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• Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

If you’ve recently lost your job, it’s time to get your finances in order. Here are a few tips from the experts to help you address your financial commitments — and keep your credit score intact — while you work to get back on your feet. 1. Don’t burn bridges. It’s tempting to take out your […]

• Monday, November 14th, 2011

Social experiments have upended almost everything that modern management takes as a given. Science has managed to reveal some crazy things that fly in the face of almost every commonly accepted management practice. Here’s the latest: Rewards for top performers lead them to worse performance. And if you want to foster innovation, bonuses won’t work […]

• Friday, October 22nd, 2010

Using traditional job boards, such as careerbuilder and monster, is not enough these days. Finding a job within a niche market like the medical device industry needs additional work. Medical device jobs require a strategic plan and while the medical industry remains steady, more people are targeting it. (If you were recently laid off, make sure you […]

• Thursday, November 19th, 2009

We are often approached from candidates with no medical background who are interested in entering the medical sales market. Recently, the question “How can I get into medical sales” has been coming up more than usual, so I decided to write a small article about that. Here are few tips to break into medical sales: […]

• Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

By now, I think everyone has heard of Twitter. If not, Twitter is, so far, a free microblogging website that allows people to post short updates (140 characters long) and follow others’ news. Twitter allows you to follow almost anyone on the website, so why not take advantage of this feature when job hunting ? […]

• Thursday, November 05th, 2009

If you are applying and submitting your resume for jobs, you need to have a highly competitive resume! There are thousands of applicants browsing the Internet and uploading their resumes. So, make sure your resume stands out. Here are 5 tips that could help you achieve just that: 1) Objective Every resume should have an objective, […]

• Tuesday, November 03rd, 2009

With the current economic crisis, many companies are going through major lay-offs, it’s a scary time for everyone who doesn’t have the job security others may have. Sometimes, no matter how hard you try to work hard and go the extra mile, you still find yourself on that list. So, what do you do then? […]

• Sunday, October 18th, 2009

LinkedIn is a great networking tool, it allows you to network with the people you know and share common interests with. It provides a tool for job seekers to learn more about their hiring managers, before meeting them, and allows them to research the companies they are interested in. If you’re using LinkedIn, you need […]

• Thursday, October 15th, 2009

Giving references to the people you know is great, it feels good helping someone land a new job and start a new career, but it also carries a responsibility. After all, the answers you give might make or break the deal! Many feel the pressure and are often compelled to give vague answers or focus […]