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Founder’s Profile : A Free Trial Class with yoli

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Today we’re here with a co-founder of yoli, James Lalonde. yoli is a mandarin language learning platform that runs completely within WeChat. Founded in October 2015, yoli has experienced great success with their first platform providing English classes, and have recently started providing Mandarin classes. If you’d like to improve your Mandarin, be sure to try a free trial through …

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What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do as a Career! by Carolyn Parry

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What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do as a Career! By Carolyn Parry, Founder Director and Lead Coach at www.careeralchemy.co.uk I understand how it feels not to know what it is you want to do with your working life. How do I know? Because I have been there! It’s that very same feeling of restlessness, yearning and …

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Cats and Dogs: Basic Office Language

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This week our editors at JingJobs took a closer look into Michael Grinder’s simple theory in his contemporary book “Charisma: The Art of Relationships” which takes a closer look into how individuals communicate in a professional environment and how to recognize certain forms of communication. Grinder’s theory splits human beings’ personality into two types: cats and dogs. In this personality …

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Top 3 Job Advice Articles of the Week

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The Top Mistake Professional Women Make Without Even Realizing It From Inc.com By Melanie Curtin Article here. Traditionally, young girls are taught that it’s vulgar to talk about money, or to not ask for more money. This, Curtin writes, is the single largest mistake professional women make unbeknownst to them. By still holding on to old-fashioned ideals to do with …

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18 Questions You Should Never Ask Your Boss From Business Insider By Rachel Gillett Article here. When you’ve finally landed a job, you may think you’re in the clear, but there are ways you can get on the bad side of your boss. Gillett writes, “there may be no stupid questions, but there are certainly annoying ones”. Questions that will …

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2 Must-Do’s When Changing Careers 
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 Article here. At one stage in their life, people are going to want to try something new and give themselves a new direction. The easiest, and most common way to do this is to change your job and embark on a whole new career path.It’s a lot easier said than …

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Jane Goodall’s Commencement Speech Hit All the Right Inspirational Notes From themuse By Stacey Gawronski Article here. Feeling unmotivated and bored and in need of some serious inspiration? Read the commencement speech British conservationist Jane Goodall gave at University of Redlands. If anyone knows about sacrifice and hard work to reach your goals, it’s Goodall, who moved to Africa to …

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How To: Transform Your Interview Results

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How to transform your interview results! by Peter Edwards In an interview situation, the very best candidates not only tick all the boxes in terms of relevant skills, competencies, and experience, they also actively demonstrate a high-level of insight in the role itself, as well as an ability to hit the ground running if offered the position. In order to …

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11 Career Lessons That Got Me 7 Job Offers From Business Insider By Aja Frost Article here. Aja Frost shares her insight into the life lessons she learned that shaped her career and earned her job offers. By sharing her own personal experiences, she lets people know to never give up and is proof of what hard work can do. …

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7 Bad Habits That Bosses Never Want to See at Work From themuse By Adam Heitzman of Inc. Article here. What sets an unproductive person apart from a productive one? Someone who’s lively and well-liked at work could easily not be pulling their weight. It is important for employers to be able to single out traits of individuals who don’t …

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10 Job Skills You’ll Need in 2020 From themuse By Scott Dockweiler Article here. As we all know, we live in an incredibly fast-paced society where business, restaurants, enterprises, are lucky if they last past a few months. This “here today, gone tomorrow” philosophy also applies to work skills. What is valuable now will no necessarily be of much use …

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12 Ways to Become a More Likeable Person at Work—Starting Right Now

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 I’m sure you’ve come across an incredibly likeable person in your life – the type that exude sunshine and positivity, yet never come across irritating. Everyone likes them and for a good reason. For many, work is a place of stress, so …

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What Your Personality Type Says About Your Career Destiny From Entrepreneur.com By Kate Taylor The personality type you have can play a huge role in your working life. Introverts and extroverts are suited to different jobs depending on their personalities, and this info graphic breaks it down in an easy, fun way way. For example, did you know that extroverts …

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Chinese Etiquettes – Vital in the Business World From China Today By Robert Parkinson Even now with more foreign businesses and more Western influence than ever in China, it can still seem like a minefield navigating Chinese social etiquette. This article by Robert Parkinson breaks down the major social etiquettes you should learn and utilize when doing business in China. …

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7 Questions to Ask At the End of a Job Interview From Time by Dylan Roach and Jacquelyn Smith We’ve all been in that awkward situation when it comes to the end of a job interview and you’re asked if you have any questions for them. Usually, this results in a silence. This article reveals seven questions you can ask …

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What is the Ideal Resume? by Pauline Lahary from Mycvfactory

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A good resume is everything you need to make the next move in your career and job search. Usually, an expertly reworked, revamped and well-revised resume that uses the right language and wording based on your unique job industry is all that most hiring managers requires to bring a candidate to the table. Though it is incredibly easy to make …

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The Two Most Important Words in a Job Interview from Fortune by Anne Fisher Steve Pogorzelski, the group president of Monster.com Worldwide, shares the two questions he asks every potential candidate during a job interview. Read on, and you may be surprised by the two pronouns that can determine your fate during an interview. Article here. Mastering LinkedIn, the Personal …

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Internships and How to Make the Most of Them

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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! This is the second in our series of podcasts with Ximalaya. From our last episode, you will have noticed that we’ve placed a lot of emphasis on the importance of internships. Despite the downside of low …

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