Author Archives: CareerWriter

Would I Make a Good Dentist?

Dentists in the U.S. earn well over six figures per year, but the job requires a certain mindset in order to be successful. Today, we’ll explore how you can determine whether dentistry could be your dream job. The best way … Continue reading

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Would I Make a Good Lawyer?

When you ask children what they want to be when they grow up, they often respond that they want to be a doctor, lawyer, or garbage man. In this post, we’ll explore what personality types make the best lawyers and … Continue reading

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Analysis series: careers after graduation

STEM Careers for the college grad Recently, Sam Berndt published an article through the National Retail Federation about STEM careers after graduation called After graduation: Where this year’s grads will find jobs.  Let’s take a look at a snippet of … Continue reading

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Analysis series: Experienced career-seekers

Careers for aging adults Last week, Robin Ryan wrote an article for Forbes called How To Overcome Age Discrimination In A Job Interview. A 63-year-old woman named Jane wanted a new career in technology, and feared that she would face … Continue reading

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Time Frame Orientation

A person’s Time Frame Orientation aptitude has a big affect on their life. Does someone you know drive you crazy by their inability to set and reach goals? It seems impossible for them to think about the future, and so … Continue reading

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