Several virtual reality programs promise to help adults with autism excel in job interviews. These computer-based programs offer people with autism an opportunity to conduct simulated job interviews with virtual human resource (HR) representatives. Equipped with voice recognition technology, the software are designed for assessing the appropriateness of response and giving feedback. Adults suffering from autism spectrum disorder usually face difficulties in social communication. Needless to mention, limited communication skills can have a detrimental effect on job interviews. The virtual reality programs help autistic people to overcome the difficulties, work as a team member and convey to the employer that

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

Over the past few years, patient care technician has emerged as one of the most demanding professions in the health care industry. Though the job of a patient care technician is very similar to that of a nursing assistant, but it includes more responsibility. In addition to taking care of patients in hospitals and nursing homes, these medical professionals are equally responsible for acquiring information on the patients’ vital signs and carrying out normal every day activities such as gathering samples of blood from the patient. Patient care technicians are often one of the key members of a medical team

Research and determination are the keys to success, whether you’re 25 or 65 When Wendell Hall was asked to relocate for the 13th time in 31 years, he realized how demanding and unfulfilling his corporate life had become. As a vice president of operations for General Motors Acceptance Corp., he oversaw lending activities among GM dealers throughout the Western U.S. The job required lots of travel and, at age 55, another transfer, this time from northern New Jersey to Detroit. “I wasn’t willing to do that again, so I left,” he says. Mr. Hall accepted an early retirement offer, then