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Top 5 Steps to Help Your Job-searching Friend

By SiliconIndia  |   Thursday, 17 January 2013, 01:58 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: Looking out for a good job is pretty hard these days, as it has turned out to be challenging enough for the fresher as well as experienced professionals to find a job that suits them.  So, as the situation is like this at present, there is a need for exchanging of help between friends and family when it comes to finding a job that suits the job-seeker in a better way. So, if you have a friend or a family member looking out for a job in this competitive world, there here are the top 5 ways in which you can help your friend who is looking out for a job, taken from U.S. News and World Report, reported on Yahoo Finance website.

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1. Avoid taking it personally if he or she declines your advice:


If your friend who is searching for a job declines your advice don’t take it personally and back off from helping them with a better idea next time. He or she might have declines your idea or opinion as they would have already tried with it earlier and failed in it or else, they might know the fact that your idea will not work out in this competitive world.

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1: Nice tips.
Posted by:suri - 17 Jan, 2013
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