Posts Tagged“careers”

Between the digital nomad trend and the effects of the global pandemic on office culture, opportunities to do stuff online are growing. This is especially good news if you’re looking for a career change, and you want to complete most or all of your training online. Here are nine careers you can train for remotely. #1: Teaching Teaching credentials help you transform your existing degree into a career in education. You’ll likely need a minimum of a bachelor’s degree to enroll in an online teaching credential program, but through global campuses, you can get your degree online, too. Once you…

There’s no need to waste time hopping from job to job when you already know what you really want to do with your life.  To truly achieve the career you desire, you’ll have to be willing to put in the work.   Landing your dream job isn’t something that will happen overnight.  You’ll have to practice patience and perseverance and place those efforts towards the correct paths. There are plenty of dream job guides out there for future reading after this article on landing your dream job. Consider taking some time out of your day for the best ways to get…

Did you know that a recent survey found that nearly 67% of college graduates don’t have a job lined up? The reality is that many students either do not think about employment after graduation or have been unable to secure full-time employment. It can be stressful to find a job that’s right for you, especially if you are also attempting to relocate cities or states in the process as many grads do. Moreover, with 70 percent of college students in owing loans that average to $37,172, it’s no wonder employment is urgently on many of their minds. That considered, finding…

Social Workers are very much in demand across the UK. Vacancies stand at around 11%, and these social work jobs need filling, so if you’re looking for a career in which you’re valued and necessary, as well as making meaningful contribution to society, this is a great choice. There are downsides, of course: you’ll be facing some stressful circumstances; and as with much of the public sector resources are at a premium. If you can balance that with valuable work and a team who all equally committed, social work could be a good job for you. Today we’re taking a…

When you’re looking for a job, you need to take a lot into account. Your skills and qualifications – whether they’re skills you have now and need to show off to your best advantage in CVs, application forms and interview, or skills you need to acquire before you can go after the job of your dreams. You also need to think about the relevant experience you have, and that’s not necessarily related to your education or professional work. If you’re trying to transition to a career that’s previously been a passion for you, whether that’s a creative job or work…