Customer Service Team Leaders Help To Provide Excellent Customer Service

March 28th, 2014 by

Customer service has become a vital part of most successful businesses. The bigger the business, the more involved the customer service department will be, with large numbers of people having to work together to ensure that customers receive acceptable levels of service. The role of a customer service team leader is to coordinate the tasks of a group of customer service staff members and to make sure they remain motivated to always deliver a high standard of service to the company’s customers.[...] Read More...

Early Childhood Education Provides High Level Job Satisfaction

March 26th, 2014 by

Individuals who love to work with children might want to consider a career in early childhood education. An online early childhood education degree could be the first step towards an exciting and rewarding career in this field. Preschool teachers train and look after children in the years before they enter kindergarten, usually those in the three-to-five age group. Their job is to teach these children science, writing and a variety of other subjects on a level that young children can understand.[...] Read More...

Sales Directors Enjoy Excellent Salaries And Great Career Prospects

March 25th, 2014 by

The sales industry can be a challenging environment. Instead of relying on luck, the best salespeople know exactly how to clinch a deal. They also know that planning and strategy are vital components of the ultimate success recipe. A sales director, a position above that of sales manager, is responsible for planning and executing these crucial strategies. Sales directors play a vital role in the success of a company’s sales efforts.[...] Read More...

Credit Controllers In Demand in Financial Industry

March 24th, 2014 by

For individuals who have good decision-making skills and love the idea of financial planning, a career as a credit controller might be a very good option. Credit controllers decide whether or not to grant credit to individuals or companies, and they manage the debt of existing creditors. There are two main fields of specialization in this career: working with consumer credit, which involves lending money to individual members of the public, or working in commercial credit, which deals with lending money to business customers.[...] Read More...

Earn a Degree in Statistics For a Career in a Growing Field

March 21st, 2014 by

Most people are familiar with the statistics that are regularly quoted in newspapers and TV news reports. GDP growth, inflation and the unemployment rate have become household topics, but few people know much about the people who are responsible for compiling these statistics. Statisticians utilize statistical methods to gather and study data and solve real-world issues in the sciences, engineering, commerce, banking and numerous other fields.[...] Read More...

Explore the Demand For Interpreters And Translators

March 20th, 2014 by

The world is becoming increasingly interconnected. Each day, Americans do business with individuals from just about every other country on earth, while many foreigners are settling in the United States every year. Many of these people do not understand English. This situation has led to huge growth in the demand for interpreters and translators.[...] Read More...

Is Your Degree Preparing You To Work For Top Employers?

March 17th, 2014 by

Most people desire an enjoyable job in a friendly environment. When looking for a job, however, it is often difficult to know whether one employer would be better than another one in this regard. One good way to find out whether a particular employer offers a great workplace is to ask the people who are actually working there. For the last six years, Glassdoor has presented its sought-after Employees’ Choice Awards to identify the 50 best employers in the United States.[...] Read More...

A Closer Look At A Career As A Psychologist

March 12th, 2014 by

It is estimated that about 25 percent of Americans visit a psychologist at some stage during their life. In a high-stress world where people are often faced with situations they find difficult to cope with, the psychologist has become a trusted friend for many people, helping them to better understand their own feelings and the world around them.[...] Read More...

Bloomberg Releases List Of Top Earners In The United States

March 6th, 2014 by

In the current tough economic climate, it is often difficult to find a job. However, research shows that individuals with better qualifications are more likely to find well-paying jobs. Bloomberg recently came up with their own list of highly paid jobs. Their list followed a slightly different approach; they calculated the ratio of pay for the top ten percent of employees in a particular job category as well as the bottom ten percent.[...] Read More...

Job Openings Increase By 1.9 Million In 2013

March 3rd, 2014 by

A few days ago, the US Department of Labor released its Job Openings and Labor Turnover Summary for December 2013. The report says that on the last business day of December, there were around four million job openings in the country. This is very similar to the figure for November.[...] Read More...

UMES Appoints New Head Of Online Education

February 27th, 2014 by

The University of Maryland East Shore has appointed Dr. Kristine Anderson to lead an aggressive expansion plan to provide online tuition to students who are looking for a distance-education alternative. Dr. Anderson was previously employed by the Pennsylvania-based Mount Aloysius College, where she was in charge of the institution’s distance and online education office. Before that, she was involved in federal distance education research for the United States military.[...] Read More...

Study Reveals Which Jobs Are Likely To Be Replaced By Computers

February 26th, 2014 by

The effects of outsourcing have played a role in the US labor market for a long time. In recent years, however, the power and speed of technological change has increasingly been singled out as a cause of job losses. Employees in the service industry, such as sales people and cashiers, are in the process of being replaced by auto-service terminals.[...] Read More...

Rasmussen College To Present Free Countrywide Career Fair

February 25th, 2014 by

As the improvement in the national job market continues steadily, Rasmussen College, a privately owned, regionally accredited college, is assisting students, community members and graduates in taking the important next steps in their careers by presenting a free countrywide Community Career Fair.The twice-yearly event will take place from February 24-28 at 20 Rasmussen College campuses across the United States. The career fair was developed to help job seekers get in contact with employers and individuals who are already employed to advance their career prospects.[...] Read More...

Job Market Takes A Dip In January After Positive 2013

February 21st, 2014 by

The country’s unemployment rate dropped to 6.6 percent in January as a further 113,000 job opportunities were added by employers. This is according to the latest Labor Department report.The number of jobs added was significantly lower than the average monthly figure of 194,000 recorded during 2013 and was also well below the Wall Street projections of 175,000 new jobs for January.[...] Read More...

Increasing Number Of MBA Students Become Entrepreneurs

February 18th, 2014 by

When 36-year-old Simo Dragicevic began studying for an MBA qualification, it looked like he was on track for a corporate career. However, he eventually decided to terminate his career as a director at a major bank to start his own business. The bank had been financing his studies, which meant he had to start paying the tuition fees himself. Nonetheless, he still feels everything worked out perfectly.[...] Read More...