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Title reads: "C-Level Executives: the highest ranking people in a company. Many other C-level titles exist. All c-level jobs require: strategic vision and leadership" Image shows three scenarios and an attached job title and description. The first is labeled "CEO: Chief Executive Officer–responsible for the company's overall path." Image shows a woman giving a presentation to two others in a conference room. , "CFO: Chief Financial Officer–Responsible for the company's finances." Image shows a woman on the phone, in front of a computer, talking about various currencies. The third image reads: "COO: Chief operations officer–Responsible for the company's day-to-day operations and HR." Image shows three people two are shaking hands for the first time, and the other is facilitating.
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This illustration includes six positive tips on what to do when you don't like your job including "Keep your 'I hate my job' thoughts to yourself," "Know that it can happen to anyone," "Try to make the job work before considering quitting," "Start your job search," and "Resign gracefully, with two weeks' notice."
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This illustration features tips for writing a reference letter, including "Write as a formal letter," "Briefly explain your relationship to the candidate," "Convey why you're writing the latter and why you're qualified to recommend them," "Include details about the candidate's qualities that relate to the individual's goal," and "Enclose your contact information and an offer to provide more information."
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This illustration shows business job titles including "Chief Financial Officer," "Union Organizer," "Commercial Real Estate Agent," "Business Systems Analyst," and "Stockbroker."
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