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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Terminating Employees

    Sometimes as a manager you have to let people go. It's an ugly truth and ideally it won't be a big part of your job, but sooner or later you will encounter a situation where a team member is not working out. Knowing how to handle that situation gracefully can...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Firing Employees - Some Suggestions

    It's a difficult time for most owners and managers when it becomes apparent an employee must be fired or laid off. Few people enjoy this process. Maybe Donald Trump does, but most owners or managers do not enjoy firing employees. The layoff should not come as a surprise to the...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Why Collecting On Your Accounts Receivables Is More Than Just About Money

    In times of economic uncertainty, you might feel as if you have little choice as to how to handle your accounts receivables. Cash is tight and there might not be enough to go around. There is however, an important balancing act to maintain when it comes to collecting from your...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Corporate Budgeting Process Pros And Cons

    Each department gets a say in the corporate budgeting process. This might make the company more responsive to individual departments' needs, and it might make department managers feel better about their role in the organization. At the end of the year, you can compare actual hard financial numbers to the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Tips For Firing A Personal Assistant

    A personal assistant performs important duties for a wide scope of people. Executives rely on their PA's to run errands and handle aspects of their personal life. The disabled often hire personal assistants to carry out tasks like paying bills and picking up the dry cleaning. Sometimes it is necessary...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Futures Contracts

    Many of us who are getting into finance a little later in life may be confused at some of the terms we come across, and need a little more information about specific transactions before we go ahead and take advice on a "Sure thing". Futures contracts come up from time...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Types Of Financial Statement Analysis

    A document which sets out the assets, income, expenses and debts of a person or company to allow a third person to assess that person or corporation's financial health (i.e. when considering lending money to that person or corporation). There are many types of financial statement analysis and accountants use...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Budgeting Is Very Significant In Business Operations

    Budgeting is the method of planning as to how resources will be acquired and used over a certain period of time. Budgeting also applies to handling personal finances similar to that of most businesses. Personally, if income is coming from employment and earnings are relatively fixed on a monthly basis,...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Many Parts Of An Income Statement: Part 1 Is Definitions And Comparisons Against Budget

    In identifying the parts of an Income Statement, part 1, the initial concern is definition of an Income Statement. An income statement is the measure of economic results of the business for a given period of time whether it is an income or a loss. The parts of an Income...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Part 2 Of An Income Statement: Two Types Of Forms Used In Presentation

    The parts of an Income Statement, Part2 is about the forms in the fair presentation of the operations of the business. The proper presentation of parts of an Income Statement, Part2, requires proper matching from one another of revenues and expenses. In this case, the financial statements will be clearly...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Part 3 Of Income Statement : Understanding The Composition Of Income Statement

    Parts of Income Statement, Part 3 deal with the identification of the details that comprise an income statement. In Parts of Income Statement, Part 3, the detailed components of the income statement of a manufacturing trade will be itemized for better understanding. The general parts of Income Statement, Part 3...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    What Are The Ways To Differentiate Revenue From Receivables

    Receivables are goods and/or services sold to customers on account or credit. When a sale is made on account, customers are given a certain time to pay the supplier on the purchases made. This is usually granted to repeat customers who were able to develop good business dealings with the...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    What Makes A Balance Sheet?

    In as much as this paper will focus on balance sheet, the starting point will be its definition. The balance sheet is a listing of the business assets, its liabilities and the owner's equity or capital normally presented and summarized at the end of every month or year. A careful...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Understanding A Cash Flow Statement

    The main source of information needed to estimate the future cash flows of a firm is the financial statements, namely balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement. Financial statements assist stakeholders in estimating the value of a firm's assets and the required rate of return and in understanding the...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    How To Create A Sales Forecast

    Sales forecasting is a key management tool for businesses. The more effective the sales forecasts are the more accurate the firm's budgets will be, giving managers an accurate picture of future profitability and viability of the firm in the competitive marketplace. Forecasting is broadly used by managers as a primary...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    How To Use Benchmarking To Beat Your Competition

    Are you someone who sells products or services? If so, do you have any influence over how your products or services are made or sold? There is a possibility you can bring in more sales by using the benchmarking process. You will learn what it means to benchmark and you...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Financial Statements As Decision-Making Tools

    Financial statements of a company or individual are the documents that reflect the historic financial information of the entity. This includes a detailed and accurate record of the assets and liabilities as well as the income and expenses and also the cash flow of the entity. These documents are written...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Business Analysis Through SWOT: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats

    The SWOT analysis is a methodology for strategic planning, which can apply to a variety of business types and vocational fields. The theory and structure itself is not terribly complex, but application and interpretation can be difficult for particular organizations in certain situations. Self-analysis can sometimes be problematic from an...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Web Based Training

    People who are already struggling to meet the demands of work and family life must now find a way to keep their knowledge of business and of the world current. Traditional methods of training, such as classroom courses and training manuals, are no longer adequate to meet the new set...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    What Are The Four General Financial Statements: Learning Accounting Practices

    In the accounting world, there are four general financial statements that companies use during their accounting process. These are the income statement, balance sheet, statement of stockholder's equity, and the statement of cash flows. Each of these statements serves a very important purpose in keeping track of the finances for...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    How To Set And Stick To Business Budgets

    Budgets are essential in businesses just as they are in everyday life. Producing and compiling a budget will allow you to see just where your business is and of course where it could be. So, it's best to look at a business budget more as a developmental or forecasting tool...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Business Analysis Through SWOT

    SWOT analysis is a framework to examine a firm's competitive position and strategy. By examining a firm's Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats, SWOT evaluates a firm's strategies to exploit its competitive advantages or defend against its weaknesses. Strengths and Weaknesses involve identifying the firm's internal abilities or disadvantages, while Opportunities...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Developing The Best Business Plans And Projects

    One of the challenges every organization faces is creating the proper research and making decisions. Business decisions do need a great deal of research to be progressive and productive; however, you do not need to begin with the research. Evaluate the situation by writing a few of the objectives, develop...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Forecasting Sales In Your Business Plan For Your New Business

    You'll find many business plans with a well thought out sales forecast for the first month but then each following month has a fixed percentage of growth. No business has ever grown like this, ever. Some months are going to be down, some are going to be up but never...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Why Change Management Needs Design Thinking

    Unfortunately, traditional change management tactics fall short of realizing successful change. Tactical plans to manage change are only as useful as the strategy that drives them. You cannot put your change process into boxes and check everything off and call it "Leading change." Traditional change management techniques such as assessments...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    A Small Business Owner's Guide To Budget Basics

    Is your flow of money pretty tight? Have you made the decision to test the waters of becoming an entrepreneur while wondering how to operate your own small business on a budget? To become successful, anyone who starts a business must invest his or her money and time wisely. In...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Computer Leasing: Why This Could Be The Advantage Your Company Needs To Succeed

    When it comes to locating a reputable computer leasing company, the first thing that needs to be completed before you move ahead any further is your research. Know exactly what kind of lease it is that you are looking for. Different leasing companies specialize in different markets, so knowing exactly...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Practical Change Management: The Top 10 Countdown

    The rate of change is exponentially increasing and professionals are looking for real world practical help to survive and thrive as their organizations create and respond to changes. Leading change, understanding how individuals and organizations transition through change is a key leadership competency and directly related to business results. Companies...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Leasing Office Space? Do's And Don'ts To Finding The Perfect Location

    Growth is part of a successful business. Inevitably, your business will need to expand and venture out into a different location. Eventually, you will need to find better office space for your growing company. If you are looking for new office space, then you are definitely in luck. The current...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Conducting Break Even Analysis For Improved Success In Evaluating New Business Ideas

    Creating a break-even analysis may sound difficult and complicated however it is the responsibility of every businessperson to prepare it as one of the first steps in evaluating a new business idea. It is necessary for any businessperson to get to terms with using cost estimates and profit margins as...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Profit And Loss Statements As Planning Tools

    It is very important for any business owner or investors in companies to have a working knowledge of how a profit and loss statement is structured and generated. In this paper these issues are clarified and explained. The new businessman and investor normally do not have a lot of in...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    How To Write A Termination Letter That Shows You Care

    Being in a Manager or higher position has its perks, but it also has a major down fall. Terminating employees! That is something that no one likes to do. It's awkward for both parties evolved. The best thing to do when put in this situation is think of how you...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    How And Where To Find Failed Banks For New Foreclosure Cleanup Business Contracts!

    Often the FDIC and these acquiring institutions use larger property preservation companies to handle maintenance of the failed bank's real estate assets. But these big property preservation companies are, in many cases, simply taking too long to handle all the requests for foreclosure cleanup work because they are overwhelmed with...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    How Ineffective And Poorly Planned Employee Training Programs Can Do Great Harm To Your Business

    Knowing what type of training program for your business is a process of trial and error. Let's face it, Rome wasn't built in a day and you shouldn't expect instantaneous results after the completion of a training program. If you do, then you are definitely living in a pipe dream...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    ERP Implementation And Change Management

    Enterprise resource planning software requires full support from top management at the time of implementation, selection, customization etc. During implementation, organization may require to change some business processes to meet the software standards, which are industry specific standards. Business process can not be change without top management support. It is...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Starting A Small Business Budget

    A small business is a big step for any individual. There are a lot of expenses, and it can be very stressful at times. Your budget is a very large part of your success. The budget helps you calculate how much your business is profiting over time. Many small businesses...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Importance Of Strategic Planning And Management In The Business Environment

    Strategic planning is the most important key for solving strategic tasks; it is the process of developing, controlling and maintaining a strategic balance between organizational goals and resources in the market environment. A strategic plan is a set of activities that are geared towards an organizations growth and success. Strategic...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Questions To Ask When Leasing Office Space

    If you've started your own business, and are starting to see promising returns on your investment, it may seem like your spare bedroom or basement office space is no longer meeting your needs. If you've found yourself wishing for a conference room in which to meet with clients, or a...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Business Leadership Styles

    Leadership is defined as a social influence process in which the leader seeks the voluntary participation of subordinates in an effort to reach organizational goals. A leader trait is a physical or personality characteristic that can be used to differentiate leaders from followers. A leadership prototype is a mental representation...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Challenges Of An ERP Implementation In SME Segment

    ERP implementation is always a tough job for the organizations. To get successful implementation organizations need to be very careful. When SMEs think about ERP implementation, they identify the need of an ERP system. They prepare pre-implementation strategy for enterprise software. This strategy involves identification of business needs, budgeting for...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    How Not To Lie On Your Resume

    Have you ever stretched the truth on your resume? Maybe just a little? According to the results of a new survey undertaken by careerbuilder.com, more of us have puffed up our resumes that you might think. Just under half of the hiring and HR managers surveyed said they had caught...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    Resume Blunders: What People Have On Their Resumes That Spell Disaster

    Resumes are designed to tell a story...a very important story; the story of your life. A resume is perhaps the most important story ever reduced to paper for most people. Many lives can be affected by a person's resume and for that reason alone, they should be the most proof-read...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Functional Summary Resumes: The Key To A Great Job For Secretaries And Waitresses!

    When you seeking an employment in service oriented jobs such as being a waitress or a secretary; the functional summary resume is a great approach over using the traditional resume. The functional summary resume provides the potential employer a format that highlights the potential employee's skills, qualifications and experience. The...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2007

    Create A Professional Video Resume To Send Out: 5 Video Resumes Tips

    Use a professional to shoot your video resume because if you don't, it will be clearly evident. While you may be able to produce a quality shot, professionals know the ins and outs of background colors, which distance to shoot from and lighting. Speak slowly and evenly. Keep your makeup...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2007

    Tips For Creating An Online Resume On YouTube

    Video dating makes way for video hiring, as our information technology based society looks for better and more interactive and productive ways of getting the job done. In the past, a job search candidate or potential employee had to consolidate their experience into an application and resume, and if they...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Best Resume Building Tips

    Do not complicate the format with varying font sizes or make it too jazzy by adding a lot of colours in your resume. Employers like a short and sweet resume in a normal plain A4 sheet of white paper. Use black ink and avoid having too many bold letters. Start...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Resume Mistakes: The Five Biggest Pitfalls To Avoid

    With the economy in a downturn, and unemployment rising, it's more important than ever to set yourself apart from the crowd when job hunting. A good, solid resume is vital, and avoiding the pitfalls that will lead to immediate placement in the "No" pile is simple. This paper shows five...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Help Your Teenager Create A Resume

    Creating a resume is often an overwhelming task for a teenager. They tend to get too stressed at all the choices involved in format, content, and tone of the resume. Help your teenager by giving them examples which are given in this paper of resumes and talking to them about...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Writing A Resume For The First Time: How Hard Can It Be?

    There are several ways to write a resume, depending on what the position you want requires. The two main ones are the chronological and the fundamental resumes. If you've been in the same profession for several years, the chronological is your best bet. It lists your experience in your field...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Write A Resume: A How-To

    With any competitive job positions (such as in competitive careers and industries or during economic recessions), less time and consideration is spent on each application by employers and hiring managers. Naturally there is an inverse relationship between the competition for a given position and amount of time looking at each...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Writing A Resume When Your Past Performance Sucks

    Many of us have, at some point, encountered a rough stretch when it comes to our job history. Especially during the early part of their working lives several job changes are not uncommon as a person seeks the career path or field that fits them best. This can result in...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Write A Resume Letter That Gets You Noticed

    Your resume letter, also known as a cover letter, is an essential part of your job search. Working for hours to achieve the perfect resume will be all for naught, unless you learn the art of the cover letter. A poorly written cover letter will get your resume tossed in...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    What You Can Get Besides A Job By Posting Your Resume On Line

    Hundreds of thousands of people use the internet everyday to assist them in locating a job and hopefully a career. In the hopes of finding the perfect job employment assistance websites such as Careerbuilder.com; Monster.com and Yahoo HotJobs, just to name a few, are accessed every day. People post their...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Resume Tips From A Corporate Recruiter

    The first thing to remember is that the goal is to present enough information to get an interview. This can take some effort of the author's part because it is very easy to write way too much in a resume. Most recruiters prefer a one or two page resume. This...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Three Quick Tips To Creating A Resume That Lands You The Perfect Job

    When you start out to write your resume, and you are right in the midst of creating your perfect resume, you may realize that there are a few questions you haven't covered which will hinder you moving forward smoothly. It's most likely that everyone has found themselves in this sort...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Improve Your Acting Resume

    Your acting resume can make or break your way to Hollywood. Most casting directors take less then a minute to review your headshot and resume before deciding if you are right for a roll. This paper gives tips on how to improve your acting resume so that it does not...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Writing An Effective Resume

    How do you put yourself on paper? People have been trying to do this for a long time; and in a day when there are so many job-seekers and so much competition for the few jobs that are available, the writing of an effective r?sum? has become a professional endeavor....

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Spruce Up Your Acting Resume

    Your acting resume should fit nicely on the back of your 8x10 photo that you send out to prospective jobs. If you are running into a second page, then it's time to revise it. Remove your address if you have included that. The resume should be simple. Use bold and...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Creating Your Acting Resume

    Your resume needs to be printed on an 8 x 10 piece of paper and be stapled in the middle to your headshot which goes behind. It's also acceptable to print your actor's resume on the same sheet as your headshot if you have an inkjet printer with photo paper....

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Resume Alternatives To Get The Job You Want

    For every job placement or advertisement, there are dozens of applicants. If it was a job that is in high demand, resumes sent in can even soar to the hundreds level. Competition for jobs gets even more and more intense as people can seek professional services to beef up their...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    How To List Flea Market Selling Experience On A Resume

    When you write a resume, your number one goal is to impress potential employers with your education, work experience, and skills. When you re-enter the work force after a time of flea market selling as your only occupation, there can be some confusion about what to include on your resume....

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Ten Tips On How To Submit A Resume: What To Consider when Applying For A Job

    Making a good first impression with the recruiter means taking certain steps to provide the requested information in an understandable and easy to read format. While there are several conflicting viewpoints on best resume submission practices, this paper gives ten suggestions to consider when submitting a resume for an employment...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    How To Write A Killer Resume / CV

    Why is a killer resume important? Simply put, it is your own 'advertisement' to the prospective employer. Your resume is the very first impression to the employer even before you get the call to attend an interview. If your CV fails to convince that you are worth to be interviewed...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    How To Write A Resume - Tips From A Professional Resume Writer

    First, make sure your contact information is at the top of the resume, not the bottom, and include a telephone number where you can be reached during the typical workday. Second, make sure you list your education. If you are a college graduate, it is not necessary to list where...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Planning Your Freelance Writing Career To Make A Full Time Earning And Pay Your Bills

    It is important to do more than just say that you are a freelance writer. This type of work requires planning your freelance writing career to make a full time earning and pay your bills. While it can be a challenge, it is possible to work your freelance writing career...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    5 Simple Rules For Unbeatable Sales Negotiation

    Whether you're a salesman on a cold call, a freelancer negotiating a contract, or a 9-to-5er negotiating a pay raise, the art of persuasion is an important one. It's easy to get blocked by thoughts of what you want and what you deserve, and because you can't always rely on...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Job Interview Do's: Be Prepared For Your Job Interview

    All interviewers ask about the same questions - so be prepared with good answers for questions - that you know you will be asked. You don't want to be unprepared for your interview. You don't want to be taking to much time - looking like you are thinking up an...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Best Questions To Ask At A Job Interview

    "Do you have any questions for me?" It's the inevitable part of every job interview that can throw even the most prepared applicants for a loop. You know it's coming, but you just never know how to respond. Ask no questions and you may seem disinterested, aloof - even fearful...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2006

    Job Interview Trick: How To Calm Your Nerves

    Ever been nervous? If so, you might have experienced sweaty palms, a sense of lightheadedness and rambling speech - and none of those things will help you make a great impression at a job interview. Unfortunately, the stressful nature of a job interview can be enough to make almost anyone...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2008

    Acing The Job Interview: Don't Sweat It, Stay Calm And Land The Job

    Acing the job interview takes a well written resume, as well as a few tips on interviewing. Once you get an interview, you need to be polished, look neat and clean, and professional. You should err on the conservative side and wear a dark suit, not brown, but black or...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Myths Of Job Hunting

    Job hunting can be one of the most tedious thing one can ever do in life but it is something everyone has to go through at least one in their lifetime. The whole process seems unpredictable as your chances of being called up for interview does not seem to be...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Job Hunting Tips For Teens

    First of all decide if you really have the time to devote to a job. Most part-time jobs average about twenty to twenty five hours a week. Will spending this amount of time take time away from your studies? Having money for college won't do you much good if you...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2008

    Top Ten Employment Websites For Job Searching Online

    Did you know that the internet can be a valuable resource when you're searching for a job? You no longer have to spend hours on the road looking for help wanted signs or looking through the classifieds of the newspaper. Those jobs are just a click away. There are websites...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Find A Job On A Social Networking Site: 10 Tips To Try

    Social networking sites are viable sources for employment. Besides all of the "Extra" exposure to a wide range of people, these sites offer excellent opportunities for self promotion. The only catch is that you must have a plan of action in order to get the most use out of them...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Work At Home? Tips To Help You Find A Legitimate Job

    If you want something doing calls from home, or something in transcription, there has to be a certain amount of qualification involved, just like if you were applying at an office. If you have some customer service experience, you'll be most likely to attain a position than if you have...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Getting The Job You Want With Skills You Already Have

    You may want to view employers the same way you might have viewed your counselors, teachers, mentors, and classmates. For example, how did you ask for help on a subject when you needed it? That's right, you asked. Or maybe you wanted to join a group of classmates for a...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2007

    Looking For Work After Being Locked Up

    It's arguable that the most difficult job search in the world is the one for a person fresh out of prison. Not only do you have a "Scarlet letter" on your record, you will probably lack the job searching skills and resources that are afforded the average job hunter. You...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2007

    How To Downplay Your Age On A Resume

    Experience and wisdom counts for an awful lot in any kind of work. You simply can't beat the power of having done many things for lots of years to give a person unique strategies and experiences to draw from. But employers don't always see age in such positive terms. Age...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Write A Winning Resume: Producing A Winning Resume

    When you are applying for a job, your resume is the most important document that will be seen. It is important that your resume is accurate and well-polished. When you are writing your resume always think outside of the box. It is not good enough to just put down what...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Myths Of Resume Writing: 7 Misconceptions Of Resume Writing

    A resume is the window to your dream job; it is the first step that anyone takes in his or her job search. In every job placement or advertisement, there are dozens of applicants. If it is a highly sought-after position, the number of resumes received by the recruiting company...

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