7 Career Opportunities After Passing IT Courses Online

With the ever-increasing role played by information technology nowadays in various aspects of our contemporary world, it is apparent that IT courses will remain a great option for career advancement for most people. Both working professionals as well as newly graduating students from high school can readily enhance their prospective and actual careers simply by

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Tucson City

Tucson is the largest city in southern Arizona and the seat of Pima County. Its name is derived from the Tohono O’odham native Cuk Son, or “Black Foothills,” a reference to the volcanic mountains that lie to the west. Tucson is a metropolis of glass and concrete set amidst a landscape of cactus forests, rolling

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Phoenix History

Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and the seat of Maricopa County. It lies in the midst of the Sonoran Desert, surrounded by mountains and lush fields of cotton and citrus fruits. The sun shines almost every day in Phoenix, which is why the Navajo refer to it as Hoozdo (“the place is hot”).

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Controlling Jitters Before Your Interview

The prospect of sitting alone in a room with a stranger and talking about yourself can be terrifying. You certainly don’t want the stress to overwhelm you. If an interviewer’s strongest impression of you at the end of the interview is the sweat on your brow, quiver in your voice, and the twitches in your

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Acing Guesstimates

The best approach for a guesstimate or brainteaser question is to think of a funnel. You begin by thinking broadly, then slowly drill down towards the answer. Let’s look at this approach in context. Referring to our sample question, you know that you are looking for how many ping-pong balls fit in a 747 airplane.

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A Closer Look at Behavior-Based Interviewing

Behavioral-based interviewing has been around for 25 years, but just recently the practice has been gaining momentum along with the ever-increasing demand for skilled and competent employees. Recruiting Trends introduced its readers to the idea of behavior-based interviewing and promised to take a second, more in-depth look at the success of the technique.

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Sort out who suits an online medium

In the course of planning PR activity, clients often ask ‘What is the value of online media? Is it as valuable as its print equivalents?’ The question is often phrased assuming there is some kind of intrinsic difference in value between one form of media and another. But this assumption misses the point about what

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