How can you highlight your accomplishments during an interview? How do you present yourself during an interview? How do you answer questions most effectively during an interview? In Part 1 of Interviewing Tips I will discuss each of these topics: Continue reading
While the entire nation continues to endure one of the most severe unemployment scenarios, the mood at the 74th annual conference of the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) is quite upbeat. This conference is the largest gathering of state administrators of employment services, several other related programs provided through public funds. In a nutshell, it is the forum of ideas exchange and learning between the practitioners, and a platform for the development of private and public relationships to address the critical needs of the America’s workforce, and in particular, provide for the short term needs of potential and displaced workers needing immediate help to weather the recession. Continue reading
If you have ever wondered how to further your educationwithout quitting your current job, there is good news.
The article “Professionals Can Improve Career Opportunities Through Advanced Degree Programs” shows opportunities that an individual can pursue online to get an advanced degree, which will be beneficial to his or her career. For example, Wyoming-based Stevens-Henager College, which provides various web-based certificates and degrees, has recently launched six new graduate programs that can be completed in 15 months. Opportunities such as this will help individuals further their education, setting themselves up for promotions and better pay.
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In today’s competitive job market, many professionals are pursuing advanced degrees. In order to further your education without interrupting your career, you should look for relevant online degree programs.
The article “Enrollment in Innovative Business Programs Can Lead to Better Qualified Professionals” details a great new program offered by schools such as Northcentral University, in which business professionals can advance their education and earn a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree. This allows students to specialize in several different fields, including advanced accounting, criminal justice, and marketing. Such an opportunity would surely give you an edge in today’s competitive market. To learn more, be sure to check out Innovative Business Programs Can Lead to Better Qualified Professionals now! Check out the Career Articles section on America’s Job Exchange for more great career advice.
If you are looking to further your education but are unsure about what to study, a great option is criminal justice. A degree in criminal justice can potentially set you up for a successful career in a variety of fields. The article “Criminal Justice Degrees Offer Many Career Opportunities” details online programs in criminal justice, as well as the different kinds of jobsyou can pursue with this degree.
Several schools, such as Mountain State University in Orlando, are offering online bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice, which can prepare individuals for high-paying jobs in government or with other organizations. Continue reading
As America celebrates Labor Day to pay tribute to the contributions of its workforce, the mood is anything but festive for millions of Americans. While shifts in the labor system has been occurring for years, the recent global recession has taken a far greater toll on the American worker than workers in any other developed nation. Since the beginning of 2007, unemployment in the US has increased by 5 percent compared to only 1 percent increase in France and Japan, and a 2 percent rise in Britain. In the same period unemployment rate remained mostly unchanged or even went down in the economies of China, India and Germany. American employers have responded to the recession with far more layoffs and staff reduction than those in other countries. Continue reading