Job advice and career research – 6 Killer tips for landing your dream job. As unattainable as a dream job might sound, with the right amount of forethought and preparation, you can make the move as well. Following are six tips to get you started.
Hotjobs has published some good job advice in their career articles section about landing your dream job:
Do you have a job that’s just like everyone else’s? Are you looking for a 9-to-5, but wish you weren’t? Do you wish there was another option, one that would lead to an exciting, unique, and fulfilling line of work?
I recently interviewed more than 100 people who currently hold their dream jobs as research for a new book called “How’d You Score That Gig?” These individuals, who are travel journalists, event planners, fashion designers, forensic scientists, interior decorators, Internet business owners and more, have one thing in common — persistence.
As unattainable as a dream job might sound, with the right amount of forethought and preparation, you can make the move as well. Following are six tips to get you started.
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Google is not just # 1 search engine but a good place for work. While browsing internet I came across Tihomirâ€™s blog. He has posted list of 17 questions faced by his friend at Google job interview:
A friend of mine had an interview a couple weeks ago with Google Inc. He provided me a list of just some of the questions he was asked. Iâ€™ve added a few more from others I have talked to who had interviews with the internet giant, Google, as well. See if you can answer them. Many are open ended with several right answers, therefore I did not provide the answers.
1. How many golf balls can fit in a school bus?
2. You are shrunk to the height of a nickel and your mass is proportionally reduced so as to maintain your original density. You are then thrown into an empty glass blender. The blades will start moving in 60 seconds. What do you do?
3. How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle?
Read rest of the all question…
Both Software and services export from India are estimated to have grown at 35.50% in 2005-06 to $23.49 billion.
These figures released by Electronics and Computer Software Export promotion council.
This is cool news and growth will continue for good IT jobs.
Financial services giant HSBC today opened its fifth group service centre in India- at the Salt Lake here- to provide superior services to its customers worldwide. This center will provide new 3000 jobs in finical sector.
‘The decision to open the fifth Indian centre in Kolkata was taken after considering the infrastructural development and presence of quality human resource in the area,” chief operating officer Alan Jebson said.