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How would you like a job that no matter where you went, you were in demand? The pay is great. Bonuses are paid when you are hired. You do not have to work in the same place year after year. In fact, you can change the vocation landscape every quarter if you wish. What kind of job am I speaking of? Nursing.There is such a nursing shortage, they can demand just that. Not just in the United States, but all over the world. It is estimated that there are over 120,000 nursing vacancies in America. And it isnt getting better. As the US population continues to get older, the nursing shortage is expected to reach 800,000 in the next decade.Nurses can name their price. Some are making as much as $60-70 per hour. Yes, these are the best of times and the worse of times for nurses. Good, because they can practically name the terms of their employment. Bad because they are being over worked and our health care is suffering as a result of it. It is only a matter of time that someones life is lost as a result of this.American hospitals are starting to look overseas to satisfy their need for nurses. As this is being written, legislation is being worked to allow these immigrants a path to citizenship as they work in our hospitals.Pulling nurses from overseas creates problems for those countries that are losing nurses. Good health care is as much a premium there as it is here. This is not the long term solution to the problem.Our government throws money at everything. Even in nursing education they provide educational grants, loans, etc. The problem is they do not have enough professors to teach new nurses. In fact, there were almost 30,000 qualified nursing students last year that could not get educated.Is this the governments responsibility to ante up even more money to educate new nurses? That is not for me to answer, but it seems like some of these agencies and hospitals could do more to encourage and help nurses enter the workplace. After all, these same agencies are willing to pay upwards to $5,000 as a hiring bonus for qualified nurses.This may not seem to be a problem to you until you find yourself needing qualified healthcare.
The best resume for an architect will be to showcase his/her previous projects. It could be a software that you architected or a bridge or beautiful house that you designed. Obviously, not everyone will have groundbreaking projects in their resume in the beginning of their career.The employer will be willing to hear about your creativity, your hardworking nature, your commitment to excellence in your resume as an architect. Following is general information for architects, some will be suitable for the experienced and some not:A clear cut career and job objective which shows your sense of direction to the employer.Your resume should have the names of each of your employers and your corresponding job titles.A brief description about each of your employers, what they are doing if they are not well known.Your roles and responsibilities in work like planning, analysis, design, implementation and testing.If you did any budgetary responsibility projects, specify some of the important projects that you have worked on and whether you completed a project on budget and on time.The number of staff that you manage if applicable for a particular project to show your leadership qualities.Include some of the problems that you faced in a particular project or a process in your department or company and what action you took to solve that problem and what was the result of it.To make your resume unique and stand out from others by specifying how you have improved the efficiency and productivity within your department or the company.New procedures, practices, processes and techniques that you have introduced or developed in your department to enhance the efficiency and productivity.Include how your techniques and methods saved money or reduced costs for your department or the company.Include a short note on how you have increased or helped your department, if relevant and for the company in terms of revenue and profits.Specify if you have any other achievements that have benefited your employers.Specify how you stay in touch with the latest happenings in the Architect field, may be you are a member of some organizations, or the white papers you presented, meetings you attended etc..
You hear a lot about people making a lot of money working some MLM opportunity but the only problem with these are that you need to make an investment and you have to know a lot of people. I have a guaranteed income each month that covers my rent but I'm at home all the time and not earning any additional money. When my wife and i first arrived in Brunswick we applied at a lot of local businesses but the problem being is that at the present moment we only have one car between us.I had signed up with Guru over a year ago but pretty much never had pursued it. Guru is a site that says you can make bids on freelance work. The only problem is that you can only have one active profile at a time. With Careerbuilder you can apply for retail sales positions, telemarketing positions, and whatever else gets your fancy. You can do all of this without limitation. I did receive an invitation in some junk mail last week about a low cost trial for a freelance site and i signed up and responded to as many ads as I qualified for.I got zero replies so I canceled my membership. Otherwise it would have automatically charged my credit card for a full months membership and since I got nothing from the trial i was not about to keep the service. I then did some searches on the Net for articles about freelance, work-at-home jobs, telecommuting, etc. What I learned is that there are a lot of sites that will only give you the right information if you pay a membership fee. These sites are making money off of anybody who signs up but I almost guarantee that none of the members are actually getting and work from these sites.I spent the day yesterday visiting any freelance work site that didn't charge any fees up front. They may try to get you to sign up for additional services which have a cost but to look at and reply to jobs cost you nothing. Most of the responses i received though were from people trying to get me into some Biz Opp. Or only offering a job where your only compensation is commission after the sale is made.I have tried commission only work in the past and at first you are all hyped up about the work. This is the same if you have ever signed up for one of theses MLM companies. After a while you get fed up when you find that you were the only person to get really excited about a certain product or Biz. The recruiter's for these opportunities are very good about getting you all excited about the possible money you can make.I did respond to this one ad that went like this;Make $500 to $1000 a day Just by Returning Calls.Not MLM, No Selling, No Inventory, no Start upIt gave an email address that I replied to and today i received a phone call about it. The lady asked me a few questions like could i follow a specific business plan and after i responded positively she told me to call a certain number at 3:00 PM today. I called the number which was a conference call and you could hear all these other people on the phone talking about how they were now making six figures a year from this. Some of the people said that they used to be Police Officers, Teachers, Lawyers, and managers from other industries. What it all boiled down to was the reason they got you to make this call is because they wanted you to hear all the excitement from the other people which would then get you excited. For a $3500 Pledge you would then get other people that would pay the same pledge placed underneath you. You had to advertise the prewritten ad and call anybody who responded.To me this is like the old chain letter schemes but instead of getting an envelope in the mail you got an email. No product, no ebooks, no trials to anything. All you got was the satisfaction of parting with your money. They told me that if I didn't have the money to go a head and borrow it from somebody. There are so many of these programs out there on the Internet and it never ceases to amaze me how people can actually sleep at night after they have convinced other people to part with their hard earned money. I call these things Scams. No other way to look at it.Now, i have found that there are some legitimate telework jobs out there. These are opportunities to work on the telephone from your home and actually get paid an hourly wage. I have received some emails today from a few of these companies and I have filled out their applications and gone through their training. The ball is now in their court but if these jobs end up not working out believe me I will not keep this bottled up inside me.I have come to the realization that you need to stick with sites like Craigslist, Careerbuilder, and Monster and in the search box use keywords like Virtual Employee, freelance, virtual call center, work-at-home call center, or remote employee. Now there are some services out their that will post what you are looking for on a lot of job boards and this is fine if you have the extra money but please be careful with your money.When you do a search on a site like Google or Yahoo the results that show up first in a box are paid listings. I am under the assumption that these results are MLM or some other type of Biz opp. Remember, any site that is charging a fee is probably only making money by charging you that fee. Guru at least lets you to bid on 10 jobs per month without paying anything. I am giving some though to creating a job board where freelancers will post their portfolio and a company that has a job would then look at thesite for a freelance person. The only money I would make would be from something like Google Adsense or by becoming an Amazon affiliate and letting them suggest books based on a persons search.
Do you currently have the career of your dreams? If so, congratulations on all your hard work, because I'm quite sure that your success and accomplishment didn't happen over night. If you do not have the career you have always dreamed of, do not worry, you can get there. Career development isn't easy, but it is definitely worth it.Career development can mean a lot of things. Here, for my purposes, I simply mean doing the things you have to do to get the career you really want. The first step in the process of career development is to figure out - really figure out - the career you want to have. This may be harder than it seems. You really need to know yourself, know what you're good at, and know what excites you. Not many people last long in a career that they hate. Career development begins with taking a close look at yourself. See a career counselor for even more help or to take tests that will help you to determine your personality and jobs that will fit it well.Once you have determined a career or two that seems like it will fit you and your dreams, continue with your "career development" by discovering what needs to happen for you to be qualified for the career you want. Career development does not happen in an instant or even in a year, it may take years of hard work to get to where you want to be. It is important to be realistic about your goals and about the process. Does more education need to take place for your career development? Or perhaps you just need some special training courses in your field but you do not need another degree? Find these things out and then begin pursuing it.Career development is important because I am convinced that it is important that people spend their lives on things they care about and feel like they can do well at. There is nothing worse than spending years of your life in an unsatisfying career. Fortunately, you do not have to let that be the story of your life. Take proactive steps that put you in control of your career development.I guess what I'm simply trying to say is this: life is hard. Work is hard. Work is much easier and life is much better when it is doing a career that you love. Believe that it is possible for you to have a career that you love and then commit to whatever career development is necessary for you. It will be worth it for years to come.