How To Become A Loan Officer In New York

Career Realism

Anyone who has been thinking about becoming a mortgage loan officer in New York in 2014 should be taking action now instead of waiting any longer. Education. Mortgage lenders who sponsor loan officers in New York make a sizable investment in their futures.

How to make it in New York City

Penelope Trunk

I took the kids to New York City for a week, and while Melissa was trying to figure out what to do with the kids for the day I was working, she came up with this idea that my seven-year-old son should do an internship with a stylist.

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International Relations In New York City

Career Realism

Home to Broadway, Wall Street, a strong economy, and an impressive population to boot, New York City is the place where everything happens. According to the New York City Department of City Planning, the median age in 2011 was 35.5

International Relations In New York City

Career Realism

Home to Broadway, Wall Street, a strong economy, and an impressive population to boot, New York City is the place where everything happens. The Numbers According to the New York City Department of City Planning, the median age in 2011 was 35.5

Advance Your Education While Working? You Got This.

Ms. Career Girl

While it’s easy at the conceptual level to champion a commitment toward continued self-investment, the reality of furthering your education or training while remaining employed can be tricky. The post Advance Your Education While Working?

Are You Considering a Master’s Degree?

Careers Done Write

The programs offer new revenue streams (in many cases) for universities and, more importantly, break down the barrier to access for many students. If you want to read more on this interesting topic, check out this New York Times article, Master’s Degree is New Frontier of Study Online.

Why Smart People Are Stupid

Evil HR Lady

Education isn’t the only field where smart people act in dumb ways. The New York Post just ran an article titled “ The corporate ‘cure’ for sexual harassment only feeds the disease.”

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can I justify hiring someone who needs additional education to do.

Ask A Manager

About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager can I justify hiring someone who needs additional education to do the job? I know someone who I feel would make a great employee, is smart and would mesh well with the culture, but they would need additional education to be a generalist.

Accounting & CPA Degree Requirements You Should Know

Career Realism

Once you have met the educational requirements, you will then be eligible to take the CPA exam. New York University. You are now a CPA with the educational credentials to back it up. Check out these related articles: 3 Skills Recruiters Look For In New CPAs. Education Job Profiles cpa There is always a demand for certified public accountants.

3 Ways To Get Over Your “Useless” College Degree

Ms. Career Girl

I knew that even with a degree in the arts, I still had to bust my butt like every other starving artist in New York City. No one in my family had ever ventured into higher education, and I was motivated to be the first by any means necessary.

Does Education Still Matter? Yes and No

Career Realism

Today, I’d like to address the age-old question of education and employment. And, given today’s economy, how much does education matter? The New York Times reported the average college debt at graduation was $24,000 in 2009.

Are You The “New” 20-Something? Why?

Ms. Career Girl

Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Are You The “New&# 20-Something? by Nicole Crimaldi on August 31, 2010 Consider the following statistics from The New York Times’ most recent buzz worthy article, “ What is it About 20-Somethings? ” One-third of people in their 20s move to a new residence every year. Get more education! Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Home About Archives Write for Us!

Are You The “New” 20-Something? Why?

Ms. Career Girl

Blog Directory Contact Subscribe Are You The “New&# 20-Something? by Nicole Crimaldi on August 31, 2010 Consider the following statistics from The New York Times’ most recent buzz worthy article, “ What is it About 20-Somethings? ” One-third of people in their 20s move to a new residence every year. Get more education! Career Girl Marketing to Gen Y Women. Home About Archives Write for Us!

How to Use Facebook as a Job Search Tool

Career Solvers

Fill in all information about your work and education. Completing the work and education section on Facebook makes it much easier for people to understand your experience should you reach out to them for job opportunities.

What Does the Future of Education Look Like?

Water Cooler Wisdom

Although my son’s college education will likely be unrecognizable, we can speculate about changes that will take place over the next 10-15 years. MOOCs are not working that well because people only take one class at a time and then don’t finish it because it isn’t compelling,” says Erica Orange, Executive Vice President of New York-based business consultancy The Future Hunters and member of DeVry University’s Career Advisory Board. This isn’t his mother’s first grade class.

Increase Your Chances of Keeping your Salary Post Layoff

Career Key

skip to main | skip to sidebar The Career Key Blog Making a lifetime of smart career decisions about career options, college major and education choices, being self-employed, & the right career test. You might want to take the "lessons learned" approach to some new sobering statistics. Summertime at The Career Key ► May (2) Can’t Decide on a Career or Education Program? Green Jobs that Match Your Personality: New Unique.

Twitter can save your life | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

Yes, Twitter is a darling of the New York Times and frequents front pages of mainstream media. It used to be that the New York Times told you what was the news for that day. Later, the news of the day because so large that it would fill 10,000 New York Times every day. You can follow people who are good at finding the news you care about, and then you have a stream of information better than the New York Times — live, updating every minute.

FlexJobs: Where We Were and Where We’re Going

Ms. Career Girl

The most popular flexible job categories since FlexJobs’ launch in 2007 have consistently been medical and health , computer/IT , customer service , administrative , and education and training. education and training.

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Choosing a Career in the Humanities

Career Key

skip to main | skip to sidebar The Career Key Blog Making a lifetime of smart career decisions about career options, college major and education choices, being self-employed, & the right career test. My advice: read, plan ahead, and educate yourself on the reality of things. Summertime at The Career Key ► May (2) Can’t Decide on a Career or Education Program? Green Jobs that Match Your Personality: New Unique. Happy New Year from The Career Key!

Study: How Do Employers Manage Social Media?

Resume Bear

So if you haven’t already, now is definitely time to hop on the bandwagon and utilize social media to educate yourself and maybe even find some hidden job opportunities.

Jobs from the Best Companies to Work for Vol 10

Career Alley

CareerAlley Career advice, job search advice and job search site reviews Comments By Email Posts Jobs powered by Simply Hired « Incredibly Obvious Job Search Plan & Prepare for Your Interview » Jobs from the Best Companies to Work for Vol 10 “ You must do the thing you think you cannot do ” – Eleanor Roosevelt The job market in New York is heating up, with the big financial institutions leading from the front (okay, not all of them).

East of Unemployed (or West of Nowhere)

Career Alley

Just like everyone else. &# – Margaret Mead Summertime in New York. TEXT, TWEET, BLOG AND SURF YOUR WAY TO A NEW JOB – Okay, so this link is really for the “wandering texters&# I mentioned at the beginning of the post.

Ten Unconventional Job Search Tips & Strategies

Ms. Career Girl

Read books and self educate. Read as many books as you can about the industry you want to work in and continue to self educate even when the phone isn’t ringing for job interviews. In the US, small businesses provide 55% of all jobs and 66% of all net new jobs since the 1970s.

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Teaching Young People Value and What it Means to Their Career (And Yours)

Competitive Resumes

When the new quarters were released, mom and dad started a coin collection for them. On a visit to New York, they wanted me to take the collection back to the boys. This article was originally published on the Good Men Project !

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Women Over 50: Consider Starting A Business To Jump Start Your Career

Career Realism

Many of these women, highlighted in a recent New York Times article are highly skilled, from experienced attorneys to PhD holders. How about embarking on a new business to call your own. Women Over 50: Consider Starting A Business To Jump Start Your Career. CAREEREALISM.

#1 Thing College Students Must Do To Become Employable

Career Realism

I just finished reading an article in Crane’s New York Business titled Recent College Grads Face a Tough Job Market. The article quotes that 52% of New York City-based company heads will not be hiring fresh graduates at this time.

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

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog How to manage a college education Posted to: College students January 21st, 2010 Del.icio.us Digg Reddit StumbleUpon Tweet This Facebook The idea of paying for a liberal arts education is over. And he’s fascinating, and he’s educating himself through experience , which is what the Internet does not provide. Are you saying that public education is worse than private?

Impressions from DeVry University's Career Conference

Water Cooler Wisdom

  They certainly left with the perception thatDeVry is a thought-leader in career and workplace education that is front andcenter in helping people of all ages find and succeed in their dreamcareers.

Report on Millennials: Young, Underemployed & Optimistic

Resume Bear

Education and training have also changed in the recession. 69% of young college graduates who are working say that they have the education and training they need to get ahead.

When is it okay to use the F word? | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

Digg Reddit StumbleUpon Tweet This Facebook A lot of what I learned in college I learned from the New York Times. I’m not sure it was worth $40,000 a year, but to learn to read the New York Times when you are young is, actually, a great step toward being successful in adult life.

How To Keep Tough Interview Questions From Ruffling Your Feathers

Career Realism

Employers want to know how you think so they may ask you behavioral type questions like “Tell me how you would handle catching an employee stealing credit for their peer’s work” or “How would you count the number of manhole covers in New York City?”

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Careers In Data Science

Career Realism

And The New York Times says that data science “promises to revolutionize industries from business to government, health care to academia.”. million trees in New York City should be pruned and when.

Five things you can stop worrying about when you worry about getting a job

Penelope Trunk

More and more employers don’t care about your education. The New York Times paints this picture of the candidates and companies automating the sending and reading of resumes as a pantomime of a real screening process, except the stakes are real for everyone involved.

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Two Awesome LinkedIn Summary Examples (with Templates)

Blue Sky Resumes

4th paragraph: Summarize your education and any important work-related qualifications. Contact information: Explain that you’re exploring new opportunities and provide your phone number (if you have decided to include it).

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10 Worst Resume Fibs in Academic History

Resume Bear

When universities hire professors, it’s often a major investment, not just in the individual professor, but in projects and other ventures that the new hire may be involved in. In a competitive job market, resume lies have become more and more commonplace.

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Parents Think They Wasted Money on College Education

JT & Dale Talk Jobs

My parents think they wasted their money on my college education. 57th St, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10019. Dear J.T. and Dale: I graduated from college six years ago. Since then, I’ve had seven jobs in three industries. My family is disgusted with me.

2014 was the end of the workplace revolution

Penelope Trunk

Historical writing about the Colonial Era almost always charts gradual recognition that old European structures were inappropriate for the New World. The New York Times said it in 2014. The answer is that it’s in education. And right now, that sector is education.

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What Are Your Salary Requirements?

Professional Resume Services

Be sure to account for your education and experience. Location is important as well; salaries in New York City are generally far higher than in Trenton, Tennessee.

Silicon Valley CEO pleads no contest to beating his wife.

Penelope Trunk

There will be lots of talk about domestic abuse among educated, middle-class couples (and full-disclosure, I am part of that statistic ). The New York Times is full of stories that remind us that financial trouble is often mental, and always relative to peers.

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5 Steps to a Great Resume – Gathering Your Information – Lesson 1

Career Alley

I created the job requisition, contacted a few recruiters and we placed an ad in the New York Times. Education – You should gather the key facts about your education (especially if you have an advanced degree). Put Your Education to Work on Your Resume.