Once you get that all important interview, how you dress may be the determining factor on whether you get the job.
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Colin Powell was the 10-year-old son of Jamaican immigrants in 1948 when President Harry S. Truman ordered the desegregation of America’s armed forces. As the 10-year-old boy would say 50 years later, “This isn’t
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Your first impression during a job interview can determine if you get the position. You do not have to buy new clothes, but you must be mindful of how you choose your clothing for
Many of us have used student loans to finance our college educations. While a tremendous help in getting us to our goal, we often find ourselves saddled with more debt than we thought possible. Here