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Friday, 27 June 2014

Important Interview Tips for the ESL Student Looking for a Job

Once you’ve received a certification and feel proficient in your field, it’s time to start the exciting process of finding a job. While your school records will speak a lot about your dedication, commitment, and intelligence, many potential employers will also pay close attention to how you interact with them during an interview. The interview process is incredibly important to those who speak English as a second language in landing the perfect job. In order to ensure that you don’t miss out on a great opportunity, pay close attention to the following advice during your job interview.
Custom Tactics
While being yourself is an important part of interviewing, you also need to tailor your interview tactics to the specific job or company. Regardless of the industry in which you are applying, pay close attention to what the company does and what it is looking for in an employee.
Research the company before your interview, and come prepared with any questions you have about the mission or philosophy of the corporation. The more involved you are in the interview, the more you have a chance to open up to your potential employer and sell the things that are best about you.
Show Your Enthusiasm
If you’ve taken the time to enroll in an English language program in your field, you’re probably passionate about what you do. Allow that enthusiasm to shine through during your interview to show your employer that you will be an important asset to the company. Show examples from your own life that illustrate your desire to be part of the growing healthcare, business, or networking industries. Keep a positive attitude throughout the interview and work to always keep a smile on your face, regardless of the questions you are answering.
Be Ready for Your Audience
If the information is available, research who will be conducting your interview. This can be determined with a simple call to the receptionist asking how many resume copies you need to bring to the interview.
Many interviewees come fully prepared for the interview, and make the tragic mistake of forgetting the interviewer’s name during the meeting. Focus on who you are speaking to, and if you are unsure of their name, politely request it again. Make sure before you get started that you fully understand the purpose of each individual in the room. This helps you tailor your questions and answers to the right people.
Communicate and Listen
In an interview, it’s easy to get caught up in selling yourself, and you may forget to be quiet at times and simply listen to what the interviewer is saying. While the interviewer or panel wants to know more about you, they also want to speak when it’s their turn, in order to guarantee that you have all the relevant information you need to accept the position. Talk concisely and politely when it’s your turn, and don’t talk over the top of your interviewer.
Embrace Your Culture
When it comes down to it, your diversity is one of the best things about you, and can be a big asset to any company. While you want to display the things you’ve learned and how proficient you are in your field, don’t be afraid to embrace who you are and show the diverse parts of you during the interview.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Friday, 27 June 2014

Why You Need a Biannual Finance Check-up


Sure, we all know the importance of getting a medical check-up every six months or so. It helps us identify any health issues sooner rather than later, increasing our chances or retaining great health well into our later years. But did you know the importance of getting a biannual financial check-up too? In many ways it’s just as important as a medical checkup: it can help us identify problem areas before they get out of hand, and can help us stay on track towards our financial goals. We all know that money makes the world go round, and without enough of it, the quality of our lives will surely suffer. If you’re not already convinced as to why you should schedule a finance check-up every 6 months or so, either with an expert, knowledgeable friend, or with your significant other, then read on. Here are three reasons that should hopefully convince you today.

You Can Take Stock of Your Trading Performance

If you’ve been trading with shares or on the foreign exchange market, now may be a great time to evaluate your general performance over the previous 6 months. These days, more and more people are getting into trading, as companies such as
Knowledge to Action (click here to be directed to their website) and other financial education firms continue to teach more of the general public the fine art of trading. However, every art form takes time to master, including share or currency trading. If you’ve failed to achieve your financial goals at this six month mark, take note of your success and failures over the last half year and identify any reoccurring issues. If possible, speak to a financial expert or invest in some more training. Hopefully you’ll perform even better over the remaining months of the year.

You Can Determine Whether You’re on Target for Your Savings Goals

Sometimes we need to take a timeout and reflect on where we’ve come from, and where we want to go. If you’re saving for a deposit on a home, a new car, or a much needed holiday, then you’ll need to make sure your saving efforts are well on track. Failing to track your goals is just asking for trouble. Looking over your savings progress 6 months into the year allows you to see exactly where you are in relation to your goals. If you’re on track, knowing this can help you stay motivated throughout the rest of the year. If you’re not, then it can also give you some motivation – this time, to get back on track and do what needs to be done to get you to your goal.

You Can Take Advantage of New Financial Developments

The world is constantly changing, and opportunities that may not have existed at the start of the year may now be ripe for the picking. However, if you don’t schedule a half-yearly financial checkup then you may miss them entirely. For example, the housing market may have taken a dive in the last 6 months, presenting you with an ample opportunity to purchase some property. Or, a new bank may have entered the market, promising rock bottom lending rates and minimal fees. Taking a timeout at the half year mark, and reflecting on your current financial situation, allows you to react to these new developments, and possibly take advantage of them. This is all about being smart and adaptive to the current financial landscape.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

Thursday, 26 June 2014

45 Funniest 'Damn You Auto Correct' Mishaps

Bad spellers rejoice at the auto-correct function, but without proper supervision, it can ruin your life.
Each year, we give thanks for the proper spelling of "pencil," but some texters don't have such luck. Damn You Auto Correct — the popular blog dedicated to blasting your texting misfortunes across the Internet — gathered its most popular typing mishaps of the year.
This year's crop of auto in-corrects also includes messages misunderstood by Siri, who would kindly ask that you not mumble. And we can't forget the mom who had a tough time deciphering emojis. Apparently, 2013 was a tough year for intelligible communications.
  • Oppa

    Intended word: "Gangnam," not "gangbang."

  • Gator-matt

    Intended word: "Rotator," not "gator."

  • Yoga

    Intended word: "Circumstances," not "circumcision."

  • Teacher

    Intended word: "Fuels," not "girls."

  • Titties-holly

    Intended word: "Kitties," not "titties."

  • Bored-payton

    Intended word: "Pencil," not "penis."

  • Burn

    Intended word: "Neosporin," not "penis potion."

  • Big-hole

    Intended word: "Bichon," not "big hole."

  • Gluten

    Intended word: "Polenta," not "placenta."

  • Demotion-lucy

    Intended word: Definitely not "dead" or "farts" or "agora."

  • Sloppyhoerecipe

    Intended word: "Joes," not "hoes."

  • Darth-badger

    Intended word: "Vader," not "badger."

  • Wtf-tania

    Intended Mom-ism: "Fantastic"

  • Worst-morning

    Intended word: "Maxipad," not "notepad."

  • Jealous-amy

    Intended word: Something intelligible.

  • Asshole

    Intended word: "We," not "asshole."

  • The-usual-copy

    Intended word: Umm, this one actually looks legit.

  • Spider-danni

    Intended word: "Widow," not "window."

  • Fail

    Intended word: "Mistake," not "pancakes."

  • Penis-skirt_

    Intended word: "Pencil," not "penis."

  • Yoda

    Intended word: "Yoga," not "yoda."

  • Crazymom

    Intended word: Ummmm?

  • Starwars

    Intended word: "Endometriosis," not "Star Wars."

  • Jesus-emily

    Intended word: "Jessi," not "Jesus."

  • Pie-diego

    Intended word: "Don't know," not "donut."

  • Emojimom

    Intended emoji: "Chocolate," not "poop."

  • Dead-walruses

    Intended word: "Wreaths," not "walruses."

  • April-showers

    Intended word: "Flowers," not "flatulence."

  • So-proud-latoya-copy

    Intended word: "Recital," not "rectal."

  • The-penis-sharpener-final

    Intended word: "Pencil," not "penis."

  • Juicy

    Intended word: "Home," not "gone."

  • Almost-mariah

    Intended word: "Far," not "fat."

  • Gibberish1

    Intended word: No clue.

  • Potter

    Intended word: "Dumbledore," not "fumbled ore."

  • Meatballs

    Intended word: "Italian," not "Taliban."

  • Chuck

    Intended word: "Chicken noodles," not "Chuck Norris."

  • Knee

    Intended word: "This," not "things."

  • Drink

    Intended word: "Drive," not "drink."

  • Ducttape

    Intended word: "Duct tape," not "fucktape."

  • Walkingdead

    Intended word: "Walking," not waddling."

  • Prius

    Intended word: "Prius," not "penis."

  • Shutdown

    Intended word: "Running," not "ruining."

  • Pirate-billy

    Intended word: "Fajitas," not "vaginas."

  • Hungry

    Intended word: [censored]

  • Bigger

    Intended word: "Purse," not "pussy."

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Thursday, 26 June 2014

The 10 Types of World Cup Fans Everyone Knows

World Cup fever is sweeping the globe, which of course means that otherwise sane people are now raging lunatics.
Whether you're a soccer fan or not, there's no way you could miss the crazed fans taking over your local bars, restaurants and living rooms.
Because we here at Mashable understand the human condition on such a deep level, we've been able to condense the millions of World Cup fans into their ten most common forms.
Check out our findings below.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

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