Some Tips To Find Your Perfect Job

You study what you love, right? And you want to find a job doing what you studied. You want to find a job that can utilize your talents and interests; one where you won’t be bored. But there is just one problem: there are no jobs out there in your field. Everybody is telling you to find a temporary position; something you can do until you find your elusive perfect job.


Don’t Give Up – First of all, don’t settle. Don’t abandon your dreams. There is a perfect job out there for you; you just have to resist the urge to settle for the ‘okay’ job or the job that offers you tons of money. Better to be poor and content then rich and despondent, right? Don’t give in to cynics who predict your demise. Your perfect job will pay enough. You just have to find it.

Keep Searching – Don’t give up. After four months, after seven months, heck, after a year, keep looking. You might have to work at the blood bank to make ends meet, but so be it. Better to find the perfect job then get stuck in one you despise but rely on for money. That doesn’t mean you can’t get a profitable job. Just remember to keep aggressively looking for your dream job even when you have stable work. Your dream job will probably not pay you as much, so don’t be tempted by the money.


Aim High, Search Low – Always keep in mind your goal job, but apply for ones below it. If you want to get to the top, a lot of times you’re going to have to work your way up. Don’t get disheartened, sometimes you will apply for the lesser job and get hired for the greater job. Take a gamble and don’t forget that almost everyone is flexible. They may offer a low wage but be willing to double it when they see your degree and enthusiasm. Nothing is set in stone.


Discover – Don’t cage yourself. Stretch out and discover things only marginally related to your field. You’ll be amazed at what the job actually entails. Some jobs look like nightmares and yet turn out to be pieces of cake, and vice versa. Don’t rely on your idea of the job. Go to lots and lots of interviews even if you are overqualified or under-qualified. If they agree to meet with you, then they might offer you some other job you never even knew about. And don’t be afraid to share capacities that may seem useless. Mention your interests and what you are good at on your resume. It can lead to opportunities.

Know What You Want – If you don’t know what you’re searching for then how are you going to find it? Don’t trap yourself by centering just on what you majored in. You can find a job in something you are good at, something you have a passion for, or something you just by chance know how to do. Don’t pass up opportunities, even if they don’t seem to fit with what you want. Any experience is good experience and can open the door to your perfect job down the road. You might find out your perfect job is something you never imagined.


To sum it up: don’t give up. Your perfect job is out there, but you will have to search for it. Keep looking, broaden your horizons, and find out what you are really looking for. You may run across adventures that you would have never had if you just settled for the first job that paid well.


By Nepoleon


Healthcare in Facebook

Facebook has rounded yet another corner in the world of social media: providing healthcare options for people. It sounds crazy, that this site that is geared towards drawing people into each other’s lives is now making its rounds in the healthcare niche, but it also makes surprising sense. Where else can you connect almost effortlessly with billions of people? Not many places, that’s for sure.

“Health is social. Any media, any technologies that enable those connections and encourage collaboration will only lead to a better healthcare system,”


With the rapid expansion of Facebook over the past several years, it was only a matter of time before the social forum reached out to big businesses such as healthcare. What started as a way to connect college students expanded almost overnight to encompass high schools, then individuals around the world, before gaining its foothold in the business sector as well.

“How can physicians and other care providers’ help patients get the healthcare that they need without them coming into the office? Social media can serve a great need there,”


It doesn’t just stop there, though. Facebook and its billions of users, and really social media platforms in general, have the unique ability to connect people who are suffering from the same health concerns on an international level – and most people can attest to the fact that it’s easier to face many life ordeals when you have someone to talk to that truly understands what you’re going through.


The main concern of using social media platforms such as Facebook for sensitive issues like healthcare is one that is certainly a legitimate concern: over sharing. But Facebook has made a business out of over sharing, and – if done correctly – this foray into healthcare could be a huge step forward for saving lives.



“ Funny Facebook”

In a world where social media rules and anything you say and do online can be interrupted and manipulated for either good or bad. As trivial as it seems to worry about Facebook in your post marriage life, it’s important to know your dos and don’t  to avoid any unwanted situations.


Do unfriend:

Whether your divorce was mutual and somewhat peaceful or if it was hell, unfriend your spouse on Facebook. No one wants to keep tabs on their ex. Unwanted photos, comments, status updates can only stir up trouble for both parties. It’s best to respectfully unfriend to just protect each other for any future situations.


Don’t make it FBO:

Once you start dating and enter a new relationship after your divorce hold off on making it “FBO”, Facebook Official. (Yes that is an actual term people use now.) Take your time before you start linking yourself to a new person. It goes back to airing dirty laundry, people talk. You most likely have that person on your Facebook friend list that is constantly changing their relationship status, annoying huh? Don’t be that person.

Don’t air your dirty laundry

First of all, not only is airing your personal problems on Facebook annoying but to air divorce matters on Facebook is tacky. To be honest, most people form their opinions of what happened and no matter what you say, it doesn’t matter. As much as we don’t want others to judge, they do. Take the high road and keep your statuses ex free. You will save yourself lots of conflict and drama.

Do delete pictures:

You may have 1 photo of you and your ex or 37 photo albums, either way, it’s time to start taking them down. It may be more of a time waster and pain to do so but you have options. You can go to your photo album settings and choose to hide from friends and the public, so that way you are the only what the see’s them. If children are involved and they are on Facebook, keep in mind it may hurt them to see you take down a photo of them with their parent. Discuss it with them before making a move. are-you-sure-those-photos-have-really-been-deleted--667e7c7fc1

Do think of your children:

Whether or not your child is on Facebook, keep in mind that their friends are. With over 845 million users on Facebook, something you post can get back to your child. It is very important you are careful with osts, photos and comments. Divorces are very hard on children and if you are not careful, Facebook can make it even harder on them. Facebook with care.


By Nepoleon

Tips For Find Your Dream Job

The economic state has made it very difficult for people to find a job. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to make the process of finding a job a little bit easier. Below are some jobs searching tips:


1.) Spruce Up Your Resume

Potential employees will most likely take a look at your resume before they decide to call you in for an interview. That is why you should take some time to spruce up your resume. Make sure that your resume highlights previous jobs and experiences that have prepared you for the position that you are seeking. Additionally, you may want to consider having a friend, relative or co-worker look over your resume.

2.) Prepare Your References

You will probably have to list three or more references on your application. A reference is someone who can speak highly of your abilities and skills. Your references can be former employers, clients or co-workers. However, it is very important for you to ask for a person’s permission before you list him or her as a reference.

3.) Put in Your Application Early

You may be competing with hundreds of other people who are trying to get the same position. You will probably have an advantage over the other candidates if you send your application in a few weeks early. For example, if the application is due on the 15th, then you should try to send it in by the 1st.

4.) Have a Successful Interview

The employers will most likely call you in for an interview if they like what they see on your resume and application. The interview is often what helps employers decide between two equally qualified applicants, so it is very important to make sure that you make a good first impression. You may want to have a mock interview with one of your family and friends.images

5.) Always Follow Up

If a week has passed and you still have not heard from your potential employers, then you should consider calling or emailing them. When you contact the employers, avoid asking questions such as, did I get the job? It is better to say something like, I was calling to check on the status of my application. Finding a job in this economy is difficult, but it is far from impossible. If you want to get a job, then you will have to spruce up your resume and prepare your references. You should also send in your application a couple of weeks before the deadline. Additionally, it is wise to practice your interview skills and follow-up after your interview.

Hope these above tips may help you for finding a dream job.




“Define Friends”

In my words, a friend is someone who will always stand by you through thick and thin. A friend will laugh with you and cry with you, and always be there when you need them, however small the crisis!

Sometimes we feel like we have no friends. That statement can be challenged at any time, but the truth of the matter is, that’s how we feel…….it’s funny or not what u think?



We are lucky to meet some people who are true to themselves as well as others and do not live with their masks 24/7, who share something with us and appreciate the friendship without taking advantage of our feelings. Yet, there are others who are not. But you know what? Screw all the fakers out there, who cares about them anyway? Take me for granted once, and you will never have me as a friend and my respect again. Whether that is a bad thing for you or not, decide for yourself. And thank you for letting me know who my real mates are.

By Nepoleon

Friends With Facebook !

Hello friends, Facebook makes it easy to build your social network sometime too easy. Means here I am discussing about friendship in face book. That sounds funny I know but it’s true that, now days friendship is very easy for all through face book. We are very much comfortable in this field to share a thing to a friend, sms and photos etc. It’s madness for me I don’t know why but whatever I love face book always.
Here I have given some tips for my friends who are using facebook……

Weekends Are Best :
If you want to post something then in my point of view Saturdays and Sundays are the best times, as the weekend appears to stimulate more interaction between Facebook users.   facebook-friend-request
Ask Questions :
One of the best ways to get responses on Facebook is to ask questions. A post with a question generated a 92 percent higher comment rate than non-question posts.   add-as-friend
Use Emoticons :
In facebook apparently emoticons like  :D and  :P are highly effective and get about twice the response rate as other emoticons.In general, posts with emoticons get a 52 percent higher interaction rate than those without emoticons.
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