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Si les intitulés de poste disaient enfin la vérité - Mode(s) d'emploi

Someecards has come up with a collection of brutally honest job titles that humorously condenses common professional designations to better...

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5 Quick Ways You Can Bring Positive Psychology To Your Workplace

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How Facebook Beats LinkedIn for Job Search [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Facebook Beats LinkedIn for Job Search [INFOGRAPHIC]

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45 Things Successful Job Seekers Do on Social Media

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14 Things You Should Do at the Start of Every Work Day

The first few hours of the work day can have a significant effect on your level of productivity over the following eight—so it’s important you have a morning routine that sets you up for success. Here are 14 things you should do at the start of every work day.

How to Export Your Facebook Photo Album Into iPhoto

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An Editor's Guide To Writing Ridiculously Good Emails

Forbe's presents "An Editor's Guide To Writing Ridiculously Good Emails". These tips are perfect instructions for teachers to use to teach students how to write emails, or to send students to look at. Students today need to be able to compose formal emails to gain the attention of future employers and sound professional. As you write you should slow down, make sure your email has a beginning, middle, and end, and create a positive intro with a greeting even if it feels archaic.