untitled ADVICE | Choosing a Major or Career Path Choosing a Major or Career Path The first step in the Career Roadmap is to Know Yourself. Whether you are a first year student interested in learning how majors relate to careers, a senior contemplating graduate school or an alumnus considering a career change, it is crucial that you first identify your INTERESTS, VALUES, SKILLS and PERSONALITY PREFERENCES in order to make a well–informed decision. Learning about your interests will help you identify opportunities to pursue and the topics you are most naturally drawn to, making school and work more motivating and enjoyable. You can also attend relevant workshops such as Connect Your Values to Career Satisfaction, Identify Your Skills and Accomplishments, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and DePaul Interest Finder (DIF). What Can I Do with This Major or Degree? Learn how to apply your major to specific career areas, what types of employers are hiring for different majors, and strategies for breaking into particular fields.
A Recruiter’s Guide to Boolean Searching (and the World’s Largest Free CV Database) Carmen Hudson recently highlighted SearchOnTheGo as an iPhone application with real value for recruiters. While it is a handy tool for completing CV searches on Google, the essence of the program is that it creates ‘complex’ searches through a point-and-click interface. This is a great simplifier for many, but Boolean search writing is a skill that top recruiters need to know directly in order to get meaningful candidate search results from a wide range of software. Beyond Google, many other systems we use on a daily basis accept Boolean searches. Fully constructed Boolean search strings can look both confusing and complex, but don’t worry, because they aren’t! By applying these appropriately, along with the keywords you wish to consider, you can create a huge range of search operations. AND is the simplest function to apply. engineer AND “senior developer” will give results that include both the word engineer and the phrase “senior developer”. OR provides options into a search.
Top 10 technology skills Network World - Amid the worst job market in 25 years, IT is holding steady. Most CIOs are maintaining their current staffing levels; while a few are hiring specialists who have in-demand IT skills. Does a computer science major matter anymore?Computer science grads are still in demandPodcast: The 5 Hottest IT Job Skills for 2009 Overall, companies are so dependent on IT that they can't lay off the people who keep their data center operations humming, and they're loath to let go of the developers who are working on next-generation Internet applications. 2012'S NUMBERS: Largest IT employment gains in 4 years reported UPDATE: The 5 hottest IT jobs for summer 2012 "IT remains a real safe and interesting and high-paying place to be," says David Foote, CEO of Foote Partners, which conducts quarterly assessments of IT pay trends in the United States. Data center design: one of your best IT career choicesIT security jobs remain HOT-- here's advice on landing a security sales engineer job 1. 2.
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The Wisdom Of Woz He’s an engineer’s engineer; a part-time teacher and full-time speaker; a well-known prankster; and cofounder of one of the world’s greatest companies. But who knew Steve Wozniak had a touch of the philosopher in him? In early August, I had an opportunity to sit down with "Woz" for an interview hosted by San Francisco Travel as part of the 2014 MPI World Education Congress. Distilled from that talk (and from his autobiography iWoz: Computer Geek to Cult Icon) are the following nine nuggets of Wozdom. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Kirstie voted No.2 in most influential personalities / Pinks Boutique Blog - Natural & Organic Skin Care | PINKS BOUTIQUE This entry was posted on November 22, 2013 by Pinks Boutique. The 2014 natural beauty hotlist: Natural Beauty Yearbook announces its top 25 most influential personalities Natural beauty advocate Janey Lee Grace has scooped the top spot for the second year running in the Natural Beauty Yearbook’s prestigious annual industry hotlist. Published by Diversified Communications UK, the much-anticipated Who’s who in natural beauty Top 25 was announced last night at an exclusive launch party for the 2014 edition. Voted for by the industry, the Natural Beauty Yearbook’s hotlist provides an essential snapshot of the leading personalities driving the newest trends and products in the natural and organic beauty market. Colleen Harte, owner of Lucy Annabella Organics, was voted fourth, and PR and blogger Rebecca Goodyear, fifth favourite overall. “I’m thrilled to be voted number one,” says Janey Lee Grace. “That’s what makes this who’s who in natural Beauty so relevant. 1.