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    26Aug
    2017
    Dress the part for the job you want
    Posted By : Varvara Kuraeva
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    It may seem superficial, but clothing makes a statement about who you are and where you want to go. Since people tend to judge us (consciously or not) at least in part based on how we look, why not dress the part? Read on if you would like to find out more... Letter from the Candidate: "Dear Liz, I have…
    23Jul
    2017
    Didn’t Get The Job? Stay Cool & Chin-Up!
    Posted By : Varvara Kuraeva
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    “We hired someone with more industry experience”. We've all received this message at some stage of our career. No one likes to hear it. It's frustrating. The following article can help turn your frustration and disappointment into productive fuel to get you right back into that positive mindset. Happy job hunting and chin-up! :) A letter from the job seeker:…
    01May
    2017
    The Secret Life of a Recruiter
    Posted By : Varvara Kuraeva
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    Recruiters engage in some of the most career-impacting activities in our society: helping people find fulfilling work that matches their skills and connecting talented people with enterprises that need their skills in order to grow and prosper. When done right, recruiting is a true win-win. When recruiters make this magic happen, it may seem like they have an unrivaled mastery…
    07Mar
    2017
    Many Software Developers I have talked to absolutely dread job interviews. And I have seen job candidates absolutely flub a number of questions. Some are standard interview questions, but a developer will still need to answer them in a way that relates them to the job. Other questions are specific to the software development industry. Here are 10 job interview…
    27Feb
    2017
    Feeling like your new job is a big mistake?
    Posted By : Varvara Kuraeva
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    Feeling like your new job is a big mistake? Then this career advice from The Naked CEO Alex Malley may help… Met with an abundance of new personalities, expectations and processes, the first few months in a new job is usually an intense period of familiarising yourself with the unfamiliar, as swiftly as you can. But what happens if after…