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No matter what type of job you're looking for, the interview process is always a nerve-wracking experience. Since preparation is key to helping you feel comfortable and confident when you're interviewing, review these common interview questions and advice on how to answer them. Why Are You Leaving...[Continue Reading]
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"The pharmaceutical industry is among the largest, most stable, and fastest growing businesses in the entire world," Anne Clayton wrote in her book Insight into a Career in Pharmaceutical Sales. So it's understandable that everyone from new college graduates to experienced salespeople and healthcare...[Continue Reading]
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Going green is a growing trend that's proven to benefit more than just the environment. The greener an industry is, the faster its employment growth becomes. States that have a greater "green intensity," or share of employment in green jobs, typically fared better in the recent economic downturn. Manufacturing...[Continue Reading]
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Some days it's all work and no play, but when your entire week, month, or year tips the scale in the former's direction, it might be time to make a change. While some high-stress cities make attaining a healthy work-life balance nearly impossible, others go the extra mile to encourage the best of both...[Continue Reading]
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Slaving over college textbooks for years isn't for everyone, but that doesn't mean you need to abandon your dreams of working in healthcare. This booming sector has many positions that don't require a four-year degree. If family, finances, or a lack of motivation are keeping you from college, one of...[Continue Reading]
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