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Manufacturing Careers: Five Skills To Totally Rock It

Wasn’t there a time that a career in some form of manufacturing industry required a good pair of hands, a hard-working work ethic and a determination to succeed was good enough, however, a manufacturing career is so much more than … Continue reading

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5 Personality Traits: Ideal Careers To Match

Some people go through their whole education knowing exactly what they want to do as a career. They know what to study, what the plan is, and how they are going to get there. But for some of us, we … Continue reading

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Tired of Rejection? It’s Time to Improve Your Prospects

If you’re tired of diligently applying for job after job, taking the time to perfect your resume and ensure that you present yourself well at interview, only to be rejected at various stages of the recruitment process, It might be … Continue reading

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Job Roles Which Will Leave A Lasting Difference

The career market is a fun one. Not only are there many different roles available you can train and become a part of, but the division of labor allows someone experience multiple different job roles during the course of their … Continue reading

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Overcoming Awkward Interview Questions

One of the toughest parts about looking for a new job is the interview process. Some companies like to have two or three stages and seemingly, each stage asks the same questions! The repetitiveness of the interviews isn’t just annoying, … Continue reading

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Improve Your Job Prospects With These Skills

When you’re about to start looking for work or you’ve already started looking, you want employers to see the potential you have. The better you look on paper, the better your chances of getting noticed will be. So you might … Continue reading

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The Jobs That Will Still Be Around In 30 Years

Over the past year or so, there have been a lot of articles in the media dedicated to automaten in the workplace. It’s true that the future looks like it will involve robots in the workplace and, as a result, … Continue reading

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6 Careers That Help People And Pay Well

On average, people tend to spend around 90,00 hours of their life at work, which works out to be around 3,750 days, or just over ten years. Of course, you do need money to survive, which is why people do … Continue reading

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Is There Really Such A Thing As A Dream Job? Here’s What We Think

Most of us go to work every day, but quite often we can feel dissatisfied with our jobs, for any number of reasons. This can include not being paid enough, having a dislike for our colleagues, or feeling that we … Continue reading

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Letting The Perfect Job Find You

Nobody likes job hunting. Not only does it imply that you won’t have a source of income pretty soon, but it is also the most difficult task to motivate yourself to do; you could send out hundreds of resumes and … Continue reading

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