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Not being able to sell yourself will kill your career

By Devashish ChakravartyAre you a salesperson? “Of course not. I am an accountant (or something else).” That’s the common internal story of most professionals. Sales is the process of comm

Seeking a job? Follow these dos & don’ts for your social media

Social media can be a helpful tool in finding a job. Platforms like Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and the likes can not only help you find a job but also connect you with

6 lessons from a woman's entrepreneurial journey from cook to caterer

Surveys show that only a small percentage of contractors working in the informal segment are willing to go back to formal employment. Why is this the case?

You can easily get replaced at work if you don't do this

Making a habit of continuously learning will increase your cumulative knowledge and thus your chances of finding a suitable application for a problem.

Three advantages of not disclosing your income to all

Three advantages of not disclosing your income to all

Just as it is inappropriate to ask for the income of the other, it is obscene to talk about your income and make it public information.

Should you change your job? Here's how to find out

Will you always work with bosses who are terrible for your psyche? It may be time to alter your career path.

Social media do's and don'ts for job seekers

Your presence on social media can help or hinder your chances of snagging a good job. Here’s the protocol you need to follow.

How job seekers should prepare for video interview

Try to avoid sitting in front of windows or walls with decorations so that they don’t distract the interviewer.

Here's how you can gain expertise in the art of selling your career

​​Sales is the process of communicating the value of something. Without the ability to convey value, no employee or professional can communicate adequately at work.

How job applicants should prepare for phone interviews

How job applicants should prepare for phone interviews

Don’t let the drawbacks of a faceless phone interview keep you from putting your best foot forward. Here’s how.

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