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Career And Education Opportunities & Challenges Of Transitioning Veterans [Infographics]

With the drawdown of troops across several theatres and likely impending budget cuts (certainly cuts in the growth of military spending), more and more active duty Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines will be transitioning into the civilian sector. With this comes unique, well-deserved opportunities like the Montgomery GI Bill, which has undergone some significant changes post-9/11, and also unique challe ...

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Should We Use A Recruitment Company When Filling Management Level Vacancies?

The Government keeps telling us that growth is the key to our businesses surviving in the current economic climate. But all employers know that this is, as they say, easier said than done. While there are hundreds of people desperately seeking employment, some companies just aren’t sure of the best ways to bridge the gap. Recruitment is a costly business, and something that many companies cannot affor ...

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How To Prepare Your Medical Practice For A Disaster

When a natural disaster strikes the thoughts of most unprepared business owners will turn to their company. Without a disaster recovery plan most business owners will not know how long it will take them and what they should do to get their business stabilized in the few days after a disaster has struck. By having a unique disaster plan in place before a catastrophe occurs business owners can keep themselves ...

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Christopher Dresser: Still Considered The Master Of Industrial Designers

You pick up a product and you give very little thought to what goes into making it. Some people wonder how these things were made but when someone mentions an industrial designer a blank look comes over their faces. Christopher Dresser draws even more confused looks. Very few people know what industrial designers do, which is surprising considering the impact they make on our everyday lives. Christopher Dre ...

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What Exactly Does A Social Worker Do?

There is just so much chaos going on in the world nowadays, and we do need people to help make it a better and more livable place to be in—social workers. With the upsurge of incidents of people—most especially in juveniles—facing domestic violence, interpersonal crises, or exclusion in societies everywhere, the role of social workers is increasingly gaining significance. They mostly provi ...

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The Benefits Of Apprenticeships

The Benefits of Being an Apprentice Over the last few years, the Government has increased the pressure on organisations to provide more chances for people to become Apprentices and to also provide career advice and support to young people who are perhaps unsure of what to do when they leave school, to provide people with experience within an industry that they want to work in after college/ university or to ...

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Decorating A Conference Room – The Vitals

When it comes to holding that all-important business meeting, making the right impression is of the utmost importance. Whether you’re looking to win over a new client or maintain that strong relationship with an existing customer, you really have to make sure you pull out all the stops – because if you don’t, you may lose out to a rival. There’s certainly a lot to consider when it comes to organising a busi ...

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The Pathway To Becoming A Social Worker

Becoming a social worker does not just happen overnight. You cannot wake up one morning, put on suitable working clothes, and decide to apply for a job as a social worker. As much as anyone would love to be able to magically become one, an aspiring social worker has to follow certain steps and gain certain qualifications in order to be competent enough to be involved in social work. Here are the steps to pr ...

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How A Degree Sets You Apart From Other Applicants

You’ll read in any opinion piece that ‘Education is too easy now’ or ‘They’ll give anyone a degree these days’, which gives the impression that a degree or associated qualification really doesn’t have any impact in the future of careers; however this is a fallacy. The DegreeWhilst many will contest that experience is the key to breaking into a career, a lot of recru ...

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How To Cope With Bullying At College

I have never been an athletic guy, but I would not call myself a geek either. But in the stakes of being muscle bound and an Adonis I totally fail. I really hate any form of physical education, and really never have understood why guys enjoy chasing a ball up and down court and throwing it into a ring above their heads. I know I should not say it, but sports really leave me cold. But I have to be honest and ...

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