Since my job makes me happy I think I already have that. I am willing to work hard and smart to do it justice.
I recently switched jobs. I went from a mediocre job to a Perfect Job. When I began my search for a new job in late June 2014, I paid a consulting firm $2800 to build a super profile. I began my "Application Campaign" on September 10th and had my perfect job by November 24th.
by oboi5 3 years ago
How to land the perfect job with out college degree?
by Shannon 9 years ago
What would be the perfect job for YOU?
by TheBlondie 7 years ago
What would your dream job be?Mine would probably be working in television or movies, I don't know what exactly. Maybe in NYC at a studio or something...
by easyspeak 9 years ago
According to CNBC, it's sales jobs and technology jobs. Do you agree, disagree, have any others to add? I know there are some hardcore job hunters here that would love to get some ideas. I have some hubs on good jobs in management consulting and sales if that helps anyone.
by globalserenity 9 years ago
Where do you draw the line? What does it take for you to leave a job? Is it enough to simply wake up dreading the trip to work everyday? Or is it an emotional breakdown that's needed for you to finally see the light? For me...it was a breakdown unfortunately. Not that I regret being there, I...
by H C Palting 5 years ago
Would you be willing to pay 30 - 50 percent more for your tap water for infrastructure improvements?Why or why not?
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