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December 22, 2010

Obtained a B.E. Degree, now what? - Yahoo! Answers given by MyNEXXTJob.net

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Hello I am about to finish my B.E. in computer science engineering. in India... can you guide me for some good courses after B.E., because I don't think so that only B.E. shall help me today. ..can you list some good courses that shall add to my merit after B.E. or doing Masters shall be a good option.....I have heard that Certification courses have more weight than Masters in IT industry,, Is it true...??

My interest lies in Web Designing and Networking...... also my friend is undertaking C EH coaching is it really worth spending that money or its a waste... shall it really ensure a good Job or its just for gaining knowledge.... also I heard that Solaris Certification is in good demand .. is it true??
 
Thanks for your help....its really important because I believe that goals can be achieved through proper guidance only.... Thank YOU.....

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 My suggestion is to work backwards. What kind of position would be of interest to you when you graduate? Then go on to the job boards and search for those positions.

Review the types of degrees, certifications etc. required for the type of position you may have an interest in, this should give you a good idea of what you should be taking.

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December 19, 2010

What jobs do I qualify for with a Bachelors

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What jobs do i qualify for with a Bachelors? 
I graduated from the university of Chicago 2 years ago, since than I've been working at a Walmart for 9 bucks an hour. I wanted to be around family but the town that I live in which is in(In GA) is so small and there are no jobs here. So I am moving to CHICAGO. What kind of jobs should I apply for?

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As a graduate from the University of Chicago, an excellent place to view, and apply to jobs would your school's career site. Many Managers and Alumni seeking to hire U of C grads, post their jobs on your school's career site. You may be very surprised at the number and variety of jobs on your schools career site!!

Visit your school's website, log into the career site and post your resume, so managers searching for candidates can find your resume. Also do you belong to your school's alumni association? Many alumni associations have their own job posting websites.

There are an increasing number of companies that hiring via the colleges only, so take advantage of the direct access to managers interested in graduates from your school. If you have questions about using your school's career website call, or email the career center, they can help you.

Also check out Linked-IN, you may find jobs and contacts there.

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What jobs do I qualify for with a Bachelors 
 I graduated from the university of Chicago 2 years ago, since than I've been working at a Walmart for 9 bucks an hour. I wanted to be around family but the town that I live in which is in(In GA) is so small and there are no jobs here. So I am moving to CHICAGO. What kind of jobs should I apply for?

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As a graduate from the University of Chicago, an excellent place to view, and apply to jobs would your school's career site. Many Managers and Alumni seeking to hire U of C grads, post their jobs on your school's career site. You may be very surprised at the number and variety of jobs on your schools career site!!

Visit your school's website, log into the career site and post your resume, so managers searching for candidates can find your resume. Also do you belong to your school's alumni association? Many alumni associations have their own job posting websites.

There are an increasing number of companies that hiring via the colleges only, so take advantage of the direct access to managers interested in graduates from your school. If you have questions about using your school's career website call or email the career center, they can help you.

Also check out Linked-IN, you may find jobs and contacts there.

Continued good wishes and remember your college career center personnel are happy to help long after you graduate.

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December 04, 2010

How to make past waitressing skills look good on a receptionist resume?

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meagan_hart18 How do I make past waitressing skills look good on a receptionist resume?
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I am applying to be a receptionist at an office. I want someone to give me ideas about how to write the summary and description of serving so that it applys to being a receptionist. I was also a lifeguard if you could do the same for this it would be great also. I already know that I need to put that I had good communication skills, and execellent at dealing with customer complaints and requests; etc I just need someone to put it in a professional way for me.

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Receptionist and Waitresses share many key tasks and you are quite right that many of the skills are transferable. Among them:

1) "Initial contact with the public, ensured that restaurant image and service quality was maintained"
2)."Welcomed guests made sure that they were comfortably seated"
3) "Identified guest needs or who they were there to meet “and took their order
4) "Relayed needs or order to the chef"
5) "Resolved customer related problems" related to serving process and or food orders 6) "informed management of compliments or problems made by customers"
7) "Excellent verbal communication skills, legible writing skills" (receptionist often have to write written notes, it is not all email...)
 
There are many more, but these are enough to add to a starter resume. As you can see they are many translatable skills. The language in brackets can be used as part of your resume.

Continued good luck as you pursue this career path.
 
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December 03, 2010

Starting a career at 24? - Yahoo! Answers given by MyNEXXTJob.net

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I'm 24, married, and have a daughter. I graduated High School but only have like 6 college credits under me. I can't really attend college right now because of the childcare costs and I pretty much have no experience under me for anything. I'm not even really talented at anything. How does someone in my position kick start a career? I'd like to get a good job and be able to support my family so that we can live comfortably but I'm at a loss on what to do.

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As a young parent, you have acquired some skills that are transferable to a number of jobs and career paths.

Some examples?

1) Customer Support:
The skills required to convince a two year old that is it 8:00 PM, and that neither the time, or your determination to put them to bed is going to change; is the same skill that it takes to convince an Executive that his BMW will not be ready before 4:00 PM.

1) Customer Support:
The skills required to convince a two year old that is it 8:00 PM, and that neither the time, or your determination to put them to bed is going to change; is the same skill that it takes to convince an Executive that his BMW will not be ready before 4:00 PM.

I you are able to stay silent or somewhat silent and hear the two year old out; then firmly, put them to bed - then you may be a brilliant customer support person. Either direct face-to-face customer support, phone support or call center person.

2) Do you like working outdoors? Then jobs such as a gardener, grounds care, lawn care tree or branch cutting services:
Many garden type companies seek persons with flexible schedules. If you are the entrepreneurial type you may end up starting your own company

3) Home health care, daycare helper:
Although some of these positions require certification, there are others where your home making skill, at managing, caring for and supporting a young person who is sometimes able to communicate what is really wrong with them, can be an invaluable.

4) Retail stock person at a retail warehouse, big box store etc
Who picks up more toys and clothes than a parent, who also has the knowledge that it will only stay organized for a short while and that you will have to do it again soon!

Retail stock positions can offer an entry to a variety of retail sales and retail administration jobs.

4) Retail store delivery person / delivery driver
Are you a good driver and possess a clean driving record: Try delivery person or school bus driver.

Many business services and office supply companies seek responsible persons to deliver items bought by their clients. This is a great opportunity to meet people at a variety of companies and maybe to distribute your resume.

There are many other jobs where you can use the day-today skills you are applying in your current job as a homemaker and mother.

At your interview, do ask whether the company offers formal on-the-job training and certifications for the job you are applying for.

Many of these starter jobs will help you recognize your hidden talents, and inform you as to the things you would enjoy doing

Check out this article: 25-Highest-Paying-Jobs-for-High-School-G…
http://hr.blr.com/HR-news/Compensation/Compensation-Administration/25-Highest-Paying-Jobs-for-High-School-Grads/

Good luck with your job search, what you are trying to achieve is very doable. I did not get into the work force until I was 27. I was a stay-at-home Mom too.

My first position was in sales, which lead to a wonderful career, in sales, computer consulting and sales recruiting. Looking back many years later, I cannot imagine that my original career goal involved looking at tiny creatures through a microscope!

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