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September 14th, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in In the Workplace

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August 30th, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Job News

New JobForbes and Indeed have put together a list of midsize companies (between 150 and 2500 employees) that currently have the most job postings with earning more than $40,000 a year. The majority of the companies are in either Health Care or Information Technologies.

Here is a list of the companies:

1.  Comdata - 120 open positions: accounting analyst (Brentwood, TN), director of permit operations (Brentwood, TN), etc.

2.  Super Micro Computer - 103 listings: director of sales (San Jose, CA), hardware design engineer (San Jose, CA), etc.

3.  MicroStrategy - 100 new jobs: sales engineer (Kansas City, MO), project manager (McLean, VA), etc.

4.  Regeneron Pharmaceuticals - 95 listings: clinical trial manager (Tarrytown, NY), staff scientist (Tarrytown, NY), etc.

5.  CME Group - 87 listings: market surveillance specialist (New York, NY), business analyst (Chicago, IL), etc.
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August 16th, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Salary & Finances, Unemployment

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August 2nd, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Career Advice, Job Search

orator in publicWhen it comes to selecting the right job for you, don’t forget about your personality. It’s very important to find appropriate career today - not only for financial reasons, but also for quality of life issues.

Understanding your personality type can help you select a career field that is a good fit for your personality make-up and it also can help you better manage job challenges that inevitably increase during the course of our career.

Here we gathered ten possible jobs for people who love to talk. Of course these jobs require more skills and education than just the ability to talk, but talking is an important part of them.

1. Public Relations - Probably no other profession requires greater knowledge of “how to” communicate than public relations. You will often see representatives speaking on behalf of a company in times of crisis or controversy. Public speaking is a skill that they might not exercise daily, but PR should be familiar with it and comfortable doing it. To be a successful public relations practitioner one has to be a great communicator at all levels.
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July 19th, 2010 by Tatiana Varenik   Posted in Employee Rights, In the Workplace

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