Look for Work Based on Your Skills - Not the Field

November 27, 2017 | Job Guide 360

When looking for a new job, if you focus on the skills you have and the ones you most like to use, rather than the field where you want to work, the process can be more pleasant and the results a better fit for you and your new employer. You may also discover work...

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5 Ways to Streamline Your Job Hunting Schedule

October 24, 2017 | Job Guide 360

Job hunting is something that's fundamentally easy to define on paper, but like many things, it tends to be a lot more challenging in execution than it is in denotation. There is one significant key to effective job hunting that separates those who ultimately...

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Personal Relations With Personnel

September 26, 2017 | Job Guide 360

The water cooler used to be a time to gossip, but it may be a time for a rendezvous. In today's business world employers are very cautious in setting firm guides as to employees dating their co-workers. When a person is employed in a professional position, employees objectives are to...

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Don't Interview. Have A Conversation.

August 25, 2017 | Job Guide 360

Most of us learned how to interview for a job working at food service or retail in our late teens and early twenties. The submissive role that goes with that type of interview dynamic can be hard to shake off even decades later. We tend to behave in job interviews as if we are asking...

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