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Posted June 24, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Want to Showcase Why You’re the Best Candidates for Jobs? Create a Professional Website

When it comes to getting jobs, recent college graduates can prove they are the best candidates by considering creating a professional website.  Learn why in the following post.

Head to any website targeted toward the self-employed and you’ll hear the same thing: You need a website to land clients. But what about those with more traditional jobs: Why consider creating a website? Maybe you’re happy with your traditional job, and you’ve got a killer resume. That’s all you

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Posted March 07, 2014 by

Secure and Stable: 7 Tech Careers That Aren’t Going Anywhere

Computer programmer working on a problem

Computer programmer working on a problem. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Today’s tech industry is booming, making sure there are plenty of careers that won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. If you’re searching for secure and stable work, think about getting your education in the wonderful field of technology. To get you started, here are seven careers offering a lifetime of opportunities. (more…)

Posted February 11, 2014 by

Choosing (and Preparing for) the Right IT Career

As you are finishing up, or beginning, your college education in Information Technology, it is a time of decisions. You need to decide what career path you want to follow, and what else you need to do to prepare for that career path. Some IT jobs are more lucrative than others, and some will lead to faster success than others. The IT career paths that will be more likely to fast track your career all have their own requirements as far as education and training go, so you need to do your research to get ready to enter “the real world.” (more…)

Posted May 29, 2013 by

10 Jobs for Recent College Graduates to Bring Out Their Creativity

When searching for jobs for recent college graduates, job seekers may want to explore opportunities to express their creativity.  The following post includes 10 creative positions they might consider for employment.

Think you can’t have a creative career? Try again. You don’t have to be an actor or artist to flex your creative muscles at work. At its core, creativity is really about solving problems in new ways—and that’s one heck of a marketable skill to have in almost any industry. So no

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Posted February 07, 2012 by

Interview with An Architect

* What is your job title and what industry do you work in? How many years of experience do you have in this field?

My official job title is Entry Level Architect II. I work for a state agency and I’ve been doing this for a few years. I went back to school to become an architect a little bit ago. Before that, I had been working as an engineer. (more…)

Posted October 07, 2006 by

Architect Entry-Level Job: Physical And Mental

As an architect you have an eye for design, you see structure and potential in what the rest of only see as a disaster area. Creativity is your middle name and an entry-level architect job is just what you need to get you started.
Just as with other job careers, entry-level architects have a nice range of job choices. As an architect you can be a designer, a environmental or urban planner or a manager. As these jobs titles demonstrate there are physical and mental aspects to an entry-level architect’s job and you can decide which one you will tone. So have fun, learn new things and find that entry-level job!!