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Fly a plane, travel the world and get paid – the perks of being Airline Pilots

February 03,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Certainly, there are perks. But basically, there are requirements you need to acquire before you go hopping to an aircraft and reaching for the skies. While it is true that there are many advantages of this career (free plane tickets, pay with benefits, being able to visit different parts of the world, etc) the responsibility that comes with it is also great. Once a plane takes off, a pilot is then held responsible of all the people’s lives that are aboard. But there is nothing to be afraid of if you have the right skills and education that you need. … (more) February 3, 2010

Keeping your country safe: Homeland security careers

February 03,2010 by: Dallas Browne

The tragedy of September 11 will always be a reminder of how the security of our nation is always at risk. The gruesome power of hurricane Katrina shows us that, sometimes, it simply cannot be prevented. However, the resilience of the American people and the continued prosperity of the nation have proven that we can survive through the most horrible of tragedies and calamities. If you are an individual with a strong urge to keep your country safe, a career in homeland security will be perfect for you. The task of keeping the country safe is a very complicated and … (more) February 3, 2010

Becoming a Barber

February 03,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Have you ever heard barbershop music? Many people think that being a barber entails breaking out into a song, a cappella with their voices blending perfectly. Well, being a barber does not require such flashy showmanship. However, being a barber is not that easy either. Some states only require that a barber finish high school or a GED but most states require that barbers graduate from a program offered by a state-licensed barber or cosmetology school. Although the license may seem optional, we assure you that it is very vital to your career. Basically, there is much competition for the … (more) February 3, 2010

Why Health is Wealth

February 03,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Although many people believe that the best career in medicine would be to become a doctor, you should know that this is a fallacy. Due to the wide-range of skills and processes involved in maintaining one’s health, you can entertain many career options. Just imagine, some nurses get $14,000 as their mere signing bonus. Also, as all careers in the medical field require special skills, there are always job openings in this industry. While most of the careers in the medical industry requires degrees, not all of them requires more than four years of studying. In fact, medical technicians can … (more) February 3, 2010

Building a Career as Assemblers and Fabricators

February 03,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Beginning from the Industrial Revolution, skilled trade careers have been the building blocks of the great capitalist economy that currently fuels global trade. Basically, without the expertise of millions of Americans equipped with skills, the country could never have prospered. In light of the dreary economic recession that greeted the Obama administration, innovations and skills of assemblers and fabricators have never been more in demand. The tasks of assemblers and fabricators can range from the simplest to the most complex tasks. Basically, they can be found at the heart of the manufacturing industry. They can assemble both finished and unfinished … (more) February 3, 2010