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This is What Google’s World Class Interview Strategy Looks Like

This is What Google’s World Class Interview Strategy Looks Like

“…most interviews are a waste of time because 99.4% of the time is spent trying to confirm whatever impression the interviewer formed in the first ten seconds. “Tell me about yourself.” “What is your greatest weakness?” “What is your greatest...
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These are the Happiest Professions in the World

We spend most of our lives at work; we might as well like what we do. The Guardian carried out an analysis to find out what the happiest jobs in the world were. Are you working one of them? If not, you may want to consider a switch
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Employees Transform Boring Office Walls With 9000 Post It Notes

A little visual stimulation in the office space can go a long way – especially on Mondays after a long weekend. Tired of his boring, uninspiring office walls, one employee gathered his coworkers and transformed the office over a weekend into a work of art, with almost 9,000 Post-It notes
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Stanford Will Now Pay Tuition Costs for Families Who Earn Less Than $125,000

Tuition costs can make a major dent in anyone’s bank account. Student loans can take a decade to pay off – perhaps longer if you go to an American university. Which is why it’s pretty big news that Stanford just announced it would pay tuition costs for families who earn less than $125,000
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Science Says You’ll Be Happier Spending Money on Experiences Instead of Things

Go ahead; splurge on that weekend away at a summer music festival. Science now provides solid logic on why we should spend our precious paycheques on experiences rather than on things. In the end, it’s the experiences – not the material possessions – that make us happier
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Apple CEO Tim Cook is Giving All His Money to Charity

One of the most important players in the tech world has just publicly pledged to give away his massive fortune to philanthropic causes. And he's just the latest in a long line of the world's wealthiest to commit to doing so
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