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Posted July 02, 2014 by

Advance Your Career In Web Designing To Engage In Challenging And Creative Pursuits

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When you work as a web designer, you must realize that designing web pages is more than creativity. It supports the business ends of your client. It plays a crucial role in driving e-commerce and building a company’s brand. At times, an impressive and good website is more effective than a brochure. It can influence the target audience and can capture relevant user-data easily. Through targeted marketing, it can improve a firm’s business. The main role of a web designer is to make a product functional and beneficial for a client.  If you are working as a web designer in a company’s ecommerce site your main responsibility is to make buying easy. (more…)

Posted May 28, 2014 by

Internship Finder, 5 New Opportunities to Consider

If you are an internship finder looking for some new opportunities to consider, check out five here in the following post.

Featured: Featured We’ve got brand NEW internships for you to apply for today!1. Editorial Intern for DC Modern Luxury Mag2. Web Designer for Five by Five3. Traffic Operations Intern for Digital Trends4. Research Intern for Fresh Charities5. Intern for Savvy Media

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Posted March 03, 2014 by

Where are the Best Entry Level Jobs and Which Ones Have Earning Potential?

College students and recent graduates, the following post shares where you can find the best entry level jobs and the ones that have good earning potential, according to one source.

Best Companies for Entry Level Jobs, according to Forbes. Enterprise Rent-A-Car; Teach for America; Verizon Wireless; Hertz Auto Rental; PricewaterhouseCoopers; KPMG, LLP; Target; Ernst & Young; City Year; Aerotek…

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Posted November 12, 2013 by

What is the Potential Salary for Your Entry Level Job?

When searching for an entry level job, you’ll likely want to know how much money you can earn.  The following post lists specific entry level jobs and their potential salaries.

salary In this tight economic condition that we are living in, the average salary of entry level jobs vary, depending on the category. Reality is, fresh graduates may expect a good job upon graduation. Sadly, this is not made…

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Posted March 14, 2012 by

The Life of a Web Designer

I have worked as a freelance web designer for four years, and have completed design projects for lawyers, medical professionals, entrepreneurs, and professionals in a variety of other industries.

My role is to provide web design services on an as-needed basis. I spend about 50 percent of my time working on design projects, and the other 50 percent marketing my services, managing my portfolio, and taking care of administrative tasks such as accounting and invoicing. (more…)

Posted December 28, 2011 by

Good Careers that Don’t Need Excessive Education

The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn, but to unlearn.” – Gloria Steinem

The four-year degree has recently been called in to question due to the large amounts of those with them who can’t find a job. Thousands of recent college graduates are now without work, and are still suffering from the burden of high student loans. Many of those graduates attended college under the pretense that they would be able to obtain a career after graduation.

Unfortunately, that’s not the case anymore.

The once sought after college degree isn’t as important as it once was – especially if it is a liberal arts degree. Employers now want individuals with specific training and actual experience – and usually two year programs do a better job at fitting this bill than 4 year colleges do. Great two year programs that are generally more useful include: (more…)