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Pursuing a Career in Banking and Finance

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An article by contributor Saurabh Tyagi. The world economy is going through a volatile phase and therefore, it needs able minded professionals who are good at handling finances and policy changes more than ever. This calls for excellent banking and finance managers who have the ability to work under hostile circumstances.  If you are looking to make a career in this field this post will help you in the same. A banking or finance manager is a role of great responsibility as his advice and decisions can change the fortune of a company. In the capacity of this position the … / Read more »




Investment Profession: 5 Keys to Starting a Career in Real Estate

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An article by contributor Dixie Somers. A career in real estate can be financially and emotionally rewarding. You can help people find their new homes and spaces that suit their needs perfectly. However, getting started in this field is not as easy as you might think. Before you make the switch, here is what you should know about being a realtor. 1) It’s All About the Work Realtors do receive a handsome commission when they sell a home, but that’s only after a good deal of work. Successful realtors engage regularly in sales, they network and treat their career like their … / Read more »




Resume Preparation Tips | Writing About Your Work Experience

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An article by contributor Gigi W. When applying for a position that you have not had before, you may be stumped at how your prior experience fits. But when trying to determine how to get hired, even with or without work experience, you have to use every tool in your arsenal, and that includes all your work experience. So how do you write about your work experience, especially some of the first jobs you’ve had, on your professional resume? Prepare And Research First When looking to apply for a job, the first thing you need to do is examine the … / Read more »




How can I start my professional network?

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Erin from University of Texas at Dallas asked: “I’m getting ready to graduate in the spring, but haven’t found a job yet. People often find jobs by knowing someone who knows someone, but how can I meet people who would want to hire me when I’m still in school?” Thank you for your question, Erin! You’re right, having professional connections greatly enhances your job prospects. When you know-someone-who-knows-someone, there’s a certain level of validity and accountability attached to your name that you can’t achieve with a resume alone. It can be a daunting prospect to start your professional network, especially before … / Read more »




5 Important Things to Know about the Nursing Industry

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An article by contributor Dixie Somers. If you find yourself feeling an intense calling or need to be in a particular career field or job, you should count yourself lucky. Nurses tend to be people who experience this feeling. If you are a person with a strong feeling to help other people, a keen intellect and an aggressive work ethic, you might find a rewarding career as a nurse. Nurses find the job fulfilling, but they will be the first to tell you it is not an easy job. Here are some things you need to know about working as nurse … / Read more »