Since the unspoken rules of many social-networking sites evolve daily, it’s all too easy to commit online gaffes and sabotage your career-advancement goals. Here are six common online missteps to avoid.
You have an important interview coming up. You've done your due diligence, researched the company and have an understanding of the direction they are heading and the challenges they face. Additionally, you have thoroughly studied the position description, identified your key selling points and can speak to ways you will add value to the team. But are you now ready to ace the interview? Well ... not exactly!
What motto do you follow when it comes to your career? Do what you love? Get a job that makes you happy? Follow your passion? Or maybe you're old-fashioned and go for pursuing a job that makes loads of money.
The medical industry continues to stay strong with increasing need for healthcare from baby boomers as a career in medical sales is brighter than ever because of this increased demand as well as creation of new medical technology.
Newport Beach, Calif.(April 2015) – On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 the Newport Beach Film Festival will present its 16th annual Chilean Spotlight, an evening celebration of Chilean cinema and culture. The Spotlight will screen the regional premiere of the Chilean feature film El Cordero. El Cordero protagonist Domingo is happy in his insignificant life until, in an unfortunate accident, he commits involuntary manslaughter.
Dr. Irving Pressley McPhail, the President & CEO of the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME), recently visited the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico (PUPR) to meet with engineering students receiving scholarships and mentoring support through NACME. The Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico is a NACME partner organization.
Staying happy in the working world can be challenging, especially if you feel that your job is unfulfilling or more stressful than it's worth. But your attitude can determine your destiny; a bad attitude can make a great job seem terrible, while a positive mentality can turn even a bad day into a relatively enjoyable experience.