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November 9, 2020
We Don’t Need No Education. Or Do We? [2020 Study]
Published with Permission of Resumelab.com Education is said to be the passport to the future. Yet at the same time, there are lots of critical voices about the education system. 1,000+ Americans told us what they think. Maciej Duszyński 05/11/2020 Einstein once said that education is what remains with you after you’ve forgotten everything you...
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A recruiter followed up that my offer has to be approved by executive committee before sending it to me. Did I get a job 100%?
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Finish | Career Angles
Often at work in our lives, we start things strong, get bogged down in the middle, and deliver just so we can say we finished.
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Methods of Negotiation
It should go without saying that having good references is an important part of the job search process. The employer who is evaluating you has only met you on a few occasions and he feels you have the skills required. But your references are people who have worked with you regularly and who know your work first hand. Ideally, your references should be former...
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They Aren’t Just Checking References Any More
87% of employers surveyed were searching the web for information about new hires and 52% had eliminated a candidate based upon something they found there.
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Frank Blake (myjobology.com) and I speak about a number of things that people can do better on their interviews so that you don't go home sad and disappointed.
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References: Do Them Right
We once had someone complete three rounds of interviews with a client and he won the battle for the job with a close contender. Our client asked us to check his references.
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