With the United States unemployment rate being at an all time high of 5.0 as of December 2007, job seekers can not only become desperate, but vulnerable to online scammers. These scammers use a time like this to their advantage and
can take job seekers for a disastrous ride including stealing your
identity, money from your account, and sending you tons of spam email
containing more notorious scams.
First things first:…
Added by Samara Bowling on February 1, 2008 at 4:13pm — No Comments
In the last few year since Myspace launched it's social network more and more social networks have begun to appear on the web. These websites
have become more and more popular to teenagers as well as GEN-Y whom are just entering the work force and are starting to make up more and more…
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So you've learned everything there is to know on how to create a successful resume and cover letter. You should be able to grab the potentials employers attention with ease now that you will be attaching
a cover letter to your resume as well, but to make an even better
lasting impression follow these next few tips to be as successful in
your job hunt as possible in regards to your professional profile.
Tip #1: Use cream, gray, off-white…
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Completing a job application should be pretty simple, but with new technology job applications have become more complex with everything being completed on a computer within a secure site, but with companies whom still use paper applications there are some things you should
leave off your application.
When you apply for a job the application usually asks for your name, address, phone number, social
security number, etc. These items are the recipe for your…
Added by Samara Bowling on December 20, 2007 at 2:59pm — No Comments
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Leaving all the technical aspects aside there are some basic guidelines you should follow when you are looking for employment. These small, but valuable elements can take you a long way as far as being the one to call back or being screened to the "not an ideal candidate"
pile with your job application and/or resume being promptly discarded.
So what are these obvious important elements?
Added by Samara Bowling on December 14, 2007 at 10:51am — No Comments