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July 15, 2019

Preparing for Interview - Zinny Factor
Employee's Workplace, New Worker

How to Survive These 3 Types of Interview

You apply for the job and nervously cross your fingers. When the call for the interview finally comes, you’re likely to experience a whole host of feelings! You might start thrilled and excited, but then nerves and even dread can kick in. You want to perform your best, and interviews are notoriously nerve-wracking.

Modern interviews can be a bit more complicated, too, since there are so many different approaches now. Here are some hints and tips for surviving these three common types of interview. 

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Side Hustle Course - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace, Side Hustle Series

Smashing That Side Hustle Course In Your Spare Time

Do you have some spare time? After the 9 to 5 or a day of working for yourself? Because if you do, this is probably the time you like to take for yourself, after your job and your family are taken care of, to unwind and de-stress from the day you’ve just had. 

But then you remember that side hustle education course you invested in, that cost you a pretty penny, and that you haven’t spent any time on in months. You might get annoyed with yourself when you remember it, and you tell yourself you’ll get on with it tomorrow. 

But will you? Well, you will when you know how to prepare yourself! So, if you’re someone who wants to get on with a side hustle, to further your career or supplement your income, here are some tips to help you put it to good use. 

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Business Studies - Zinny Factor
Entrepreneur's Workplace

Business Studies: How Important is it to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur?

If you’ve ever wanted to run your own business then you’ll likely have thought about studying business in a formal environment such as college or online. It can be a great way to learn more about how businesses work and how they can be managed more efficiently, but how important is it really?

So many people have the passion, the talent, they know how to get the job done, but how about scaling the business? It’s one thing to know what it is that you love to do, however, it’s another thing to manage it effectively so that you can have profits at the end of the day. That’s not all anyway, you’ll also need to create more business opportunities for the business and possibly create employment opportunities. This is what most entrepreneurs look out to achieve in the long run.

After working hard enough during the start of the business, there comes a time when you want to rest and reap the fruit of your labor. However, you’ll have to put in the work at the very beginning and treat it as a business indeed.

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Job Offer in Canada - ZInny Factor
Job Search, Magazine, The Immigrant Worker

Tham Nguyen: How I Got a Job Offer Within 2 Weeks in Canada

In this article, Tham Nguyen shares how she got a job offer in Canada two weeks after she relocated from Vietnam as well as important tips to assist you with your own prospective job offer. When I saw this article she originally shared on LinkedIn, I remember telling myself that I had to follow up with her to reshare this article.

Tham is a Technical Acquisition Specialist specifically hiring Java & Javascript Developers here in Toronto.

Since I frequently receive messages from new immigrants asking related questions on a job offer in Canada, I knew it would be a great idea to share this piece from a professional recruiter. Read below and learn one or two things you could apply to your job search to land a job offer as a new immigrant.

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