While there clearly are not enough jobs to go around, some people are getting hired. Every day, every hour, thousands of people are selected from thousands more who are ready, willing and able to work. The question is,why is it that some people get hired and some don’t
I have an unusual perspective on this. I read several résumés a week. My human resources person reads hundreds. There are some obvious answers like education, connections, experience and even enthusiasm. But there is another reason that may be just as significant: bad résumé and interview skills,especially for applicants right out of school or someone who hasn’t interviewed in a long time.
As a parent of a soon-to-graduate student, I am thinking about the students and their parents as they enter the real world. I can easily imagine what these grads tell their parents wh
A. help their parents fight against poverty
B. find better employees for their company
C. increase their chances of finding a job
D. raise the employment rate of the country
It is known to us that English is not as old as Chinese, but it is widely used by most people all over the world. English speakers enjoy creating new words. In fact, a majority of words are traceable and each of them may have an interesting story.
However, no one will really care where a word comes from because it makes little difference in using them in our daily life. Did you ever feel confused about why hamburgers are called hamburgers, especially when they are not made with ham
About a hundred years ago, some men went to American from Europe, coming from a big city in Germany called Hamburg. They didn’t know how to use English properly. Seen them eating round pieces of beef and asked what it was, the Germans didn’t understand the questions exactly, they answered: "we come from Hamburg." One of the Americans was an owner of a restaurant and got an idea. He cooked some round pieces of bread with beef and began selling them. Such bread came
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