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How you can prepare yourself for marriage as a Christian single.

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Video Resume for students – ViewYou Profiles are easy to set up and the best way to set yourself apart from everyone else that are still using paper resumes – get hired! Personality is important to employers. Looking to get a job in sales? Become a flight attendant? Enter the hospitality industry? Get a job at a law firm? Partner Rick Anderson talks about the details and benefits of a profile. See a sample profile here: viewyou.tv Video resumes that are professional, easy to build and affordable to maintain from ViewYou. ViewYou profiles — whether user-captured or professionally produced — provide a competitive edge, allowing job seekers to showcase their strengths and accomplishments before an in-person interview. PROFILES ARE $1/MONTH! contact us at sales@viewyou.com or visit www.viewyou.com

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Selling yourself in a job interview is the ultimate goal that is achieved through an impressive resume and professional presentation. Sell yourself to a potential employer with tips from an executive business manager in thisfree video on career information. Expert: Gloria Dixon Campbell Bio: Gloria Dixon Campbell has an executive MBA in management from the University of South Florida, and a BA in Sociology from the University of West Florida. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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getthatjobonline.com | Daniel Johnson Jr (http continues the NaPodPoMo (napodpomo.ning.com) series at getthatjobonline.com with another common interview question Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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View Full Video: bit.ly A special career and internship speaker exclusively for Leeds students. Tom Siciliano shared his insights from leading Fortune 500 sales organizations, as well as consulting and writing on the most important choice of any young person’s professional life: finding a fulfilling career that aligns with their vision and passions. Specific topics of the event included strategies for marketing yourself as you begin career and internship searches and discovering the “hidden job market” through strategic personal networking and connections. Tom Siciliano is a career expert and a highly requested speaker to organizations and corporate conventions on recruiting, retention, sales growth and creating vision. He has been featured on TV, major newspapers and many national radio programs helping to teach people how to find a career that fits their calling. His book “Shifting Into Higher Gear”, creates a road map to assist people in their career search.

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www.SavedandSavingIt.com Just in time for Valentine’s Day!! In this episode of God’s Dollar Bill, Bless shares 7 Tips on how to love yourself. Just because you’re single doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy love on your own! To get these 7 Tips to Love Yourself, a list of Affirmations and more, subscribe to the Saved & Saving It Newsletter by visiting http

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How to find the right job with a sense of trust and belief in yourself. Stephen Covey shares how expecting to win and having faith while job searching is key to finding the right job.

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It’s time to show them you’re the best around by filling out the experience and “about me” sections of your profile. This is your one shot to impress employers!

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When introducing oneself at a job interview, a good handshake can make or break the first impression. Properly introduce yourself at a job interview withtips from a management and sales trainer in this free video series on career information. Expert: Gloria Dixon Campbell Bio: Gloria Dixon Campbell has an executive MBA in management from the University of South Florida, and a BA in Sociology from the University of West Florida. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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www.JeffAltman.com Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been a recruiter for almost 40 years. Here, he offers some simple to follow advice for how to improve a salary offer that is lacking without you “stressing out.”

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