10 Hot Human Services Careers

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Do you have a passion for helping others in the community, and do you see yourself working hard to improve the lives of families around you? If so, then human services careers might be the perfect fit. …

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Political Science & History major, Sofia Hamilton shares her experience with Cane2Cane

Sofia Hamilton is a senior at the University of Miami with majors in Political Science and History, and minors in International Studies and Sociology. She currently serves as the Administrative Director of the business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi, and is …

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STEM Jobs See Uneven Progress in Increasing Gender, Racial and Ethnic Diversity

By: Richard Fry, Brian Kennedy and Cary Funk

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Raychel Lewis, a cell culture technician, sets up equipment to test COVID-19 samples from recovered patients at a lab in New York City. (Misha Friedman/Getty Images)

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What Does A Sports Marketer Do? 4 Skills You’ll Need

Written By: University of Florida College of Health and Human Performance

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Sports teams and franchises operate in a very similar way to major corporations. They employ financial experts …

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15 Tips To Major And Succeed In STEM Careers

A January 2018 Pew Research Center study about minorities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields reported that while Latinos and Blacks compose 27% of the overall U.S. population, they only account for 16% …

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Telehealth Is Here to Stay (But Your Patients Still Prefer ‘You’ in Person)

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For some patients, it’s been a long time since they’ve seen you, like have really seen you, thanks to imposed distancing of COVID-19. It took some getting used to for …

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What The Interview Process Says About A Potential Job And Employer

What The Interview Process Says About A Potential Job And Employer
Hcareers / OCTOBER 05 2021

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As job seekers, we tend to put a lot of pressure on ourselves when it comes to preparing for and going on job interviews. …

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The Future Staple Of Business: Conscious Entrepreneurship

By: Melissa Montalvo, Forbes Councils Member, Forbes Business Council Small Business

Retrieved from: Forbes, The Future Staple Of Business: Conscious Entrepreneurship

With an increased focus on global sustainability, we are seeing a rapid shift in how businesses operate. But I …

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Learning While Working: Tips for Successful On-the-Job Training

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Link: https://thetrainingassociates.com/blog/tips-successful-on-the-job-training/

“Employees appreciate the chance to develop knowledge and skills without ever leaving work.”[i] On-the-Job training can be one of the most effective and valuable types of training. As employees learn, they are able to …

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A record 4.3 million workers quit their jobs in August, led by food and retail industries

Written by: Jeff Cox and retrieved from CNBC

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Employment vacancies fell to 10.4 million during the month, a drop of 659,000 from July’s upwardly revised 11.1 million, according to the Labor Department’s JOLTS report.
The decline was well short …

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