Sioux Falls SD has landed in any of the Number 1-5 slots on the list of Top 25 Best Small Cities for Jobs and Business in America for several years. It is a fast-growing community that offers a huge number of jobs in Banking, Investments, Healthcare, Sales, and Information Technology.
Looking for a new job can be exciting or, if you let it get to you, stressful. Staying positive while job hunting is a must. Here are some strong reasons to think creatively while looking for a job.
The skills learned while earning an English degree are versitle and useful in many careers. With an emphasis on communication and the written word, English majors learn to research, analyze and interpret information.
Many older workers find themselves laid off and looking for a job. Not only is there stiff competition for jobs but there are age-related issues as well. However, age can be an asset!
Guelph is just about as fascinating a city as you can find in North America. With its innovative businesses, Technology Triangle to rival America's Research Triangle, history, and one of the finest libraries in the land, Guelph is calling out for you to visit!
Competing with other freelancers is hard. How can you stand out from those 20 - 50 proposals? I'm sharing some tips that I think would also work for you and I do hope it will.
Kentucky is known for its beautiful natureal scenes and horse farms, but also for biotechnology businesses in its fast growing metro areas.
Charlottesville is Number 13 on the list of Top 30 Cities for Jobs in America. It is a green City that takes sustainability seriously, is redeveloping its urban areas and infrastructure, enjoys a diverse economy, and offers employment opportuntiies in several fields.
High Torne Mountain, Rockland County, New York (photos this page, public domain) In the late 2000s, small Rockland County was named by economics and financial magazines to the Number Four slot in the Top 25 Best Small Cities for Jobs and Business...
These are advertised jobs and projections for future industry needs that include a significant number of job titles that need no college degree of the usual 4-5 years. Many of these jobs require only short-term on the job (OJT) training and some require a bit longer. Some also require college...