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How to admit your mistakes at work

Mistakes at work are unavoidable and even useful. It’s a pity that the bosses rarely pat us on the shoulder for this way of gaining experience. How to admit mistakes without harming your career?...

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Three steps to finding the right job

Finally, you decided to change the employer. For some, this was the result of long deliberation, or everything happened spontaneously – just during one of the typical working day you realized that it was no longer possible to come to this place every morning, say...


Overqualified for the Job: Why am I getting rejected?

What if your experience and high qualifications put off an employer. Tim Miller, an expert at ResumeUniverse, talked about the reasons why employers sometimes stay away from highly qualified staff and how job seekers can change the situation....

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10 Interview Questions That May Confuse You

Recruiters often ask job seekers about things that seem to have nothing to do with their future work. Simultaneously, the answer to such a question can often depend on whether you will be hired. Here are ten such questions and guidelines on how to answer...

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Dangerous little things that ruin your resume

It is not only the key content like information about work experience, achievements, and skills that are important on our resume. The format of this information is also important. And so that there’s no “unnecessary details”. ...

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Typical resume mistakes of designers

Most of an advertising agency’s employees, of course, are managers, but the key product is creativity. Therefore, job seekers for the designer positions and copywriters often seek to show their creativity already in the resume or motivation letter. But, it is essential not to go...


How to prepare for an online interview

The conversation by phone or Skype is the first contact with a potential employer. The conversation can be short – just a few clarifying questions and a brief description of the vacancy, then an invitation for an interview at the office. But it can also...


10 Tips for novice lawyers

According to the ABA Journal, the leading magazine of the American Bar Association, the legal profession today is not the most desirable for Americans. It is far behind the dozens of the most popular and does not even enter the first fifty of the “Top...