Tips for Preparing for the GMAT

The GMAT is one of the most important tests you’ll take before earning your MBA. While this test can be extremely difficult, there are several different ways to study for the exam. Whether you want to take a formal course or simply join a study group, you can take measures so that you’re well prepared. Here are just five tips for preparing for the GMAT.

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Why You Need a Cover Letter with Your Resume

A cover letter is generally a one-page attachment that accompanies your resume, and that may also sometimes accompany even a standard job application, or serve as a letter of inquiry.

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Seven Tips for Negotiating Your Employment Package

Negotiating a job offer should be a non-confrontational, business-focused discussion for two parties to reach the same goal – a happy hire. However, our fear of rejection or potential conflict often gets in the way of rewarding, win-win conversations.

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You May Ask, Why Career Coaching?

You may ask, Why Career Coaching? It’s a good question, and the answer is found in the heart of human nature.

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Reference checks ARE important

They can be the difference-maker in employment. When it comes to references, do sweat the small stuff.

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