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Top 2010 resolution picks
T'is the season to start a new year – and to make it Happy! Take this week’s CareerTIPs, and make Happy New Year resolutions that help you realize success at work.
Crossroads Career Work Book
Find jobs, careers and God's calling. Learn seven steps through crossroads in your career - a faith-based, Christ-centered approach to career development and job search.
Playing in the Zone
How great would it be to have a career that hits your sweet spot? Where you get to play in the zone - doing what you do best and like most that scores the most points. This week - how to find your sweet spot and play in the zone.
The 7 fastest growing occupations
Find out what's hot. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics just released new Employment Projections through 2012. This week's CareerTIP® advice - Learn and Earn from the 7 Fastest Growing Occupations.
The 7 fastest employment growth industries
Start preparing today for your career of tomorrow. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics just released Employment Projections through 2012. This week's CareerTIP® advice - Learn and Earn from the 7 Fastest Growing Industries in Wage and Salary Growth Employment.
College students - Make it happen!
Once upon a time, companies were waiting in line at graduation to hire students and put them on a career ladder to success. Not any more. Today, it's your career, and you can make it happen!
Untangling IT careers
With the economic free-fall in the early 2000s, especially for the Information Technology sector, it can be difficult now to tell which careers are the fast lanes on the information super highway. This week we try to untangle the mystery of what's hot and what's not in IT.
Healthy careers in healthcare
As the largest industry in 2002, health services provided 12.9 million jobs — 12.5 million jobs for wage and salary workers and about 382,000 jobs for the self-employed. Changing careers? Get a check-up on healthy careers.
Start your own business?
"Entrepreneurship" - the 2nd highest listed career goal according to mygoals.com. Starting your own business can be risky. Win or lose - it can be a lot of money! This week's career tips can decide.
Careers with Uncle Sam and His Relatives
That's right! There are thousands of government job opportunities - not only to work for the U.S., but also for state and local governments. This week, we'll check them out.
Is working at home right for you?
Should you become one of the over 20 million people who work at home? Before you do, compare, prepare and beware of working at home using this week's CareerTIP® advice.
Declaration of Freedom
As we get ready for celebrating Independence day this coming 4th of July, let us consider being In Dependence on God, instead of being in bondage to debt. Free yourself from slavery to the wrong job, because "you need the money."
Homeland Security - a career for you?
As we approach Memorial Day 2004, the threat advisory for our country is elevated to "significant risk of terrorist attacks." This week, we explore career opportunities in homeland security across our country and down the street.
Careers in our Armed Forces
"A steadfast commitment to serve, to fight, and if necessary, to die, to preserve America and advance the ideals we cherish. It’s a commitment witnessed at each defining moment along the journey of this country." - President Barack Obama, May 29, 2010
Administrative Professionals Week
Administrative Professionals week comes every April, but every week is a great week to celebrate the 3rd largest of the 11 major occupational groups with 23 million jobs. A great career for full-time or part-time. You can work as an employee, on contract or have your own business. In an office or from your home.
Careers for working moms
The week before Mother's Day and all through the house, mom is working ever harder, even more than her spouse. For the over 30 million working moms in America carry a double load of jobs and children, CareerTIP® advice just for working moms.
Sales - a great career for you?
"Until somebody sells something, nothing happens," so the saying goes. Sales is the 2nd largest of 22 major occupational groups in the U.S. - with over 13 million people in sales jobs. A successful career in sales is one of the best ways to make more money and have more flexibility - IF - you can find the right fit for you.
Forced to change careers?
Is your company is about to downsize? Has your industry has been shrinking? Is God shutting one door and opening another? Is there a career crossing ahead? You can be doing a great job in the right occupation, but be in an industry that is going down. See how your industry is doing in the overview and outlook below.
This Christmas, give your gifts an education
This week, we will show you places where you can educate your God-given gifts. Further education adds skills to your gifts that will help you learn and earn more. "Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will serve before kings; he will not serve before obscure men."
Career workshops that work for you
This week: the importance and value of a significant investment of time and money in career workshops. Learn tips on how to pick the right workshop for you. How to prepare? What to do at the workshop? How to make the most of it after it's over?
Find the right career counselor - for you
This week we explore how to find, qualify and select the right career counselor for you through three counselor-related associations. "Where there is no guidance the people fall, But in abundance of counselors there is victory."
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