Hunting for an employee can get tedious. I enjoyed it the first few times I did it. But the novelty wore off pretty quickly. I enjoyed coming up with new, clever questions, but the interviewees—lawyers mostly—refused to commit to an answer. They waffled.
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Jobs can be downgraded for many reasons. For example, employees can be demoted in order to eliminate duplication after a merger, to reorganize or streamline an organization or for poor job performance. In all cases, there is a sense of loss and a threat to self-esteem. Being demoted is painful - you can feel rejected, unwanted and unappreciated. As with any loss, it will take some time to work through these emotions before initiating a strategy to move on with your career. You may need to decide whether to stay with your current employer or find another job. It can be a good idea not to make a hasty decision.
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Animated video resumes are the new standard for job searching in the creative field. Not sure where to get started? Let these awe-inspiring examples guide your journey to resume greatness. An animated resume is a video that explains your professional background, qualifications and skills just like a traditional resume. The big difference between the two — aside from the difference in the medium used to deliver them — is how engaging they are.
Most employers have a list of desired attributes and minimum qualifications for a potential employee. With the sometimes dozens of applications a human resources employee must sift through to find a couple of interview-worthy candidates, it is critical that you stand out in a positive way. A low grade-point average, however, can be a substantial red flag for a hiring manager. If you find yourself in this unenviable situation, there are some things you can do in your resume and in your interview to perform damage control and to get the job of your dreams. Craft your resume to highlight significant academic and service-related accomplishments without directly listing your entire GPA.