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An embarrassing situation call attention to a person's vulnerability, whether the person is a supervisor, worker, supplier or boss customer. You may find yourself facing an unpleasant task of deciding whether to tell someone about the cause of potential embarrassment so he can rectify it, or making yourself uncomfortable for not taking action. According to a career service director he emphasizes the importance of handling delicate situation well, skilled communication improves advancement potent...
Published by Jessie Agudo 48 months ago in Office Relationships & Politics | +2 votes | 0 comments
In today's tight economy, many recent college graduates struggle to find employment. After completing high school, American students are looking at options and choosing a career path. Science and technology are changing so rapidly that many students question what types of jobs will still be available when they graduate. As fresh thinkers with new ideas, courage and confidence, young people play an important role in any business. Shutting out their voices because they lack experience is a big mis...
Published by Marlene Affeld 48 months ago in Career Management & Promotions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Create a comfortable and spacious place to study. Choose a location that allows you to spread out and work and a place where you are comfortable sitting for extended periods of time. Make sure there is adequate lighting and room to write and work on papers. Developing essential study skills involves beginning to practice good studying habits and then continuing to assert these skills in your hectic schedule and everyday life. As an undergraduate student myself, I am well aware of how difficult ...
Published by Cameron Davis 48 months ago in College & College Life | +2 votes | 0 comments
A career as a train conductor has many responsibilities. They receive extensive training and work long hours. Railroad conductors must sacrifice being away from their families at night, weekends, and even holidays. They are also responsible for the safety of the train’s passengers and to make sure that the cargo arrives at its destination. Have you ever dreamed of being a train conductor or are considering a career in this field? You may be wondering what are the responsibilities and dut...
Published by Latresha Byrd 48 months ago in Careers | +0 votes | 0 comments
As you open your report card or review your grades online your heart begins to pound.  Your heart drops when you notice that you have failed a class or didn’t get the grade you wanted.  If you are a college student this is a big deal.  If you have failed a class, you will have to take it over.  Also, if your grades have affected your GPA, you may lose your scholarship or grant; and or placed on academic probation or suspension. 
Published by Latresha Byrd 48 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Failing a college class can be a scary and stressful experience. If you ignore the problem you could lose your financial aid, have a lower GPA, and have a negative reflection in the future. If you know that you are in danger of failing a college class, the following article gives advice on how to get help in your college courses.
Published by Latresha Byrd 48 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Today's job market is challenging. You have the perfect resume, sent out dozen of resumes, and you have the credentials. However, you are not getting an invitation to an interview. Instead of spinning your wheels so to speak, it is time to examine why you aren't getting called for an interview. The following article gives suggestions on how you can improve on your resume, cover letter, and other important skills in the job search process.
Published by Latresha Byrd 48 months ago in Job Searching | +0 votes | 0 comments
As a college student the number one challenge is money. While some students may receive financial support from family, many students face the challenges of paying for their education on their own. If you are looking for a summer job but aren't sure where to start or wanting to do something different than working in retail or at a fast food restaurant; here are some suggestions on where to look for your next summer job.
Published by Latresha Byrd 48 months ago in College & College Life | +0 votes | 0 comments
Japanese education system is similar to western systems. All the schools follow a standard curriculum which is approved by the Japanese Ministry of Education. The students study only the prescribed text books and there is no room for innovation or reading other than the approved text books. This makes for a highly centralized education system. But there is a change coming now and other forms of schooling are coming up
Published by Madan G Singh 49 months ago in Schools & Education | +1 votes | 0 comments
If you are a parent looking for ways to get your teen off the couch and away from the TV, video games, or computer, the following article offers suggests on where to find seasonal and summer jobs. This article covers seasonal and summer jobs for teens living in the Boston, Massachuesetts area.
Published by Latresha Byrd 49 months ago in Job Searching | +0 votes | 0 comments
Search for a suitable job is a great challenge in one's life. Unless you are well equipped you cannot face this great challenge of securing a job. You have to be aware of the qualifications and characters expected from you. There are professionally developed psychometric tests that are available today. You can be confident and face the interviews with the help of developing your skills in the psychometric tests.
Published by +Paulose 49 months ago in Job Searching | +1 votes | 0 comments
One always has to keep hos resume up to date so that job seekers have more opportunity and are not cast aside. Also one does not want to let someone else get the job with less experience because their resume is better than yours. Training and targeted job searches are two key factors in finding employment.
Published by Martin Dansky 50 months ago in Job Searching | +1 votes | 0 comments
The Resumator is a great tool that companies can use to make the hiring process easier. The Resumator will automate posting new job openings, gathering resumes, and keeping track of the entire hiring process. You will also get a fully functional website with your company logo and colors. With your career website, job candidates can answer pre-designed questions or questions you design. Job applicants can apply directly to your job openings from your website. The Resumator gives you the following...
Published by Sam Montana 50 months ago in Job Searching | +0 votes | 0 comments
Some friends and colleagues of mine are asking me how I get connected with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts or NCCA. To be honest, I do no™t know anyone in the commission because it is a national office. I worked with the Department of Education (DepEd) and currently stationed in one of the provinces of Central Luzon. It was through the Internet that I became part of one of the many projects of NCCA.
Published by Nobert Bermosa 50 months ago in Schools & Education | +1 votes | 0 comments
If you've decided to pursue your Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Online, congratulations! You have decided to make an investment not only in your present, but in your future, which will help you to obtain a better paying job and obtain a better position in life. However, if you're looking for an online certificate training course, you probably don't have much time to spare, which means you might not do all of your due diligence when choosing a program. Here are some things to look for ...
Published by Anna K 51 months ago in Career Changes | +0 votes | 0 comments
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