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Locating A Job When Pregnant: Getting Over The Bump Hump

Though many people pride themselves on their impeccable timing, life doesn’t always abide by those rules. Sometimes timing can be a little skewed, and sometimes it happens that even though the timing of a pregnancy may be just fine, but the fact that you’re locating a job...
Posted On 20 Nov 2013

Is Working Through Lunch Is Killing You?

It’s 1PM, and you’re still at your desk. You had planned to take a break at noon, but then there was that phone call, and then the follow-up to the phone call, and then the work you needed to do to prep for the next phone call. If it’s ever going to happen, it’s now or...
Posted On 18 Nov 2013

Working Flexi-Time: A Good Or Bad Idea?

Flexible working hours present a myriad of advantages for both employer and employee. Through offering flexi-time, telecommuting, job sharing and part-time work options, employers can support and retain staff who might otherwise fail, go absent or resign altogether. Being able to...
Posted On 12 Nov 2013

5 Quick Tips On Creating Artwork For T-shirts

Designing T-shirts is fast becoming one of the most popular outlets for creatives. But there are plenty of technicalities involved. You need to prepare yourself for the entire process from start to finish and be open to some trials and errors along the way. Ever wondered what it...

Working in the Housing Market – Realtors, Appraisers, Contractors and More

Do you have the desire to work in the housing market and make money doing what you love to do? Almost everyone that puts their home for sale on the market uses an appraiser in order to gain third-party certification on what their house is worth. Appraisers research the documented...
Posted On 08 Nov 2013

4 Tips For Improving Your Nursing Salary

As with other professional careers, nursing allows individuals to advance in the field in several ways. These opportunities to continue growing professionally are available for those who seek a higher salary. Some growth opportunities involve taking on management roles, returning...
Posted On 28 Jan 2013

Tips For Choosing Your Job Interview Outfit – Landing The Right Job In 2013

Show You Mean Business One of the most important aspects of employment is making a good first impression, not a bad one. From the moment I walk through the door I need to look like I mean business. I know from a recruitment perspective, that any future jobs I apply for, the...
Posted On 14 Jan 2013

Recession Proof Jobs – Federal Government Jobs

Of all the recession proof jobs, the federal government comes to mind first and foremost as a safe haven for those wishing to stay employed through uncertain economic times. Most government operations, especially the federal government, usually don’t see a recession like the...
Posted On 30 Sep 2012

Recession Proof Jobs – What do They Look Like?

Let’s face it. You’ll not find recession proof jobs advertised as such in the local paper. Nevertheless, I think we can sort out some of the characteristics of such jobs at least from a general perspective. If there’s one thing we can count on from history, it’s that it...
Posted On 13 Aug 2012

How To Stand Out and Be A Success in Your Life After 25

Giving yourself the competitive edge gives you the opportunity to stand out; having that extra skill, extra bit of knowledge or overall interest and passion in something can make all the difference when you are competing for the same job.   Look at where you want to be, how...
Posted On 17 Jul 2012

Self Employment – Is it Where You Really Belong?

It’s tough to think about self employment when you’ve been an employee of someone else for most of your working life. Well, it isn’t tough to think about it, but it’s probably difficult to do it. It might not be. Could it be time to try your hand at entrepreneurship? Do...
Posted On 18 Jun 2012

Recession Proof Your Life And Refuse To Be A Victim

Are you guilty of blaming the recession for your current situation? If so, you are not alone. It’s so easy to shift the blame to something you have no control over, rather than take responsibility for not doing what you could have to prepare—something you do have control...
Posted On 10 Jun 2012