Below is a list of websites that may be interest to scientists looking outside of academia. This is by no means a complete list, so if you know of other useful sites, let me know, and I will add them in! The central questions to be addressed include: What skills and traits do employers look for in prospective entry-level employees? What educational practices has experience shown to be effective in passing on employability skills and traits to students? No…not just the military. There are many effective learning environments.
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While the periodicals I am showing you here may seem expensive compared to your every-day magazine, as a professional publication, they are well worth the price. Besides, if you are working as a designer, you should be able to claim these as a deduction on your taxes. Both of these high-quality magazines from Europe are published 6 times a year.
This book packs one of the biggest punches of any I’ve read on the topic of homelessness. Learn what children had to say about their homelessness. It cuts straight through any polite fictions or platitudes. Robust US jobs data eased fears about the health of the global economy and prompted a bounce-back in commodity prices after a frantic sell-off the day before.
Physical therapists earn about $90,000 annually. This is one of the entry-level high paying jobs in the medical field. With the right qualifications, a person can enter this stream and start off with a good annual salary. This is one of the high paying jobs for women as well.
I have been a part time (cuz I can’t stand it) Optometrist for 25 years (yes, 25 for financial security!!! And fear…) and have ALWAYS been looking for a new career. Have had my hand in entrepreneurship during the same amount of time to work the creative side of my brain. Looking to figure out how to use so many years being in the industry (& a Ton of online marketing and sales knowledge) and get a new career that feeds my soul. Maybe consulting. Any ideas greatly welcomed!