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Thinking about changing careers? People always ask me, “How do I change paths without having to begin at the bottom all over again?” Annoyingly, as with most things careers related; it depends.
Clearly, if you want to become a doctor, you’ll have to go to med school and start from scratch. A lawyer: back to law school, my friend. But in most fields, there isn’t just one ticket to enter. Even though your preferred field asks for a specific educational background, chances are you may be able to bypass that.See full article @ http://www.careerealism.com/changing-careers-zigzag-territory/
Another week, another accolade for Nashville’s economy.
Nashville has been named No. 2 on Forbes list of Best Cities for Jobs 2013, trailing only San Francisco on the list. Last year, Nashville placed No. 9 on the list overall.
This news following on last week’s report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics that Nashville had the strongest metro area job growth for all of 2012.
Nashville’s ranking on the Forbes was eye-catching, because the .. See full article @ http://blogs.tennessean.com/business/2013/05/10/forbes-names-nashville-no-2-on-best-jobs-for-2013-list/
Have you ever watched a big heavy equipment vehicle tear down trees, an old building or a wooded area? And within weeks, a new subdivision or shopping area emerges? I’d like to share with you 5 ways that you can run a bulldozer through your current resume to re-create a keyword rich, accomplishment-laden document that will generate interview requests for you. See full article @ http://www.careerthoughtleaders.com/
Determined to make 2013 the year you snag that dream job? The promise of January and a fresh start are always inspirational for many job hunters.
However, your resume isn’t anywhere near ready for 2013 if it’s like most in circulation
Have you heard of a hook? Individuals who write professionally (e.g., writers for press releases and sales letters) will be the first to tell you your material needs a hook. The complicated part of the process is no one can tell you what the hook should be because it’s different for each job seeker.What’s Your Hook? Cover Letter Hook Examples http://bit.ly/17LqbNL via @CAREEREALISM #JobSearch