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Cool tips man! Also try to ask some organizations, e.g. Rotary and to use finders like [money for study (]http://moneyforstudy.wordpress.com/)
Thanks for the great information. Re-Training is timely and needed in order to stay on marketable. I come from a technical background and re-training and certification was/is a part of life for me. I then moved in sales because I wanted to make more money. The sales(influence) profession is often overlooked but is one of the highest paid professions in the world. The National Association of Sales Professionals(http://www.nasp.com) has a sales training and certification track that is low-cost and recognized by employers. I would even recommend it to anyone who deals with customers on a daily basis.
WTH???? Why do they say "click here" to see the top skills that will get you a job & then when you click on it, the page has NOTHING to do with that?! I think if you're looking for a job, like everyone who clicks on this, you already have been through everything that is possible for you to try. I sick of being jacked around!!!
Thanks for alerting us! There was an error on the home page. They mixed up the links on the home page. Here's the story you're looking for: http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2013/03/03/in-demand-skills-find-job/ In the meantime, I've alerted the desk and hope it will be fixed shortly!!
They are hiring bill collectors
This is typical of AOL. I click on one topic and that topic doesn't really exist. Stupid. I was looking for the Seven Skills Needed in this New Job Market. Nope. Got this article every time.
Hey, there was a mistake made on the home page. They mixed up the links! Here's the story you were looking for. http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2013/03/03/in-demand-skills-find-job/ In the meantime, the home page will be fixing this any second! Thanks again.
I was in the "beauty business" and when the economy took a dive so did disposible income allowing manicures, pedicures, facials and massage. I went to the community college and talked to people and started training to be a CNA/Med Tech. The same week I took my state board testing I had a job interview and got the job and have been working ever since for over 3 years now. Like the article said if you don't care enough to take care of yourself and look to the government to do it for you then you are just lazy. I was 59 years old when I started this retraining and worked all day and went to school at night. People who don't work don't want to work just whine.
This article makes you feel like there is not much hope. As for education most of us cant afford it unless we are very low income. Then once we get past that we look at our age and think is there even a shot. So most of us make the best of what we have and work from there out.
No such thing unless you are very low income. Education is expensive, no guarantees, that is why you must choose your degree wisely, esp today with so few careers in the entry level category. Everyone wants experience in addition to education so many people will never see a career even with 2, 4, 6, 8 years of education.
those federally funded "job centers, formerly one stops" are a joke. i have first hand experience and can assure you that far more money goes to the over head costs associated with the operation than to actually providing any job training. those programs are motivated by numbers and those numbers have no connection to how many people got training or were placed in jobs.these centers have gone from operating on a personal counseling level to a one size fits all approach that basically involves putting your name in a computer data base in hopes of matching you with a job opening. it depends on an employer's willingness to list jobs there and in most cases that never happens.there is so much b.s. about "employer driven system" which simply defies reality.congress needs to get a reality check on where these dollars are going. then they should totally tear down the current system and start over again, this time without input from the people who are making the big bucks "administering" the current system, most of whom work for so-called not-for-profit companies.
or you get 3 job s and then call to find out they were filled weeks ago....I have even seen the scam insurance agent if you pay $200, $300, $400 for their licensing course "jobs" on the database.