Graduating can be an exciting time in life. It can also be a very stressful time as you attempt to look for employment. Make yourself stand out from the crowd by following these easy-to-implement tips; if you keep these in mind, they will be sure to help you snag the job you are looking for. (more…)
For those who decide to pursue a master’s degree in business administration, the educational investment is both personally and financially rewarding. With advanced training in all areas of business management, MBA grads are qualified for many more jobs than those with only bachelor’s degrees.
Choosing which college to attend is always a tricky and sometimes unpleasant experience for us. Not only are we dealing with the prospect of leaving our friends and school and familiar people behind, but the realisation of leaving the house you grew up in, the parents who looked after you, the pets who comforted you and the washing, cleaning, cooking that you once escaped the responsibility of is now going to be firmly and resolutely thrown in your care.
There are some points that need to be remembered when you are deciding and choosing your next destination.
Work ethics and the ability to do the job should be the only factors that come into play when judging an employee. But we are all human, and both appearances and communications skills play a big part in how we view people. (more…)
Looking for a new career? Although ideally you want a job you can get excited about, it’s hard to get too excited when you can’t pay the bills. The following job salary information shows the highest and lowest paid careers in the United States (from both an hourly and annual perspective). (more…)
We want to help you find a career about which you can get excited. Some careers take more preparation than others. The career training information below shows the occupations with the highest and lowest levels of education in the United States. (more…)
Some careers are in more demand than others. Below you will find valuable employment information about some of the largest and smallest careers in the United States. (Numbers from the employment info below are represented in the thousands.) (more…)
Graduation season is still a couple of months away. Most senior students are still busy putting the finishing touches in their academic papers or completing the final requirements for their respective discipline. For most graduating students, nothing is more important than complying with all their academic obligations in order to get their degrees.
From balancing bank accounts to buying airline tickets, the internet has dramatically changed the way we do many things. Add looking for work to the list. We are now at the point where several job seekers would prefer to conduct their search online. It’s easy to see why when considering that you can fill out and submit dozens of applications without leaving the house.
When it comes to looking for gigs online, LinkedIn is hands down one of the best tools out there. LinkedIn, for those who don’t get around the web much, is one of the top social media platforms on the web. But unlike Facebook and Twitter, its approach to social networking is strictly professional. This particular site serves up an environment that is tailor-made for marketers looking to connect with clients, and employers looking to fill open positions.
LinkedIn can help you secure the job of your dreams, but there is a right and a wrong way to go about your business. (more…)
So, you want to work in the growing medical field? Good choice! There is a lot of demand for people in those careers. One problem, you say? You don’t like the sight of blood (or other bodily fluids)? Well that’s okay: just as the world needs more doctors and nurses, so we also need the people who can support them.
Here are some promising careers in the medical field with limited amounts of gore.