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A career that may be worth exploring is becoming a phlebotomist, especially if you are someone who wants to help people and aren’t too squeamish around blood. A phlebotomy technician...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
What is a recommendation letter? A letter of recommendation is a formal document that gives the reader a third party validation of someone’s work, skills or academic performance....Read MorePosted 2 years ago
A job interview is important because its your chance to present yourself as a suitable candidate for the role. Its helpful and often expected that you follow through with a written...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
A figurative language is a communication tool we use to help convey complex descriptions or create an emotional connection quickly and effectively. This communication tool is also...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
Anyone that earns income, whether it is an annual salary or paid hourly wages will notice two different totals on your paycheck. These numbers are “net pay” and “gross pay” and they are often...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
If you’re going to be part of the Great Resignation - a phenomenon reported on by media, neighbors, and even the Bureau of Labor Statistics - then you need a great resignation letter....Read MorePosted 2 years ago
In professional settings you will be expected to wear clothing that is known as business attire. Depending on the type of office you work in, the company culture, and the events for...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
Teenagers can find age-appropriate jobs that serve as a source of income and help build character as you gain more independence. The first jobs we have as teenagers help us learn valuable...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
Sometimes event information will list the dress code as “business casual,” a blanket statement for put together but not formal business. So what does “business casual” actually mean...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
At some point in your resume, you will need to include the skills you would bring to the table for your future employer. If you have the skills they are looking for you have a better chance...Read MorePosted 2 years ago
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