• Police Officer. Somebody has to work around the clock to keep dark streets,… Read More
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Teaching is undeniably one of the greatest (and most underrated) professions mankind has ever conceived. Since the beginning of time, teachers have been the most influential people in developing a person’s mind, instilling values, beliefs and principles, as well as shaping up careers and inclinations. The teaching profession is indeed one of the noblest jobs in the world. Although teachers don’t go into teaching careers just for the money, a good paycheck can certainly add to the motivation. Some cities in the U.S. are more generous in showing their appreciation for the enormous responsibility that teachers carry on their shoulders.… Read More
Do you prefer to be left alone to work in peace? No worries. Some people feel that they can be more productive working alone – and some jobs even require a lot of quiet. Although it may seem difficult in the real world nowadays with all the blaring noise and people incessantly chatting, there are jobs out there for people who’d rather be on their own while working. I managed to list some of those jobs in Part 1 of this article, but somehow missed others that actually fit the bill. Enjoy the list!
1. Undertaker. Not exactly a traditional profession, but it does offer a lot of peace and quiet. Sure,… Read More
Getting a job interview could mean you’re one step closer to your dream job. There’s just one big hitch… you’re not getting any calls or e-mails. It’s baffling; you’re pretty sure you have all the qualifications for that open position with exceptional skills and experience to boot. So why isn’t the phone ringing? Why is there no new e-mail from the company? What could be wrong?
1. You’re underqualified/overqualified. You just have to be realistic. No matter how perfect you think you are for the position, it’s possible that you simply don’t fit the job. If you have a doctorate degree… Read More
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Industrialization has made engineering an ever-booming industry with the highest demand for jobs, and one of the most competitive ones, as a result. Hundreds of engineers apply for various engineering positions and in such competitive situation, you need to create your resume in such a way that it stands out from the rest. If you want to get your dream job, here are some areas you have to focus on when writing your engineering resume.
• Your best projects. An engineering job is basically project-oriented, so your resume has to be structured with that in mind. You may have worked on numerous projects… Read More
Here are 3 ideas you can chew on to give your job search a shot in the arm:
Go out and meet people. After you’re done setting up your online profile on social networks and announcing that you’re on the lookout for a job, get personal. Gathering leads from personal contacts can be very effective… Read More
Your resume should be simple yet comprehensive enough… Read More