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There are some job interview questions that you should just always prepare an answer for. Every interview is different, yes, but the goal is always the same. You’re there to show that you’re the right fit for the job. Your interviewer is there to find out if that’s true.
I recently read an article published on Forbes by a young millennial about careers and career expectations for 20-somethings. The article was good, and despite some grammar and spelling issues, they made a few valid points.
These occupations are among those with the largest percentage growth expected through 2018.
According to the United States Labour Department’s "Occupational Outlook Handbook", these occupations are among those with the largest percentage growth expected through 2018.
Finding a new job can be a daunting task. Creating a CV that stands out and applying for your dream role can be stressful enough as it is, but then comes the task of actually interviewing for a potential position. It’s not hard to believe that many candidates find this to be one of the hardest parts of the entire process.
I am getting nowhere in my job search. I've been responding to job ads and so far I haven't had one nibble.
Balancing work – full or part-time – with added childcare and other life commi
With the rapid advancement of technology, artificial intelligence, the increase in entrepreneurs, flexible working and the increase of pensionable age, the world of work is definitely changing. Quite where we will be and what work will look like in twenty, thirty and forty years I don’t know.
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