8 Ways to Find a Job Besides Applying on Job Boards
Whether you are a college graduate or a career professional on the job hunt, finding a job in today’s crowded workspace can sometimes seem like a tough task. With job boards like Monster and Hired.com, it can be hard to sift through the many options available to find the job that is truly right for… Read more »
The Professionalism Guide Part 4: Behavior at Work
This is the fourth part in a multi-part series on Professionalism. If you haven’t already, read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 here. You’ve probably heard the horror stories about employees being fired or called into HR for behaving unprofessionally at work. The right attitude and behaviors can help you advance your career—but the wrong behaviors… Read more »
The Professionalism Guide Part 3: Social Media
This is the third part in a multi-part series on Professionalism. If you haven’t already, read Part 1 and Part 2 here. It’s pretty likely that you have at least one social media account. These platforms include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and anywhere else you can post updates, share images and tell your story. Social media… Read more »
The Professionalism Guide Part 2: Ethics
This is the second part in a multi-part series on Professionalism. If you haven’t already, read Part 1 here. Ethics are concepts of right and wrong. Some decisions are easy to make ethically, while others require a conversation with your coworkers, your managers and support system. Ethics are an important part of professionalism, and here’s… Read more »
The Professionalism Guide Part 1: What is Professionalism?
If you want to be successful in the workforce, professionalism is a vital characteristic to develop. It’s not only important once you have a job, but also when applying for jobs and interviewing. Your interviewers will be able to judge your level of professionalism pretty quickly based on the way you carry yourself and communicate…. Read more »
7 Ways to Power Through the Afternoon Slump
Put down that fifth cup of coffee, you don’t need it anymore. We all have the mid-afternoon slump, for many people everyday, but the solution is not more caffeine and sugar. Yes, it probably works (most of the time), but you don’t need to fuel your frustration with peaks of energy followed by an even… Read more »
Pharmacy Technician Job Description & Education Guide
Thinking about a career as a pharmacy technician? The demand for pharmacy technicians is projected to grow 9 percent from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations.1 It’s the right time to start considering your career options and where a pharmacy technician education could take you. According to the Bureau of Labor… Read more »
Medical Billing and Coding Training and Job Outlook
Do you want to work in the healthcare field as a medical biller and coder? Wondering what kind of medical billing and coding education you would need? An associate degree may help distinguish you as a qualified candidate for entry-level medical billing and coding job opportunities, such as a medical coder, medical billing specialist or… Read more »
How Networking Can Boost Your Career
From social media messaging to in-person networking, there’s no shortage of ways that people can network to discuss job opportunities. But if you’re looking to network, you need to know there are right and wrong ways to do it. If done properly, networking can mean the difference between success and failure. Even if you have… Read more »
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