How to Impress a Potential Employer

With the current state of the economy, a large number of people are currently searching for jobs. Even those who are well qualified, and who would have been snapped up at a good salary during better times, are struggling to find work at all; let alone a position which pays as well as they would like. If you’re looking for employment and you want to know how to impress employers, boosting your chances of securing a job, then read on for some tips. Write a Great Resume (CV) One of the most common mistakes that job seekers make (and I’m

Creative Careers That Pay Over $50,000 Per Year!

Do you have a creative streak in you? Then we’re sure you must have considered a career that uses this skill of yours to the fullest. But how many times have you been told by well-meaning friends and family that creativity and money seldom go together? While this may be true for some occupations in the creative field, there are also quite a few well-paying ones. Here’s a look at some creative careers that pay over $50,000 per year. Art Directors   Median 2010 pay = $80,630 per year What could be more creative than planning an entire art design,

The Educational Requirements of College Professors

The path to become a college professor is a long and arduous journey.  In general, most college professors have a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree, but not all do.  Likewise, a Ph.D. is often not enough to secure a tenured position at a college or university.  Here is a look at various professorial positions and the educational requirements for each. Teaching Assistant Degree Required: none, bachelor’s, master’s Most college professors begin their careers as teaching assistants, or TAs.  TAs are upper-level students who assist their professor with his teaching responsibilities.  Usually TAs are graduate students, so they have a bachelor’s

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