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How to become a Hairdresser

Hairdressing is a common career choice for many young adults and if you fancy becoming the cream of the crop and want to become a hairdressing professional, then read on to get the basics you’ll need to know. Without stating the obvious, a hairdresser is responsible for the styling and cutting of hair – simple as […]

5 Areas to Learn to Tackle a Career as an Electrical Engineer

  From working on small pocket devices to large electrical systems, an electrical engineer’s career path is extremely diverse. They are also required to work in laboratories, factories, mines, power stations, and many more industries. But apart from working with electrical equipment, there are some more essential spheres which you might not be aware of. Therefore, […]

Preparing for Interview – Top Tips for Researching a Company

“ So then, what do you know about us….” At most interviews I have ever been involved in, either as the interviewer or the interviewee, this question generally features at some point. It is virtually a given that it will be asked. Which is why it always puzzles me why people don’t always pay attention […]

What’s the Difference Between a Clinical Nurse Leader and a Nurse Manager?

As the health care landscape in America has changed, so has the role of nurses. While the primary function will always be to provide care to patients, nurses have also become a vital part of the health care delivery system. As the providers who often have the most direct interaction with patients and families, nurses […]

Where Can I Work With my Master’s in Healthcare Administration?

According the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), nearly 30 percent of all healthcare administrators work in a hospital setting. You’ve weighed the pros and cons of working in this environment, and decided seeking employment at your local hospital isn’t an ideal fit. At this point, you might feel utterly defeated, and left with a single, […]

Why your credit rating can impact your career

Changing your job can be stressful enough. You feel under the magnifying glass, analyzed and evaluated from every angle. Your experience, your recommendations, even the way you talk or your handwriting, all can contribute to the final hiring decision. On top of these, in some states, you can also worry about the impact your credit […]

Volunteering – the alternative way to improve your employability

It’s no secret that finding the job you deserve is tough in this day and age.  Whether you’re changing jobs to pursue a new direction, returning to work after a career break or you’ve just graduated, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd in the competitive job market. If you find yourself […]

Using Career Training To Boost Employability

If you want to get the best out of your workforce, or from yourself, then think like a sports coach. The best coaches don’t force their players to get better; they train them to be better athletes. The same goes for the workplace. You can train your employees to do their job in a faster […]

Graduating this summer? What happens next….

So, it’s coming up to that time of year again for many. Final exams lie ahead, followed by hopefully good results and then the long awaited graduation. But what happens next? For many students the last few years may have simply flown by without them having to spend much time thinking about the future. First […]

How to become a butcher

Perhaps not the most glamourous of careers, yet butchery has a rich and varied history which compensates abundantly for its less, shall we say, alluring aspects.   This truly ancient career traces its roots back to when humans first began to domesticate animals and the organised slaughter and subsequent preparation of livestock became so common […]

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