In these economically difficult times many people have reinvented themselves because their once secure job was lost. In this article, we'll take a look at three life-changing situations and how people were able to reinvent themselves.
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Throughout my 25 year career as a business professional, I have seen business world communications evolve from letters on beautiful business stationary and personal handwritten note cards, to personal assistants answering your business phone and transferring the call or taking personal messages. Now, we have become much more relaxed in our communication in the business world.
There once was a time when a degree in nursing meant you worked in a doctor's office or hospital and you were probably a female. In 2012, a degree in nursing can lead to a multitude of careers, and it's no longer a female dominated field. The career opportunities are varied and many can involve law enforcement, IT, travel, medical editor writer, pharmaceutical/medical sales and holistic medicine. Below are some examples that highlight alternative careers in nursing.
Prior to joining Rasmussen College as a Program Manager, I worked in Human Resources at a four star, four diamond hotel for 21 years, and 11 of those years I worked as the Employment Manager. I saw the best and worst of applicants and interviews. With the annual Rasmussen College Career Expo coming up on Thursday, August 16, I thought it would be a good time to discuss the do's and don'ts of job interviewing.