This article has been written by Noelle Fauver
. Noelle Fauver is a contributing editor for 365 Business
. She has a B.A. in Communication Studies from California State University, Northridge and experience in marketing, finance, and small business management. She volunteers on the board of the San Diego American Marketing Association as the Event Experience Chair to help local marketers in the area develop their professional repertoire and connect with other professionals. She loves curling up next to the fire with a good book on a rainy day with a bowl of homemade soup. But most of all, she loves writing great content.
Management is defined as those responsible for all or a part of a company or organization. With a manager overseeing such a wide variety of tasks, it can be somewhat hard to characterize what their job actually entails.
Running a home inspection business is a fantastic career with huge money earning potential, particularly in the current housing market. Homebuyers need inspections to not only give them peace of mind that they are making a wise investment but also to enable them to obtain home insurance and financing. That means that a quality home inspector is a hot property (excuse the pun).
This article has been contributed by Aditya Sharma
. On a quest to help professionals across the world land their dream jobs, Aditya Sharma lives and breathes Hiration
— a platform to help job-seekers find their way in the treacherous job market — where he’s a Co-Founder and the unofficial CPO (Chief Problem-solving Officer). He likes to code away his days and nights when he’s not busy disrupting the career space.
You’re a business owner with a legacy to your name. You have enjoyed the privilege of building viable businesses from scratch. You have developed strategies and business plans that have seen the light of day and basked in the glory of success. And now, you have sat down to draft a resume but you don’t know where to begin.
Many people these days are ready to drop out of the rat race and go into business for themselves. If you’re one of those who dream of becoming your own boss and taking on the challenge of being self-employed, some career options are better suited than others. Consider your career choices carefully.
This article has been written by Kelly Barcelos
. Kelly is a progressive digital marketing manager for Jobsoid – Applicant Tracking System
. She is responsible for leading the content and social media teams at work. Her expertise and experience in the field of HR enables her to create value-driven content for her readers – both on Jobsoid’s blog and other guest blogs where she publishes content regularly.
Millennials have the reputation of hopping from one job to another. If they get a good opportunity, they don’t mind making the switch. So, what can you do to retain millennials at your workspace?
This article has been written by Dafina Zymeri
. Dafina is passionate about ongoing, self-motivated and self-paced learning. She writes for Kiwi, which is a restaurant LMS
that aims to help restaurant owners train their staff in an easier and more effective way. Moreover, they offer online training courses for different Restaurant services.
Personal/self-development, self-growth, lifelong learning – they all mean the same thing: self-motivated people who initiate their own learning and go get what they want, rather than waiting for it to happen. Learning doesn’t end along with getting a college degree – or at least it shouldn’t.
For some people, retirement means getting a chance to rest and relax. For others, it’s the ideal time to do all the things they didn’t have time for when they were working such as traveling or taking up a particular hobby.
Good employees are not difficult to find – you just need to put the hard work in yourself, and look in the right places.
It’s all too easy to feel in a slump when you are between jobs. Whether you are out of work due to reasons beyond your control, or you left due to an unpleasant or unfulfilling work environment, you can make it work for your future.