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Take a Typing Test & Get a Typing speed certificate from ExpertRating offers an online test leading to typing speed and accuracy certification. This test has been taken by thousands of US based job seekers and is currently the most acceptable typing certificate on the internet. The certificate has been accepted by several federal and private employers in the US since 2002. Improve your job prospects by taking the ExpertRating typing test.

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Is A Career a Calling or Choice?
by: Michelle L. Casto, M.Ed.

How much of our career path is destiny and how much is free will? In my opinion, it is 50/50. We are given a life map at the beginning of our lives, and there are things we are meant to learn, people we are meant to meet, work we are meant to perform. But many of us are not tuned into ourselves and the signs that are presented to us. We often miss important information, and miss out on those lessons, people, and jobs. Read on....

How To Choose The Right Resume Format
by: Fayola Peters

After a thirty (30) second glance lots of resumes get thrown into the wastebasket. One of the reasons this happens is because the resume writer has failed to use the appropriate resume format.

Each individual has different work experiences and objectives. You may have gaps in your work history. You may be changing careers or have had jobs progressively in the same field.

You need to choose a format that is to your advantage and shows you as the best candidate for the job. Read on....

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