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Types of Employment Programs
Employment programs include a variety of programs from companies and educational institutions. They are in place for employees and students who will benefit from these extra services. What some people don’t realize is that the benefits reach the employer and educational institutions as well; p... Read more
Date: August 12
Employment Considerations of Online Education Programs
individuals who want to enter elementary education, special education, secondary education and other education programs may choose to enter their degree program online. Though this may seem like a viable option, there are a few employment considerations to take into account prior to entering any edu... Read more
Date: August 05
How to Get Work Experience During College
When you attend college, it is typically so that you can advance your career, but what do you do when employers require work experience? This is a common complaint among new college graduates and it creates a vicious circle. However you do have options for getting work experience while you’re ... Read more
Date: August 02
Career Options for Chemistry Majors
The good news with being a chemistry major is that you are posed with a variety of career options. They may be many but each arrives with a lot of unique challenges on its own. It will depend on various factors like your level of skills, your knowledge on your major and even your own personal decisi... Read more
Date: July 30
What to Know about Work at Home Jobs
Work-at-home jobs have seen a rapid increase in the last few years. As a financial and economical downgrade has occurred throughout the country and throughout the world, many companies have started seeing the benefits of hiring work-at-home contractors versus hiring on-site employees. Read more
Date: July 27
About Independent Contractors
With the current state of the economy and lack of jobs, more people are beginning to freelance and work for themselves. Independent contractors, also known as freelancers, work for companies or individuals on a per-contract basis rather than being a full time, permanent employee. Read more
Date: July 27
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