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10 Most Rewarding Work from Home Jobs

  Working from home, or WFH, allows you to build your schedule as you want, to take breaks whenever you want, to eat, drink and...

Top 10 Best Industries to Work In

Have you ever wondered what the best industries are for young graduates to work in? We have and after some research we have come...
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What Is a Phlebotomist? Here Are 10 Things You Should Know

Funny how it is: once we grow up and grow out of our childhood fears about having blood taken from us, we can for...
Ten Best Paid Actors In The Last Year

Ten Best Paid Actors In The Last Year

It's common knowledge Hollywood stars make the big bucks, and if you've ever wondered how much that really is, here are the ten best paid...
Career Tips to Follow All the Time

10 Career Tips to Follow All the Time

  Whether we are facing or not economic stability, being cautious is always a good idea when it comes to your job. Here are ten...

10 Important Yet Underrated Jobs

We all like to enjoy the little things in life, but often overlook the people that make those things possible. Today we take a look at ten jobs that are important, and more or less make our daily lives a bit better, but are severely underrated – and the people that do them are rarely ever recognized for their efforts.
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10 Ways to Impress Your Boss

It truly is a dog eat dog world, especially with today’s economy! Getting a job is hard and unfortunately, holding down one is proving...

10 Interview Questions You Should Be Prepared For

Going to an interview for a new job is a stressful situation, no matter how used you are to this entire process. You may never know who you're going to meet, what their attitude would be, what questions they will ask. No matter how well prepared you are, some employers will still manage to take you by surprise and they will either ask you things you didn't expect, or check your competence and abilities by testing them on the spot. While some prefer the second option, as they believe it's better to be tested on how good they are for the job instead of being asked about it, no job interview will end without a Q&A session. So in order to at least be aware of the things you might be asked about, today we will talk about the most common ten questions your future employer would like to know the answers to. And besides the "tell me a little about yourself" and "what motivated you to apply to this job", there are a lot of other issues you should think before meeting the interview committee.
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Top 10 Highest Paying Jobs

With the average cost of college now climbing to nearly $35,000 per year, it makes sense that people want to know what the highest...
Kingerloop - 7 Startups from Down Under to Watch out for in 2015

7 Startups from Down Under to Watch out for in 2015

Thanks to its policies on encouraging entrepreneurship and innovative office solutions, like the serviced offices provided by Regus, Australia has emerged over the past...