How to Choose a Career
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 ...
Top Seven Reasons to Become a Nurse
Nursing is the largest healthcare profession with many options for career advancement and personal fulfillment. The median annual wage for registered nurses is $66,640. Many nurses in non-patient centered roles make as much as $98,000 to $130,000 per year. More ...
How to Draw Dazzling and Dressy Fashions
If you love styles that sizzle and long to use your personal flair to draw dazzling and dressy outfits. If you dream of becoming a fashion illustrator or designer. This guide is for you! More ...
How to Help Your Child Find A 21st Century Career
Talk to a stranded midlife career-changer and you realize the game has changed. Yesterday's
rules prepared us to be passengers on a large ocean liner that promised a smooth voyage.
Today we realize that ocean liner turned out to be the Titanic. More ...
Cosmetologist - A Career in Beauty
Cosmetology is an exciting and rewarding career that focuses on beauty in terms of skin care, nail care
and beauty and hair care and style. A career in cosmetology could land you in a field you will love from
becoming a professional hairstylist in an upscale salon to starting a job as an aesthetician in your very own nail shop. More ...
Discover the Perfect Career for You
Using the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, this book determines your personality type.
The book then identifies careers where you are more likeley to be successful and
find greater personal satisfaction. More ...
Ten Careers That Are in Demand and Have Big Paychecks
The hottest careers in the United States today draw on a broad spectrum of skills and
interests. Whether you're into numbers, people, nature, sports, or computers, there's
a way to parlay your natural abilities into a lucrative career. More ...
The Training and Skills You Need to Become a Court Clerk
Courts process many hundreds and even thousands of documents every day in court cases,
ranging from minor traffic tickets to murder. A court clerk performs a variety of tasks
in the everyday operations of a courthouse. The specifics of a court clerk's job will
vary depending on the jurisdiction of the particular court. More ...
What You Need to Be an IT Security Professional
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the average salary of an IT Security Professional is $86,170 per year with entry-level security professional earning an average of $70,500 per year while those in management roles earn an average of $110,100 per year. More ...
Being a Security Guard
A security guard or security officer is a person who is employed to protect property and/or
people. Usually security guards are uniformed and act to protect property by maintaining a
high visibility presence and observing (either directly, through patrols, or by watching
alarm systems or video cameras) for signs of crime, fire or disorder. More ...
The Spa Masseuse
Massage is the practice of applying structured pressure, tension, motion or vibration -
manually or with mechanical aids - to the soft tissues of the body, including muscles,
connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, joints and lymphatic vessels, to achieve a beneficial response. More ...
Get Hired Quick - Megatrends Are a Foolproof Key to Your Success
If you look for work in a declining industry, you could be unemployed for an extended
period of time. However, if you just switch industries to capitalize on a mega-trend
you could have multiple job offers in mere weeks. This article describes industries
with high growth related to several mega-trends. More ...
So You Want To Be A Programmer? Here's How!
If you want to be a programmer, first decide what kind of programmer you want to be,
then learn a language, either from a programming course or from a book, which it lets
you study at your own pace. More ...