Starting Your Career Rurally can give you an edge over people living in the cities, we'll show you why.
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With a higher education, though, you can give yourself an edge and score the position you’ve had your eye on.
There's a theory that the divorce rate is so high these days because more women were in the workplace now than in the last few decades.
On the surface it appears that I am not thankful for what I have, and that “the grass always looks greener”. Maybe there is some truth to that; however, I believe there is something else at work there as well.
When students arrive on campus for the first time with visions of red solo cups and shiny new student loan cheques dancing in their heads, few give much thought to the idea of when, where, and even if they should work as they pursue their post-secondary education.
Whether you are looking to start your own business, or whether you just want some fast cash to pay down debt, or buy a little something extra, more income rarely hurts. Here is a list of some of the easy ways that you can make extra money pretty fast.
Writing the perfect resume can be a stressful endeavour, especially when you really want the position you are applying for. Many people feel that they may lack the essential skills or education that the job requires and feel pressured into exaggerating their resumes to the point of out-right lying. This is a sure-fire way to get you fired, but if you don't want the job anyway there are more creative ways to go about it.
If you want to be noticed, you really have to make an impression quickly, and create a resume that is scanable, that captures the essence of who you are, and what you can offer to the employer.
In these uncertain economic times, many employers are hiring fewer workers than in years past. And many of the jobs that are available are being filled by more experienced workers who have been laid off by their old employer.