Are Gunsmiths a Dying Breed?

Career Alley

As far as careers go Gunsmithing is a highly specialized field. Typically it is those who appreciate firearms, use them, and take care of them that find a career in gunsmithing rewarding. Though there is a decline in privately owned gunsmith shops, career opportunities are available for aspiring gunsmiths. Many sporting goods stores, law enforcement agencies, the military and firearms manufacturers employ gunsmiths. Good luck in your search.

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Professional Social Networking

Career Alley

You see this often with people lying about military experience or where they attended college, just because it looks good on their resume – but more often than not, the truth ends up coming out. When professionally networking, and applying for jobs, your recommendations are very important to possible future employers. There are two types of recommendations that will help you in your job search – character references, and skill references. Good luck in your search.

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Guides From Experts: 25 Ways to Land a Job

Resume Bear

However, as the below 25 new school ways to land a job will show you, the newly and experienced unemployed still have much to offer and a whole new way in which to market themselves in. Useful for every job from managerial to even the specialty ones. New School Ways to Land a Job by an Expert. These bloggers dust off a few old school ways to land a job that are still a must for anyone on the hunt. How to Find a Job. 5 Things to Stop Doing in Your Job Search.

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Ep 93 – Why You Should Hire Employees with Criminal Backgrounds

Workology

Stephanie Hammerwold is the co-founder of Pacific Reentry Career Services. military who began enlisting soldiers with criminal convictions. Stephanie talks us through Ban the Box which eliminates the criminal conviction question on the job application. The WOTC process for employers is a little complex and she recommends contacting someone at your state agency and accountant to work out a plan and process.

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7 Tips To Starting a New Job Successfully | ResumeToReferral.com

Resume to Referral

Home About Free Mags Jobs Resume Services Advertise « Preparing for a Job Interview: What NOT To Do The Odyssey Of The Salary Offer » 7 Tips To Starting a New Job Successfully Guest Article by Randy Block Congratulations! All of that work of looking for a job has paid off, handsomely. Often people don’t make this effort because they feel they’ll be in the new job for a long time. Give precise meaning to your job.

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Resumes Are Not Just For the Unemployed!

Career Rocketeer

If you’re an unemployed professional it’s a no brainer that you need to make the investment in a professionally-prepared resume as part of your job search portfolio in order to stand out above the competition. Even if the more accurate unemployment rate is somewhere around 15% to 20%, this means at least 8 out of 10 Americans of working age have a job. Advertise on Career Rocketeer.

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The Odyssey Of The Salary Offer | ResumeToReferral.com

Resume to Referral

Home About Free Mags Jobs Resume Services Advertise « 7 Tips To Starting a New Job Successfully Two Amazing Cover Letters 99% Of All Job Seekers Will Never Discover… (and how to use them to land your dream job) » The Odyssey Of The Salary Offer Guest Article By Randy Block You’ve made it through several rounds of interviews. Know Yourself Understanding your career values, what you love to do and the definition of your value proposition are imperative.

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