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The Career Guide to Technical Writing
Driven by the continuing expansion of scientific and technical products and Internet-based technologies, employment of technical writers is expected to grow 17 percent in the next decade. Technical writers earn between $37,160 and $100,910 annually. More ...

Housekeeping Career
Overall employment of cleaning workers is expected to grow as fast as average for all occupations, as more office complexes, apartment houses, schools, factories, hospitals, and other buildings requiring cleaning are built to accommodate a growing population and economy. More ...

Bartending Professional Tips
I bartended to work my way through both undergraduate and graduate school, and have gone back to it several times when I grew weary of corporate life. The money is about the same anyway, and, admittedly, it is tiring and demanding, like any job, but it is a heck of a lot more fun! More ...

How to Become an Ultrasound Technician
An ultrasound technician creates images by scanning patients' bodies with sound waves. These images are then used by doctors to assess and diagnose medical conditions or to monitor the health of a fetus in pregnant women. More ...

How to Manage People
Congratulations! You finally got that promotion you?ve been wanting and now, you?re a manager. Management has an entirely different set of goals, rules and a different skill set is required. This article will present you with a set of guidelines you can use to help make some sense out of what is often a confusing transition. More ...

Learning About Computer Game Design
Computer game design, has become a profession for many today. The average money one can spin is about $74,900 annually. That's not bad at all to work on especially when you enjoy it thoroughly. Some computer game designers are able to clinch contracts with big players and make over $100,000 per year. More ...

The Career Guide to Phlebotomy
If you want a financially rewarding career in the medical field, becoming a phlebotomy technician may be just the career for you. Phlebotomy is the art of withdrawing blood and other bodily fluids. More ...

Game Design Workshop
Game Design Workshop is one of the very few books that can truly help you make the games that you want to make. The games that keep you up at night demanding to be designed. Games that are brimming with potential for discovery, for meaning, for magic. More ...

Living a Life You Love
Rather than just reading about it, this book takes you through the process of choosing your future career. This book will be your personal career coach and guide. Many people say this book seems to be speaking directly to them. More ...

Hospitality Career
Although the skills and experience needed by workers in the hospitality industry depend on the specific occupation, most entry-level jobs require little or no previous training. Basic tasks usually can be learned in a short time. Almost all workers in the hotel and other accommodations industry undergo on-the-job training. More ...

Medical Technologist Jobs in a Nutshell
There are many opportunities for those who wish to enter the field of medical technology but you must invest a great deal of time in school and there are other qualifications. However, the financial and personal payoff is extremely rewarding for many people. More ...

Culinary Career
The US Department of Labor reports that there should be plenty of job openings for chefs, cooks, and food preparation workers through 2010. The wages of chefs, cooks, and other food service and preparation workers may vary depending on geographic location, but one thing is clear - working in an elegant restaurant or hotel generally produces a higher salary. More ...

The Future Of Nursing - Nursing Home Jobs
The aging of the baby boomers has increased the average age of the typical patient. According to one survey, patients over 65 make up 60 percent of adult primary visits, 48 percent of inpatient hospital admissions and 85 percent of nursing home residents. More ...