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A Fresh Grad’s Job Hunt

A Fresh Grad’s Job Hunt

Mitzi Ilagan | Negosentro.com Are you one of the fresh graduates who were once excited to march to the stage in your toga and are now sick of your eat-sleep-Facebook routine? Well, the transition from being a determined student to being an unemployed citizen (and being a couch potato in between) is really tough, especially now that we are having a tight market competition, with all the jobless professionals and ...

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Part-time Job: Academic Face-to-Face and Online Tutoring

Part-time Job: Academic Face-to-Face and Online Tutoring

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com There are many part-time jobs out there, but not all of it fits your personality. In tutoring, it requires passion for teaching other people. It won’t work if it’s just for the sake of having a sideline. Now, why tutoring? If you know that you have that will to lead and teach, this is the job for you. It requires patience especially when some ...

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Ways to Boost your LinkedIn Profile

Ways to Boost your LinkedIn Profile

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com | Recently, the Department of Labor and Employment in the Philippines stated that over 150,000 job vacancies are available online this year.  PhilJobNet (PJN) is the government’s official job search portal for the unemployed. They even mentioned how LinkedIn and other social media sites can be used to access the said platform and can provide the applicants feedback on the results of their job applications, ...

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Getting a job using your second language

Getting a job using your second language

Negosentro.com | Knowing other languages ​​in a world that, thanks to globalization, has forced us to be bilingual and almost makes us forget our mother tongue, definitely comes in handy when looking for a new job. Numbers do not lie, today, nearly 60% of the job offers require the candidate to master a second language. English and German are taking the lead in the list for the most popular languages ...

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How to find a job right out of college

How to find a job right out of college

Negosentro.com | College does not really prepare you for real life. If you are a full-time student, you probably do not have a lot of space to fit a part-time job in your busy schedule. However, student loans are making it impossible for you to concentrate during your classes as they keep getting higher, making you even poorer. With graduation getting closer and closer, students usually begin to panic. What ...

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Bringing Recognition to Technological Talent

Bringing Recognition to Technological Talent

by Kyla Camille, Negosentro.com | Today’s world runs on technology.  From your job responsibilities to social media, most people spend a large portion of their day using some sort of technology. It has infiltrated the way we do almost everything. It is important to motivate a stream of gifted and positive professionals to continue their contributions to the IT world. Professionals Many people drop out of a certain field of ...

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Why Most Resumes Don’t Even Get A Glance

Why Most Resumes Don’t Even Get A Glance

by Liz Ryan | Everyone worries about their blemishes. That’s human nature. In social settings, people say “I don’t like my hair” or “I’m so self-conscious about my height” or “I have wrinkles.” In a business setting, especially on a job search, people say “I wish I had more Quality Control experience” or “I wish a had a better degree.” When we talk with people about their obstacles and their ...

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When Looking For A Job, The Quality Of Your Character Is More Important Than Your Skills

When Looking For A Job, The Quality Of Your Character Is More Important Than Your Skills

by Ray Nettling | Graduation is right around the corner and you’re still not sure what you’re going to do in terms of landing a job. You’ve taken the necessary requirements to complete your major and started filling out job applications, but in the desired qualifications section, you happen to notice you do not have the necessary skill set the company has listed. You begin to get frustrated and do ...

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Is ANY Job Better Than NO Job?

Is ANY Job Better Than NO Job?

by Liz Ryan | shared from Linkedin Dear Liz, I got laid off in October and job-hunted actively through the rest of 2013. I’m an Accountant with a public accounting background who is open to either public accounting or client side work. I got zero interviews in 2013. I haven’t been freaking out up until this point but with exactly no requests for interviews after sending out at least forty ...

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