Career Profiles & Occupations

  • What Makes a Great Nurse?

    There is a huge amount of scientific and technical knowledge needed to practice the nursing profession. But it is also a calling, and what makes a really competent nurse is not just paper qualifications: there are other attributes which are just as...
    By Isabel Cunningham August 1, 2011 

  • Professional Engineer Assessments

    Learn about the practice of assessments by professional engineers and what makes them relevant for meeting the needs of the client.
    By Ricky July 31, 2011 

  • Early Education: Finding a Job You Will Love

    You have finished your Child Development Associate, or have just graduated from college with a degree in Early Childhood Education or Child Development...now what? Put that degree to good use! Use the following tips to help you learn how to find...
    By Kara Bietz July 27, 2011 


  • Career Options for Dietitians

    Have you just earned a dietitian's degree, and you're on the lookout for employment options? Here’s an article that explores the various career opportunities for dietitians.
    By  Sidharth Thakur July 25, 2011 

  • Having Second Thoughts About a Job Offer? What Should You Do?

    You’ve just accepted a job—great! Your long job search is over and you’re sure the new company you’ll be working for will be a good fit. But, what if you have second thoughts? Is there turn down etiquette you need to consider?
    By Jean Scheid July 22, 2011 

  • Not an Athlete: You Can Still Make a Lucrative Career in Sports!

    Careers in sports psychology involve applying a broad range of scientific, clinical, and applied topics in sports and exercise to motivate an athlete to perform, and to improve their mental health and overall well-being.
    By N Nayab July 21, 2011 


  • All in a Day’s Work: Event Manager Jobs, Tasks and Responsibilities

    Understand the primary job responsibilities of event managers, the authority they wield and also the accountability that they face. Although duties and tasks vary depending on the employer, there are five crucial skill sets virtually all event planning...
    By Sylvia Cochran July 17, 2011 

  • How Do I Become a Private Investigator?

    When you watch PI's on TV, they often sneak around corners, documenting the workings of infidelity and testifying in court. However, the requirements to become a private investigator are somewhat detailed.
    By Matthew Craig July 15, 2011 

  • Looking for Network News Internship Jobs? Find Tips Here!

    Is your career goal in news television? Both paid and unpaid internships are available at major television networks and here, we’ll offer up how to find them, what you need to do to qualify and tips on how to land the job.
    By Jean Scheid July 14, 2011 

  • A Day in the Life of a Work-at-Home Customer Service Rep

    Working from home might sound ideal: shuttle the kids to and from school, make long lunch dates with friends and keep your house spotless while earning an income. If that is what you are hoping for, you might want to consider other home-based positions...
    By Tricia Goss July 13, 2011 
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