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The 5 most common interview questions (and how to answer them like a boss)

Wouldn’t it be great if you knew exactly what potential employers were going to ask you in a job interview? Well prepared and confident, you could then knock hiring managers dead, wowing them with your wit, experience, and charm. Here are the 5 most common interview questions, and how you can answer them like a

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No More Resumes? Your Next Click Might Determine Your Job

The rise of ever more intelligent machines is prompting much speculation about the future of work, and a clear separation of views is becoming apparent. Some claim that automation is likely to lead to job losses and that we should prepare for that. Others argue that the new technologies will create as many jobs as

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2017 Recruiting Trends Point To Technology Driving Change

As the labor market tightens, talent acquisition professionals in 2017 will be asked to fill more positions offering alternative work arrangements and to begin to use emerging technologies to find the right workers for their organizations. Employers will staff on-demand and gig positions, utilize data analytics and artificial intelligence tools, emphasize skills over formal education

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How to Start the Conversation: Salary Negotiation Scripts

If you need a little inspiration or instruction for how to talk to a recruiter, your boss, an HR manager or anybody else about negotiating your salary, then this article is for you. Find the script that fits you best, then take a deep breath and start the negotiation conversation. Click here to get the

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The top 10 cities in Canada for full-time jobs

While overall trends in Canadian job growth point to an increase in part-time jobs, there are still plenty of full-time positions to be had. And according to a report from Global News, Regina is the best Canadian city for full-time work. The report looked at recent StatsCan data to determine full-time employment rates for cities

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