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Promotion - How To Answer "why Should We Promote You

My view is that the best way to get promoted is to already be operating at that level. This makes it a no-brainer for the company. Rather than asking "Should we give Konerak a chance in a more senior role" you want them saying "Konerak is already effectively functioning as a senior [whatever], we should make if official".. So, your answer, if asked "why we should promote you",should be along

Posted: Wednesday Oct 28, 2020

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communication - How to find English-speaking science jobs ...

Posted: (1 months ago) The language used in the job advert will mirror the language used in the job, so you can count on English-speaking employers advertising in English. I have no idea what area, specifically, of science you are looking for a job in, but, for example, searching: "research chemist" germany job

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Are humanities subjects useful for Computer Science jobs?

Posted: (4 days ago) Are humanities subjects useless for computer science jobs? Well, since you mention jobs, here’s what a guy named Steve Jobs had to say about applying things he learned as a college dropout still hanging around his old campus and following his curiosity in a seemingly aimless, “useless” fashion by taking random humanities classes:

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Officer Career with philosophy degree - The Workplace ...

Posted: (3 days ago) You also do a fair amount of writing in philosophy classes so look for jobs that have a significant writing component. My degree is in Political Science and I have never once had trouble landing a job with that degree and I work in a very technical field now. Don't buy into the myth that only Business and technical degrees lead to jobs.

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resume - How can I explain that working here has been my ...

Posted: (10 days ago) Applying for a job even if you don't get it is never a deal breaker for getting a job with that company later. (unless you fail your drug test or behave in a manner that would put you on a "do not hire" list) The only thing is if you're turned down let a little time pass before applying again.

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job offer - What is the "List of Pre-Employment Inventions ...

Posted: (3 days ago) Today I've got a offer from the company at H.K. then they give some document such as "List of Pre-Employment Inventions by Employee" But I've never seen before that kinds of documents. What is tha...

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background check - Have job offer from major tech firm ...

Posted: (9 days ago) So as the title says, I was recently given a job offer from a tech giant in Texas. The job is software development. I was asked to fill out an application and fill out the background investigation (BI) form. About 3 years ago, I got charged with a DUI (Driving under the influence) after getting drunk at a friend's party.

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What are possible career transitions for a seasoned ...

Posted: (3 days ago) These are excellent answers but there are potentially a few other careers for you, depending on your skill set and interests: A move to finance. There is a significant demand for experienced software engineers at places like banks and hedge funds for machine learning, algorithmic trading and portfolio management roles.

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Should I go through recruitment company or apply directly ...

Posted: (6 days ago) (i) is true: you have provided your authority to the recruitment company. (ii) is true. It means that you no-one other than the recruitment company introduced you to the company you want to work for (an introduction would be, for example, sending your resume to them or ringing them about you), and also that you haven't applied directly to the company in the past 6 months.

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