Let Yourself Be Known During Your Job Search

Create a name for yourself in the community whether in your hometown or out in cyberspace.

As you may have heard in the past “Is not what you know but who you know” I’ll go and add something else to the equation, which many forget and might be even more powerful than anything else you may do and that is; who knows you!

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Job Skills – Your New Training Could Be Closer Than You Think

When it comes to finding new job skills, learning how to search for careers, or being more prepared for what the working world has to offer, you can find many different resources to get the information and training that you need. One of the best resources that you’ll find considering that all of the information and help that you get is free, is your local library. Having the library on your side is a great way to get help in your career search or skill building without having to pay money to take classes or buy resourceful tools that might help.

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Are Part Time Jobs Better Than Full Time Ones?

Do you think that if you had two jobs, both for a part of a full workday, that you would be far better off than if you had just one full-time job? Now you can answer this question with incredulity that anyone could manage find two regular part-time jobs in this economy that paid well. Or you could dismiss this question as unrealistic for the fact that it seems to assume that there is enough time in anyone’s day for two jobs. While unavailability of time and jobs could be good arguments against the question, in an economy where many employers can no longer afford to hire full-time, getting part-time jobs is often the only option. But since you need a full-time income, getting a second job can be the only available avenue for you. To many people, allowing themselves to accept two part-time jobs places them in areas of work that they really enjoy. So how do you balance all of this?

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Nurse Educator Programs

There has never been a better time than now embark on a career as a nurse educator. This is due to the growing shortage of qualified nursing instructors which has made the career outlook for nurses interested in teaching a really strong option. Nowadays, a large proportion of nurses are looking to make the transition over to a teaching career, so much so that many nursing schools across the globe are struggling to deal with the demand.

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How to Keep Your Life on Track When You Lose Your Job

It’s common today for people to experience several job changes throughout the life of their career. Gone are the days when employment in one place is regarded as the stable norm. Paternalism might still reign in the workplace in some form, but no longer when it comes to guaranteeing anyone a job for life. Younger people in the work force expect job changes and make them. A good economy allows these men and woman to shop around for better employment, but it can be very rough sailing when the economy is in bad shape. Whether your single, living together or a married couple, losing your job is high on the stress list!

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