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You are Worth What You Negotiate

Negotiating yourself through a job interview requires preparation and skill, no matter your aim is: a better position, higher pay, a workplace closer to your home… You don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate. This cliché is worth repeating, putting up on your wall and tattooing on your forehead.

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You Are Worth What You Negotiate!

Negotiating yourself through a job interview requires preparation and skill, no matter your aim is: a better position, higher pay, a workplace closer to your home… You don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate. This cliché is worth repeating, putting up on your wall and tattooing on your forehead.

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10 Things You Need To Know If You Are Job Hunting in 2018 -2019

If it has been a few years since the last time you went out job hunting, you need to know that things have changed. Sure, some of the old advice from 2000 definitely still applies today – such as , networking or  cold calling. But like it or not,there is no way around it, you’ll […]

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The 5 Candidate Types You’re Competing Against in Your Job Interview

Got a job interview invitation? Brilliant – yay …. #GetHired2018 Are you worried or just hoping for the best? Well, hope and fear are the big enemies of anyone competing for a job. Especially in the last mile. Don’t let it unravel you. Instead, think about the other likely types of candidates and how you […]

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The 10 Things Employers value more than your education.

Grades are the determining factor for performance in school, and uni degrees and high scores are kick-starters for your career. But in the professional world, that’s not how it works. This is what you need to know if you are hunting for your first well-paid job…

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10 Ways to Contracting Out Your Brain Power & Earn $$$

Most businesses have plenty of information, but too many lack the raw brain power to be able to frame their challenging sales, service or operations problems in ways that would give them a competitive edge.That’s where you can come in — as a brain for hire. An old fashioned word for it is “contractor”.