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first_imgView comments US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Hurting after shock loss to Dyip, Beermen redeem selves by beating Gin Kings Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Now questions were raised why nobody among Pacquiao’s large crew was assigned to take care of the property which is reportedly worth $3 million excluding its content.Pacquiao soundly defeated Broner via unanimous decision Saturday night at MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Team Pacquiao members, however, said it was the LAPD which discovered the break-in upon a routine drive by.Bobby Pacquiao, the brother of the eight-division world champ, said it was already the second time the house was burglarized.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsAuthorities have not yet accounted the missing items from the house but his US-based publicist Fred Sternburg said “nothing substantial was stolen.”The house was left unattended for one week as all members of Team Pacquiao left for Las Vegas for the Broner fight.center_img SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Manny Pacquiao on Floyd Mayweather: Let him enjoy retirement PLAY LIST 00:44Manny Pacquiao on Floyd Mayweather: Let him enjoy retirement02:17Keith Thurman gambling on himself to KO Manny Pacquiao in 1st round01:47Pacquiao: Majority of senators back death penalty but only for drugs02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Manny Pacquiao poses on the scale during a weigh-in Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, in Las Vegas. Pacquiao is scheduled to fight Adrien Broner in a welterweight championship bout on Saturday. (AP Photo/John Locher)HOLLYWOOD — Manny Pacquiao’s posh Larchmont area residence has been reported ransacked Sunday evening just when he was returning from triumph over Adrien Broner in Las Vegas the previous day.Police cordoned off the house on North Plymouth Blvd after a private citizen reported of a burglary, according to reports.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting LATEST STORIES Oil plant explodes in Pampanga townlast_img

3 Tips To Stay Organized During Your Job Search

first_imgThe job search process can certainly cause an excess amount of clutter. Searching, applying, tracking, and networking your job skills can be stressful when you’re on the hunt for a job.It doesn’t always take a personal assistant, website, or online application to make the job search more organized. Cut your stress by applying these three simple tips for staying organized during your job search:1. PreparationIt isn’t often that job seekers find success when entering into the job search blindly. Never underestimate the secret weapon that is careful preparation. Putting a strong attention to detail into the necessary job search preparations will not only cut down on your job search time, but also generate more successful results.The job search doesn’t just entail applying for jobs. Effective preparation means creating customized materials for each application, building a marketable online or offline portfolio, perfecting your elevator pitch, and much more. Perhaps the most important preparatory step for job seekers is setting specific goals for the job search. These goals could be anything from the amount of job applications you’d like to complete each week, to how many new networking connections you plan to have informational interviews with.2. List GenerationThe simplest and most practical way to stay organized during the job hunt is by creating detailed records of your search.  This is where spreadsheets become a job seeker’s powerful ally. For every application submitted, use a spreadsheet to keep track of the following:CompanyPosition titleJob description,Company website URLDate submittedStatus of submissionThe detailed spreadsheet records you’ve developed will give you an overview of several important factors of your search. An overview can give you a general idea of how long it takes for certain kinds of employers to respond and an easier generalization of which types of employers seem to be interested in your resume. Detailed records also offer a chance to document contacts at certain companies for future outreach.Of course, there are also plenty of free and paid apps out there to replace the old school spreadsheet.3. Time ManagementMany job seekers overlook the importance of good time management techniques when applying for jobs. While preparation and record keeping will be extremely beneficial to the search, your overall job search goals will not be met without adequate time management.This is as easy as creating a job search calendar and directly aligning it to your specific job search goals. For more time efficiency, dedicate a set number of hours each day to researching and applying for jobs, and identify the specific time of day you plan to complete these tasks. Finding an even balance between your job search and your personal life will mean a more organized and successful job search.last_img

How To Dress For Success In Your Next Interview

first_img“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” – Mark TwainMark Twain forgot to mention accessories, from glasses to belt and even your coat, can make you appear to be a winner, a leader, a standout – or else someone who’s stuck in decades old items. Your suit may seem fine to you, but the HR manager across from you is wondering why you are wearing something so outdated or ill-fitting.And while professionalism is crucial for job interviews and networking events, it does not mean boring. “Show a little personality. It’s about having you come alive,” said Jayne Mattson, senior vice president of Keystone Associates, who helps people explore career options and transitions.  If you’re unsure which pieces work for you and convey professionalism, ask a friend to shop with you – and choose one who has a good eye and a professional job. Or, head to Nordstrom or a fashion blog or magazine to see what suits your personality and the industry in which you want to work, Mattson said. Or, create a list of items that will dress up and update your job hunt in 2013 and send it out to Aunt Helen or your brothers right away.Here’s some more advice on dress for success, whether you’re headed to a job interview or an important networking event:1. Go Fashionable. “We’re in more of a fashionista period,” said Mattson, who is proud of her fashionable taste. So you don’t want your jewelry or your shoes to shout ‘purchased in 1999.’ More chunky jewelry looks stylish, so it’s great to choose a bigger earring or necklace. Watches are in vogue again, so wearing one with a smidgen of sparkle is fine. Just don’t go too far on the jewelry or watch; in an interview, you want the focus to be on you and what you’re saying, not how amazing or unusual your accessories are, she said.2. Add Color. “Color in your wardrobe is one way for you to stand out,” said Mattson. She recalled a recent Keystone event, where most of the 100 people in the audience were job seekers. “I saw all dark colors,” blacks and grays, with no one showing the verve of a red or blue shirt or blouse. A splash of color would have made the wearer much more visible.3. Go for New Glasses. Since they sit right on your face, the right frames can make you seem clever and contemporary – or the opposite. If yours are outdated, replace them, and this goes for men as well as women, she said.4. Pick a Pen. “Buy your interview or your job seeker pen,” the Keystone executive suggests. That way during the interview, when you jot down some notes, you won’t be brandishing a chewed up Bic or worse, writing with one that promotes whirlpool spas. It doesn’t have to be silver plated or super expensive, but it should look and feel good.5. Add a Belt or a Broach. Maybe you will choose a vintage piece of jewelry, or a bold colored portfolio to show off your work, suggests Margaret Lilly, owner of Lilly’s Closet, a Washington, D.C. personal stylist. Allow the accessories to “play with color” and add a bit of style to a classic tweed or black suit. But in my Washington Post article she also warned: “Definitely less is more,” so don’t add too much.6. Consider the Coat. This is an important piece in cool or cold-weather regions, at chamber mixers and networking events, where you may meet several people walking in or waiting in line for the parking valet. Mattson tells of one client who liked to wear an old wrinkled raincoat, what she thought of as his “Columbo coat” after the television detective. Finally she told him: “Get rid of it; it ages you by years.”You don’t have to buy your accessories at a high-priced boutique or wear designer lapel shirts and ties. But you do want to look polished, professional and smart. And, as Mattson and other say: Avoid anything that says “I’m outdated.”last_img

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