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Phoenix IT Expert Offers Advice For Future IT Job Seekers

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers in the growing field of information technology are on the rise, “IT enables seamless integration and communication between businesses anywhere in the world. 336 more words


A Phoenix Professor Proves There Are Numerous Jobs In The Field Of Education

The field of education offers a variety of occupations that can be both rewarding and lucrative. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a degree in education can lead you in numerous directions including elementary, secondary, adult and college teaching positions, career and technical education and librarian or instructional coordinator positions. 399 more words


Call Center Trials/Tribulations

So as an underemployed graduate with a university degree one my 3 part-time jobs involved working at a call center. The place that I worked for does market research (mostly just feedback surveys) on behalf of large banks, telecommunication, and utility companies (all of which you would immediately recognize but I am not allowed to disclose their names). 635 more words

Phoenix Police Officer Suggests Obtaining A Degree Before Joining The Force

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field of criminal justice and security offers a wide variety of careers to choose from, including police and probation officer, private detective, correctional treatment specialist, criminal justice professor and many others. 369 more words


New Job, New Chapter

Tomorrow, I start my new job in the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Harvard University.

I am so excited to do something I feel so passionately about. 287 more words

My Life

The Time I Got Fired From Pizza Hut

I worked at Pizza Hut as a waitress the summer after my first year of college.  It was the first of many serving gigs.

Pizza Hut had its fun moments.   674 more words


HSP Ethics at Work

Sigh. Just when I was getting on my financial feet again, a big storm blew up at work, and I’m not sure my job will survive it. 597 more words