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The white paper, a first for Quintessential Careers, also includes "Cover Letters That Wowed: Hiring Decision-Makers Describe Winning Cover Letters" and "Cover Letter Wish List: Hiring Decision-Makers Reveal What They Want to See in Cover Letters.
Here are the 15 career experts honored with the title Quintessential Careers Career Mastermind:
In Quintessential Careers' lead article on the hidden job market (http://www.
But the date also has the makings of ``a quintessential moment'': Americans (if one follows the film's lead in naturalizing Canadians like Cruzatte) are the people who, intentionally and unintentionally, direct their fire at their leaders, from behind.
Greg Cox, chief executive of Quintessential Finance Group, said: "The growth of Quintessential and its key products, like Pingtree, is no accident.
Quintessential Resources Ltd advises that it has signed a Heads of Agreement with Frontier Resources Ltd (ASX: FNT) to commence a 50/50 Joint Venture, over a total area on 10,250km2 on the island of New Britain to advance each company s recent granted exploration licences.
Said Morley, "As the quintessential free-standing corporate headquarters campus, 5 Paragon Drive offers corporations the environment they seek to attract and enhance the productivity of their knowledge worker base while retaining exceptional efficiencies.
Quintessential, a Napa-based importing and marketing firm, anticipates that the wines will be available in major U.
This biography of the pop artist who became known for his hipster lifestyle as well as his art is the quintessential resource about a man who "lived outside the box.
Practice, Restraint is an anthology of sparsely worded free-verse poems, steeped in the author's quintessential talent to imply volumes from brief phrases.
Justifiably considered to be the quintessential work on "facilitated behavior" brought about by unconscious muscle movements that gave rise to severe misunderstandings of such commonplace metaphysical phenomena and activities as the Ouija boards, mind-reading, divining rods, and automatic writing, Nonconscious Movements is a welcome contribution to the psychology underlying the processes of all manner of so-called spiritually facilitated or metaphysically enhanced communications.
Spanning 30 years of Sire history, this retrospective encompasses everything from the androgynous jazz stylings of Little Jimmy Scott and chart-topping pop of teen idol Tommy Page to quintessential cuts from the late-'70s New York vanguard, for whom founder Seymour Stein coined the term new wave (the better to dupe radio programmers frightened by the connotations of punk).
Is the quintessential Canadian movie one that takes place in Britain and Canada, written and directed by an expatriate, gay, immigrant Torontonian living in London, England, and featuring an American movie star inside the head of the gay Canadian hero?
It has been acquired by Quintessential Hotels, a new hotel investment group headed by Michael Purtill, managing director of Leeds-based Paramount Group of Hotels.