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Insurance sales is a booming industry, with a 22 percent growth expected between 2010 and 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. After becoming certified, you'll find jobs are plentiful, but you have an important decision to make: should you join an agency or work for yourself? Assessing...[Continue Reading]
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It's hard to come up with a reason not to pursue a technology career given the employment outlook for the sector. For one, IT-related jobs are some of the best-paying careers for new college graduates. In fact, on ThinkAdvisor's list of the 30 best-paying college majors and careers, those affiliated...[Continue Reading]
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The Big Apple is America's most exciting city, bustling with commerce, entertainment, and diversity; it's no wonder New York City draws several hundred thousand new residents each year. At eight percent, the city's unemployment rate is higher than the national average, but there are still plenty of jobs...[Continue Reading]
With the unemployment rate in the United States remaining at a steady 6.2 percent, and the economy barely seeming to inch forward, it's hard to be hopeful about your career choices. It's easy to throw up your hands and despair of ever finding a job with a future. Well, there's still opportunity out there,...[Continue Reading]
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Chain restaurants often offer food service workers advantages in pay and benefits than smaller independent restaurants can provide. Along with perks like uniform allowances, higher hourly wages, and the opportunity to buy group health insurance, most chain restaurants have a structured path for advancement,...[Continue Reading]
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