April 21, 2014

Rewards of a Nursing Career as a Psychiatric Nurse

Rewards of a Nursing Career as a Psychiatric Nurse

We all have a purpose in life, a dream to become successful, and pursue a career we love. For some, it may be becoming an artist, for others, it may be working at Wall Street, but for me it was joining the healthcare sector and working as a Psychiatric nurse. My choice of joining the healthcare sector was not just based upon facts, but also stemmed from my passion and desire to help people in need.

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Seasoned Sales Professional Shares Job Search Secrets

Seasoned Sales Professional Shares Job Search Secrets

A veteran salesperson with a history of successful job hunting strategies reveals how to land interviews. Learn from the successes and the failures of this Sales Pro. Among many important things pointed out by him, he says, “I have always made sure to have an updated resume but to also tailor it specifically for each job, highlighting skills that are important to the position for which I am applying.”

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CSI and Veteran Explains Job Search Advice

CSI and Veteran Explains Job Search Advice

In this interview, a CSI (Crime Scene Investigator) explains the techniques that helped him on his most recent job search. Noteworthy advice includes developing strong social networks, using refined job board searches and selling yourself during the interview process.

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Interview with a Machinery Technician

Interview with a Machinery Technician

Considered pursuing a career in manufacturing? This interview will take you through the ups and downs you can expect, what it takes to land the job, what you can expect to earn and more. Dave, a 45-year-old white male who has worked in the manufacturing industry for over 25 years, describes how the current economy and socio-economic political climate has affected both him and the manufacturing industry as a whole.

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Career Advice of a Sign Language Interpreter

Career Advice of a Sign Language Interpreter

Being a sign language interpreter requires extensive knowledge of both American Sign Language and the English language. It also involves having intimate knowledge of the Deaf community, its members and the rules regarding interactions. This is a true career story and is one of many interviews with bilingual professionals.

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