New Job or New Career: Planning Your Next Move in a Tough Economy

Ms. Career Girl

There are a number of options that neatly everyone can take advantage of to improve the quality of their career. If you find that you are dissatisfied with your job, you many wonder whether you should begin the search for a new job or change career paths entirely.

Will You Be Shut Out of Popular Education and Career Choices? 3 Tips for Career Planning Success

Career Key

When changing careers or choosing a career , you may be considering a career option in which many people are interested. Competition to get into some education programs required forin-demand careers can be stiff. Dig deep into choosing a career , college major and training program– as early as possible. 3 Tips for Career Planning Success: 1. Fully research your career options, including relatedoccupations.

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You’ve Got The Job! What’s Next?

Ms. Career Girl

Career Girl. Insurance. When you’re young and still have that youthful delusion of invincibility, insurance can seem like an unnecessary financial burden. What’s important to remember is the basic reason behind insurance. Career Girl. insurance

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Mistakes Not to Make When Starting a Business

Career Alley

Do you have all the necessary insurances, including workers compensation insurance? Career Opportunities career planning Careers self help Self Improvement Businesses that don’t succeed can’t tell us what went wrong.

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Is It Time to Be Your Own Boss?

Career Alley

Health insurance is a bigger expense for the self employed than getting it through a company. 3 Signs It’s Time for a Career Change. Career advice Career Planning Careers Advice Career Advisor Guest Posts

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Changing Career Paths as You Age

Career Alley

It can be challenging to choose a career at a young age and continue the same path all the way to retirement. Here are some examples of people who have changed careers with time. Her first career affected millions of people. Related posts: Five Unusual Vocational Career Paths.

2013 280

Dental Career Overview for Community College Students

Career Alley

The dental professional has remained strong even through the recent economic downturn and is considered a promising career area for the future. Anyone interested in health care and personal aesthetics might especially want to consider a career in the dental industry. Some of the factors that point to dentistry’s strength as a career include: Anticipated improvements in dental care insurance coverage. Related posts: Different Career Opportunities in the Dental Industry.

Not Your Parents’ Job: Five Careers that Didn’t Exist a Decade Ago

Career Alley

Whether you’re a graduate on your first employment hunt or a young professional looking for a career change, you want to pick a job that’s got a future. Pick a career in a new or developing field. That way, you can avoid career-killing situations, like getting sued for libel. This career choice marries ecological and economic sustainability: you perform cost/benefit analysis of government policies that deal with air pollution, water quality, waste, and global warming.

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Young and Out of Work? Check Out These Options!

Career Alley

This guest post is provided by Comparethemarket, a UK price comparison site that helps people save money on a range of financial products, including Life Insurance. Try a new industry : A career change, especially when you’re young, is a good choice if you are worried about being in the wrong field. 5 Great College Career Sites for Summer Interns. “ Success is falling nine times and getting up ten. ” – Jon Bon Jovi.

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Should you have a 5 Year Plan for your Career?

Ms. Career Girl

The post Should you have a 5 Year Plan for your Career? Career Girl. If you retrace your steps, you will find that your desires, choices and plans regarding a career path have evolved through the years. So is there any point to having an x-year plan for your career?

2016 179

Two (or More) Job Opportunities? – 18 Elements of Comparison – [Part 1 of 2]

Sklover Working Wisdom

It involved first identifying, and then weighing, her personal values, career planning, life goals and difficult choices. Life insurance may be the most important benefit for you, or perhaps it is employer assistance in purchasing a home. “It’s not hard to make decisions.

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Promising Careers 2011 Part 5: Enterprising Careers

Career Key

Explore these promising Enterprising career options , and consider how you might combine them with a growth industry (see my previous post on finding careers in high growth industries ). Job Outlook Hollands Theory Career Tips career information Green Jobs career exploration

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Would I benefit A Career Coach?

Resume Help Blog

Home Our Partners About Us Resume Writers Resume Help – Lesson #1 Resume Help – Lesson #2 Resume Help Blog Stand Out From The Crowd In Today's Job Market MBA Online Recent Posts Putting the Employer First Advice for New Graduates to Compete Successfully How To Save Money On Your Car Insurance The Anatomy of a Hostile Government Takeover – Obamacare at six months. February 13th, 2010 | Author: ResumeHelp What should you do if you need a career tune-up?

What Do I Want To Be When I Grow Up?

Career Realism

Getting married, having kids, paying mortgages, celebrating 30th birthdays, health insurance, 40th birthdays, none of these actually have much to do with my career… right? So, how do YOU , the career explorer, ensure that you’re able to meet your goals of being happy in your career?

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Resumes Are Not Just For the Unemployed!

Career Rocketeer

In my opinion, and the opinion of most career service professionals and recruiters, every professional, manager and executive needs a professional resume on hand at all times, especially if there are one or more job changes ahead until they reach their ultimate career goals.

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How to manage a college education | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

It would be so great, and helpful, if college career centers could be front and center in every student’s planning. But most career centers are useless, because most colleges presume you still need college to teach you how to think critically. So they can get away with having incompetent career centers. Here’s why career centers are terrible: Career centers cater to companies, not candidates. Career centers encourage this, so that companies are happy.

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