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Summer Employment for Students

In Education on July 25, 2011 at 10:29 am

By Genevieve Gualtieri

A wise man once said, ‘If you have a job without any aggravations, you don’t have a job’. – Malcolm S. Forbes. The inevitable summer job search for students occasionally starts and ends with the drop of a resume. This simple gesture typically lowers that student’s resume to the bottom of the pile. I was presented with the opportunity to clarify what it is that employers look for in an employee and how students can increase their luck in the search of finding a summer job of their choice.

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The Art of a Televised Interview

In Education on July 25, 2011 at 10:15 am

 

By Sabaina Malik

Entrepreneurs often have the opportunity to create more visibility through a televised interview, here are the top five mistakes and the solutions that will work every time.

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Ways to Differentiate YOU from Your Competition!

In Education on July 25, 2011 at 10:14 am

By Joanna Parris

A return to Traditional Values has re-inserted the words graciousness & etiquette into our vocabulary. For quite some time it seemed that many business people had forgotten how to be polite and accommodating.

Fortunately, there are those who have always conducted business in the old school fashion – with courtesy and politeness. Those who are and have been gracious will have a head start. If you have not been, you can easily catch up and stand out.

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Lifelong Learning for the Entrepreneur

In Education on July 25, 2011 at 10:13 am

By Donna Messer 

Like many of her fellow small business owners, Judith Kirkness hasn’t always done things the easy way. Judith dropped out of university to start her first business at 19. She was driven to follow her dreams, she wanted her own business. Completing a business education seemed like just filling time; time she needed to be out there, making things happen.

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