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Is Job Loss Making You Sick?

Job loss affects most of us like any other loss in life. Yes, there are other losses that are greater, but this one comes close too!

Last Year Physician Resident Checklist

Here is a last year resident checklist not to forget:

Are You Living Your Career Dreams?

Inherent within the human spirit is a desire for fulfillment, a longing to carry out our creative aspirations by reaching new heights of accomplishment. Yet often the yearning for fulfillment can be suppressed by fear and apprehension. Perhaps we aren?t feeling good enough, smart enough or able enough to pursue and fulfill our dreams.

Tips on How to Write High Impact Letters of Recommendation

Congratulations. You?ve been asked to write a letter of recommendation for an employee or colleague. This person values your opinion of him or her, and you?d be glad to help them advance. The problem is you?re unsure of what to say or how to say it! Here are four tips to keep in mind when preparing your recommendation.

How to Ask For a Salary Increase and Get Your Raise

Feeling overworked and underpaid? If you?re starting to feel like you deserve a raise, here are eight DO?s and DON?Ts to build your confidence and tact (and what to avoid!) in asking for the salary you feel you deserve.

Seriously Impress at Your Interview With These 7 Hot Tips

So you?ve managed to secure a job interview for a position that fits you PERFECTLY. Now comes the moment of truth: Are you REALLY ready for the interview? If you?ve rehearsed what you?re going to say and know the perfect answer to every potential question, you?re half way there. There?s just one important thing you?ve forgotten:

Master Responding to Selection Criteria and Win Your Next Job!

As a human resources specialist for many years, I've seen it all when it comes to job applications. Most disheartening were those applications in which applicants had not addressed the specified selection criteria ... they went straight into the 'no' pile. In many cases, it was obvious from accompanying documents like the cover letter and resume, that the applicants were intelligent, experienced people who may have been good hires. However, as they hadn't addressed the selection criteria, they had disqualified themselves from further processing. In fact, an applicant has only to miss one selection criterion to be disqualified from a recruitment process.

Ten Things About Your Career Development

There are some tactics you can action whatever you wish for from your career. Whatever you might think right now, you have all the tools you need for a career which give you joy and fulfilment. You might not think that possible, or that it will leave you cash poor. But that's not usually the case. Your life can change within your control.

Culture Shock

Today we hear much talk of the 'global village'. People are have more opportunities to travel and live abroad than ever before. However, when you leave a familiar environment and go for an extended stay somewhere quite different, you could experience a whole range of unexpected and unfamiliar feelings. Many of these emotions can be very strong, making you feel out of control and confused: just the sort of problem you could do without as you try to cope with a new job, a new way of life. This is the experience we call 'culture shock' and its course is well understood and documented. So, the first thing to remember is that culture shock is normal, that it has clearly defined stages and that, provided you understand what is happening to you, you should be able to cope with it.

Discontentment in the Workplace

While more people are finding employment, more employed workers are discontent and experiencing frustration. In most cases it can be boiled down to four factors: feeling undervalued, unappreciated and powerless, and world events.

Petite Modeling: What Should You Wear to Your First modeling Photo Shoot?

If you're looking into making the petite modeling industry your career and are wondering what you should bring to your first photo shoot then this article is for you.

The Secrets to Interview Success

Many well qualified and extremely able candidates fail at job interviews simply because they are unaware of the conventions of the job interview and the expectations of the interviewer.

Students Discover Your Niche By Using Career Assessment

In our ever changing world where job competition is rampant it can be difficult to understand one?s strengths and what one wants to do in life.

Finding a Job Under Tough Circumstances

Anyone can find a job. That?s right, I said ?anyone?. And I meant it. But the caveat is: I didn?t say what kind of job. You can go out and start flipping burgers, and whine about the tough breaks life handed you when your company down-sized, or you can reach higher, and go for that job you really want, and know you have the experience and enthusiasm for.

Intuition: The Secret To Your Career Success

For far too long, we moderns have relied on our analytical/logical brain to make important life decisions. It is my belief that our imaginative/creative brain holds the key to better, smarter and more soulful decisions. This is because the right side of the brain, which loves creativity---taps into your intuitive nature. Take your career for instance. How could following your intuition make you more successful? Because you will be following your true internal compass---one that leads you to the best career and a more fulfilled life.

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