Your professional image while you’re searching for a job is like your home while you’re trying to sell it. It must impress all the time. You never know when a potential buyer – or employer – might want to take a look.

That’s where personal branding comes in. It maintains your professional image online, whether or not you’re there. As with selling a house, you can manage it yourself or invest in professionals. [click to read…]

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How To Attract A Buyer For Your Home

by Pam on July 17, 2017

If you’re selling your first home, you may find that it’s not as easy as you initially thought. You may have found the perfect next home, but if you have to wait until your current home sells to be able to move, you may be wondering what you can do to speed the process along. There’s much more you can do than baking cookies so potential buyers have that wonderful smell to walk into. Here’s a list of some alternative ways to make sure your house sells.
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Insurance is a consideration when anyone reviews his or her personal finances. If you are lucky enough to be employed by a company that provides an excellent benefits package, you might only concern yourself with auto and homeowner’s policies. If you own the business, you have much more about which to worry. If one or more of your policies is about to expire and it’s time to reevaluate your needs, take into account these four coverage options and their application to you. [click to read…]

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5 Tips For Selling Your Home

by Pam on June 15, 2017

Are you thinking of selling your house? Have you been itching to move for a while but didn’t trust the market to stay stable? The property market isn’t all doom and gloom, and even in a seemingly dismal market, people will always be upping, moving and buying houses. If you are looking to increase the value or sell quickly, here are five more tips to add on to our previous post, to make it all that much easier.
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There has been a lot of buzz recently about the Canadian housing market. Much of the recent financial news revolves around a possible housing bubble. The concerns have mostly had to do with dramatically rising housing prices in Vancouver and Toronto. According to The Huffington Post, although the population in Vancouver has dropped by 5% in recent years, the housing prices have almost doubled. These statistics make no sense if you’re looking at the market through the lens of supply and demand. So, what exactly is going on?
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Choosing a career and deciding how to apply it is one of the most important life decisions for every person. As for law students, the path seems to be clear. The majority of law graduates start their career by an internship in a decent law firm achieving some experience and then continues on in this direction.

However, there is a less common way and ten percent of former law students choose to work for the government. As it is less popular, not everyone knows how to start. Reading this article, you will find out the necessary steps for building a career in the government for a law student.
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Social media has become a real help for every job seeker. It is a sort of modern “new resume”. Different studies show that nearly 90% of employers use social media to find a worker. They also use it as a way to find out more about the candidate. If used correctly, social media can help you to stand out and make a good first impression.  Thus, it makes sense to join at least three of the most powerful networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Others sites like Google+ and Instagram are optional, still, they won’t go amiss.
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