The Most Stressful Jobs:
1. Commercial Airline Pilot
2. Public Relations Executive
3. Corporate Executive, Senior
6. Advertising Account Executive
9. Emergency Medical Technician
10. Real Estate Agent
On the other hand, the majority of the least stressful jobs were found in the health care industry, as positions like dental hygienist, speech pathologist, ... Continue Reading
MORE than 21,000 cleaning jobs are up for grabs as the industry continues to buck the trends of cutbacks and tough times.
And if you think these jobs are dull or dead end, you may be surprised. The variety of roles and opportunities is endless and they can easily ... Continue Reading
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Fear not, college grads, there is a chance you may actually get a job after graduation. At the very least, your odds are much better than they were for the Class of 2010.
According to a new survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, ... Continue Reading
Environmental science and geography graduates have found conservation a popular career choice. Photograph: Alamy
Catastrophes, such as the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, not only serve as a reminder of how unpredictable the Earth can be, but also lead many to wonder why such natural disasters have become so ... Continue Reading
To be eligible for unemployment when you quit you must prove you had “good cause” to quit….
good cause includes unsafe work conditions, non payment of wages, discrimination, a significant relocation of the business…..
in a few states good cause includes the “critical care” of an immediate family member and a “significant” ... Continue Reading
NEW YORK (MainStreet) — If you were worried about the financial well-being of executives from the nation’s biggest companies, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief.
The median total compensation for the country’s 200 highest paid chief executives was $9.64 million in 2010, an increase of 12% from the year before, ... Continue Reading
MORE than 37,000 IT jobs are up for grabs today and there are more and more positions becoming available all the time.
As many firms say they are having difficulties in finding all the staff they need, now is the time to get on board.
“With latest figures showing that there are ... Continue Reading
NEW YORK (MainStreet) —Laura Dudebout was interviewing for a marketing/public relations position in 2009 when after discussing her resume and salary requirements, the hiring manager asked, “if you were a little person trapped in a bowl of salad, how would you escape?”
Dudebout was taken aback, but gave the best response ... Continue Reading
GREAT news for young jobseekers: Travelodge wants to hire 500 future leaders.
Today, the hotel chain has launched the UK’s first budget hotel management apprenticeship programme for school leavers and is looking for its first 50 apprentices.
The scheme, called JuMP (Junior Management Programme), is a fast-track route into ... Continue Reading
This is always an awkward question to answer. I recommend the following strategy in answering this question.
1. try your best to not provide any numbers – because you want to avoid either being too high or underselling yourself. Most recruiter friends always tell me “don’t be the first to draw ... Continue Reading