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سبحان الله والحمد لله ولا إله إلا الله والله أكبر ولا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله العلي العظيم , വായനയുടെ ലോകത്തേക്ക് സ്വാഗതം, അറിവിന്റെ ജാലകം നിങ്ങളെ കാത്തിരിക്കുന്നു..., "try to become a person who can appreciate the help of others, a person who knows the sufferings of others to get things done, and a person who would not put money as his only goal in life"

Jan 17, 2017

Job Search Tips: 7 Tips to Revamp Your Job Search in 2017

Job Search Tips: 7 Tips to Revamp Your Job Search in 2017


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You need new job search strategies
If you’re interested in changing jobs or still job searching, you must revamp your job search tips. For most job seekers who have not had any luck in the past year finding a job, feelings of frustration and depression may be inevitable.
According Prof. Kwesi Yankah, President of Central University College, about 271,000 of unemployed graduates were projected to be have been churned out of tertiary institutions into the streets of Ghana in search of jobs in 2015 alone. Hiring managers are bombarded with thousands of applications per job listing. Realistically, sorting through all these applications takes a lot of time. Some of the methods employed by these hiring managers to deal with the problem include employing “Application-sorting softwares’ that filter out junk application. Application letters that do not strictly meet the qualification and experience requirements are automatically trashed out.
If you have have been employing particular job search strategies for this year and they haven’t worked, it’s time to revamp your strategies in order to increase your chances of landing a job in the coming here.
  1. Avoid “Spray and Pray”: Thinking that casting your application anywhere and everywhere will increase your chances of landing a job is one of the biggest job search myths of all times. Most hiring managers acknowledge that, a well thought out application letter that is tailor-written for the particular job role being advertised not only grabs the hiring manager’s attention but sends the right signals as someone passionately interested in the job. Sending a generic “Application for employment” to every organisation is a very bad job search practice. If you cannot commit time and effort to your job search, how will you even commit to the actual work when you get hired?

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Jan 12, 2017

President Obama’s Farewell Address: Full Video and Text

President Obama’s Farewell Address: Full Video and Text

President Obama delivered his farewell address in Chicago on Tuesday. The following is the complete transcript, as provided by the Federal News Service.
OBAMA: Hello Chicago!
(APPLAUSE)
It’s good to be home!
(APPLAUSE)
Thank you, everybody!
(APPLAUSE)
Thank you.
(APPLAUSE)
Thank you.
(APPLAUSE)
Thank you so much, thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
(APPLAUSE)
It’s good to be home.
Thank you.

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Jan 6, 2017

A Complete guide on how to write a CV that sells

A Complete guide on how to write a CV that sells

How to write a CV

How to write a CV
When it comes to applying for a new job, knowing how to write a CV could make the difference between getting your foot in the door or having your CV thrown straight into the bin. Putting together a successful CV is easy once you know how. It’s a case of taking all your skills and experience and tailoring them to the job you’re applying for?
Well, I’ve put together the following tips on how to write a CV to help you secure your first (or next) job.

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Demonetisation complete failure? 97% of banned notes back in banks: Report

Demonetisation complete failure? 97% of banned notes back in banks: Report


The Modi government has defended its move saying the benefits of demonetization will create an impact on the country's economy in the long run.


As much as 97 per cent of currency notes, outlawed by the government on November 8, 2016, have reportedly returned to banks, posing a huge question mark on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demonetization move.
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According to a report by Bloomberg, quoting sources in the know, banks have received 14.97 trillion rupees ($220 billion) as of December 30, which was the deadline set by the government for individuals to return their currency notes. The government and the RBI faced criticism for their inability to  implement the move in an efficient manner, continuing to cause hardships to citizens across the country.

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