We've all been there. A job that you would absolutely LOVE gets posted and you look at it right away. But when you look at the job description, you realize there are required skills you don't have on your resume. Now is a good time to ask yourself: Is there anything else I can add to my resume that will make me more marketable?
Today’s seething job market has made many of us take that extra step with regards to furthering our education. Often, this step is taken in order to simply get a foot in the door of our desired career paths. This advancement in education is proving to be financially difficult and time consuming, so the prospect of embarking on a master’s course, for example, often seems like too much of a commitment and sacrifice. In today’s world, a whole wealth of worthy education and information is readily available at our fingertips. However, giving up everything and enrolling on a master’s course is by no means the only way to get your foot further up the ladder of career credibility. If you're interested in career advancement, don't worry - getting a master's degree isn't your only option.
Just as a teacher is responsible for improving the standards of an academic institution, an HR Manager has the same responsibility to help a company or an organization proceed on the right track. An efficient manager is the one who performs multiple roles with absolute perfection. An organization requires a backbone to stand strong with pride and confidence, and the Human Resources Manager is hired to fulfill this role. This is a big reason why a good number of HR managers are recruited in top-notch companies and corporate houses with sky-high pay packages.
For your career to advance at the pace you choose, there are more than a handful of resources you need to regularly use. With the right over-arching strategy and these tactics, you can make sure you're always growing (and almost as importantly, getting noticed). Whether you're looking for a new job, a promotion or just a change of pace, these seven-plus career tools will make sure anyone you encounter in the working world will know exactly how you could help them or someone they know. The SlideShare presentation below guides you through many of the necessary questions and tasks to set these tools up.
We all strive to make more money. Having access to extra cash gives us the ability to relentlessly pursue our greatest desires. Whether it is going on a vacation, buying a new home for our family, or buying a car or other luxuries, making more money gives us the ability to do the things we want when we want. Here are five ways to make more money now:
A diagnostic medical sonographer takes internal images of a patient’s body through machines, which are later diagnosed by a physician. If you are looking forward to a career in the field of diagnostic medical sonography, then it would be a good idea to know about the various duties, which a sonographer performs on the job. It is important to understand the job description of a diagnostic medical sonographer as it will help you a lot to gain vital information about the roles and responsibilities within this position. Using the key skills of a diagnostic medical sonographer, there are eight roles and responsibilities that ultimately get people into the profession.
Sometimes high school graduates leave their secondary school experience with a lack of focus. They aren’t sure if college or a vocational school is right for them, but the appeal of jumping directly into the working world also leaves them wondering where will they be in five years after choosing one or the other. Can they combine an education track with military service? Yes! For many, having the experience of entering the military brings their aptitudes, skills, and preferences into alignment, so that their educational choices are more accurate, productive and fulfilling. Depending on which branch of the service one chooses to enter, the possibilities for career and college choices actually expand post-military. Read on for five benefits of the military as a stepping stone for career advancement.