Facebook: A professional tool that you can use to develop your career!

We live in the era of social media. Everything that we say or write, stay on the web and can define us as people. That is why we need to be very careful how we manage our internet image, and we must be able to take advantage of it in the best way to benefit professionally. Our professional image or page can be a powerful weapon for our career. And the most economical advertisement!

1. We create an attractive profile

When someone knows you and trusts you, he is also open to your professional qualities. If he knows you a little, it’s good to introduce yourself with … a nice way. We choose a decent photo of ours and smart pictures for cover since they also show our personality. We also give as much and clear information as possible about us. Continue reading “Facebook: A professional tool that you can use to develop your career!”

10 things that a professional would never do for free!

The boundaries in your career and life should be set at the beginning if you want to achieve your goals.

As a beginner, you will be asked to do a lot of free stuff that may seem quite reasonable for you not to get paid for them. However, this work is good for your resume and self-confidence, but not for your long-term career.

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Work from home: The 11 home-based jobs!

Who said you can not develop a career out of the comfort of your home? In today’s globalized world, more and more companies are hiring people, provided they work by distance, that is, from home or from anywhere they want, as long as they bring the desired results.

As modern business is flexible, you are given the opportunity even to set up your own company at home, working from your sofa and drinking coffee from your favorite cup. Study one of the following professions and earn income from home:

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The mistakes of your body language in a job interview!

Job interview is a stressful process, even if you are well prepared. You know how to answer some of the usual interview questions that can help you win the position. You may have done  two or three times rehearsing in front of the mirror the five answers to the most common interview questions you will be asked for.

Although you may feel familiar with the answers, you know what to say, how and when to say it, do you know how to manage your body language correctly?

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