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How to Become a Home Builder

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An Article by contributor Alicia Hill. For many asking, what does a home builder do? This article is a summary of that answer. A home builder is a strenuous, but rewarding job for a person who enjoys working outside on a hands-on project. A home-builder works on the construction of private homes anywhere from custom, one-of-a-kind homes, to a production of similarly designed houses. What Qualifications Do You Need to Be a Builder? Home builders often have a degree in construction, and hands-on experience building residential homes. A home builder is responsible for everything that makes up a home; from … / Read more »




How to Write a Resume That Caters to the Job You’re Applying For

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An Article by contributor Hannah Whittenly. In 2018, the American labor market is enjoying some of the lowest levels of unemployment in history, but this does not mean that you should be complacent in your job search. This is the best time to get the job you really want, one that is aligned with your skills and expectations. Although the dynamics of looking for work have changed in recent years, resumes are still the foundation of a successful job search. Here are four recommendations on how to craft your resume for the purpose of getting the best job possible: List … / Read more »




How to Become a Podiatrist | Podiatry Careers & Qualifications

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An article by contributor Alicia Hill. Introduction To Podiatry The human foot is a very complex part of the body containing 26 bones and 33 joints and in excess of a hundred tendons, muscles and ligaments. With this level of detail it’s no wonder that there is a growing need for podiatrists who specializes in diagnosing foot problems, treating injuries and undertaking surgery of the feet and ankles. As more and more people participate in outdoor activities and sports the increasing demand for podiatrists makes this an interesting and highly skilled career path. Podiatry can also potentially offer good financial … / Read more »




Working & Studying Together: Can It Be Done?

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An infographic courtesy of Study Medicine Europe. Anyone who has ever attempted to balance working with studying a university course will tell you that, irrespective of which option they were doing full-time, it is a tough ask. No matter how tired you might feel after coming home from one, you still need to revitalize yourself for the other. A lot of the time, you might not even get home, instead going directly from one to the other. You’re probably beginning to wonder if it’s even possible to juggle working and studying without having to overly compromise on one of them. … / Read more »




How to Become a Certified Personal Trainer

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An article by contributor Alicia Hill. A personal trainer’s job is to work one-on-one with someone to motivate them as they perform a program of exercise. Some people seek out personal trainers because they want help losing weight while others want to gain more muscle strength and increase energy. Personal trainers also offer guidance on eating in a healthy way. Think of a personal trainer as a professional who partners with someone to help them get healthier. Checkout some information on how to become a certified personal trainer. Certified Personal Trainer Salary In 2015, according to the Bureau of Labor … / Read more »