Jobs & Career News
Your first day of work is not just memorable but also important. After everything you've experienced from pain, stress, worries, fatigue and financial problems during your job hunt, your heart's desire finally became a reality. You just have to remember how to shake those first-day jitters off and learn how to fit in. So it is crucial to prepare so much for this big day.
Job hunting is tough and a demoralizing process. That's why it's important to always keep our focus toward it. Researching about things you have to do can be your armor against job market competition that can pave the way to reach your goals of becoming employed and financially stable.
Because of how technology helps our every need, job hunters are not confined to desktop websites in searching for job opportunities anymore. Through job hunting apps, we can now search for jobs even if we're sitting in a coffee shop, riding the train, or even relaxing on the couch. Whatever gadget you want to use, your job search can go with you 24/7 exposing you to more job opportunities.
So you got an interview coming and you feel bad because you're nervous about it. Don't be, because, honestly, it is just normal to feel that way. I can't blame you on how the pressure can put you on edge. Even skilled people can still be hit by interview anxiety and stress oftentimes. You just have to shake it off to let it not get you and ruin your job hunting.
So if you are still unemployed and longed for a more stable financial future, just keep in mind that in seeking job opportunities, you have to be competitively tough. You can do that by strengthening your resume or other documents you will use to apply for work. One way to create a high-impact on your resume is by accomplishing a defined and effective career objective.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 is expected to be a competent phablet from the Beijing, China-based electronics company. As per usual, the company promises a “cheap but powerful” device, but this time the upcoming high-end smartphone will be more of “affordable and ultra-powerful” given its specs, features and price point.
Microsoft is expected to unveil Windows 10 devices today in a New York event, which can be live-streamed on the company’s website or via Xbox consoles.
The Sony Xperia Z4v may be a promising android smartphone given its specs and features. Unfortunately, Verizon has decided to scrap its exclusive Sony device ahead of its launch. For people still interested in this Android handset, below are the things you need to know.
Cheerios experienced a massive recall after General Mills said that its beloved cereal products contain allergens that may affect people with celiac disease and gluten allergy.
Good news avid fast food eaters! McDonald’s is finally offering its all-day breakfast menu starting Tuesday. The big changes in offering breakfast all-day long is part of the bold plans to boost the chain’s stagnant sales as established by new McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook.
Pepsi Perfect, the one that Michael J. Fox’s Marty McFly ordered in 1989 film “Back to the Future II,” will be available Oct. 21. Pepsi will reportedly be making 6,500 bottles, and the limited edition collectibles will be sold until supplies last.
Facebook, as part of the Internet.org program, teams up with Eutelsat to provide Internet access to 14 countries in the West, East and Southern Africa using a satellite built by Israel Aeorspace Industries.
“Metal Gear Online” has just arrived with the official Twitter account of the game announcing the good news to players on Monday, in preparation for the game’s launch at 12 a.m. PDT.
Sony’s Xperia Z5 is one helluva camera smartphone — with the emphasis on camera. For this Android smartphone, the Japanese multinational company clearly focused on the optical hardware feature of the device by incorporating a shooter with unrivalled digital sensors.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow is already in our midst, but just like previous Android OS updates, only a few devices will get this new software update first before the Marshmallow lands more devices in all its soft, sweet glory.