5 Step Roadmap To A Career In Transportation Management

Career Realism

Some of the best career opportunities in transportation management are with government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Transportation. Transportation managers who work in the public sector are also involved in the development of transportation policy.

Great Jobs in Medical, Information Technology, Engineering or Legal Professions

Resume Bear

Airline pilots, co-pilots and flight engineers pilot and navigate fixed-wing, multiengine aircraft, usually on scheduled air carrier routes, for the transport of passengers and cargo. They require Federal Air Transport certification and rating for the specific aircraft type used.

College Grad Financial Advice: Personality Traits of the Debt-Free Graduate

Career Alley

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a similar trend in federal unemployment, which grew by more than two percent during this same time span. And according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, there are approximately 37 million student loan borrowers with outstanding student loans today.

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5 Job Options For Military Veterans

Career Realism

Related: 10 Helpful Job Search Resources For Veterans. Transportation. The transportation field is broad and includes a variety of jobs, including train engineers, airline pilots, cruise ship captains, and long-haul truck drivers.

15 Tips for Cutting Expenses While Job Hunting - Jobacle.com BLOG.

Jobacle

If you had health insurance from your employer while you were employed, check into the Federal COBRA health insurance program. Tip #8: Lower Your Transportation Costs Avoid using your car for most trips -- ride a bike, walk or use public transportation instead.

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MEMO TO: New College Grads

Ms. Career Girl

We spend “left-over money” on technology gadgets, killer apps, insurance, transportation and recreation. Visit the exhibit booths armed with your resume and ask to see the hiring manager for your area of interest, sales, marketing, finance, technology, human resources, etc.

“Are employers required to reimburse internet expenses for home-based employees?”

Sklover Working Wisdom

There is no federal law that requires employers to reimburse their employees for employment-related expenses, and few state laws do so, either. For example, Massachusetts labor regulations require reimbursement to employees of “all transportation expenses” when the employer requires the employee to travel during the work day. Question: Dear Alan: I do all my work from home.

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Should You Test Potential Hires?

Water Cooler Wisdom

Second, pre-employment tests are subject to anti-discrimination regulations, and the federal agencies responsible for overseeing these regulations are increasingly interested in examining skills and personality assessments.   Talk to other human resources or hiring managers in other companies, or get advice from a third-party company or consulting psychologist specializing in these types of tests. 

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15 Air Fare Hacks That WILL Save You Money

Ms. Career Girl

Second , they put 100% of their resources into executing those methods. The US Department of Transport requires that all domestic and foreign airlines offer a 24-hour free cancellation policy for tickets purchased at least a week in advance of departure.

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Unemployment Extension Update

Corn on the Job

Reply 8 Mark S October 29, 2009 at 4:44 pm I would like to see the continuation of the THE FEDERAL COBRA PREMIUM REDUCTION along with the extension of unemployment benefits. I have a master’s degree in Human Resource Development, with more than 15 years experience, and even I am having difficulty securing a position. I’m afraid to tell employers I don’t have a car so I’m begging for work knowing full well transportation is going to be an issue.

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short answer Sunday: seven short answers to seven short questions

Ask A Manager

I know the ideal situation is to always address the applicable person by name, but in cases where this is not possible, is something along the lines of “Dear Human Resources&# acceptable?

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