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Chevron: The Best Employer In A Hot Industry
Oil companies don't always get the best press. BP is still paying for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill, which killed 11 workers and released millions of barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico. Halliburton got in trouble for overcharging taxpayers during the Iraq war. And Shell just had to reset its Arctic drilling program after its main offshore rig ran aground.Read more
4 Ways To Ensure You Get A Promotion
If you were expecting to get promoted, but got passed over, you're understandably confused and probably frustrated. But how you react and what you choose to do next can greatly affect your career path, so carefully consider your actions.
1. Withhold the negative emotions.Read more
Learn how to tell if someone is lying by their body language and how to read other body language in this free video on body language communication skills.
Expert: Michelle Roth
Bio: Dr. Michelle Roth is licensed Psychologist and relationship expert. She engages in clinical work at her Los Angeles office and has also become a radio and television psychologist more recently. Dr.
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9 tips to prepare for a job interview
If you watch elite athletes right before a competition, you'll see they are fiercely focused. Whether they're quietly preparing or psyching themselves up as a team, all the attention is directed at the goal ahead. Last-minute job interview preparations are similarly important.
Take these 9 steps from the moment you exit your car or step off public transportation and before you sit down to snag your dream job, and you'll be at the top of your game at go-time.
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How to Get a Job
Whether you're looking for your very first job, switching careers, or re-entering the job market after an extended absence, finding a job requires two main tasks: understanding yourself and understanding the job market. Presuming you've already chosen a career and are currently searching for jobs, here are several ways to actually get a job.
Revise your resume. Before you start job hunting, make sure that your resume is as complete and up-to-date as possible. Your resume is an important distillation of who you are, where you come from, and what you can offer. Here are a few tips to consider:Read more
Get Out of Debt with the Debt Snowball Plan
The math seems to lean more toward paying the highest interest debts first, but what I have learned is that personal finance is 20% head knowledge and 80% behavior.You need some quick wins in order to stay pumped enough to get out of debt completely. When you start knocking off the easier debts, you will start tosee results and you will start to win in debt reduction.Read more
Tony Robbins- The difference Between a Winner and a Loser
Tony Robbins tells his story about how y0u can overcome life's trials and tribulations. He tells about his experience in learning golf and the frustrations that come along with it. Tony Robbins seems to find some sense in the madness, a good video to watch.Read more
Build Your Savings
Saving money is one of those tasks that's so much easier said than done. There's more to it than spending less money (although that part alone can be challenging). How much money will you save, where will you put it, and how can you make sure it stays there? Here's how to set realistic goals, keep your spending in check, and get the most for your money.
Kill your debt first. Simply calculating how much you spend each month on your debts will illustrate that eliminating debt is the fastest way to free up money. Once the money is freed from debt payment, it can easily be re-purposed to savings. Plus, the sooner you pay off debt, the less interest you'll pay, and that money can be saved instead.Read more
5 Things to Remember When Your Finances Are Falling Apart
Most personal finance experts will tell you to put money away for a rainy day, but what do they suggest if you're in the middle of a torrential downpour, just at the point your funds have virtually run out and the roof is leaking?Read more
How to Save Money and Cut Spending
It’s a new year, and getting out of debt is always among the most popular New Year’s Resolutions. The problem with resolutions, though, is too often they’re just dreams, with no action to back them up. No more! If your New Year’s resolution this year was to get out of debt and improve your financial situation, help is here! Take a look at the following list of ways to cut your spending. Not all will apply to you, but try a few of the ideas. Then come back and try some more.
Take every dollar you save and put it toward paying down your debt. You’ll be amazed at how much money you can save over the course of a year, just by making little changes.Read more