Thousands of people online are discovering how doing simple translator jobs from home can be very profitable. You can do it too. You will work with established, real companies and individuals from home, full or part time. You will set your own hours and choose to get paid in US dollars or in other currency. You will choose to get paid via Paypal, Xoom, bank deposit, check or even Western Union. To start, click HERE...
These are NOT business opportunities for you to start up and run, just real home jobs. You complete their tasks, you get paid by them directly. Once you join you are guaranteed immediate access to our members area. Inside, there is an organized menu of job categories. Click on the category to browse the jobs currently available. Then, once you find something that sounds like it is for you, follow that businesses instructions to apply. They will contact you about your new job soon after. To learn more, click HERE...
Another question is often asked: Which is correct, Vita or Vitae? - The answer is easy if you studied Latin. This noun vita came into English from Latin. In Latin, the genitive case singular of vita (=life) is vitae (=of life or life's). Curriculum means description. In other words, Curriculum Vitae means Description of Life (in Latin: Curriculum Vitae). Apart from curriculum vitae, there are a few more Latin phrases that came directly into English without any modification in spelling and meaning. In oral and written communication we should use Curriculum Vitae as it is in Latin, in order to avoid an academic faux.
Most teachers apply for jobs online. They either e-mail their resume directly to employers or apply online by posting it to internet job boards. It is necessary to set up a high-quality electronic version of your resume or curriculum vitae.
When we send a resume or any other document by e-mail as an attachment it sometimes does not look the same on the other person's computer as it looked on your computer. For example, the second page can start at the bottom of the first page, the fonts are different and the colors are different. Therefore, in order to guarantee excellence of printing it is important to prepare a PDF version of resume. This will guarantee uniformity and consistency. If you are not sure how to do it, click HERE to get the free service of Express PDF.
Resume Building Sites
There are many good resume building sites. You can choose a few from the following list:
ResumeSocial ResumeSocial is a social resume community. You can post your resume online and get feedback from other members. You can share your resume writing experience with others. http://www.resumesocial.com/
Twitter Twitter is another place for job searching and recruiting. It is a free micro-blogging service. You can place your job ‘blurb’ in your Twitter bio in 160 characters. You can also use a professional looking avatar. And then - Tweet about your job search. Companies are using Twitter to get in touch with their customers by offering various products.
CVTips CVTips.com is much more than a Curriculum Vitae guide. Here you can find information for your whole job search: cover letter tips, interview techniques, job search strategies, career planning, as well as free resume/CV examples, templates and advice. http://www.cvtips.com/
Tell your friends
Recommend ESL Teacher Reference Desk to your friends, colleagues, ESL teachers, linguists and students
Your next cover letter will perfectly present the best reasons why a hiring manager should call you for the job interview. Remember: Watch the entire video... the "secret sentence" revealed at the end will surprise you. To learn more, click HERE...
WhiteSmoke’s online grammar checker is the best grammar checker software available for identifying and fixing grammar mistakes in academic documents, business letters, etc. The grammar checker software spots errors that most human readers would not catch. To learn more, click HERE...
RELIABLE ENGLISH TEACHING, LEARNING AND RESEARCH RESOURCES
This website is free. No registration or login is required. Your assistance is needed. Please donate to improve this website. ESL DRIVE BLOG
Materials on this website are published for research and educational purposes and information is presented as accurately as possible. ESL DRIVE is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites. Disclaimer.