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What not to do in the interview via www.careerbuilder.com

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A NEW SURVEY FROM CAREERBUILDER FINDS THAT NEARLY HALF (49 PERCENT) OF EMPLOYERS KNOW WITHIN THE FIRST FIVE MINUTES OF AN INTERVIEW WHETHER A CANDIDATE IS A GOOD OR BAD FIT FOR THE POSITION. 771 more words

Career Advice

The Free-Agent Mindset: Contracting

Originally published at CareerBuilder.com
By K. Daniel Glover

Elaine Biech, then a trainer of teachers of disabled children, reached the proverbial fork in her career path some 20 years ago and abandoned the security of payroll employment for the potentially rewarding yet equally risky life of an independent contractor. 1,494 more words

K. Daniel Glover

Betting Up, Productivity Down During March Madness

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — March Madness is in full swing and the players on the court aren’t the only ones with something to win. 231 more words

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Should you still 'dress for the job you want'?

Dear Annie: Can you help me out with my spring work wardrobe? I’ve always heard the saying, “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” But is that still true? 698 more words

Leadership

No eye contact biggest mistake during job interview: Survey

According to the survey conducted by CareerBuilder India, about 56 per cent employers come to know  within first five minutes of an interview if a job candidate is a good fit for a position. 147 more words

Surveys

Linguistic inequality: Spanish on the job market

I’ve taken a lot of foreign language classes in my life. At different times, I’ve studied German, French, Russian, Spanish, and Japanese. The teachers that I encountered in these classes, not to mention many of my colleagues now, frequently talk about the value of language learning and multilingualism. 798 more words

Linguistics

Airmen Missing From WWII Accounted For

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced yesterday that the remains of U.S. servicemen, missing in action from World War II, have been accounted for and are being returned to their families for burial with full military honors. 503 more words

Department Of Defense