The Best (and Worst) Canadian Merchant Account Providers

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Do you have a job that the average person doesn’t even know exists?

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DigitalOcean launches first Canadian data centre in Toronto

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Outsourcing vs. In-House Digital Marketing: Choosing What is Best for a Small Business

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Building Experience for your Entry-Level Resume

There are multiple ways an entry-level job searcher can build practical experience. Here are a few: Make your school projects (or practicals) relevant. Your personal/team projects can be added to your CV/resume. It will create something exciting to discuss with your interviewer. Highlight the fact you worked in a team and state your role. Also

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“10 Ways to Ruin a Job Interview”

by Liz Ryan The great thing about a job interview is the way that it narrows the field. If you can get in front of the people making a hiring decision, that means that you’ve already moved from a group of perhaps 100 resumes to a field of just a few serious contenders. At that

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“Knowing the right answers can land you the job”

By Cape Argus Job-hunting coach and CV writer Gerard le Roux says there are three types of questions you should pay attention to when facing a job interview. If you don’t have the answers to any one of the three types of questions, or haven’t prepared for them, you will be damaging your chances of

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Beyond the bland: 11 questions to identify ‘must hires’

The interview remains a hiring manager’s most effective tool for evaluating job candidates.  Unfortunately, managers too often rely on a list of standard interview questions for which most applicants have canned responses. The message: Ask generic questions and you’ll get generic answers.  Instead, try these queries, each designed to get applicants to really tell you

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Getting job interviews through Networking

In my last post, I promised to describe a frustrating job search experience and how I turned it around. Well, here it goes! So in early 2014, I decided I needed a career change. I updated my CV and LinkedIn and enthusiastically started applying online to the various companies in the industry I was targeting. With a

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Job Search 101: 3 Key Steps to Owning your Job Search in the Social Media Age

The smartest job seekers these days paint themselves in a very favorable light by projecting the best of themselves on social media. Hiring Managers and Human Resources managers will often google prospective hires prior to inviting them for an on-site interview. Here are some tips for controlling and exploiting social media and networks in your job search.

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