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Posted September 29, 2014 by

Thinking of Building Your Salesforce Career? Here are Things to Consider

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Sales force concept. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A salesforce career is among the most lucrative careers in the market right now. Clients are always looking for salesforce administrators as well as developers.  If you are thinking of building your career in this industry, not a day will end without you having to share your knowledge and skills with companies that need programming software.

Salesforce careers are all about offering programmatic access to information in organizations-the tools that the administrator or developer uses are called Salesforce API. These application programming interfaces, API, are secured to protect the information of the organization against intruders. If you would like to build your career in this industry, you need to understand how to use API in client based projects. (more…)

Posted September 18, 2014 by

5 Reasons to Find a Job that Matches Your Skill Set Instead of Your Passion

Young female student looking through job offers on board

Young female student looking through job offers on board. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Most, if not all, job seekers have heard that they should find something they’re passionate about for work.  While it makes sense to do what you really like, should you be searching for a job this way?  The following post shares five reasons why this method could be wrong.

Much of the career advice that’s doled out these days encourages young people to “follow their dreams” and “feed their passion.” And sure, it sounds good. Who wouldn’t want to make money by doing a job that doesn’t really feel like “work”? Who wouldn’t want to turn a lifelong dream into a reality?  But if you’re hoping (or holding out) for your dream job, Ben Carpenter is here with some tough love: What you’re good at should trump what you’re passionate about. (more…)