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Job Options Which Open Up When You Become A Truck Owner

June saw unemployment in America rise to 4%, according to the Labor Department. This increase is likely due to May seeing 2.4% of employees quit their jobs, the highest figure in more than 17 years. Therefore, if you’re one of the 7 million unemployed Americans, you’ll be keen to start earning cash again as soon as […]

The Importance Of Communication In The Workplace

Humans communicate. It’s what they do. Sometimes communication is simple and comes easily, and sometimes communication is difficult and takes much work to make it happen effectively. It can be even more difficult in the workplace to keep the lines of communication open when you have so many things going on at once. Everyone knows […]

An Employer’s Guide: Bullying in the Workspace and How You Can Make it Stop

Bullying tends to be something we associate with the playground but unfortunately, bullying doesn’t end when our school days are over. Bullying in the workplace is a common problem and it can create an unpleasant working environment which will negatively impact employee morale. So what can you do to tackle bullying in the workplace? The […]

Looking for a Job? – TheEmployable’s Top Tips for Choosing a Jobs Board

For the past number of years, as we are all aware, many employers and recruitment agencies alike have tended to advertise their vacancies on one or more of the many online jobs boards that exist. Although there has been a lot of press recently on the decline of the Jobs Board, it is not going […]

Your CV, How to make a good first impression

Making a good first impression with your CV- 3 Key things to consider It’s well documented that recruiters make up their mind about a candidate within the first ten seconds of an interview.  Whether or not this is true, it does highlight the important role which first impressions have to play in today’s highly competitive […]

Tools

The Right Tools Will Make Your Career

In all career paths, there are certain tools you will need to be the best at your job. We tend to think of those tools as things like a college education or communication skills. However, there are physical tools that you need to have on hand. The accountant needs the calculator and the teacher needs […]

How to become an Occupational Therapist

Now, in something of an ironic twist, we tackle the ups and downs, ins and outs involved in becoming an Occupational Therapist. So what exactly is an Occupational Therapist Most people will have heard of this career but probably have only a vague knowledge of what one is and what they actually do. Luckily TheEmployable […]

How to Become a Typist

You would be forgiven for imagining, that pretty much anyone who is proficient in the use of a keyboard could make a successful application for a typist position…but you’d be wrong. Whilst of course, typing prowess is a major component of what makes a good typist, there are many more things which need to be […]

What can you do with a teaching degree?

Whether you’re completing your final exams, or you’ve recently celebrated your graduation, the likelihood is that you’ll be considering your next step.  While its no secret that the newly qualified find the first year particularly challenging, a teaching degree opens many doors. You’ll have gained a great deal of skills during your time at university, […]

How to Become A Pharmacist

If you have a passion for working in the healthcare sector and helping people stay healthy; a job as a pharmacist may be a good fit for you. A pharmacist is a licensed, specially trained part of a healthcare team and works in conjunction with doctors and other medical professionals with expertise in dispensing and […]

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