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We’re not exactly in the post-industrial age that many people would claim that we are, but there’s no doubt that more people than ever have jobs in fairly comfortable offices. The percentage of people who are employed in truly dangerous work has been decreasing pretty steadily over the past few decades. (Which isn’t to suggest that offices don’t carry their own dangers!) But there are still a load of jobs out there that need doing despite presenting a lot more danger than your average desk job. Thankfully, there are a lot of people out...read more
Even when you have a glowing resume, pursuing the career you want is very tough. When you’ve got black marks in your professional history, things get even more difficult! Past termination, long gaps, and other issues can all hold you back in a very severe way. Here, we’ll look at some of the most common examples of bad employment history, and some possible solutions to them. Getting Fired This is probably the most common example of bad employment history that hiring managers and HR professionals see. Terminations as a result of...read more
A lot of people consider a college degree as a step to working with the subject they have spent so long studying. However, for some, the love of the subject surpasses the actual application of it. They might want to get involved in teaching it, instead. There are plenty of good reasons to consider it, as well. You love the academic life There are simply some people who are much better suited to a life of academia than any other kind of work. If after all your studying, you feel like some more studying, then lecturing might just be right for...read more
A lot of people don’t like their jobs. This is no secret. People go to bed at night dreading the next day; and, wake up in a similar state. Living like this is incredibly unrewarding, though. And, in the long run, will make most people start to feel bad about life. So, it could be time to make a change. Most people in this situation don’t make this effort because they don’t see themselves in another job. You almost certainly have skills that can be transferred into a career, though. So, you just need to find a way to unlock their...read more
It may be a cliche, but is also happens to be the case: it takes money to make money. This does not just refer to needing capital to start your own business, but can be as quotidian as needing to have your outfit dry cleaned before an interview. If you really are just starting out, you may need to invest a little money in getting the bus to your first day at work. It is true on a more general level too. Your schooling cost money, and it was the taxpayers who picked up the bill. Educating one’s citizens now seems like it is just something...read more