Monthly Archives: June 2012

Snippet: dressing for success

It has become a bit of a clichĂ© to say this, but proper dressing does make all the difference in your job-hunting quest. The main thing to remember here is that you are marketing a product, namely, yourself, so first … Continue reading

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Baby boomers and their beneficiaries

According to a Reuters report, most young, wealthy Americans believe it is important to pass money on to their heirs. However, they may be disappointed to learn that their parents do not feel the same way. In an annual survey … Continue reading

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Snippet: the cover letter

While the resume is an integral part of the job application process, an often overlooked aspect of the same process is the cover letter. So what makes a great cover letter? Well, generally, you should show that you get a real … Continue reading

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Snippet: making full use of the interview

When you are actually being interviewed, do not just go all out to get the job at any cost. This is definitely the wrong approach to take, unless you are on the brink of desperation. You have to use the … Continue reading

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