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Want to Serve? 4 Military Careers for Mechanically-Minded People

Serving in the military comes with great honor. There are lots of different jobs that you can get while in the military. Here are a few of careers available for those that are mechanically minded:
 
Intelligence Analyst
 
An analyst examines complex data and makes an educated guess on the next step for the operation. ...




Jobs and Skills With a Bright Future

See what jobs and skills will help you stay in demand.
 
As you close out the holidays and begin thinking about a new year and potentially a new job, these are jobs and skills you may want to research and invest in to secure a bright future.
 
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How to Lead Like a Woman

Find out why today's leaders are those who can affect the most positive change -- and why they're often women.
 
Effective leadership in the modern age doesn't revolve around who can make the most decisions or even the best decisions. Today's leaders are those who can affect the most positive change. ...




6 Tips to Declutter Your Desk

Considering the amount of time we spend at work, you'd want your workspace to encourage as much productivity and inspiration as possible — why make things harder for yourself, right? With the daily rush of to-do lists, meetings, emails, and phone calls, however, it's easy for tidiness to take a backseat. ...




WWE champion Triple H on taking risks during your career and life

If there's one key lesson that 14-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion "Triple H" has learned during his professional career, it's not to play it safe… but rather, do the opposite.
"Take risks. If you believe in yourself, if you believe in what you bring to the table, you believe in your product — take the risk," Paul Michael Levesque, better known by his ring name Triple H, told CNBC Tuesday, when asked about how budding entrepreneurs should approach the notion of becoming the "next big thing. ...




The Best Career Advice And Tips: Younger Bosses, Bad Fonts And Knowing When To Travel

Whatever stage of your career you’re at, a little advice never hurts. That’s why we’ve gathered some of our favorite articles to help inform and inspire you. From resume tips to interview advice ― whether you’re a seasoned go-getter or a recent graduate just starting out ― we have you covered. ...




Does Certification Help You Get a Better Job?

As a new professional looking for your first job experience straight after graduation, you’ve probably heard that earning certain certifications can help you get a job. However, these tests are costly and time-consuming, and some people report that the certification did nothing to help them land the job of their dreams. ...




5 Rookie Career Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

A college grad — let’s call him Paul — was eager to make a great impression in his first job. But when he inevitably made his first mistake, he couldn’t take the letdown in stride and it cost him his job.
 
During the interview process, Paul had been well-spoken and had seemed motivated to start his career in sales, says Cheri Spets Farmer, a longtime manager and current digital and sales training consultant. ...




Your Complete Guide to a Successful Job Interview

Congratulations, you've landed a job interview. Now what?
 
Whether it's your first, 15th or 100th time interviewing, it's important to be prepared if you want to succeed. From your initial contact with the hiring manager to following up after your meeting, here's everything you need to know to ace your next job interview. ...




Bunker Labs Seattle Empowers Veteran Entrepreneurs in the Pacific Northwest

In the military, a bunker is a harbor from the melee of combat. It is a place to regroup, to strategize and to rehearse a plan of action. It contains resources, a point of reference and camaraderie in times of duress. It’s a place where servicemen and women lean on one another, and in doing so become intimately acquainted with the value of a network. ...