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1. Print your resume. Make sure you have a physical copy of your resume so that when the hiring manager asks you about your work history, you will be looking through the same thing they will. Also, make sure you write down certain topics and experiences you’ve had that you want to cover in the… Read more »

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Just became a manager for the first time? Don’t let the nerves get to you! Below are some simple tips for you to get started. 1. Seek a mentor. There is nothing wiser than learning form someone who has been in your shoes before. Save yourself some time and headaches and learn from the mistakes and… Read more »

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1. Michael Dell, dishwasher According to Biography.com, Dell was just 12 when he first started working as a dishwasher at a Chinese restaurant. Apparently, he wanted to save money for his stamp collection. 2. Terry Lundgren (CEO of Macy’s), oyster shucker 3. Warren Buffett, grocery bagger and paper boy 4. Kevin Plank (CEO of Uner Armour), lawn mower

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1. Choose a Few Conversation Starters  Whether it’s your favorite Helen Keller quote, your latest trip to Europe, or showing how much of a Cardinals fan you are, be sure to bring out your personality without overdoing it. Personalizing your workspace will make people comment on objects or pictures in your office, making them great… Read more »