Posts Tagged “Career”


There are numerous medical careers, including entry-level positions in medical billing and coding, front office work, reception, and pharmacy technician positions. Discover opportunities in medicine that don’t involve going to medical school or nursing school with help from a career counseling specialist in this free video on medical careers. Expert: Robbie Hurtado Bio: Robbie Hurtado is a career counseling specialist at the Richmond Works One-Stop Career Center. Filmmaker: Sam Lee

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How long should you wait to follow up on an application? Is it better to follow up by phone or email? Alex Daleo answers these questions and more as she addresses the dos and don’ts for following up on an application.

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Shaking hands is an important part of making that all-important first impression, especially at job interviews and while networking. Here are some quick tips on how to do it right. Presented by Mark Swartz (CareerActivist.com), Monster.ca National Career Coach.

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Truck-driving jobs and careers are often determined by the license that a driver has, and whether it is a Class A or Class B license. Discover how Class B truck drivers can do delivery and pier transit jobs with help from a career counseling specialist in this free video on truck-driving careers. Expert: Robbie Hurtado Bio: Robbie Hurtado is a career counseling specialist at the Richmond Works One-Stop Career Center. Filmmaker: Sam Lee

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Networking early and often during your job search by getting involved with Career Services employer recruiting events at UMBC. For more information visit: www.careers.umbc.edu

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Information about Ignite your job search Career Day at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto on Tuesday August 25th, 2009 from 8:30 am – 8:00 pm

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Sandra Schwarzer, Director of INSEAD Career Services talks about how the team supports students to effectively manage their job search throughout the MBA Programme and beyond, shares employment statistics and tips for a successful job hunt.

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Keva Dine from San Diego creative boutique search firm, TKDA, Inc. discusses the importance of “articulation” with The Art Institutes. The Art Institutes is a system of over 40 schools located throughout North America.

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