Entries Posted in"Careers"

Common Dress Codes For Schools

Published August 12, 2014

  It is important to remember when you study at school, that it is not only grades which are important but also overall behaviour and self presentation. Quite often lecturers and tutors from school will write your reference, either to enable you to get into higher education or to enter the job market. Although your grades are important, when writing references tutors also provide a reference about you personally. The best way to get a good reference, aside from studying very hard, is to have a smart tidy appearance. Tutors are not expecting you to turn up to lectures in […]

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Programs in the Medical Field Prosper: From Drugs to Physical Therapy

Published May 26, 2014

Some careers never go out of fashion, and this is certainly true for medical careers such as pharmacy and physical Therapy. Although both of these fields involve long term study in order to be qualified, you are pretty much guaranteed a job for life and can expect to earn a decent salary. As a pharmacist you can expect to have to take approximately 3-4 years of professional training which will lead to you holding a Doctor of Pharmacy certification. Top schools in the US include the University of California, University of North Carolina, University of Minnesota, University of Texas, University […]

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Mechanical Engineers Are Helping Drive Change For The Better

Published May 26, 2014

There is a great deal of new research and development in the field of mechanical engineering. In the UK 3 researchers will present their research to the Houses of parliament and stand the chance to win the coveted prize of £3,000. The researchers are able to showcase their research to MP’s in Britain. The fact that politicians are showing an interest in mechanical engineering research highlights that this is an exciting time for researchers in this field, allowing their early talents to be recognised and helping to put them in touch with top industries that may be interested in their […]

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Moving into the Future: New Media Prototypes Created

Published May 21, 2014

Technology is constantly advancing and this is good news for all professions. Especially for the journalist and computer science majors of the world today that wish to make life easier. What is Computer Science? The study of computers and how to work on the computer, as well as repair these are referred to as computer science. There are a number of traits a person that desires success in this area should have. One involves the ability the analyze problems and work to find answers. By using new media prototypes, this can be accomplished with a greater amount of ease for […]

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Watch out of these Professions: Investing in Future

Published May 21, 2014

When it comes to deciding what you want to be in life, you should take many things into strong consideration. What is required as far as education and the amount of money you can make. Many people may choose to be a nuclear medicine technician or a veterinarian to earn a living. What is a Veterinarian? A Veterinarian is a person that provides medical services to animals. These may include giving the animal shots and monitoring the health of the pet. Routine visits for check-ups will assist in keeping the animal as healthy as possible. They are assisted by a […]

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Your Accounting Degree Doesn’t Stop After Graduation

Published April 29, 2014

So you have graduated with your accounting degree and for the briefest moment there is that lovely feeling when you think you may not need to pick up a book again! Unfortunately this is not the case, as a professional you need to keep abreast of the competition, changes in legislation and tax regulations. Most states require some type of continuing education and it is important to keep your portfolio up to date if you wish to make advancements in your career. If you don’t continue your education your license might be revoked which means that you will not be […]

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Join the Army and Pay Off Your Student Loans

Published April 17, 2014

The army can lead you to a prosperous career in your field and student loans may be written off if you choose this career path. You must have your student loan prior to entering the army to benefit from this scheme. This is a fantastic incentive for new graduates and there is a lot of potential to rise up the career ladder, for instance the majority of officers hold a degree. Military student loan forgiveness and discharge program are a great way for new graduates to wipe out their student loans. The Public service loan forgiveness program allows members of […]

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Giving your college-bound child a credit card might not be a bad idea

Published April 17, 2014

Credit cards are the fastest way to build a good credit rating and can also help your child to take responsibility for their finances. The most important thing to stress to your child is that they must keep up with repayments and not to borrow more than they can afford to repay. Having a healthy attitude to money can prepare your child for the adult world and hold them in good stead through their adult life. Having financial responsibility also prepares them for when they reach the workforce and have to juggle household bills and living expenses. Quite often creditors […]

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CPA exam review Programmes

Published April 17, 2014

CPA exam review course almost guarantees that you will pass on the first try. There is a wide range of CPA review course on offer and it is important that you choose the correct one for your needs, so it is a good idea to research the various courses, to look at their structure, cost and most importantly reviews from other students. Other criteria to examine is how much individual support you may receive and what the software package and other training materials are like. http://www.thecpaguide.com/cpa_faq/cpa_review_courses/index_cpa_faq_reviewcourses.html The Roger CPA review programme offers an effective course to help prepare you for […]

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Entry Level Finance Jobs See Increase In Pay

Published April 7, 2014

  This upcoming year for grads maybe looking a bit grey when it comes to job searching. So make sure to bulk up those resumes with plenty of extracurricular activities and past job experience so you are more competitive in the market. Although if you do have plenty of training and past experience when applying for a job you may see a great offer from a respectable firm in your future because they want employees that are ready to work on the floor that do not need much attention. Entry level finance jobs typically have a solid average beginning offer […]

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