Career Roundup and Advice for Mid May 2014

Since finding a job is difficult for many, while others seemingly fall into them as easily as jumping into a gigantic mosh pit, today I thought I’d do a roundup of some major reporting, human resources, and career planning websites.

From the youngest to the oldest, whether you want to stay put or travel the world, here’s career information that will come in very handy.

Enjoy!

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What Technology Careers Will Take Off by 2020?
Mon, 19 May 2014

SiteProNews recently interviewed two resume writers, who are also “recruitment thought leaders,” in search of answers to questions designed to help technology-degree seeking students put themselves on the best possible path.

It’s a Q&A format news report covering skill sets recruiters look for and what the next big jumps in the tech industry might be.

They also address the technology job that has the biggest potential growth by 2020 and more.

You can read the full interview… click here

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Careers That Will Move You: What It Takes To Work Around The World
Tue, 20 May 2014

LinkedIn is so large that it is a must-stop on your trip investigating possible careers. With millions of companies and individuals using LinkedIn accounts, LI focuses in on an up-close look at over 300 million professionals who are “going mobile” in the true sense of the world.

Traveling to find that next (or first or any) great job!

Be sure to check out their chart, “Countries Gaining and Losing from Relocation.”

To get the full picture… go here to read more.

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Knowledge Bites – Helping Students Forge Careers In The UK Film Industry
Fri, 16 May 2014 15:26:58 GMT

Creative England posted this write up that brings their team together with Puma Events. The concept is to “come together and bridge the gap between education and employment.”

While the focus is definitely on the UK, if you’ve read the piece above about relocating, this is a career “movement” that might be right up your alley.

For soon-to-graduate students or those looking to further their education, events are planned for the 2014 Summer and 2014 Fall.

More information is available at their site, so… head on over to Creative England to find out more.

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LSE Careers
Tue, 11 Mar 2014

Ever wonder what it would be like to work in Denmark? After all, it’s “the world’s happiest country!” Well wonder no more.

You’ll even find answers to such questions like:

o  How to cope when your career just isn’t going in the direction you thought it would

o  Whether you’re your own worst enemy in your career/job hunting search

o  What to do to bridge the gap, and…

This website covers everything including job advice, careers and vacancies, research and projects, and much more.

LSE is The London School of Economics and Political Science and you can discover more about LSE by reading about this career move here.

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So what appeals to you? Are you a stay-at-home or a world traveler? What career appeals to you or what current career are you having the time of your life doing? Feel free to tell the world by commenting here!

Heatstroke Signs in Animals and Humans

With temperatures pushing the 100 degree mark here in Las Vegas (come on… this shouldn’t happen yet), it’s time to take a good look at making sure your animal friends stay happy and healthy.

It’s also critical that you know the signs to help yourself and other humans!

VIDEO 1 – Rabbits

Wondering how to avoid overheating in the summer? What are the symptoms of Heat Stroke? Heat stroke is serious condition that can effect humans but is also deadly for rabbits…

VIDEO 2 – Dogs

Our dogs love to be outdoors with us, but how can we make sure they’re not too hot in the sun? What should we do if our dog ever has heatstroke? SuperVet has the answers! (Kind of.)

VIDEO 3 – Humans

Heat stroke is an alarming heat-related condition that causes a number of deaths each year. What is more alarming is you can actually avoid fatalities if only you know how to avoid heat strokes.

Stay cool and start praying for Fall 🙂

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