Topic: new job

Ace The Interview — Without Saying A Word

Ace The Interview â Without Saying A Word

You’ve put so much effort into landing this interview, what’s the final touch that will help you nail an offer? In many cases, it boils down to what you don’t say,” asserts Joe Navarro (@Navarrotells), a business consultant, former FBI agent and author of “What Every BODY Is Saying.”

“Things like your handshake or how long you take to answer a question can make or break the deal,” he says. Follow these six strategies to walk away with an offer in hand.
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Christine Cameron Tells Us How She Turned Her Awesome Blog Into A Career

Christine Cameron Tells Us How She Turned Her Awesome Blog Into A Career

Well, when I need fashion inspiration I often turn to one of my favorite fashion blogs, MyStylePill.coml, created by Christine Cameron. Her trendy and eclectic style always points me in the right direction. And clearly I am not the only one who feels this way as Christine has 7,287 Twitter followers and 2,638 people like her Facebook page.   But how does one turn a passion for fashion into a profitable blog that has major brands like Coach and Steve Madden working with her? We talked with Christine about how she made My Style Pill her career. More »

The 11 Top Reasons For Making A Career Change

The 11 Top Reasons For Making A Career Change

Did you know the average American makes seven career changes during their lifetime? And in this new infographic from Graduate Degree Program, we can see what the main reasons are. Overall in the US, there are 71% of worker who feel they are “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” from their work. But is the answer going back to school? Are you too old? Well, not according to this survey. There are 200,000 students between the ages of 50-64 that were enrolled in a graduate study program in 2009. There are also 8,200 students age 65 and over enrolled in a graduate study program in 2009. Check out this graphic to show you all the reasons people make career changes. More »

A Billion Women Are Expected To Enter The Workforce In The Next 10 Years

A Billion Women Are Expected To Enter The Workforce In The Next 10 Years

Ladies, slip on your wet suit and get ready to surf a billion-woman wave into the workplace worldwide. That’s right, it may not be a man’s world for much longer according to the latest survey from Booz & Company on women at work. It reports that up to 1 billion women are expected to enter the work force in the next ten years. Hang ten, people, it’s not all sand and sunshine. More »