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While becoming a successful leader requires many steps, having the right skills is crucial. You can set yourself apart by taking a leadership course that provides the necessary training and allows you to improve your skill set.
While the hours are long and job duties can be complicated, a career as a private detective can be a good choice for those who want to work in law enforcement because of the projected job growth and decent salary.
Careers in law enforcement range from patrol officers and detectives to lawyers. If you’re considering a job in this field, becoming a police officer is a great option.
Due to The Affordable Care Act, many employers are looking for professionals ready to take part in healthcare careers. Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) is particularly a thriving career choice, with HIT job growth expected to increase in 2014.
Careers in criminal justice are continuing to increase, according to the Bureau Labor of Statistics (BLS). These jobs do not only include protective service such as police officers, investigators, or corrections officers, but they also encompass legal occupations such as lawyers, judges, or paralegals.
Just 2.2% of hospitals had operational electronic health record systems (EHR) in place in the third quarter of 2013, according to the Healthcare Informational and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
Possessing strong nursing skills obviously is vitally important, but RNs seeking to advance and succeed in nursing must also demonstrate qualities valued in just about every profession.
While those looking for work often struggle to find jobs, women, in particular, face numerous issues that compound the situation. From higher unemployment rates than their male counterparts, inequities in pay, and a higher reliance on minimum wage job, women...
Each year March heralds the celebration of women with National Women's History month. This year, the National Women's History project picked, "Women Inspiring Innovation through...
Women have been facing pay discrimination for decades - and unfortunately, continue to do so today. In fact, women earn 79 cents for every dollar earned by men, even though they make up almost 50 percent of today's workforce...