career

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

  • Martin Bagel-Brown
    Published 3 days ago
    5 Ways You Can Earn Money Without Higher Education and Training

    5 Ways You Can Earn Money Without Higher Education and Training

    Higher Education is excellent; in fact, everything higher tends to be better than others; but education does not necessarily determine people’s long term career path.
  • R Foster
    Published 3 days ago
    How to Leave a High Paying Corporate Job and Start a Business from Almost Nothing While Meeting Celebrities on the Way

    How to Leave a High Paying Corporate Job and Start a Business from Almost Nothing While Meeting Celebrities on the Way

    This story starts as many do, at the beginning, where I was once an “Executive” and earned a monthly salary with a car allowance and medical aid. Executive was of course a glorified word for customer service agent, just with more years of experience and training. I’d gradually moved my way up the Information Technology corporate ladder from IT Support to Systems Engineer to Consultant, Manager and then Executive. It took me a total of eight years.
  • Jenn Melon
    Published 4 days ago
    Reasons Why There’s a Shortage of People in the Medical Field

    Reasons Why There’s a Shortage of People in the Medical Field

    The world needs a lot of doctors. The problem is that there seems to be a shortage of supply. Regardless of the location, hospitals have a hard time finding physicians to fill posts. Considering the important of this profession, it’s good to know why such a problem occurs.
  • theccmuk theccmuk
    Published 10 days ago
    MRICS Certification in India

    MRICS Certification in India

    An MRICS qualification demand in the Indian construction industry is high and valued by many construction firms all around the nation. Considering the development of the country, we can agree to assume that the country will require more skilled labour in the construction industry. India is the seventh largest country, and it lists as the second most populous nation; the increasing population in the country leads to employment and one of the sectors in the country that specialises and contributes to the economy is the construction industry. The Indian government is making plans to develop infrastructure and buildings, and to create innovative projects to increase the living standards of the country. Which means the necessity and the demand for construction professionals are growing. The importance of an MRICS will be highly recognised when the projects increase. As a result, quantity surveyors are also in need to deliver a quality project. The job role of a quantity surveyor is an essential part in any construction project; without a quantity surveyor (also known as cost managers) the construction team will not be able to manage, estimate, evaluate, and conduct cost valuation for the project. So without the required knowledge and skills, the candidates cannot become a professional quantity surveyor in the industry. Therefore, the RICS can provide the qualifications for the candidates to become a professional quantity surveyor.
  • Jord Tury
    Published 19 days ago
    Reaching for the Stars

    Reaching for the Stars

    Getting recognised in 2019 is slightly tough, wouldn't you say? And, unless you've swallowed a bath bomb or discovered the next big meme, you probably aren't going to stand out to anyone but your own family. Honestly, that's a bit sad. And, like most, I've often dreamt of making a name for myself. But, I'm a writer, so those ludicrous chances went from one in a hundred, to a straight flat zero in seconds.
  • Kevin Gardner
    Published 20 days ago
    Kickstart Your Career with a Coding Bootcamp!

    Kickstart Your Career with a Coding Bootcamp!

    Kickstart your career with a coding bootcamp!
  • Melissa K Rodriguez
    Published 20 days ago
    Reject

    Reject

    In the past three years, I have been a temporary employee working for about three different temp agencies since I moved to Philadelphia from California. Some people like working as a temp because you only work in three month—sometimes, two day—increments, and it's always something different every time. And to be honest, I have a lot of experience now in various positions where I could technically put on my resume.
  • Paige Graffunder
    Published 21 days ago
    Five Things I Have Learned While Working for a Major Recruitment Firm

    Five Things I Have Learned While Working for a Major Recruitment Firm

    A lot of people associate recruitment firms with temp agencies, but they aren’t always the same thing. While the company I work for, which shall remain nameless for legal reasons, does have a lot of temp positions, most of them are temp to hire, or permanent placement right from the get go.
  • Kaila Watts
    Published 23 days ago
    Being a 'Freelance' Makeup Artist

    Being a 'Freelance' Makeup Artist

    As makeup has become such a huge and uproaring community in the last year, I want to share some things with you that you should think about before becoming a makeup artist.
  • Casey Chesterfield
    Published 24 days ago
    3 Career Ideas for Natural Born Leaders

    3 Career Ideas for Natural Born Leaders

    If you know that you're great at leading people, it can be tricky to find a career to pursue when you're just starting out. After all, it takes time, dedication, and experience to get to the level where you’ll be managing others.
  • Selina Blue
    Published 26 days ago
    Entrepreneur Mania

    Entrepreneur Mania

    Give up your day job, escape the nine to five, become your own boss whilst working from an exotic location of your choice, Bali being one of the most popular among the new age entrepreneurs.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 26 days ago
    How to Work in the Legal Field Without Being a Lawyer

    How to Work in the Legal Field Without Being a Lawyer

    There are people that may have an interest in the legal field but do not want to go to law school. They may want to get involved but do not want the long hours, to argue in court, or the many years of schooling. Luckily, there are jobs that will allow a person to work in the legal field without becoming a lawyer or obtaining a legal degree.