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6 Tips For Using a Cover Letter Template For Your Job Applications

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Most people look like they don’t have confidence...in their cover letters. They use only resume letters, and leave the rest unsent. They don’t think if the hiring managers ever read them. Take your time to write your cover letter well, especially if they are for education jobs. You never know the effects that the cover letter can have on HR. You may find yourself landing a good job.

Want to earn money while traveling the world?

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Want to earn money while traveling the world? Trading stocks online is one of the easiest ways to start making a dent in your investment portfolio. All you need to do if you want to start trading stocks online is fill out an application form and create a brokerage account that you can fill with money to spend on stocks and shares. Often, when people start trading online for the first time, they prefer to use a stock broker to help them manage and track their investments. This can be helpful for you too, but you may prefer to examine the marketplace yourself.

Earning Money While Traveling: Freelance Essay Writer Guide

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Freelance writing is one of the best ways to earn money from home or other location that inspires you to work. Traveling for weeks or months while staying focused on delivering quality work is not for everybody, though, but is not something that you can’t do. With a proper attitude, love for travel, consistency, and writing skills you can live a thriving digital nomad life

How to Find Teaching Jobs in Europe

by Lexa Pennington / Sep 15, 2017 /
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If you love to travel – and are a teacher – have you considered teaching overseas? It’s a wonderful way to combine doing what you love, and being in a new location. Many teachers are interested in finding teaching jobs in Europe – it’s such a popular place. You’ve got a plethora of cultures, relatively close proximity to many countries (great for travel), languages galore, and (my personal favorite) excellent food. 

Travel Lessons and the Job Search

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How can travelers use their experiences travelling as an asset in their job search?
 

Best Ways to Find Jobs Abroad

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Most of us aren’t lucky enough to live anywhere we want without a job. While some can live the nomadic life on a dime or a fortune, the rest of us need to work our way. If you want to live abroad and make some money along the way, here are some interesting ways to do so.

Job Posting: TT AP International Relations, Univ of Hong Kong

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Title: Tenure-Track Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in International Relations
Department: Department of Politics and Public Administration
Institution: The University of Hong Kong
Date Posted: Dec. 28, 2016
Direct Link: http://www.academickeys.com/r?job=88428
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Time is Your Greatest Commodity: Interview with a Nonprofit Professional

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Dave Coplan is the Executive Director of the Human Services Center and Director of the Mon Valley Providers Council. The Human Services Center was honored as the recipient of the 2004 Wishart Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management awarded by The Forbes Funds of The Pittsburgh Foundation. In 2012, Dave was the inaugural recipient of the statewide CAAP Sargent Shriver Community Service Award.

Postdoc Opportunity: Engineering, Memorial University, Newfoundland

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Title: PostDoc position in DSP for Opt. Comms in Canada
Department: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
Institution: Memorial University
Date Posted: Jul. 18, 2015
Direct Link: http://www.academickeys.com/r?job=68865
Summary: 
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION AVAILABLE: 
Digital Signal Processing for Coherent Optical Communications (for OTN) 
  

Teaching Opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe

by Corey Sebens / Feb 27, 2011 /

After studying in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) twice during my college days (2 weeks in Warsaw, a semester in Budapest), I wanted nothing but to go back for another 5-10 months. When I found out I was on track to graduate a semester early and had 8 months before I had to start graduate school, I decided to start looking for opportunities to return to CEE.  I looked at placements and programs where I would be able to earn a stipend/salary and I was actually impressed that there were quite a few opportunities, but there was not one place that laid them out.