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What Every Rookie Trucker Should Know Before Their First Day on the Job

To be a successful truck driver, you have to be able to manage stress. It can be difficult to drive safely after spending several hours behind the wheel or while spending several days away from friends and family members. Ideally, a new trucker will lean on older drivers to gain the wisdom necessary to do the job well. ...




6 Skills You Need To Propel Your Career To The Next Level

For ambitious workers and driven professionals, finding ways to ensure greater career success is never an issue that should be left to chance. Whether it's setting the right long-term goals and knowing how to better identify and capitalize on any opportunities that present themselves or having the patience and flexibility needed to better adapt to changing circumstances, there are a variety of ways that professionals can kick their career into overdrive. ...




5 Most Dangerous Industries to Work In

To most people, a job is the way they generate money to pay the bills and buy food. But for some, a job is a life or death struggle to do the things that must be done but no one else will do. These are the jobs where you are most likely to get an injury or worse on the job. ...




4 Things You Need To Know About Becoming A Lawyer

If you want to be a lawyer, you'll need to implement a variety of procedures before you get your first case in court. To simplify the various steps along the way, you must consider four things.
 
Education Requirements
 
A bachelor's degree is a key requirement for getting into law school. ...




10 Industries Where Momtrepreneurs Are Making Bank

Many moms are looking for ways to supplement their income. Today, there are more and more options for momtrepreneurs looking to make some serious bank without having to compromise their lifestyle. Below are 10 industries where momtrepreneurs are flocking to supplement their income. ...




Five College Majors Designed to Break the Glass Ceiling

More people are pursuing college degrees today than ever before. Investing in a college education pays off in the long-term for most people because for many careers—though not all of them—a bachelor's degree is a minimum requirement even to be considered. ...




What Every Freelance Marketer Needs to Succeed in a Competitive Industry

As a freelance marketer, you are the owner of your own business. You are in charge of your hours. As a result, there’s a significant amount of discipline you need to have in this realm. When you are running the ship, whatever you kill, you eat. In a competitive world like freelance marketing, there’s really not much room for error. ...




Just Smile: 4 Ways Your Can Blow a Company Away in a Job Interview

When most people walk into a job interview, there’s a sense of anxiety because they really want the job. However, it’s important to remember that if the job is for you, you’ll get it. Do your best to prepare yourself and present the best version of yourself possible. ...




The Warehouse Workplace: 5 Ways You Can Make the Environment Better for Your Employees

A warehouse is a fast-paced place to work that will always have something that needs to be done. Despite the busy nature of warehouses, they can be enjoyable places to work, particularly for people who like to stay on their feet. However, a warehouse needs to be accommodating for all the people who are inside of it. ...




5 Careers Dying to Hire More Women

Women have come a long way in the workforce. According to the United States Department of Labor, 47 percent of the labor force of the United States is female. This is a massive increase when compared to the workforce of past decades. While a lot of progress has been made by women in the labor force, there are still many careers that have a ways to go. ...