Career Advice

What Jobs Let You Off for the Holidays?

Only Partly February 21, 2018

When you go about finding a new job, there are many factors to take into consideration. For starters, you will want to consider how much you are going to make as well as the types of benefits provided. For example, you may find that it is perfectly reasonable to take a lower-paying job as long as health insurance is provided rather than taking a position that pays more but doesn't provide benefits.

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Using Your Skills as a Mother to be a Better Employee

Only Partly January 19, 2018

A lot of people fail to realize that the skills they have as a parent can be used in the workplace to be a better employee. For all of you mothers out there who are wanting to use your motherly skills in your place of employment, here is a quick look at a few ways to accomplish this goal.

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Tips for Working for a Family-Owned Company

Only Partly December 28, 2017

There are two types of employees when working for a family-owned company. You either are a member of the family or you aren't. Either way, though, there are certain things to expect. Let's take a quick look at a few tips you can follow to help you build a successful career when working for a family-owned business.

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Is Job Training Needed for All Medical Jobs?

Only Partly November 24, 2017

If you are looking for a job in the medical industry, it is important to understand that extensive training will likely be required. Even medical jobs that don’t involve anything but paperwork usually require a lot of training before you can begin, such as the job of medical coding. Let’s take a quick look at four medical jobs and the training they require.

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2020 Job Market Predictions and Analysis

Only Partly October 24, 2017

Knowing what the job market will look like in a few years can help you make wise educational and career choices today. Following is a peek into what experts are saying about the 2020 job market.

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