George S. McClellan, Kristina L. Creager, Marianna Savoca

It sometimes seems like the terms “job,” “occupation,” and “career” mean the same thing. A job is a regular activity that is performed in exchange for a payment. Let us look at some examples to make this idea clear for you. A vendor selling fruits is doing his job, while a biochemist working at a pharmaceutical company is doing his job. Even the president of US is a job that is currently being undertaken by President Barack Obama. One may get daily wages or he may get a salary in a month, but this is just a difference in the mode of payment, while the nature of job remains the same. A job may involve physical work or it may involve the use of brain such as writing or working on hardware or software. In short, a job is what a person is doing today in his life to earn … Read more

George S. McClellan, Kristina L. Creager, Marianna Savoca

Students can seek guidance selecting a major, planning a career, developing job-search strategies, and more. Competitive Skills Scholarship Program is open to qualified Maine residents and pays for education and training for high-wage jobs in demand in the state. Applications for CSSP are accepted at Maine’s CareerCenters either during a Statewide open application period or as openings occur in specific counties. A job can put food on the family table. Some jobs even earn people high wages.

Career is defined as the occupation endeavoured by a person, for an important period of his life. It is the series of jobs that a person has done all over his life. It is the long-term goal of an individual’s life. A career is not confined to a job only, but it is a course of life, in which a person employs his knowledge, skills, education, competencies.

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George S. McClellan, Kristina L. Creager, Marianna Savoca

At BESTSELLER, you get the chance to learn, grow, tailor and affect your future career. After you have researched your company and identified possible next moves, you want to make yourself an attractive candidate. One of the benefits of a lateral move is that it’s not a full-blown job search. You probably won’t need a resume since you’re already in the company. You may not need as many interviews because enough people might already know you. However, you may need a resume and a series of interviews, especially if the move you’re hoping to make is to a different location or to a very different group. In addition, your manager’s recommendation or other review of your performance may come into play. Similar to an external job search, you want to get all of your material together and be prepared to interview. You still need to be job-search ready for a … Read more

George S. McClellan, Kristina L. Creager, Marianna Savoca

It sometimes seems like the terms “job,” “occupation,” and “career” mean the same thing. Become a world changer with us. Search open opportunities to put your skills and career goals to work for you and Cisco. While more education is often required for a career, you don’t need to spend the rest of your life in school just to get ahead. South College offers many associate degree programs that can be completed in just two years, getting you started on your new career before you know it.

Although self-awareness is a foundational requirement for career success, it is a very rare trait. According to a research mentioned in the Harvard Business Review January 2018 edition, only 10-15 per cent of the 5,000 people that were studied, exhibited self-awareness. At Maersk Drilling, we believe in the value of treating people with trust and respect, and in treating every employee according to … Read more