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How introverts can excel in job interviews

In my years as a career coach, I’ve found that introverted clients often have a tougher time nailing interviews.

Survey shows concerning knowledge deficiency about Social Security retirement benefits amongst Hispanics

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., June 15, 2015Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) today announced the results of a survey aimed to understand how much U.S. Hispanics know about Social Security retirement benefits.

Opportunity for New Jobs!

Energy efficiency, solar rooftops, community wind farms, combined heat and power plants that efficiently use energy resources—these renewable and efficient technologies are already appearing in U.S. communities and cities.

The 3 questions one CEO hopes to hear from everyone he interviews — but hardly ever does

Originally posted on finance.yahoo.com

At the end of most job interviews, the hiring manager will turn the tables and ask, "So, do you have any questions for me?"Job interview tips

The Astra 2015 STEAM Summit is coming to Microsoft's Sunnyvale Campus!

STEAM SummitApply today, or become a sponsor!  Visit www.astrawba.org/programs/STEAM

Hispanic Network Magazine Announces the Early Results for Best of the Best Summer 2015

HISPANIC NETWORK MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES THE EARLY RESULTS OF ITS 2015 BEST OF THE BEST PART 2 LISTS

U.S. News STEM Solutions National Leadership Conference—Coming to San Diego, CA!

STEM Solutions

Science Says the Fourth Person to Interview for a Job is Most Likely to Get It

Originally posted on jobs.aol.com

By Rachel Gillett

New research finds that when a company interviews candidate after candidate in any given day, the fourth person to sit in the hot seat is the one with the best chances of landing the job.Job Interview News

The PhD Project—Providing the Right Resources and Guidance You Need to Attain Achievement

PhD Project

Hispanic Employment on the Rise!

The Hispanic population will play an increasingly significant role in future U.S. employment growth, accounting for more than 40 percent of growth in the next five years and more than 75 percent between 2020 and 2034—an increase of 11 million jobs out of an economy-wide gain of 14 million—according to a new study from IHS Inc., a leading global source of critical information and insight.

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