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Fresh Graduate Law Students Likely to Face Employment Dilemmas

July 31,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

The number of legal career opportunities for law students especially those belonging to class of 2010 might be in a very poor count, research analyst say. Accordingly, it is likely that the batch 2010 will have lower raw employment rate than the prevoius batches. The batch 2011 is also likely to suffer the same case. Jim Leipold, executive Director of the National Association for Law Placement (NALP), says that the problem roots from the practice of law firms of hiring associates in years advance. Some Law firms offer summer programs for potential undergraduate affiliates.  Consequently, law students who are wise … (more) July 31, 2010

The Complexity Of Legal Careers And The Existence Of Paralegal Jobs

July 30,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

The present years saw various changes in certain fields that are commonly demanded in a society. These fields include the health care sector, engineering sector, and the legal assistance sector, among others. The legal sector, for one, is a clear manifestation of such changes. Lawyers nowadays are far more different from the lawyers of the previous years. Now, their hands are often full of legal work that demands their attention that they have to delegate some of their tasks to paralegals. Paralegals are also called legal assistants and their duties to take responsibility of certain tasks of lawyers. However, they … (more) July 30, 2010

The Benefits Of Pursuing A Health-Related Profession

July 29,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

When you talk of professions and careers in the health care sector, the picture of a doctor or a nurse immediately comes to mind. However, there are many careers in this field that you can actually pursue. Furthermore, health-related careers are continuously to be in demand even in the face of the recession that saw a lot of lay-offs in other professions. This is because health has always been one of the primary needs of every citizen, notwithstanding the fact that it is a state responsibility to provide its citizens with proper medical care. Hence, health-related practitioners are still in … (more) July 29, 2010

Secure your future Science Career by Enrolling in the Best Schools

July 28,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

In the late 2009, US News has come up with a list of the top 50 careers in 2010. Several careers related to the fields of science and technology made the cut, namely Conputer Software Engineer, Hydrologist, and Biomedical Engineer. And now, as freshmen start to face their college life by finding the right school for them, US News has again presented a list of, this time, the Best Schools for 2010′s Top Careers in Science and Technology. Of course, before choosing a school, a student must first decide on what to take up in college. Thus, the US News’ … (more) July 28, 2010

Use of E-Mail Diminishes Trust inside the Workforce

July 27,2010 by: Susan Edmondson

Young business students are reminded that electronic communication diminishes personal interaction and relationship necessary in generating trust in the corporate world. Gregory Northcraft, a professor of executive leadership and a doctorate degree holder in social psychology, said that relationships that breed trust are very crucial every time workers collaborate together. Although the computer-mediated communication (CMC) prevalent today helps in making tasks easier and faster, there is a significant downside of it. Northcraft believes that CMC detaches people from the real communication process because of the absence of a quality relationship. When workers interact through high-tech medium, the trust necessary to … (more) July 27, 2010