Upgrade Yourself – Marketing You During a Recession
The recent economic downturn has led to increased rates of unemployment in the last year. Both recent college graduates and experienced workers are charged with upgrading their skills to compete for limited jobs. Below are several tips to help upgrade you and increase your competitiveness.How to Protect Your Job?
The world is in the grip of recession. Everyday we have been reading news like layoffs, company closures, court seizures, etc. Although the governments all over the world started pumping billions and trillions of dollars in to their respective economies and promised to do that for the next coming 2 years, the downward trend that has been started has not been showing any effects of slowing down, so far. Getting a Pink Slip at this moment, where new jobs are almost nil, is a clear signal of danger for you.Certified Virtual Assistants – How the Job is Changing
It wasn’t long ago that being a virtual assistant meant doing administrative duties for professionals and business owners. Anything that you could do from a computer and with a phone, your VA could do too.Preparing For, and Overcoming a Job Loss
During these fickle economic times, with a record high number of foreclosures, financial markets in trouble, and now the problems in the domestic automotive industries, a lot of people are losing their jobs and experts predict that there are more job cuts to come. A common question, most people who find themselves at high risk for losing their jobs is, “what am I going to do next?”Interview Thank-You Letter – 10 Dos & Don’ts Because It’s Not Your Grandfather’s Thank-You Letter!
Following an interview you will want to send a thank-you letter to those who interviewed you. Why? Because you have been told it’s a good idea. Other candidates won’t bother. How hard can it be?How Never to Worry About Unemployment
If you’re not worried about unemployment today, you certainly should be. During the month of November 2008, the Labor Department has reported that over 500,000 jobs were lost in the United States. Companies are looking at the realities of the recession staring them in the face, and are taking steps to prepare for it. The first thing they do with this kind of problem is to eliminate jobs and reduce their workforce. The sad reality is if you work for a company, or even another person, your employment is at risk.Advice For the Aspiring DJ
Three fundamental elements that successful DJ’ing requires is a love of music, perseverance and enthusiasm. If you have those, then you are most definitely on the right track to become a DJ! But what else do you need to know?Avoiding the 2009 Layoff Notice – Surviving the Pink Slip
Are you experiencing the potential loss of your job? Pink Slip Avoidance is focused on creative ways and strategies to keep you from being a Layoff target. Downsizing is becoming more common as companies try to survive the economic turmoil and look for ways to cut expenses. If you are in danger of losing your job, this article may help you with ideas and concepts that could make a difference whether you are laid off or not. The best defense is to promote your value and adapt to the changing landscape.Advice For Young Creatives
Are you a high school or college student considering a career as a marketing, advertising or production creative? Here are six lessons to help you get started on the right foot.Lifestyle Design – Celebrate Your Career – Part I
More than a third of our lives are spent in pursuit of our livelihood. Too often this is not a celebration but instead an obligation and a decision by default. Unfortunately without the willingness to take risks and sometimes take a new path, we wind up living our work life by default rather than by our own design. Regardless of where you find yourself in your career there are ways that you can celebrate that commitment and benefit from your unique skills and abilities (even if your genuine talent rests on another path.)5 Simple Steps For Improving Your Life – Revitalising Your Career
The New Year brings with it a rush of resolutions; a decision to give up smoking, drink less alcohol, resist chocolate cake, save more money and find that perfect job. Resolutions can be hard to keep, especially as everyday life means you often don’t have the time or energy to stick to the promises you’ve made yourself. But there is one resolution you can keep, and that’s finding your perfect job.New Teacher Tips – Are You in the Lesson Planning Trap?
Are you in the Lesson Planning Trap? Here are some tips that will help you get out of that lesson planning trap for good.