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Step 1: Write resume.
Step 2: Wait … I’m not done with Step 1 yet!
The resume is a pretty personal document. You have to lay out all your skills and accomplishments, and then have someone else judge them.
A dream job comes with certain perks.
You feel motivated to be there. You feel like you’re contributing to the company’s business goals.
It becomes easy to love your job.
You don’t complain about Monday. You know the type. These …
Have you heard anyone say “my degree is useless” lately?
The truth is out. It’s bunk.
Or maybe that person just didn’t put enough forethought into what that degree was going to get them and what the trending jobs are.
Scenario 1: Company offers you an amazing position, your own corner office and a $75,000 salary.
Scenario 2: Company offers you a position that you can do, you get a cubicle and a $60,000 salary.
Which one do you choose? …
Fear of the unknown is what causes many people to fail at achieving their goals.
They get so wrapped up in the possible negative outcomes and they psych themselves out of great opportunities. From tests to interviews, this can cause …
Some people are paid to help you find gainful employment.
No, seriously, that’s what a recruitment agency does. And Canadian job seekers have lots of options with recruitment agencies sprouting up everywhere, especially in our major cities like Toronto, Calgary …
Oh, it’s that time of year again … the office Christmas party.
Some people get stressed out over what to wear, how to behave and how much to drink (#protip: none is the best idea).
Those thoughts can be so …