career

Careers in the industry; from corporate to middle management, food service, media, political figures, and beyond. All workplace careers.

  • Kevin
    Published 2 days ago
    6 Ways to Learn a Trade Without Going to College

    6 Ways to Learn a Trade Without Going to College

    A college education can be a rewarding experience for many people, but it isn’t for everyone. Some people may want to avoid accumulating debt. Others prefer a more hands-on learning experience. Fortunately, there are a variety of ways you can learn valuable job skills without a traditional college education.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 2 days ago
    Interesting Career  Paths in the Justice System

    Interesting Career Paths in the Justice System

    Working within the justice system can be a fantastic way to contribute to society in a meaningful way. While you may assume working as a lawyer is the best way to involve yourself in this field, there are actually a number of noteworthy positions worth considering. There are many reasons to think about going to law school to become an attorney, but you may not have the time to dedicate to this commitment to education at the moment. If you’re looking to find your own path in the justice system, consider these job options.
  • Wendy
    Published 10 days ago
    Top 10 Online Businesses to Consider When Wanting to Become an Entrepreneur!

    Top 10 Online Businesses to Consider When Wanting to Become an Entrepreneur!

    Me: Well there are many opportunities out there that you can do. Some are scams but there are many that are legitimate. Let me tell you about 10 different ways that you can choose from.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 13 days ago
    Self Publishing with Blurb

    Self Publishing with Blurb

    Hello again, everyone. The last time I wrote an article about self publishing through an alternative for Smashwords, I complained about Lulu. The short version is that unless you pay for their services, which would make them a P.O.D. company who publishes your work; and as such not actually self publishing, it is not a good alternative to Smashwords.
  • Curtis
    Published 18 days ago
    Big Changes

    Big Changes

    It all started when I lost my casual job as an electrician that I had kinda fell into after coming out of my apprenticeship. I wasn’t bad at my job, I did what was required, and thought outside the box to get things done, but I excel more in the theory and in the books rather than in practice. The company had no more work and didn't need me anymore, that's fair enough, but it really made me think about everything I'd done coming out of school.
  • Et Imperatrix Noctem
    Published 18 days ago
    Indie Film, Yea or Nay?

    Indie Film, Yea or Nay?

    So you want to make films. Where to start? Armed with a can-do attitude, you think you’d move to LA, then go big or go home. Whoa, let me stop you right there, my little chum chum. I assume you are young or new to the industry and before you become another drop of water disappearing into the sea of Hollywood, do you have a minute or two to spare?
  • Eric Marsh
    Published 20 days ago
    Unlock the Training Parameter for the Next Generation Electrical Contractors

    Unlock the Training Parameter for the Next Generation Electrical Contractors

    In the construction industry, there has been a shortage of workers from the last decade. Despite the high wages and highly skilled positions, jobs are going unfilled. The forward-looking companies are continuously looking for ways to prepare students for joining the construction industry. To fill the gap, electrician training and apprenticeship programs are organized. Different strategies make less experienced electricians collaborate with expert electricians. Emphasis is put on building strong relationships with younger while training the next generation of electrical workers.
  • Danwil Reyes
    Published 26 days ago
    Work From Home Through Blogging

    Work From Home Through Blogging

    Work from home through blogging today as blogging is now a very popular method for many people to communicate at the present time. Individuals appear to think that it's very important to express their considerations and assessments of the world. As blogging becomes mainstream, it was normal that a lucrative endeavor was to be discovered out of it. Sure enough, if you imagine that blogging is only one of the numerous ways how you can procure cash on the Web, you're wrong. Blogging is a lucrative world in itself. Profit from various perspectives through blogging. Blogging is a powerful mode of communication for the world today. More and more individuals appear to think that it's necessary to express what's in their hearts and minds to the world. And yes, a lot of approaches to make cash was made with the ascent of blogging. Presently, it's not just about blogging. It's about expert blogging. Figure out how to profit through blogging and join the thousands of bloggers who have chosen to telecommute through professional blogging. If you have been in the blogging business for a long while and have pulled in a serious wide system of perusers, what you write in your blog will greatly affect your audience or followers. When you've made a serious mix of writings in the Blogosphere, you can then anticipate that more open doors on blogging should open up to you sooner or later.
  • Vince Bandille
    Published 27 days ago
    An Actors Conundrum

    An Actors Conundrum

    We actors live in such a conundrum. We chose a profession where our craft requires us to be the art that's on display. A painter, sculptor, poet, and other similar forms of art that are consumed by the public, can personally stand apart from the work they put out. We as actors cannot. We're it. Yet to really do our work well, we also must learn to step away from it. Therein lies the conundrum. How does an actor successfully allow the story they're telling to be front and center, without that nagging self-consciousness of the awareness of being seen creeping in? It's my belief that this is what Stanislavsky, and others before and after him, were in search of. They knew that an individuals default mode was, to put it in the words of Laurence Olivier when Dustin Hoffman asked why he thinks they chose this profession, Olivier replied… “Look at me, look at me, look at me.”
  • fairy godwriter
    Published 27 days ago
    What's in a Character?

    What's in a Character?

    Like a lot of writers during this time of the year, I'm participating in NaNoWriMo. If you don't know what that is, it's a challenge writers participate in every November to write 50,000 words in 30 days.
  • Journey Scribe
    Published 29 days ago
    Make Money Hunting for Treasure!!! - Life of an Amazon Seller

    Make Money Hunting for Treasure!!! - Life of an Amazon Seller

    Hello, everyone! Thanks so much for checking out my new article!
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published about a month ago
    How to Choose a Job That's Right for You

    How to Choose a Job That's Right for You

    Finding a job is one thing. Finding a job that suits you (and that you’ll love), is something else completely. Sure, you might be able to fill a certain position in the “help wanted” section. If you don’t enjoy the job, however, your overall happiness is likely to suffer. Job dissatisfaction can even impact your health.