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5 Tips to Get Hired by a Startup by Thomas Graziani of WalktheChat

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WalktheChat is focusing on providing foreign companies with opportunities to enter the Chinese market via WeChat. WalktheChat is working both with large groups such as Nestle, the American National Football League or Arla, and with SME’s trying to enter the Chinese market. The focus of WalktheChat is to provide technological and marketing solutions via developing platforms and campaigns tightly integrated …

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Top 3 Job Advice Articles of the Week

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5 Signs You’re Way Too Stressed (and You Don’t Even Know It) From themuse By Abby Wolfe Article here. We’ve all heard it and we all know that stress is one of the biggest causes of damage to your health and general wellbeing. That’s all very well and good, but what can you do about stress if you don’t even …

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Top 3 Job Advice Articles of the Week

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10 Signs You Should Quit Your Job ASAP From themuse By Jeff Haden of Inc. Article here. There comes a point in everyone’s career where they think about switching jobs. asics gel pas cher This can be for a number of reasons, from not being challenged to being overworked. However, there are a few concrete signs that are proof you …

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3 “Top 5” Business Articles of the Week

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5 Career Questions to Ask Yourself Instead of, “What’s my passion?” from Fast Company By Allison Jones When looking for a job, jobseekers are often urged to find their passion and make it their job, but in Jones’ article she argues that people should not only find their passion, but discover the reason behind their passion. Understanding your own motivations …

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Top 3 Job Advice Articles of the Week

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12 Quick and Simple Ways to Become a Great Leader in 2016 From Inc. By Bill Murphy Jr. New year, new start. With the end of 2015 fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about your resolutions for the new year. asics basket How about choosing one that not only benefits you, but also helps others? By being a good …

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JingJobs x Ximalaya Podcast: Presentation Skills Part 3 by Mountains of Imagination

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For the latest in our series of career advice podcasts with Ximalaya, we sat down with Martin Barnes from Mountains of Imagination for Part 3 on tips on presentation skills and how to be more memorable when pitching. To listen, click this link: http://www.ximalaya.com/26975086/sound/9223923 Hello and welcome back to our final episode in the series of 3 podcasts about presentations. …

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Top 5 Job Advice Articles of the Week

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How to Write Emails That Will Land You a Job from Time Inc. by James M. ugg soldes Citrin Since most of our communication, especially in regards to business, is conducted over email, it make sense to brush up on your email skills. nike air max thea Citrin compiles a few handy, easy tips to make sure your emails get …

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JingJobs x Ximalaya Podcast: Presentation Skills Part 2 by Mountains of Imagination

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For the latest in our series of career advice podcasts with Ximalaya, we sat down with Martin Barnes from Mountains of Imagination for Part 2 on tips on presentation skills and how to be more memorable when pitching. To listen, click this link: http://www.ximalaya.com/26975086/sound/9143445 Hello guys and welcome back to the second out of 3 shows about presentations with Martin …

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How to Correct an Interview that Went Wrong by Pauline Lahary from Mycvfactory

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How to Correct an Interview that Went Wrong Interviews are a stressful affair even for people who have undergone several of them. Sometimes you leave the interview room feeling drained and utterly disappointed about your performance. The truth is disappointment is inevitable after a bad interview. You can choose to be reactive, be angry and frustrated and in some cases …

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Top 3 Job Advice Articles of this Week

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Do This One Thing to Stand Out From 99 Percent of Job Candidates From Inc by Minda Zetlin Looking for a job can be incredibly disheartening. Looking at the endless competition is daunting and can make you one to give up, but this article reveals what you can do to stand out from 99% of your competitors. Not a fan …

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JingJobs x Ximalaya Podcast: Presentation Skills by Mountains of Imagination

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For the latest in our series of career advice podcasts with Ximalaya, we sat down with Martin Barnes from Mountains of Imagination, who gives great tips on presentation skills and how to be more memorable when pitching. To listen, click this link: http://www.ximalaya.com/26975086/sound/8100705 Transcript: So thank you for inviting me along, my name is Martin, I am the creator, owner, and …

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JingJobs Free Career Advice Podcasts on Ximalaya

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JingJobs x Ximalaya Career Crunch JingJobs has teamed up with Ximalaya – China’s audio sharing platform to produce a series of English podcasts with career advice and job seeking tips! We’ve hand picked challenges that young professionals and graduates in China frequently come across such as landing your first job, improving your CV, what to do at your internship, soft …

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Stand Out from The Crowd with these Career Crunch Tips

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China’s job market is an increasingly dynamic and rapidly changing environment. With its giant economy moving out of a predominantly manufacturing base and into a service based one, there are bound to be lopsided, mismatched skills for the jobs available. A record 7 million plus university students will graduate this year alone, which means increasing pressure in the employment market …

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When Job Hunting, Email Etiquette Counts by Bridget Rooth

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Did you hear about the guy who swore at someone on his commute to work, only to find it was the very person he had an interview with after work that day? The recruiter, who saw this as karma, slipped out to tweet the story and by the time the two had finished the interview, it had gone viral! The …

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20 Things You Should Leave Off Your Resume and LinkedIn Profile from Inc

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A resume may be the only opportunity you have for making a good first impression with a prospective employer, and getting your foot in the door for an interview. It is therefore worth your while to invest some time making it the best resume possible. Beyond neat typing and printing on beautiful stationery, or in the case of submitting online, …

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How An Internship Can Affect Your Career from Hutong School

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Nowadays it is all about having the perfect CV, fitting as much as possible into the company, bringing the best qualifications, and in short: being the best (prospect) employee. Trying to make your CV stand out of the crowd is not as difficult as you may think. The fact that you ended up here shows you have already thought about the …

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JingJobs and China Study Abroad: Study and Job Hunt Service

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JingJobs and China Study Abroad have joined forces to provide you a step-by-step support system on how to move to China and start your career! Here are the perks: Included in the package: Main Services 6 month Student Visa (X2) 18 Weeks of 1.5 of tuition per day, Monday to Friday Automatic Sign Upload CV’s to JingJobs database 8 Weeks …

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The Perfect Job for Your Personality

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Are you someone who is always the life of the party, dancing on tables and buying shots for everyone? Or are you more likely to be found sitting quietly in the corner, slightly overwhelmed by the crowd? Everyone has unique personalities, with their own individual strengths and weaknesses. That is why it is important to find a job that plays …

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