Posts Tagged ‘ salary ’

Guest Article – The Less Glamorous Careers; Advice and Fact

Jul 18th, 2012 | By | Category: Career advice, career choice, career choices, choosing a career

Posted on July 11, 2012 by Staff Writers Few children tout that they want to be an accountant or a petroleum engineer when they grow up, even if the expertise required by those jobs make them amongst the highest paying careers. Rather, children have big dreams about becoming actors, artists, or writers with a […]

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Overcoming career statistics

Sep 25th, 2011 | By | Category: abundance, aptitude, career choice, career choices, challenges, natural talent, strategy

Are you plagued by the statistics that seem to fill the headlines regarding personal success? There are the classics that say you cannot reach the top unless you go to an Ivy League school. Another states that unless you are in the top 5% of your class in grade school you don’t have a chance. […]

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Learn and Earn

Feb 6th, 2011 | By | Category: abundance, application, aptitude, Career advice, career choice, confidence, self confidence, skills, strategy

The main reason we go to work is to make money. One of the primary goals of most workers is to increase their income. In most jobs pay increases come from raises and promotions. In theory the better we become at our jobs the more valuable we are to the organization. This especially true of […]

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Titles and Tribulations

Jun 27th, 2010 | By | Category: abundance, aptitude, Career advice, career challenges, career choices, challenges, fear, interview, job description, mentor, office problems, yearly review

This week I responded to a question posted on The question read; “My new boss has told me and my other 2 colleagues that she is going to change our job titles as its not working for the private hospital we work in. Our titles are Team Leaders and she wants to change it […]

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Value of College

Apr 4th, 2010 | By | Category: abundance, Career advice, career challenges, challenges, mentor, personality, success

There are a lot of articles floating on the web questioning the value of a college degree.   Several try to answer the question of the value of your degree based on earning power versus cost.  The rational is that as the cost of attending college rises, the financial burden may negate the benefits of a […]

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Interview Taboos

Mar 14th, 2010 | By | Category: abundance, Career advice, career challenges, challenges, interview, mentor, success, taboo

For the past couple of weeks I have been advising a young person who moved to a new area and was looking for a new job.  She had an impressive resume and is very good at preparing and presenting herself at interviews.  Although we did discuss some ways to phrase touchy interview questions, such as […]

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