Category: Careers

Welcome to our page on careers and business, where you can find helpful advice, tips, and information to succeed in your work life. We cover topics such as employment lessons, business skills, and public speaking. Let us guide you towards career success with insights on writing resumes, job searching, interviewing, writing business letters, and more.

Teens: Finding Your First Job

If you’re a teenager looking for your first job, a good place to start is in your own neighborhood. Many of your neighbors may have routine odd jobs like mowing the lawn, babysitting, even light housekeeping chores that you’d be perfect for. You may also want to look into retail jobs, food services (yes, that’s a fancy … Continue reading Teens: Finding Your First Job

Health Care Jobs for Writers

If you’ve got strong writing skills and some background in health care or expertise in nursing or medicine, then here are some possible career paths for you to explore.

Careers in High Tech Security

Often a mid- to large-sized corporation will have a security administrator specifically dedicated to the task of network security.

Careers in Computer Forensics

There is another area of forensics that hasn’t been made into a television show, and that’s computer forensics.

Interview Tips

here are certain very important aspects that one should keep in mind while preparing and facing an interview such as: Emotional Preparation, It’s OK to Be Nervous, Look Better, Look Them in the Eyes, Answer Briefly, Feel Better, Be Quiet and Focused.

Be Ready For Change

The definitions of the financial classes are changing. More companies are changing the definitions of their jobs as well. With outsourcing and freelancing becoming a more viable resource, the job market and the jobs available are shifting accordingly. This means even more upheaval for people who are unprepared for a quick change in their financial environment.

Dealing with Conflict Resolution at Work

Everyone deals with conflict. We learn that not everyone agrees about everything. But when workplace disagreements occur, situations can get out of hand, causing bitterness, resentment, loss of reputation, poor morale, costly litigation, and even job termination. Smart companies have good conflict resolution procedures in place from the start, allowing management to address problems before they escalate and become out of control.

Preparing for an Interview

Job interviews are incredibly stressful events, even for the gregarious amongst us. You improve your chances of winning the job if you prepare for each interview as though it were the only one in the world.