10 Ugly Statements You Should Never Say to People Searching for Jobs

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Searching for opportunities is the most tiring and distressing portion in the job hunt game. Apart from waiting in vain for employers’ to respond to their application, the feeling of being repeatedly rejected for the job is rough and dejecting. If you have a job seeker friend, family member, or relative, running a commentary on their job hunt status requires … Read More

12 High-Paying Jobs with No Bachelor’s Degree Requirement

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girl searching jobs online: Bachelor’s Degree

Earning a four-year college degree can promise no one a high-paying job. Most of the time, a high school diploma lets skilled individuals land a decent job. Which high-paying jobs don’t require a bachelor’s degree? View our list, along with their educational (E), training (T), and license (L) requirements, plus their annual median wage (AMW) to see if you fit any of them. … Read More

5 Funny and Weird Stories during a Job Interview

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Is the awkward five-second silence your worst job interview experience ever? If yes, check this list and amaze yourself with funny and weird real-life job interview stories from Buzzfeed and Snagajob. 1. The Wrong Seat Beverly E remembers a woman (perhaps the receptionist) instructed her to enter the office to complete her application and said someone would see her when … Read More

Are You Going for a Job or a Career?

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Whether you want to become a graphic designer, a preschool teacher, or a hotel owner, telling a “job” from a “career” is important. For your goals and self-fulfillment, pursuing a career is more meaningful compared to having a job to survive. Key Difference Although we often interchange “job” and “career,” the required education, advancement opportunities, and personal fulfillment separate them. … Read More