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14 Tips to Construct the Perfect Work Resume - Introvert Whisperer

14 Tips to Construct the Perfect Work Resume

Did you know Google gets around 3 million applications a year but only hires about 7,000 people?   With so much competition not just at Google but almost everywhere, even landing an interview somewhere becomes a difficult task.   A typical recruiter goes through hundreds of resumes in a single day and skims through each…

2 Quick Tips to Figure Out a New Career - Introvert Whisperer

2 Quick Tips to Figure Out a New Career

Figuring out a new career path is a big decision no matter what age you are when trying to make this kind of decision.   Patience; We’re used to getting access to information really fast, communicating fast and a lot of instant gratification. Our current lifestyle has done little to cultivate patience and this decision…

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5 Things to Do During Any Job Interview

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  • February 6, 2017
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While applying for a job offer you need to take into account that any company starts their selection process by going through CVs and calling potential candidates in for an interview. If you already applied for the job and are waiting for that call, or if you already have that interview scheduled for your dream…

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Getting a Job Using your Second Language

  Knowing other languages in a world that, thanks to globalization, has forced people to be bilingual and almost makes them forget their 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…

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Is Your Job Satisfying You?

What gives you a deep sense of satisfaction in your career? Is it hitting milestones on a project? Seeing someone else succeed because of your efforts and impact?   Our ability to feel successful comes from regularly having a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. It’s knowing that what you do makes a difference. It’s growing…

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