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How to Know When to Stop Talking and Other Interview Hacks

Interviews can be nerve-wracking. If you’re worried and feeling unprepared, you’re probably awkwardly sweating and hoping they don’t notice.
 
The solution is not to buy deodorant, it’s to learn how to ace interviews and use your knowledge to get your dream job (you can still buy deodorant, though). ...




5 Ways Sports Give You a Jump Start in Business

There are plenty of movies, books, and real-life stories out there about athletes who take themselves—and their teams—to legendary success on the field. We idolize these champions for the hard work, focus, and discipline they possess in their sports, but what happens after the glory?
 
Many athletes move on after years of playing sports, but that doesn’t mean they can’t find success in another field. ...




9 tips to land your dream job

Ah, the dream job. Just as work has been reshaped by technology and globalization, so too have our professional fantasies. While jobs atop the corporate ladder haven’t totally lost their luster, more and more Americans are seeking work-life balance. ...




Want Remote Workers to Stay Productive? Manage Everyone's Expectations

Much research has suggested that employees who are allowed to work from home often produce more than their office counterparts. However, a new study from the London School of Economics and Political Science discovered that on a long-term basis, there are no differences in productivity levels between home and office workers. ...




10 Tips on How To Kick-Start Your Digital Marketing Career

If you’re looking to break into the digital marketing industry, there’s no better time than now. According to the government, the digital economy is growing 10 times faster than the traditional economy which will result in a skills gap of 900,000 vacancies by 2015. ...




Writing a Cover Letter

A cover letter is an introduction that precedes your resume and it may be the most important document that you send to prospective employers. This is the first opportunity that you have to make a good impression. Make your document brief and easily readable, as well as demonstrate that you are professional, thoughtful, and organized. ...




8 Career-Boosting Habits You Should Adopt Today

From entry-level to senior management, most workers have something more they'd like to achieve in their professional lives. But advancing your career doesn't just mean getting a promotion or switching to another company. Every day, there are simple, little things you can do to improve your productivity, your job satisfaction and your overall standing with your colleagues. ...




10 Lessons from America's Greatest Military Leaders

How the Military Prepares Veterans to Start a Business - See more at: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/3404-veterans-entrepreneurs.html#sthash.wiJ1vVtU.dpuf
 
How the Military Prepares Veterans to Start a Business - See more at: http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/3404-veterans-entrepreneurs. ...




Building A Career, One Image at a Time

Glancing at the family portraits that adorn many of the homes at NAF Atsugi, you will invariably come across the work of Teena Hester, a respected photographer who has lived on the installation for nearly 10 and a half years.
 
As a young woman, Teena worked in retail services at Nine West, and her dream was to climb the corporate ladder to a managerial position. ...




Hispanics and Latinos Finding Good Jobs in Healthcare

Hispanics and Latinos in America tend to be relegated to lower paying jobs in industries that do not require advanced training or skills. When they do succeed in more advanced careers, it is not something we talk about very loudly. Perhaps that needs to change. ...