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You’ve done all the right things... You have spent hours combing over every detail on your resume. You have opened up your network, letting them know you are open to new opportunities. You have searched for jobs and applied online. Now you are waiting for that all-important call from the company of your dreams to invite you for an interview.
We all need energy to fuel us in a day’s work. For some of us, our daily allotment of energy may be consumed even before lunch. This alters our focus and lowers our potential productivity. The quick-fix for some include sugar rich foods and caffeine. This can give us a short burst of energy, yet may still fall short in filling the void for the whole day. Also, these types of food are addictive and can be unhealthy if consumed too much.
For the past few days, I have read a lot of articles saying that money is not the most important thing in this world. We need money to buy things that can help us survive each day but it is incomparable with what some intangible things can bring to the table. Love, belongingness, and appreciation are only a few things that people also desire which for me personally are just as important as money is.
It is the rare individual that has the discernment on what they want to become as early as their childhood stage. And these people are fortunate enough to recognize the career they want and the job from which they are passionatevery early on. The majority of us, however, are unaware of the path that we are destined to take. As a result, there are some that end up doing something which doesn’t really make them happy.
Mabuhay from Cebu! In the Philippines, Cebu is one of the most developed provinces and serves as the main center for commerce, education and trade in the Visayas region. In the recent years, it has then grown into a global hub for furniture making, tourism, heavy industry, and business processing services – which makes it a great location for one of TeleTech’s sites.
This is part two of the job hunt tip series and this time, I am going to tackle another portion of the preparation process for job hunting. Just to refresh your memories, the first one tackles about doing research for applicants to have an overview about the jobs available for job seekers (Here is the link for your reference Job Hunt Tip # 1: Research!).
“I’m so stressed!” - A phrase I usually hear from my co workers whenever they experience circumstances which lead them to the feeling of being stressed out. It is a very common situation for most of the employees across the globe causing a lot of difficultiess to people within the workplace. According to the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, stress has various negative effects to individuals. They initiated a study and came up with a definition of stress in the work area and I quote:
As I opened up the page today to write down some thoughts, I simultaneously picked up my cup of coffee. Well, in my case, it's actually chai, but the concept is the same... The paper it was resting upon was a project I've been working on for sometime. I've been sharing the concept with others in the organization and somehow my point was just not really hitting home.