Quick Tips for Job Interview

Crucial suggestions for cracking the Interviews 1. Remember very few interviewers are actually HRD professionals 2. Do proper research about the company 3. A good interviewer would like your asking him the right questions 4. Carry multiple copies of a well prepared resume 5. You have to create a positive first impression so focus on […]

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United Nations Volunteer program

Volunteering From the Comfort of Home By LINDSEY E. OECHSLE In Kolkata or Connecticut, the United Nations Volunteer program allows you to serve from home. If you have a computer, an Internet connection and skills, you can volunteer in any one of around 130 countries without leaving home. To register for an online volunteering opportunity […]

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United States and Cleaner Vehicles

Electric Cars Coming Our Way? By KARIN RIVES Traffic on American roads could run a bit cleaner. In his State of the Union address in January, President Barack Obama challenged the United States to become the first nation with 1 million electric cars. Cleaner vehicles are part of the Obama administration’s plan to reduce greenhouse […]

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Pedicab a rickshaw, American-style

Rickshaws, American-Style By STEVE FOX The U.S. approach to foot-powered transport combines advertising, jokes and tips instead of fares. Picture this. A young man with what appears to be a small carton of McDonald’s French fries dangling in front of his face pedals along, talking and joking with the couple riding behind him in a […]

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Intel – Jobs, Internships, Contact Info

Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops processor technologies and supports global initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Jobs and Careers at Intel Jobs Careers in Corporate Services at Intel As part of Corporate Services you’ll support both factory and office infrastructure. You’ll play an integral role in energy and natural […]

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