The Changing Landscape of the Job Market

Written by Eva Perkoski

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Lastly, get involved in your community and college. You might think human resource people don't look at volunteer activities or hold student government activity with high regard but they usually do. Put any extra-curricular activities like this that you've done on your resume when you're looking for jobs. Employers like to know that applicants are well-rounded and volunteering makes you look like you're an outstanding member ofrepparttar community and student government involvement demonstrates that you have potential to be a great leader.

If you follow these tips, getting good jobs will come much easier regardless of whatrepparttar 144141 employment rate is when you graduate. So, don't get discouraged-just make a vow to becomerepparttar 144142 best version of you possible and be confident in your abilities and skills. All prospective employers will be impressed with that and who knows - you just might get your dream position after all!

Eva Perkoski is founder of All About jobs an excellent resource site dedicated to information on jobs

Are You a Negative Thinker?

Written by Margaret Paul, Ph.D.

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In addition, Barbara believed that if she was vigilant enough and thought through allrepparttar bad things that could happen, she could prevent them. She believed that by thinking ahead, she could somehow have control overrepparttar 144131 outcome of things.

Finally, Barbara also believed that she could control how people felt about her by acting right and sayingrepparttar 144132 right thing. She was constantly vigilant about her behavior with others in her attempts to control how they felt about her and treated her.

However, in trying to control her feelings, others’ feelings andrepparttar 144133 outcome of things, Barbara may have been causing her illness. The underlying cause of her negative thinking was her devotion to this control.

The problem with all of this is that it is based on an illusion –repparttar 144134 illusion of control. The fact is that Barbara could not foresee every event that could cause her some pain. She was devastated every time something happened that she had not thought of beforehand. How could something painful come out ofrepparttar 144135 blue like that? How could she have not foreseen it?

The paradox of all of this is that, in trying to foresee future catastrophes, Barbara was not present inrepparttar 144136 moment. Real safety is in being present inrepparttar 144137 moment so we can respond appropriately to whatever is happening inrepparttar 144138 moment. When we are fully present inrepparttar 144139 moment, we are available to receiving information from our inner Guidance. All of us have a Source of Guidance that is always available to us, and that is here to help us and protect us. But we can access our Guidance only when we are fully present inrepparttar 144140 moment, not when we are trying to controlrepparttar 144141 future.

Barbara is inrepparttar 144142 process of becoming more aware of her negative thinking. She is not yet healthy, but she has some better days now, days that are lighter and more fun.

Moving out of negative thinking is a process that takes time. If you are a negative thinker, you have been practicing this form of thinking your whole life. It is not going to stop in a day. But if you tune intorepparttar 144143 stress you feel and learn to connect your stress with your negative thinking, you can slowly change this pattern.

Vitality and joy can berepparttar 144144 result of letting go of your negative thinking and learning to be present inrepparttar 144145 moment.

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is the best-selling author and co-author of eight books, including "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By You?" She is the co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding healing process. Visit her web site for a FREE Inner Bonding course: or email her at

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