Resume Help, Resume Advice. Learn
												and avoid these biggest resume mistakes

Archive for the ‘Career’ Category

 

Finding Work As a Home-based Medical Billing Specialist

June 11th, 2011

As the health care industry continues to grow the demand for qualified and well trained medical billing specialist grows as well.

Share/Bookmark

Read full article      No Comments

Want a Dream Resume? Learn a New Language

December 17th, 2010

More and more, it is becoming extremely beneficial to know a foreign language in today’s tough job market. Any kind of edge helps now more than ever in this economy, and one of the most sought-after and respected skills that can give you the upper hand is knowing a foreign language.

Read full article      3 Comments »

Why is A Nursing Assistant Career so Attractive?

August 4th, 2010

A career as a nursing assistant is not considered to be a glamorous job.  You will assist patients with activities of daily living. The hours are sometimes long and the work can be hard.  Even so, working as a nursing assistant can be an attractive career choice.

Read full article      2 Comments »

Is Medical Assistant the Perfect Career for You?

July 19th, 2010

Going just by the indication of the name, it is pretty clear that the job of a medical assistant is to take care of medical documents and reports safely. Both in small and large hospitals you can see these assistants doing work right from the basic responsibilities to the clinical and medical aspects of the work. Now days, medical assistants can choose from a lot of specific departments in which they can specialize in. Some specialties include optometric, orthodontic, orthopedic, physician or in the general field of medical studies.

Read full article      15 Comments »

Office Gossip: How Spreading the Word Can Get You the Axe

July 9th, 2010

There is a long-standing tradition amongst office-workers of gathering at the water cooler to sip coffee and discuss who got drunk and rowdy at the office party, who blew a big deal by sending the wrong report, or which co-workers have been getting cozy on the copy machine. And while office gossip is generally in good fun, the wrong rumor could not only cause a lot of trouble for those it is about, it could also get the messenger shot (that would be you). So here are a few things you should avoid chewing over, no matter how juicy the tidbits.

Read full article      4 Comments »

Alternatives to Waiting Tables in College

May 5th, 2010

If you are like most college students, you have probably found that you face limited options when it comes to working while in school. This could be due to several factors, including balancing work with a school schedule, inadequate access to transportation, and a lack of experience. But predominantly, you probably have a very restricted time frame to devote to employment, between classes and studying (and let’s face it, pounding Red Bull can only get you so far and then you need some sleep). Unfortunately, this means that you suffer the same fate as most of our nation’s brightest minds, which is to say, you are stuck spending four years waiting tables, slinging greasy fast food, or competing for campus jobs. However, if you made it to college in the first place, chances are you have more options than you realize. Here are a few alternatives to the food service industry that you may not have considered (or even heard of).

Read full article      1 Comment »

Challenges and Solutions – How to present during your second interview

March 18th, 2010

How many people do you suppose go into an interview with solutions to the challenges that your prospective company is facing? Or the challenges that the person conducting the interview is facing? Now having solutions would presuppose that one also knows what those challenges are. Yet imagine, how powerful the interview presentation would be if one knew the challenges and had the solutions going into an interview. What kind of leg up would that give you?

Knowing what the challenges are.

Read full article      No Comments

Top 8 Green Careers – Stay Ahead With Promising Green Careers

March 16th, 2010

In today’s unpredictable economic conditions when unemployment has reached an all- time high, green careers might be the best option for many, especially for those who are environmentally conscious. In an effort to sustain our environment massive investments have been made to promote “green-collar” jobs like environmental engineers, foresters and green-tech entrepreneurs.

Read full article      3 Comments »

Is Pride Getting In The Way Of Getting You A New Job?

March 11th, 2010

The recession has not done the world any favours when it comes to unemployment and although the recession has apparently been deemed as “over”, it would certainly seem that many people are still out of work and struggling each week to get by.

Read full article      1 Comment »

Availability of Career Opportunities Abroad

March 9th, 2010

Employment opportunities have changed dramatically in the last few years. The global recession has hit several countries and the corporate companies in the financial and construction sectors. Despite these conditions, the Middle East particularly in the UAE has remained firm and has recovered since then. Still, expatriates from the UK, the rest of Europe, and Asia have shown interest in Dubai as the economic market keeps on improving in the last couple of months.

Read full article      No Comments

Salary Range for Accounting Jobs

March 3rd, 2010

The accounting salary range can vary quite a bit throughout the field, but even at the lower end of the pay spectrum, there are great opportunities in this field. Accounting careers have experienced rapid growth in recent years, with jobs ranging from accountants to auditors to CPAs in all types of urban, suburban and rural areas of the country. There is a need for accounting professionals everywhere, and it is a great time to train for a solid career in this important field.

Read full article      4 Comments »

What Does Your Online Profile Say About You?

February 25th, 2010

No doubt you have heard the term personal branding. Once upon a time only companies had to worry about their brands. Now individuals do as well, especially individuals who are open to or actively seeking new job opportunities.

Read full article      2 Comments »

The Ins and Outs of Approaching Your Company’s Competition For a Position

February 16th, 2010

The Ins and Outs of Approaching Your Company’s Competition For a Position

Read full article      1 Comment »

Where Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Your Education and Experience Matter

February 11th, 2010

Where Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Your Education and Experience Matter

Read full article      No Comments

 
Resume Help, Resume Advice. Learn
and avoid these biggest resume mistakes
 
Resume Help, Resume Advice. Learn
and avoid these biggest resume mistakes