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These were the most-read articles posted on JobMob over the month of February 2007 according to FeedBurner‘s Site Statistics:
42 Reads – Need Help Deciding Whether You Should Upgrade to Windows Vista
Not every JobMobber can afford to plunk down over NIS 1000 or $300 for Microsoft's latest eye candy/hacker target Windows Vista unless they have a truly compelling reason to do so, such as finding their Israeli dream job quicker. This article will help you make the right choice.
One of the most daunting aspects of a jobhunt is organizing it all, especially if it's a prolonged search. Who did you speak to when, what did you send to whom, perhaps even what did you wear to which interview. Yahoo! Finance recently praised JibberJobber as a tool to ease this burden. This is the JobMob review.
Are you considering taking a sick day so that you can get some work done? Do you find your mind wandering as you scan through a spreadsheet or write a post for your blog? You're not alone. Knowing how to prevent interruptions and avoid distractions is important, but those considerations become secondary if you've mastered the art of staying in focus. Here's how to do just that.
23 Reads – 10 Ways to Prevent Interruptions
Whether at work, on the go or at home, people rarely like to be interrupted. Here are some tips on preventing that from happening.
20 Reads – You Too Can Avoid Distractions Easily
Just like sleeping straight through the night is a challenge for many people, so too is finishing work without diversions. It doesn't need to be this way, and here are 12 tips that you can use to stay on course and finish what you start.
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