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How To: Answer "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?"

In this video from NescoResource we learn how to answer the question in an interview of "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" This question provides you an opportunity to show your commitment to that job and to demonstrate your knowledge of the company's and the role you could have in achieving that vision. To provide a thoughtful response, you need to do the homework on the company. Do not answer by saying you see yourself in the interviewer's job. This could really backfire on you because...

How To: Tailor your resume to the job

In this video, we learn how to tailor your resume to the job you want. Whether you love this or hate it, you need to do this correctly to help land the job you want. Don't give a general resume for a job, tailor it to the exact job you are applying for. The more you can cater to the job, the better your chances will be to get the job. Change the descriptions and information you list on your resume so you have the correct skills for that job and you will stick out in the crowd. Just by doing t...

How To: Join the Peace Corps

The Peace Corps -- have you ever thought of it? It crosses everybody's mind at one point or another, but mostly college students. The Peace Corps offers many benefits, like life experience, student loan repayment, and travel. If you are ready for 27 months of hard but rewarding work, a job with the Peace Corps might be for you. These steps will help you on your way toward an unforgettable experience.

How To: Write a related-experience resume when job hunting

In this clip, you'll learn how to write a related-experience résumé when searching for a job. Finding a job can be a tough task even in the best of times. Whether you're out of work or are simply looking to land your dream job, you're sure to be well served by this clip, which discusses few tried and true techniques and best practices for job seeking.

How To: Cold call a company that you want to interview with when looking for a job

In this clip, you'll learn how to make "cold calls" when searching for a job, a technique that can be surprisingly effective. Finding a job can be a tough task even in the best of times. Whether you're out of work or are simply looking to land your dream job, you're sure to be well served by this clip, which discusses few tried and true techniques and best practices for job seeking.

How To: Answer the "Why do you want to work for us?" question

You could be going into a job interview with the wrong ideas. This video, however, teaches a person how to go into an interview and have a higher chance of landing the job. Learn how to go into the job with the right mindset. You can make the job interviewer see you're serious about working for their company, and not the opposite by having the right mindset.

How To: Fill out job applications

Job applications should be taken seriously, and filling them out with correct information, as well as specific details that make this application stand out, is an art form. Fill out job applications with tips from a career adviser in this free video on job guidance by following the instructions of the application, making it legible and addressing the value the applicant will bring to the company.

How To: Do a dark, sexy Red Riding Hood makeup look

The Red Riding Hood movie by Catherine Hardwicke is a decidedly dark take on the story, which is pretty dark to begin with. This presents great opportunities for dark, sensual makeup both in the film and on your though, should you decide to watch this video and try out this dark, almost Victorian makeup take on Red Riding Hood.

How To: Make a sundial

This video looks at some of the issues around constructing sundials. Included are step by step instructions for building a horizontal sundial and instructions for setting it up. This activity supports both science and math curriculums. A good project providing an opportunity to use protractors and rulers. The sundial example in this video is designed for use at latitudes close to 45 degrees north.

How To: Entice more opportunities with feng shui at home

In this video we learn how to entice more opportunities with feng shui at home. First, find your focus room with an energy map to find the career area. This room is from the front door walking in. Use water, because this is the element for positive career changes. Put a painting of depth that makes you feel like the wall is not right in front of you. Also, add a table with rounded corners and musical instruments or something that you need for your career. This will ensure that you walk into a...

News: Why Help?

When stories are told about people in need, the ones with happy endings include the details of someone that produced an action that caused the people in need to be better off than before. Do we have to wait for the identification of a need? Could we on purpose just plan to present products and services that cause our customers and client to see an improvement in their circumstances just because of the business interchange with an owner manager of purpose? The fair exchange of products or serv...

How To: Prepare an elevator speech to help your job search

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to develop an elevator speech. An elevator speech is a short prepared speech in which you "sell" yourself to others. The average elevator ride is no longer than 20 seconds, so your speech should be no longer than that. Your speech should describe who you are. Your name, if your meeting a new contact. It should explain what you have to offer, the skills that are relevant to the job you are seeking. What benefit will you provide. This video will benefit...

How To: Explain your biggest achievement in a job interview

Denham Resources illustrates some common mistakes that people make when answering a common and infamous job interview question: what is your biggest achievement? Rather than simply listing tips for answering the question, they use footage of a woman answering it poorly and highlight the mistakes that she makes as she goes along. He interview is deemed "the bad". In the follow-up video, deemed "the ugly," another video of an applicant illustrates just about the worst possible way to answer thi...

How To: Dress for a job interview

Monster.co.uk, a job site, and Color Me Beautiful bring you these tips to dress for a job interview. An important part of landing a job is how you present your self in an interview, so after you practice some interview questions and get your resume ready, you need to start thinking about what to wear.

How To: Answer the "How do you manage stress?" question

How you manage stress is very important. Stress is an important part of the work environment. It helps to keep you productive and motivated to get the job done. Stress helps to keep you focused on your goals for the job. Setting goals helps to produce necessary stress for the job. If there isn't enough stress, setting higher goals can help. Keeping stress balanced is important. If there's too much, you might need to take a step back and maybe go to lunch by yourself. After hours to relieve th...

How To: Write a stunning resume and cover letter

Getting your dream job is reliant on impressing the hiring manager with a resume and cover letter. Make sure you tailor your resume for the specific job you're looking for, and format for maximum presentability. From title to reference, this video will help you get the job you've always wanted.

How To: Write and post a winning resume & cover letter

In this video, we learn how to write a winning resume and cover letter. First, you want to remember that your resume online needs to be keyword rich, so you will have greater chances of getting an interview. To find keywords for your resume, look up different job descriptions to change your resume to fit that specific job. List your specific qualities that make you the best candidate for that job. For your cover letter, make sure you always send it along with your resume. You want to capture ...

How To: Adjust your resume to the job

Some people are hesitant about changing their resume and editing certain things in or out; they feel it's like cheating. It's not. Changing up your resume is perfectly acceptable as long as you don't lie or make false claims about your history. Tailoring your resume is about putting yourself in a context the company feels will suit them the best.

How To: Evaluate multiple job offers

When evaluating multiple job offers it is helpful if you take the time to go over your options and determine what factors are most important to you in your career search. This how to video teaches you what to look for when deciding between several job offers.

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