An Article by contributor Gigi Wara. AutoCAD is a software that is used to make computer-aided designs and drafts. It is used to build blueprints for a variety of things such as buildings and various items. Three dimensional models and two dimensional drawings are made from this program. The software is frequently used in many different occupations. Here are four amazing careers that use CAD. Industrial Design There are many CAD design careers. One design career that utilizes CAD is industrial design. People who work in the field of industrial design create various products. Usually, an industrial designer will specialize … / Read more »
The role of payroll specialist might not be something you’ve heard of before, but it could be the perfect job for you! Read on to find out exactly what they do, how much money they make and the skills you would need to enter this career field. From there, you’ll be ready to decide whether or not being a payroll specialist is in your future! What Do They Do? A payroll specialist is involved with keeping track of the time people spend working, as well as making sure they’re getting paid the right amount for those hours. They make sure … / Read more »
An article by contributor Meghan Belnap. After years spent on your undergraduate studies, going back to school may not be high on your to-do list. You worked hard to attain your degree in order to get a good job that pays the bills and allows you opportunity for growth. Perhaps your undergrad didn’t quite get you the type of career you’ve always wanted and now you feel stuck in your current job. Here are six degree’s that pay better with more schooling: Electrical & Computer Engineering Students with a master’s degree in computer and electrical engineering can work for some … / Read more »
Spring 2014 Graduates – One Year After Graduation The following infographic presents data on the career outcomes of Spring 2014 college graduates one year after completing their degrees. This data was gathered from 31, 365 respondents by 39 schools in 21 states using The Outcomes Survey. Additional data, reports and infographics on the 2014 graduating class are available on The Outcomes Survey website.
The field of consulting offers a varied career and can open up a range of diverse opportunities for graduates who wish to prioritize flexibility over and above upwards mobility. While many choose to work within the management, scientific or technical consultancy industries, the role has much in common with entrepreneurship — especially as many more opt to build their own consultancy firms while acting as independent contractors. Over the following guide, you’ll find everything you need to know about what’s required and what you’ll need to do to get started on the right path. What Consultants Are Expected to Do … / Read more »