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Posted May 01, 2013 by

7 Science Jobs for Recent College Graduates If They Have Not Earned a PhD

Even if they have not earned PhDs in science, there are jobs for recent college graduates who have other degrees or a certificate.  The following post includes seven of these job opportunities.

Thinking about a future in science? You should. A science career puts you at the cutting edge of innovations that can change the world as we know it. Plus, they come with some pretty sweet work perks. As one of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields, the demand for science professionals is blowing up. Georgetown University’s

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7 Cool Science Jobs That Don’t Require a PhD

Posted December 03, 2012 by

4 Tips To Answering The Toughest Job Interview Questions

CollegeRecruiter.comWhile you might do your best to prepare for every type of interview question, sometimes there may be one that catches you off guard.  The following post provides four tips to answer challenging interview questions effectively.

From blatant job interview questions like, “What’s your greatest weakness, weakest attribute, or most significant failure.” To soft, “What might your previous employer say?” Even softer, “You certainly seem to have a lot of strengths, but we understand no one is perfect.” The question will come one way or another, everyone knows it, yet still befuddled by it.

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4 Tips To Answering The Toughest Job Interview Questions

Posted September 13, 2012 by

Scholarship Opportunities for Multicultural Women

Here is an opportunity to help women who are multicultural pursue their dreams of careers in healthcare.

Tuition hikes at colleges and universities across the nation are putting the squeeze on many young people and forcing families to find new ways to pay for higher education or consider forgoing college altogether. In an effort to ease the burden to students during these rough economic times and increase the number of underrepresented minorities in medicine, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women(TM)and Macy’s, its national sponsor, offer the Go Red(TM) Multicultural Scholarship Fund. (more…)

Posted May 21, 2012 by

Interview with a Doctor

When people hear I’m an emergency room doctor, the first thing they want to know is why I decided to enter this field of work. Although many doctors respond to this question by stating they have always known they wanted to help people in this capacity, or are fascinated by the workings of the human body, my answer is very different. I entered into medical school after many years as a lawyer. I was in an elevator when the woman beside me had a seizure and stopped breathing. The sense of helplessness to intervene is what spurred me to possess a skill set that would help me to be able to save a life. (more…)