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What to ask at the end of your job interview

A successful job interview is like a dance, where both you and the interviewer take parts in showing your best moves - the interviewer is defining whether you are right for the position while you are figuring out if the position is right for you.

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How to prevent jet lag?

Travelling the world has never been easier. Remote jobs, study or work abroad programs are now easier to get than ever and for most young people it’s hard to imagine spending their entire lives in one place. But no matter how much smaller the world gets, jet lag isn’t going anywhere.

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Benefits of living abroad

When I was 19 years old, I went to France for 6 months for an internship at a campsite. I never had an experience as this before and I never traveled alone, everything was new for me. Now, after 7 years I am really proud I did it and I am going to tell you what I have Iearned.

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How to travel alone and not feel lonely

Many people would like to have some time on their own, exploring other cultures and meeting people from all over the world. But one of the fears that keeps them from taking the step of traveling alone, is the fear of being lonely.

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5 Tips for a Good CV

Curriculum Vitae, or ‘The course of your life’ in Latin, is a structured overview of your life and a must when applying for work, as it is a standartized tool employers use to screen candidates - potential employees.

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[Infographic] How to Pass Your Job Interview

To help you prepare for the step taking your career further, Placement International came up with 5 tips which will help you overcome your fear and pass your job interview!

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