Home » Archive

Articles in the Careers Category

Careers, Headline »

[24 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Ways To Pay For College And Not Move Home

With today’s economy and college tuitions constantly on the rise college students need part time jobs in addition to what their parents can afford to give them for daily spending and supplies such as books for college.
Many college students attend college on athletic or academic scholarships which takes care of a large portion of their college tuition. However, even with scholarships most students still need a par time job and help from home to cover incidental expenses. The average college student that comes from families with average to above average …

Careers, Headline »

[27 Mar 2013 | One Comment | ]
How Technology Has Revolutionized These 6 Career Fields

Technology brings about new inventions, gadgets and toys every single day, and these new ideas are changing the way we do our jobs every single day. The way we did our jobs today may become a thing of the past tomorrow and your career livelihood may depend on your ability to embrace technology.
Acting: Taking Creativity to the Next Level
Whether it’s Photoshopping your headshot or sending audition clips over YouTube, struggling actors are finding new ways to break into the industry. Many upcoming actors and writers are bypassing the expense of …

Careers, Headline, Personal Growth »

[11 Mar 2013 | 3 Comments | ]
Student Loan Forgiveness

Student loans allow millions of students in the United States to pursue an education they otherwise would have missed out on. However, a lot of students find that once they have finished with their education, servicing student education debt is harder than they thought. In such a situation, student loan forgiveness of any kind sounds like a very attractive proposition. In this article we talk about one type of federal student loan forgiveness – the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program from the federal government.
An Introduction to Public Service Loan Forgiveness …

Careers, Economy, Headline, Online Income »

[19 Feb 2013 | 2 Comments | ]
How To Use Social Media To Find A Job

Finding a job in the middle of a recession can be tricky, but it’s certainly not impossible. Today, access to the internet and social networks provide job searchers with a brand new tool for finding and securing the best work.
Let’s take a look at how you can use social media to increase your chances of finding a new job.
Tell your friends and family on Facebook that you’re looking for work
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Make your friends and family aware that you’re searching for work by …

Business, Careers, Headline, Personal Growth »

[1 Feb 2013 | 5 Comments | ]
Business Tips in Difficult Financial Times

While running a business when you are younger is not on everyone’s plate it does affect several people in their 20s. Knowing what to do when times are tough is important. Running things when a business is thriving is one thing, trying to do so when it is struggling is an entire different affair. Even if you are not in business or never plan to be, knowing some of these points can even help you in your own “business” so to speak, meaning your day to day life managing your …

Business, Careers, Headline, Personal Growth »

[17 Jan 2013 | 3 Comments | ]
Tips to Prepare for a Management Level Job Interview

A person will have several big days in their life and everyone’s definition of what makes a particular day big is different. For some people, it’s the day they graduate from college or when they get married. For others, it’s the day they become a parent. There is no question these moments are what make life tick, what defines us, shapes our happiness and keeps us going.

Switching from the personal to the professional, there are also key milestones in our work lives that can potentially be life changing. Unquestionably one of the most important of these is the interview.

Business, Careers, Headline, Important Reads, Investing »

[31 Dec 2012 | One Comment | ]
Six Tips for Climbing the Nonprofit Ladder

Six Tips for Climbing the Nonprofit Ladder
 
With over 100,000 people checking the job listings at Idealist.org daily, it is obvious that competition in the nonprofit space is fierce. A growing number of people are disillusioned with corporate structure and want to do something that makes a difference. This often translates into a move to a nonprofit job. With an estimated 43 percent of organizations opening positions in the next year, there is definitely work to be had, but many people start in internships or entry-level positions. How do you move …

Careers »

[8 Dec 2012 | One Comment | ]
Want to be an Administrator? Treat People Right

Becoming an administrator is something that many professionals aspire to. Whether it’s for the bump in salary or the prestige that comes with being a leader, administrative positions are in high demand in multiple fields.