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  • 1). Someone Else  By : Nan S. Russell
    "I'm sorry, but I have to vent. It was a horrible day at work," began my friend on our monthly catch-up call. "We've all been there," I offered. "Yeah, but not like this." As a substitute instructional aid, she'd been asked to assist teachers on a field trip for 275 fifth graders to celebrate the successful completion of a testing week. Her bus was the last unloaded and by the time she entered the skating rink, it was chaos.
    article related to: working, success, winning, attitude, career

  • 4). Ace a Job Interview  By : jdresse
    If you are job hunting and want to land a great opportunity it is extremely important to ace the job interview. While a job resume is important to get you into the door, in order to get the job of your dreams, you must first ace the job interview. Here are some tips on doing well with the interview process. A job interview is for the employer to meet with you to make sure you have the skills necessary to perform the job competently and also make sure that your personality will be a great fit with the company.
    article related to: job interview, career

  • 5). Distance Learning Is Not For Everyone  By : Samuel Murray
    Distance learning is a great advance forward in making education more accessible to millions of Americans who would simply not have the time or resources to obtain a college degree or technical certificate. It allows people from all over the country, even in remote or rural areas to plug into technology that lets them learn, at their own speed and on their own time.


  • 6). Finding The Right People For The Job  By : Sintilia Miecevole
    If you are a manager, one of the most stressful aspects of your job is finding good people to fill available positions in your company. Whether you work in a small business or for a large corporation, hiring new personnel can be a hard process to manage. There are many things to consider when you are reviewing resumes and arranging interviews, but if you attention to some key factors, you will typically find a successful match for your needs.
    article related to: people

  • 7). Re-entering the Workforce  By : DavidPierce
    There are many people in the world who decide to put there careers on hold for whatever reason. The reason run the gamut, and we will discuss some of them now. One of the most common reason for putting a career or education on hold is becoming a parent full-time. This is one of the most difficult jobs a person can have but the most common nevertheless.
    article related to: employment, motivational, online degree, schools, education

  • 8). Tips For Getting Your Dream Job  By : Herb Lazarus
    No one wants to toil out the majority of their days in a job that pays poorly and from which you derive no sense of joy or satisfaction. Most of us dream of a job in one field or another that allows us to live comfortably and still have a sense of accomplishment and a fulfillment of purpose at the end of the day. The good news is, those jobs are out there, but you will have to follow some basic rules in order to land the job of your dreams.


  • 9). The Joy Of Retirement  By : Robert Thatcher
    You just spent 30 years making reports, fielding phone calls, filing papers, and pacifying your boss at the office. At the end of each day, you find your energy gradually waning as you reach that point wherein you wanted to declare the last part of your work — retirement. Retirement is when an individual feels like withdrawing from their occupation to find some time for their selves and contemplate on how much he or she has earned or saved.
    article related to: retirement

  • 10). PDA Nursing Software  By : heavyd
    Nursing software for the PDA has helped streamline many tasks for the nurse. With so much nursing software available for the PDA, doctors, patients, and even the student nurse can benefit greatly because of instant access to information vital to many areas of nursing. Some nursing software PDA programs and their benefits are listed below. . Frye's.
    article related to: pda nursing software, nursing software, software for nurses, nursing, nurses

  • 12). How to Win your Job Interview?  By : Chris Wells
    After studies are over and you have survived through your prom night, you focus on one thing: where to use that tremendous amount of information you possess now. Certainly, you look for a job to realize your ambitious plans and reach your potential you were told so much about at university. There are several points to consider before applying for a job and submitting your Curriculum Vitae to your potential employer.
    article related to: employer, vacancy

  • 13). Military Careers: 10 Extraordinary Reasons Why People Join The Military  By : Mary Murtha
    It is hard to live with guns. This must have been the reason why many parents despise their son’s or even daughter’s decision to join the military. But those who persist in joining this institution insist the feeling is what they call “a call of duty.” This is when they feel they need to protect and fight for their beloved country. However, some researchers had found out that people who join the military have mixed emotions, mixed sentiments and various reasons.
    article related to: military careers, military info, military

  • 15). Make Your Resume Count!  By : Dana Goldberg
    How many people do you think apply for each of the jobs that you see listed online or in the newspaper? Every single one of those jobs is going to get at least a few hundred applicants, I am serious! That is why you need to make sure that your resume is one of a kind, that your resume is so fantastic that the employer is going to be driven to read it all the way through.
    article related to: resume, jobs, career, employment

  • 16). The Best Defense - Difficult Interview Questions  By : Joel Vance
    In an interview, worrying about your perceived inadequacies, or what can be viewed as negative items on your history of employment, will get you nowhere. In fact, having a negative focus on things often comes through in the way you answer. interview questions, and even in your body language. An applicant who shifts, plays with things like their shirt cuffs, or who loses track of the subject under discussion, is sabotaging their own chance at success.
    article related to: interview questions, job interview questions

  • 17). For Those Who Want To Become Daytraders....  By : Frank Hague
    So you'd like to earn your living DayTrading? You have all heard the stories of losing DayTraders running down the streets shooting people? During the heady .com days prior to 2001, (when Bush became president,) there were stocks, 3 or 4 times a week that went up from 30 to 200% a day. It was possible, if you knew what you were doing, to check before the market opened to see which stocks were running in real time and why.
    article related to: day trading, stock market, stock trading

  • 18). Common Job Interview Questions And Answers  By : Stu Pearson
    In preparing for a job interview it is important to list and plan your answers ahead of time so that you don’t panic when the time comes. Jotting down some of the possible questions and then figuring out the best answer for each will help to boost your confidence. There are ten interview questions that often times are the downfall of job seekers, especially if they are caught off guard.


  • 20). Career Track: Becoming An Engineer  By : John Daye
    The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics defines engineers as those who “apply the theories and principles of science and mathematics to research and develop economical solutions to technical problems.” In other words, engineers are the ones who solve complex problems for the rest of us. There are approximately 1.5 million engineers in the U.S. today. Engineering is a challenging job with decent pay (an engineer’s pay is higher than most with just a bachelor’s degree).
    article related to: engineering career, career in engineering

  • 24). Career Builder: Using Job Boards For More Than Jobs  By : Alesia Benedict, CPRW, JCTC
    If you are like most job seekers, you have registered your resume on the major online job boards such as Career Builder, Monster, TheLadders.com, Headhunter, etc. But are you aware of the plethora of good information and job search tools that are available on these sites in addition to job listings? Take CareerBuilder.com for example. The main navigation pages at Career Builder are “Home”, “Find Jobs”, “Post Resumes”, “Job Alerts”, “My Career Builder”, “Advice and Resources”, and “Career Fairs”.


  • 25). Tips for Cover Letters to Get More Interviews  By : Heather Eagar
    Here’s a tip for cover letters to get more interviews. Use a bulleted format cover letter rather than a standard letter in paragraphs. The bulleted format is more eye catching, and is more likely to be glanced at by the hiring manager or other person assigned to sort through resumes. This format will help you get your resume seen by more people and as a result get more interviews and more job offers.
    article related to: resumes, cover letter, job, career

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