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Job Search, Canyoning Style

Canyoning (‘canyoneering in the U.S. / kloofing in South-Africa / torrentismo in Italian) is travelling in canyons using a variety of techniques that may include other outdoor activities such as walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling (rappelling), and swimming. 536 more words

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The Job Hunt: Part 4

Yay! You’ve landed yourself an interview! Congrats! This is a huge step in landing a job. The most important part, actually. The defining moment that propels you from “they’re interested in knowing about my skills” to “they want me to work for them”. 372 more words


How to Survive an Interview (or Audition)

I’ve worked random part-time jobs since I was about 16.  While not every singe job I’ve had required an interview, and while a lot of those interviews were more formalities, I’ve been through a few.   1,024 more words


23 questions you should never ask at the end of a job interview


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When you’re in the hot seat, there’s a good chance that your interviewer will turn the tables at some point and ask, “Do you have any questions for me?” 322 more words


A 30-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Mid-June 1981

Monday, June 8, 1981

It’s after midnight now, and I’m at Teresa’s. She’s fast asleep already. I got here an hour ago after spending the evening with Ronna. 4,107 more words


Here’s the VLOG of the career talk I gave to sophomore, junior and senior college students of Poveda. I taught them the importance of having a professional image, gave them job interview do’s and don’ts and told them to be mindful of their character and behavior.

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Tips & Tricks for Writing a Cover Letter

While your resume is a crucial element of your job search credentials, there’s a few other things that go into impressing future employers. With internship- and job-hunting season upon us, you need to get your cover letter in tip-top shape. 1,226 more words