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Enjoying the anonymity of the internet in social networking? Are you revealing a bit more in Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, or BlogSpot? Extreme political opinions, photos, college pranks, weekend preferences and more? An increasingly popular trend, graduates stepping out of universities and looking ahead for their first interviews are closing their social networking pages. Reason: Big

There are any numbers of stress management techniques and for coping with stress in general and dealing with both the physical and emotional causes of stress. There are techniques for both short-term symptoms of stress and even long-term or chronic symptoms of stress. There are also a certain amount of self employed techniques that are

Breathing is something we all do during our life time. We all know we are going to die if we are not breathing. Breathing is a reflex action done by our body to provide the flow of oxygen around the body to the vital organs. Wikipedia, online encyclopaedia, describes humans breathe between 12 and 20

You’re now you’re ready for your first ‘real’ job. You’ve mailed out résumés and have been called in for your first interview. How can you do well at the interview so you wind up being offered the job? Dress professionally. No midriff shirts, low-cut blouses or flip-flops because you’re going to work and not the

Consider adopting a pet. Studies have shown that individuals, who own pets, including cats or dogs, live a happier and healthier life. The reason is because pets provide companionship and unconditional love, which is one of the reasons that they may help to eliminate minor cases of depression and/or stress. A regular fitness regime may

You are in the middle of an important interview and are confident that you are doing an excellent job of presenting your skills and qualifications for the position. The interviewer asks the next question – and it’s a difficult one. You didn’t see this question coming and have no idea to answer it. Words catch

Candidates’ experience and credentials, as detailed in the resume, are most often the frequently used criteria for determining which job applicants are deserving of a personal interview. Ultimately, though, the hiring decision is going to be heavily based upon the candidates’ performance in the interview and their value to the organization. To impress an interviewer,