When the graduation celebrations have ended, many recent graduates must consider what they are going to do with their lives. When I started talking with my students and other graduates from other institutions, the clarity of what they were going to do after college life was murky at best. Surprisingly, the majority of the graduating seniors did not have any idea of what they were going to do. Perhaps, it is generational because Millennials have a different outlook than Baby Boomers. In my last job strategy book, I along with my co-author, William Bailey, researched this problem and found a

Attorney jobs are widely available, but to get a job in this particular field is quite difficult due to the tough competitions in the present setting. But you should be aware of the fact that there are plenty of jobs available today in the present scenario which you will be interested in. In today’s business world out there, almost everything is carried out through legal procedures. This makes it possible for you to get an attorney job quite easily. The demand for job in law is higher when compared to other types of jobs such as banking, insurance management, finance

The job market of Chennai is brimming with entry level jobs for freshers in the domains of; IT enabled services, Information Technology, Banking and Healthcare. These are the domains which are the prime contributors to the economic and job growth of the city. For employers entry-level roles are the medium to utilize the skills of experienced candidates to add high value to a business, which is done by hiring fresh graduates, which push the seasoned professionals to the next orbit of their career to take up bigger challenge and responsibilities. As for the current job trends in the city, IT

The banking sector is one of the fastest growing industries. The banks are growing in terms of products and services to their clients. This growth has led to the banks seeking to recruit new staff to meet with the demand for their banking services. With online banking becoming increasingly popular banks are recruiting both professional bankers as well as information technology experts to meet the growing demand for their services. The investment banking sector will seek to recruit more financial analysts as opposed to their commercial bank counterparts who will recruit a wider scope of staff. There is demand for

So, you graduated with your MBA and have no full-time job waiting for you? Before we dive right in, let me just congratulate you on earning your MBA degree. I know that it took a large effort on your part, possibly a sacrifice on many levels, and was also stressful, fun, exhausting, and fulfilling. Well done! Graduation itself was probably a mix of happiness, relief, and even a little sadness because you were saying goodbye to some good friends. Maybe there was also something else. You knew that many of your classmates had full-time job offers waiting for them in

So you think you want to establish a career where you get to work with reptiles and amphibians. If that is the case, this article is for you. Why did I write an article about getting what seems to be an easy-to-obtain job? First, there are a lot of people who contact zoos, museums, and websites asking just that question. While there are some pamphlets available that briefly address the question (ASIH, no date; SSAR, 1985), there are few other published resources available (Barthel (2004); Sprackland and McKeown, 1995, 1997; Sprackland, 2000). There are some guides to entering the academic

A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology or BSIT is a bachelor’s degree offered to students who want to pursue an undergraduate course in information technology. Students, who want to pursue a career in information technology, can opt for this course. Depending upon the country, from where the course is being done, BSIT courses have varying time to get completed. The degree basically focuses on subjects like databases, software and networking in general. This degree primarily stresses on specific technologies, unlike mathematical and theoretical foundations focused in a computer science degree. This degree is awarded when one completes his studies

The Middle East has always been a frontier for the best job opportunities across a wide spectrum of sectors. The economy in the Middle East has witnessed tremendous growth in the past decade, opening a flood of excellent and lucrative Middle job opportunities at all levels of employment. There are many openings for professionals in the oil and gas sector, healthcare, teaching, banking, finance, IT and many more. Why choose a job in the Middle East? The Middle East is a treasure trove of jobs. Due to the development activities in the region, there is a continuous need for both

The economy is expected to continue creating jobs for workers at all levels of education and training. Occupations that require a post secondary award (an associate’s degree) are estimated to have faster growth rates than occupations requiring less education or training. According to the Ministry of Tourism, Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) Tourism revenues are expected to rise by 42 per cent from 2007 to 2017. Every year, more than 3 million tourists visit the Taj Mahal in Agra. Despite short- and medium-term setbacks, tourism revenues are expected to rise by 42 per cent from 2007 to 2017. FHRAI is committed

Business school provides a path that allows you to follow your passion and advance (or recreate) your career, while gaining important leadership skills. And diversity – which brings unique insights, experiences and perspectives to the MBA classroom – is integral to the rich fabric of this invaluable business school experience. Diversity in the classroom better prepares all students to compete in a multiethnic and multiracial global marketplace. It’s also a key priority for employers across the country that target business schools with diverse student bodies. That’s all good news for minority candidates. Yet, even as many top business schools strive

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