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Nov 03,2006
Whether you’re a recent grad looking for your first full-time job or a seasoned professional ready to move on to a new career, if you are goal-oriented, persevering, self-motivated and like to work with people, a career in real estate may be the perfect match for you. But how can you tell for sure? Before you jump in, take a little time to become familiar with the realities of the profession. A good place to ... [full story]
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Dec 29,2006
How is it that some managers are able to inspire top performances from their employees while others can barely extract an honest day’s work from the people who report to them? The secret is out. According to a new survey by leading staffing company Kelly Services, an overwhelming majority of American employees want to work hard because their bosses are nice to them. As part of the Kelly Global Workforce Index, 4,000 Americans were asked ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
What makes a potential candidate stand out from the others in the room? Is it how they’re dressed, the technical skills they have to offer, the advanced degree they’ve earned or how they carry themselves in a group setting? In the business environment, a new skill set is emerging. These skills can ultimately determine how successful a candidate will be in the workplace. Even the most qualified candidate in the bunch may not get the ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Videoconferencing has worked its way into the everyday American business vernacular, making possible everything from run-of-the-mill weekly project reviews to virtual summits between heads-of-state. But, don’t despair if you lack the White House’s budget. It turns out that small companies seldom have an urgent business need for high quality videoconferencing, which takes expensive gear to give participants “a good look into the eyes” of one another. But many businesses, large and small, can benefit from ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
Your cell phone is ringing…if you are job hunting, the person calling may be your future employer. If it is, you have obviously impressed them with your application or stellar resume -- you don’t want to ruin your chances by handling the call unprofessionally. Kelly Services has 60 years of experience recruiting and hiring the best qualified candidates for their customers. They contact millions of applicants annually to discuss available job opportunities. How an applicant ... [full story]
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Oct 27,2006
It’s hard to believe that a few retiring professors could have much of an impact on our lives. But a shortage of veterinary pathology professors may soon have a lasting impact on global health. “Within the next five to eight years, every senior veterinary pathologist faculty member at Ohio State University will retire,” said Paul Stromberg, president, American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) and professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences at Ohio State. “It’s ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
Alongside doctors, surgeons, pathologists, and lab technicians, another team of dedicated hospital personnel makes a big difference in saving people’s lives. Histotechnology professionals play an important part in the diagnosis of illnesses and treatment of patients, and with more medical facilities available around the world, the need for well-trained histologists continues to grow. What is histotechnology? Histologists are responsible for performing complex procedures for processing tissue. They also prepare slides of tissue for examination, and ... [full story]
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Aug 11,2006
Since teenagers first picked up joysticks and batted small blips of light back and forth on TV screens, parents have been shaking their heads and saying "You'll never make a living playing video games!" The booming computer graphics industry has proven them wrong, and simulation, an outgrowth of that industry, is poised to become the next hot career inspired by those old video games.  "Simulation focuses on a student's ability to combine science, mathematics and programming ... [full story]
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Jan 19,2007
Patient anxiety. There are books devoted to it. Web sites. There’s even “White Coat Syndrome,” which causes a patient to have high blood pressure and other symptoms only in the doctor's office. The fact is when it comes to visiting the doctor, anxiety-induced symptoms can range from mild fear to a full-blown clinical phobia. Is it the medicinal smell? The stark white walls? The long wait? A bad previous experience? Perhaps it’s the fear of ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2006
With the national unemployment rate hovering around 5 percent, many Americans are seeking new career opportunities. Career experts point to several fields where employment and compensation opportunities are set to boom. It's no surprise that financial services, information technology, and medical careers make everyone's list - from FastCompany.com to CareerBuilder. There's a new entry, however, to lists of fastest-growing professions in 2006 - landscape architect. For increasingly environmentally conscious job seekers, the profession can be the ... [full story]
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Jul 28,2006
As the United States' population grows and ages, nursing homes and assisted living facilities will become a reality for many.  And, with the baby-boomer generation - one of the largest segments of our population - next in line to receive senior citizenship, the healthcare industry must prepare to provide medical and nursing assistance in the face of a major obstacle: a shortage of well-trained practical nurses.  "Practical Nurses are important individuals in our country's healthcare ... [full story]
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Aug 18,2006
What would happen if no pharmacists were available to fill your prescription at the local drugstore, or to recognize medication errors in the emergency room? That could be reality if America doesn't train another 150,000 pharmacists by 2020.  According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 7,000 to 10,000 pharmacist positions are left unfilled every year. Pharmacy graduates can expect a variety of possible career directions as well as four or five job offers. Besides earning ... [full story]
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May 18,2007
The weak housing market may have an impact on companies trying to find workers in the competitive labor market. Job candidates are no longer as willing to relocate as they once were now that home values have dropped. Only 16.6 percent of job seekers in the first quarter moved for a job offer, according to the most recent Challenger Job Market Index, a quarterly survey of 3,000 job-hunters by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, a global ... [full story]
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