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10 Career Resolutions for 2016

Do you want to make some big career moves in 2016? Whether you want to land your dream job, earn a long-awaited promotion, or want to change careers entirely, here are 10 ways to step up your game and stand out from the rest in 2016. Ask for it. In …

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5 Signs that you might not want this job

It can be very exciting to get a job offer, especially if you’ve been looking for a while. However, taking a job that isn’t the right fit can be devastating – either you are miserable, or worse, you leave after only a couple of months. So how can you spot …

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Job Searching During the Dog Days of Summer

As summer gears up for the hottest months, the job market traditionally cools down, especially in the realm of private service. For Household Staff job seekers, this can be discouraging and frightening, however, this is actually the perfect time to work on your resume, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles to …

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A Butler Quality or a Quality Butler

London has the highest number of super-rich individuals per square mile than anywhere else on Earth. In the United States, the Income of the top 1% accounts for 20% of the national income. Countries like India, China and Canada are recruiting more Butlers than ever before. Here are some qualities …

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Are long job applications worth the effort?

Every job seeker knows the drill: you find a job that really interests you, but when you follow the link to apply, the application goes on forever…   Why they do this to you? Recruiters will often use the long application process to help weed out candidates. The thought process …

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Being the Best Employer to your Nanny

how to get the very best out of your nanny for your children

Should we look for affordable alternatives and view childcare as a luxury? Take a nanny for example – First and foremost, the nanny will ensure that your child is safe, secure and happy. Your child is the most precious individual in your life. Should you underpay the one employee, who …

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