The Importance of Primary and Supportive Communication Skills
The Importance of Primary and Supportive Communication Skills

George Bernard Shaw said: “The greatest problem in communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished.” Every professional job today demands good communication skills, but what are they?

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Tips for Parents Returning to the Workforce
Tips for Parents Returning to the Workforce

Returning to work after being a stay-at-home parent can be daunting. When most of your time has been devoted to

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How to Make Sure Your Resume is Discoverable
How to Make Sure Your Resume is Discoverable

When recruiters are searching for talent in resume databases (or social networking sites) they invariably do so with a specific

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Why Read Knock Em Dead The Ultimate Job Search Guide?
Why Read Knock Em Dead The Ultimate Job Search Guide?

Job search isn’t nanotechnology; you’ll find a commonsense logic in everything I show you and wonder why you didn’t see

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How Important is Body Language on a Job Interview?
How Important is Body Language on a Job Interview?

As a species, we learned to read body language signals before we invented spoken communication. We master the spoken word

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Unemployed? Free Holiday Gifts to Give Yourself
Unemployed? Free Holiday Gifts to Give Yourself

  Whether you’re feeling festive or not, the holidays are here. Family and social obligations can add an extra layer of anxiety

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Dressing For Interview Success
Dressing For Interview Success

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services When you dress like a professional, you are likely to be treated as

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How to Quadruple Your Chances of an Interview
How to Quadruple Your Chances of an Interview

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services The more ways you approach your target companies and hiring managers, the faster

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Be Proactive And Increase Your Odds Of Getting A Job
Be Proactive And Increase Your Odds Of Getting A Job

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services We all have 168 hours in a week. When you’re looking for a

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How’s Your Job Interview Body Language? A Quick Checklist
How’s Your Job Interview Body Language? A Quick Checklist

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services Can you afford to be careless about the non-verbal clues others pick up

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The Five Secrets of the Hire – The Fifth Secret – Teamwork and Manageability
The Five Secrets of the Hire – The Fifth Secret – Teamwork and Manageability

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services Teamwork relates to your ability to function productively as a member of a

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Five Secrets of the Hire – Fourth Secret – Intelligent Enthusiasm
Five Secrets of the Hire – Fourth Secret – Intelligent Enthusiasm

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services Are you intelligently enthusiastic? In a tightly run job race, when there is

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Five Secrets of the Hire – Third Secret – The Transferable Skills That Underlie Professional Success
Five Secrets of the Hire – Third Secret – The Transferable Skills That Underlie Professional Success

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services Successful professionals are simply people who crack the code of professional success and

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Five Secrets of the Hire – Part 2 – Problem Anticipation, Identification, Prevention, and Solution
Five Secrets of the Hire – Part 2 – Problem Anticipation, Identification, Prevention, and Solution

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services There is only one reason any job is ever added to the payroll

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Five Secrets of the Hire – Part 1 – Ability and Suitability
Five Secrets of the Hire – Part 1 – Ability and Suitability

Martin Yate CPCNY Times BestsellerProfessional Resume Services Saying, “Hey, I can do this job—give me a shot and I’ll prove

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