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Interview Questions : Pages of a Career Journal

Why is the question “why are people poor” always asked at job interviews? How do you interview with an agency when you feel very comfortable with them and already know their practices? I found these questions recently while reading through … Continue reading

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Real Currency

Your network is your currency – Dee Poku Spalding   Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, … Continue reading

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The Calling

A calling is a deep sense that your being is implicated in what you do. You feel that you fit into the scheme of things when you do this particular work. You have a sense of purpose and completion in … Continue reading

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Electronic vs. Handwritten: A Thank You Note

The question in this day and age is often not if you should you send a thank you note after your interview, but whether to do it electronically or through old fashion snail mail? I have read two articles lately … Continue reading

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