February 18, 2015 by William Frierson
Graduate schools offer academic degrees to their students who study in these academic institutes and get passing grades in all of the subjects that are presented to them in the course outline. These degrees are awarded in order to specify whether the students have qualified to proceed to the next standard in their educational level or not. After qualifying successfully through the college studies, most of the students look a number of opportunities that can be pursued in future. Some of these opportunities are categorized as follows:
- Higher studies including masters degrees and honors in different subjects (a number of scholarship programs are offered for higher studies as well)
- Job opportunities for fresh college graduates
- Internship programs offered by a number of organizations
July 10, 2014 by William Frierson
For recent college graduates searching for jobs, the following post includes an infographic highlighting 12 of the best positions in 2014.
Are you coming face-to-face with an important career decision? Do you know what career path you want to go down? According to our friends at Job Cluster, there are 12 professions that you must keep an eye on going forward in 2014. After all, these professions have grown by at least 7% from 2010-2013.
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November 21, 2013 by William Frierson
Recent college graduates searching for entry level jobs should be excited about the possibility of increasing starting salaries in 2014.
The just-released 2014 Salary Guides from Robert Half show that U.S. starting salaries for professional occupations are projected to increase an average of 3.7 percent next year. Technology positions are expected to see the largest gains among all fields researched, with an anticipated 5.6 percent increase in the average salary for newly hired workers. Accounting and finance professionals can expect starting salaries to rise an average of 3.4 percent, according to the research. Continue Reading
June 04, 2013 by William Frierson
Are you looking for some entry level jobs that might suit you well with an MBA? The following post has some opportunities.
Entry level positions for most careers pay entry level wages. No surprise there. Careers offer more rewards than just salary, of course. But, make no mistake, increased earnings in the first few years of employment offers a leg up on saving for retirement, paying down debt, and opening investment opportunities.
Here are a few careers that offer healthy salaries out of the starting gate for business graduates.
June 03, 2013 by William Frierson
What are five top entry level jobs for IT graduates to consider in their job searches? Find out in the following post.
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May 14, 2013 by William Frierson
It’s a great time to be in IT, at least according to two recent reports. Growth of IT jobs in several sectors shot up 4.6 percent nationally in the last year, says a new report issued by TechServe Alliance, an IT and engineering staffing and solutions firms collaborative. The TechServe report reveals an all-time high of 16,500 IT jobs added in February 2013. The employment information was collected from three separate IT categories – data processing, hosting, and related services; computer systems and design services; and management and technical consulting services. Continue Reading
March 26, 2013 by William Frierson
Are you looking for an entry level job that pays well? If so, the following post has some positions you might be interested in.
These high-paying entry-level positions require less than two years’ experience and pay at least $50000 a year.
In today’s competitive job market, it can be hard to imagine that there are jobs that pay well but don’t require years of experience. But many sectors offer high-paying entry-level jobs that are appealing to mid-career changers or recent college graduates (who are likely eager to get out from under a mound of student loan debt)
November 01, 2012 by William Frierson
If you are searching for a job in technology, then you’re likely to find one. While the unemployment rate is 7.8% nationally, the technology sector is doing even better with an unemployment rate around 6%. At the same time, 54% of CIOs said it’s challenging to find skilled professionals today, according to Robert Half Technology’s Q4 IT Hiring Index. Continue Reading
September 14, 2012 by William Frierson
Military veterans may be wondering what are some of the best jobs to pursue after completing their service time. Maybe some of the jobs in this post might appeal to them.
Veterans bring valuable skills and work habits to the civilian job market. According to Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., the training and experience individuals gain while serving in the military can qualify them to enter many good-paying, high-growth civilian jobs. Continue Reading