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Tips For Improving Your Resume With Continuous Education

Tips For Improving Your Resume With Continuous Education

Continuous education is the process of acquiring new skills, knowledge, or attitudes as one ages. The term “continuous education” was coined by the United States Department of Education in April 1984 to describe the systematic observation, measurement, and evaluation of education-related aspects of people’s lives beyond the boundaries traditionally imposed by schools. Continuous education is

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Building A Career As An Entry Level Professional

Building A Career As An Entry Level Professional

Do you want to know how to build a career in a specific field? Start by getting an education in that field of study. But if your skills are more technical and not enough conventional, you may also want to consider gaining experience as an entry-level professional. These entry-level positions give young people the chance

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Key FACTORS TO PROFESSIONALISM AT WORK

5 Key Factors to Professionalism at Work 

Professionalism is the overall work conduct, behavior, and attitude towards work and the set goals. Being professional simply carries an air of work demand divided by work delivery. In an office space where employees form bonds and friendships, it is quite easy to slip from professionalism into one’s personal space which is often the case.

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salary discussion during job interview

How To Discuss Your Salary During A Job Interview

This is the point at which applicants start to sweat. The interview is going really great, you’re showing off your industry knowledge and everything is moving rather smoothly… …until the interviewer asks, “How much do you expect to be paid for this job?’ ‘H-h-h-how much are you willing to pay?’, you manage to blurt out,

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