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You’ve worked so hard practicing for your upcoming job interview. You’ve polished and refined your answers and have that confidence that comes with being well-prepared. But are you missing a key factor in how to interview well? If you haven’t paid attention to your body language, you are!

Research has shown that non-verbal cues account for more …

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The graying of the insurance industry means that by 2018, a quarter of the workers will be ready to retire. This will create opportunity for those interested in joining this $4.23 trillion worldwide industry.

Considered by many to be a mix of art and science, underwriters play a key role in the financial performance of the companies that employ them. As new …

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The new health care laws are creating opportunities for consultants who can offer expertise to help businesses navigate the confusion. In addition, those consultants who have a firm grasp of next-generation technology, including advanced analytic software, will be in demand as businesses are increasingly turning to technology to solve problems.

While many consultants’ educational pedigrees includes a business degree, the trend among …

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In the union of business and technology, business analysts often find themselves playing the part of marriage counselor. The best business analysts are able to see the big picture and translate that picture into a language both business executives and technology folks can understand.  The ability to not only solve a problem, but more importantly identify the real …

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Securing a job interview is a big deal in a job market that is as competitive as today’s. Take some time to celebrate this victory in your job search before preparing for the big event.

Next, keep the positive momentum going and use the time before the interview to give yourself every advantage and increase your chances …

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It is natural to be nervous before a job interview – the spotlight is on you and you may be feeling a lot of pressure to be the perfect candidate. And while a little nervous energy can help keep you on your toes, a feeling of rising panic can stop a good interview in its tracks.

Here are some …

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Are you the missing piece of our company’s puzzle?

Ideally, to answer this question you want to have some knowledge of the problems facing the department/company, so that you have an understanding of how your skills could help. The reality is, however, that you may not have access to this type of information at this stage of …

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The economic downturn has hit the nonprofit sector particularly hard; those organizations who are doing more with less are faring the best. The need for exceptional talent to manage business operations and help secure as much funding as possible has been amplified by government budget crises and cutbacks.

Although traditionally many nonprofits have not measured outcomes of their …

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Did you hear about the guy who during a virtual interview decided it was too much of an effort to wear pants? Oh he made sure he looked the part above the belt, but when he needed to get up to retrieve a document, his interviewer was treated to a vision of his plaid boxer shorts. And no, he …

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After having spent nearly 10 years as a wife and mother (a “career path” I chose right out of college), I suddenly found myself single and unemployed with children to support, no professional experience, and very little self-confidence.

As fate would have it, I began a journey into the scary world of dating again, as well …

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