Articles Tagged ‘Job Interviews’
An exciting and sometimes intimidating process is finding your first job out of college. On the one hand, your future depends on it! What you’ll be faced with are expenses like food, student loan payments, rent, and the pressure of trying to find the perfect job. But the workplace today is different from your parents’ generation. Changing careers multiple times is what happens in an average person’s work history. Does this mean you should take your first job out of college lightly? Not at all-it simply means that you can stop worrying, and focus your energies on finding the best possible job for you at this time.
So you are a 15 year old searching for your first part-time or casual job may be a little daunting. Well I must say, getting a job is tough for everyone which also includes myself. But it certainly is harder when you have not had any experience working. So you have no idea where to start in completing a resume, this can appear difficult. Of course, your parents are probably no help; “it’s simple”, they say, “just go ask Bob at the corner store for a job; he will surely give you one!” So, how do you go about receiving your first job?
The interview follow up letter can make or break your odds of becoming hired. For that reason it should become an essential part of your job-seeking tool box, right in there with the other tools you use: resume, cover letter, thank you note, reference sheet and salary history.
Ever since you were little you KNEW you loved to cook, but did you ever want to be a professional chef or did you aspire to be a doctor, lawyer or marry a supermodel just like every other kid your age? Where does one to start dreaming of being a chef? How can you make a career out of cooking?
If you enjoy office work and are interested in the medical field, then what you need to do is consider a career in medical transcription. There are more job opportunities as the demand in this field continues to grow each year.