Academic advising is a job path found in universities, colleges and high schools. The advisors are drawn from all different walks of life; the requirements to apply are generally fairly low key.
Most schools want advisors who at least have a degree in something, sometimes a master’s and sometimes experience in higher education that doesn’t have to be related to academic advising at all.
Academic advising is the practices of people helping students decide on the best path for their studies. Academic advisers in colleges and universities generally take up one ‘section’ and advise undergraduates on how best to proceed in their education.
This can involve everything from meeting new and prospecting students, advising students at orientation, meeting students...
Being unemployed are never a good situation. Moreover getting a bad job is even a worse scenario. However in today’s world the best way to find job is through networking. Through social media one can easily find a right job or can at least connect with the right people who can assist in getting the job. One should not underestimate social media if he or she is looking for a new job.
Ways to get a Job using Social Media:
The following are some of the clever six tips that help in using social media for the employment purposes:
Out of hundreds of social media sites Linkedln stands out to be the most useful one. If one is...
You finally did it! You’ve graduated from college and you’re all set to take a position somewhere working at your dream job. You have the knowledge, the skills and the passion. The only problem? You can’t find any open positions doing what you’ve trained so hard to do. There are, however, several job offerings for mediocre positions at companies that don’t even come close to doing what you went to school for.
Here are five reasons you shouldn’t take that mediocre job:
You’re selling yourself short:
Sure, it may pay the bills in the meantime, but do you really want to go into work completely unfulfilled every day? It’s one thing to take on an entry-level job at a company...
IT is one of the fastest growing sectors of the global economy. This growth has been spear headed by the massive leaps and bounds of growth and demand for information. On average, information moves at micro seconds, thanks to the fast advancing technologies.
In the face of these, there are many people who are driving this exponential growth like programmers, social media designers, software developers, computer engineers and general techies. These are people who are empowered in different information sectors either as a matter of passion, training and some, mere work experience.
Newbie and the IT
For a newbie, IT is not one of the most accommodating industries. This is because, the sector has one of the fastest changing real...
This is a guest post by Susan on Salary Negotiation. You can read the guidelines to guest posting at our write for us page.
I’d like to say that money is the last thing on our minds when we’re interviewing and applying for a position. Our careers should be about personal growth, contributing to something we are passionate about, and finding professional satisfaction.
But, of course, that’s not the whole picture. While during the job search process our minds are absolutely racing over what our job duties might be, what to say in our interview, and what the office culture might be like, money is likely one of the top things on our mind as well.
No matter how you...