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Posted April 13, 2015 by

How Can You Become a Commercial Pilot?

Portrait of a commercial airplane pilot smiling

Portrait of a commercial airplane pilot smiling. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Commercial pilots are licensed professionals who fly airplanes. They will often work for companies who take aerial photos or give aerial tours. They may also fly an aircraft charter for a single person or organization. Commercial pilots can also work for airlines transporting passengers and cargo on a specified schedule. Commercial pilots are required to have a high school diploma while most airline pilots need a bachelor degree. According to the bureau of labor statistics, the majority of commercial pilots earn $98,000 a year. (more…)

Posted March 27, 2015 by

How a Radiology Degree can Help Jumpstart Your Medical Career

Closeup portrait of intellectual woman healthcare personnel with white labcoat, looking at full body x-ray radiographic image, ct scan, mri, isolated hospital clinic background. Radiology department

Closeup portrait of intellectual woman healthcare personnel with white labcoat, looking at full body x-ray radiographic image, ct scan, mri, isolated hospital clinic background. Radiology department. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Health care professionals enjoy many benefits of steady income, job security, job satisfaction, etc. Obviously, it is everyone’s desire to get into this field of study. Many, however, face a challenge due to stiff competition, limited financial resources, and restrictive admissions. One easy way to jumpstart your medical career is to get admission to a bachelor’s degree program in radiology and become radiological technician. With experience, and gained practical knowledge, and professional contacts, it will be easier to become radiologist for a brighter future. (more…)

Posted March 17, 2015 by

Thinking of a New Career Path? Here’s How You Can Build One in Debt Consolidation

Consolidate debt 3d words help assistance combining financial bills

Consolidate debt 3d words help assistance combining financial bills. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

It really is helping people

Whether you are looking to work for a non-profit organization or one that is for profit, what you will be doing as a debt consolidator is to help people realize financial freedom, perhaps for the first time in their lives. So it is a great choice if you love helping people.

Getting down to business

However, beyond the warm fuzzy feelings of helping financially troubled people, there is the business side of things that you have to be aware of, and prepared for, if you really want to get into this career. (more…)

Posted March 03, 2015 by

Being A Really Good Pharmacy Technician

Laura O. Tolentino

Laura O. Tolentino

Most of the pharmacy technicians will get a lot of training while in an informal setting at the job but the employers will always favor those individuals that completed a formal training and have certification. In order to see a list of the formal education programs to help you become a pharmacy technician, you can click here. After getting through the pharmacy education and the certification program, you will get an entry-level job. Now it is time to further continue your career and keep your eyes on growing. (more…)

Posted February 05, 2015 by

College or Entrepreneurship: The Pros and Cons

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Taylor Johnson

The Millennial generation is turning out to have a high entrepreneurial drive. According to an oDesk study, 72% of Millennials want to quit their jobs and strike out on their own, and 61% of them plan to do so within two years.

Who can blame them? The New York Times reports that “for the first time in modern memory, a whole generation might not prove wealthier than the one that preceded it.”

It’s no wonder why Millennials feel compelled to strike out as entrepreneurs. They feel a keen social and class awareness (we are the 99%!), watch movies like The Social Network, and know that their jobs won’t lead them to great wealth. Millennials know that entrepreneurship may be their only route to making a comfortable amount of money. (more…)

Posted October 31, 2014 by

How to Become a Real Estate Agent after Graduation

Real estate: Agent ready to sell home

Real estate: Agent ready to sell home. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Choosing the best profession can be a daunting affair especially in modern times. Though there is prevalence of information, you might be lost with choices, as all careers look promising at a glance. Real estate still is a lucrative profession and you can create an excellent career with the right information. (more…)

Posted October 30, 2014 by

Should You Become An Auto Insurance Agent?

Kimberly Quinones

Kimberly Quinones, VP of Sales Midwest at Illinois Vehicle Auto Insurance

Selecting a career path that is challenging, interesting and stable can require some careful thought and consideration. Among the choices that can provide stability and the opportunity to grow within the industry is becoming an auto insurance agent. Understanding the potential benefits and downsides of the career can make it easier to determine if it is the right job for your career goals. (more…)

Posted October 10, 2014 by

Study Says Volunteers Have a Better Chance to Find Employment

Team of young volunteers picking up litter in the park

Team of young volunteers picking up litter in the park. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

For college students and recent graduates without internships or entry level jobs, volunteering can give their job searches a boost.  As a volunteer, you can build your resume and obtain invaluable work experience for the future.  Learn about the study in the following post. (more…)

Posted August 18, 2014 by

Are You a Recent High School Graduate Searching for Jobs? 20 Well Paid Positions for those without a College Degree

While getting a college degree can help boost your career, if you’re a recent graduate of high school there are jobs you might be interested in.  Learn 20 positions that pay well without a degree in the following post.

In several of these jobs, workers may need to attend vocational school or other non-college-level training programs to achieve licensure or certification. Additionally, entry-level requirements will vary by state, locality, and…

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Posted May 13, 2014 by

Class of 2014 Expects to Find Entry Level Jobs in Their Career Fields, but Will They?

As the class of 2014 prepares to graduate, most of them believe they will find entry level jobs within their career fields.  However, is this a realistic expectation for these soon to be college graduates?  The following post has more information.

Graduates, she says, may be buoyed by improved jobs numbers recently, but they still face some uncertainties. Upcoming graduates are placing stock in job training because they intend to stay longer in their entry-level jobs.

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