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Jobs for Sport Enthusiasts

Monday, February 11th, 2008

There are people who are so much into sports that they keep track of every sport teams and their stats. Luckily, there are jobs available out there for them: Sports coaches: If you can’t make it on the field, try coaching. A master’s degree in coaching or a sports-related field is required to work at […]

Jobs That Can Help You Keep In Shape

Sunday, February 10th, 2008

See when we talk about work and jobs, we think of a physical task. But in this modern day, a lot of jobs don’t really need much physical work unless it’s a labor job. So for that reason it is kind of hard to keep yourself in shape if you are trying to lose some […]

How To Tell if Your Workers Don’t Like You?

Friday, February 8th, 2008

There are many signs from which you can know your staff dislikes you. Detecting these signals from your employees might indicate you are a lousy and hated boss. You have a number of former staff: If you have worked with so many people under you, there is nothing much to be happy about it. It […]

Are Looks and Success At Work Related?

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

We all know the one’s educational level, especially the degree he or she has affects the success. But does look has any contribution in career success too? It looks like it has. Physical attractiveness can change how people perceive and treat you at work. It can also affect the hiring process to start with. Research […]

Things IT Department Like to Keep Secret

Monday, January 21st, 2008

So you are at your work and you go to your IT department to ask for help; they refuse to help. And you start to wonder why don’t they tell you how to do it: How to look like you’re working -that’s completely dumb thing to ask at the first place. Aren’t you supposed to […]

Best Company to Work For is Google

Friday, January 18th, 2008

According to the fortune magazine, Google is the best place to work for. What makes Google so great as an employer? They offer free meals, swimming spa, and free doctors onsite to all the employees. Engineers can spend 20% of time on independent projects. Did you know that Google gets more than 1,300 résumés a […]

Skills For People Working In Construction

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

Are you a type of person who enjoys or is enjoying working in the construction field? There are couple of things that you have always keep in your mind, and the main one among them is safety. Safety should always linger while working in the construction zone. CSkills has a website for construction people to […]

How to Earn a Promotion at Your Job

Wednesday, January 9th, 2008

You have been at your job for years and never earned a promotion; what you should do now? Unless you are working in a very low paying job and the kind of job that requires literally no education or anything, you should try to get a promotion sooner or later. If promotion is your goal […]

How to Know When to Leave or Quit A Job?

Saturday, January 5th, 2008

Do you think it is time now for you to dump your job? If you’re afraid of coming to work almost every day, maybe it is th time to consider a new job really. Not everybody likes their job, lets be honest. Believe it or not there are people who search for some disease on […]

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