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What does a company really look for in an applicant?

March 8th, 2021|Comments Off on What does a company really look for in an applicant?

Many of the best career opportunities are never advertised. That may sound ridiculous, but let me explain. Suppose you were a Fortune 500 company and you were looking for

4 Amazing Health Benefits of Aloe Vera

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The Aloe Vera plant has been used for its medicinal value over thousands of years. It has useful compounds such as amino acids, minerals and vitamins. These compounds are

10 tips to find the right life partner

Finding the right life partner isn’t easy, despite the proliferation of online dating apps and other alternatives to traditional dating. Yet there are some fundamental things you should look for

The top movie releases of 2021

Make no mistake—2021 is going to be a big year for blockbuster movies. The disruption caused by COVID-19 means that a massive backlog of titles intended for release in 2020 is

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A guy born to win

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CEO Michael Dell is making headlines once again as he takes his company public in an unusual and controversial way.

Charging through the door

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Ford CEO Jim Farley intends to speed up the historic $11 billion restructuring already underway in Detroit.

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You’re Not Based on Your Performance

When asked about the rationale for the size of their paycheck, both workers and executives overwhelmingly point to one factor: Individual performance. HBR shows that this belief is false and largely based on three myths people

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