Top 10 Jobs of 2014

By Yolanda L Salazar This article is based on an article by U.S. News of their 100 best jobs selected for 2014. Here I will be providing you with the top 10 Jobs of 2014. If you click on each of the job titles in this article, the link will take you to a full […]

The Graduate Program – Why Should I and How?

By Yolanda L Salazar That is the question on many grad students’ minds! The reasons to go to graduate school are many and varied. Some students want to ensure that they will have higher earning power and others want to enhance their education — two very good reasons. While having a graduate degree does not […]

College Loans Giving You the Blues?

By Melvin Collins, Jr. College loans certainly can be a pain in the side and in the pocketbook, if not handled properly! It’s the college loan that makes students (and parents) worry about their education plan. They have to be aware of how much money it is going to take in order for them to […]

Are You Using the Right Job Search Tools?

By Yolanda Salazar For the past 50 or 60 years, resumes have been the thing to do in putting your name out there for a job. Resumes do serve their purpose; however, with today’s technology, there is so much more out there to take advantage of in order to announce to employers that you are […]

When Opportunity Knocks…

By Ayunne Collins When opportunity knocks, do you answer? Well, do you? Everyone is always told to never give up. Many people take that advice, but others may not always follow suit. At a certain age, you start to get hit with life quotes and I am throwing one at you. Here is one that may […]

Is Your Career Blooming?

By Silvia Seelig In searching for a job, many things need to be taken into consideration when selecting the companies that interest you. You should think about the type of job you want, the type of work environment that best suits you, and what a company has to offer you as an employee. One important […]

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  • Top 10 Jobs of 2014

    Top 10 Jobs of 2014

    By Yolanda L Salazar This article is based on an article by U.S. News of their 100 best jobs selected for 2014. Here I will be providing you with the top 10 Jobs of 2014. If you click on each of the job titles in this article, the link will take you to a full […]

  • The Graduate Program -  Why Should I and How?

    The Graduate Program – Why Should I and How?

    By Yolanda L Salazar That is the question on many grad students’ minds! The reasons to go to graduate school are many and varied. Some students want to ensure that they will have higher earning power and others want to enhance their education — two very good reasons. While having a graduate degree does not […]

  • College Loans Giving You the Blues?

    College Loans Giving You the Blues?

    By Melvin Collins, Jr. College loans certainly can be a pain in the side and in the pocketbook, if not handled properly! It’s the college loan that makes students (and parents) worry about their education plan. They have to be aware of how much money it is going to take in order for them to […]

  • Are You Using the Right Job Search Tools?

    Are You Using the Right Job Search Tools?

    By Yolanda Salazar For the past 50 or 60 years, resumes have been the thing to do in putting your name out there for a job. Resumes do serve their purpose; however, with today’s technology, there is so much more out there to take advantage of in order to announce to employers that you are […]

  • When Opportunity Knocks...

    When Opportunity Knocks…

    By Ayunne Collins When opportunity knocks, do you answer? Well, do you? Everyone is always told to never give up. Many people take that advice, but others may not always follow suit. At a certain age, you start to get hit with life quotes and I am throwing one at you. Here is one that may […]

  • Is Your Career Blooming?

    Is Your Career Blooming?

    By Silvia Seelig In searching for a job, many things need to be taken into consideration when selecting the companies that interest you. You should think about the type of job you want, the type of work environment that best suits you, and what a company has to offer you as an employee. One important […]

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  • Exciting New Job Opportunity

    Are you looking for a great paying job where you can work independently? If you said yes, we have an amazing opportunity for you? You will need a CDL B or the ability to obtain one in your first 30 days of employment. You will also need to have a good driving history, positive attitude and […]

  • Making The Right Introduction

    Workforce Partners Management Group, LLC and CampusJobXpress are celebrating 25 years of service and are offering 6 months of complimentary services. Job seekers can create their own web page where they can upload their resume, a photo, Summary of Qualifications as well as a Video Resume. For more information email us at info@campusjobxpress.com  

  • Making The Right Introduction

    Making The Right Introduction

  • What Do You Expect From the New Year?

    What Do You Expect From the New Year? I don’t believe in making resolutions, however, I think we all can strive to be better at any time. In the classes we teach, the theme is to teach each participants to be positive and to establish a well-conceived path for their lives, not just for employment.! […]

  • “Success in life comes not from holding a good hand ………………….

    Posted on June 16, 2013 by Barry “Success in life comes, not from holding a good hand, but in playing a poor hand well.” – Denis Waitley, Motivational Speaker and Writer Have you ever watched the World Series of Poker on television – you know, where the winners walk away with millions? If you have, […]

  • Discussion 73 – What Does Your Resume Say About You?

    While teaching class this week, it came to our attention that many of our participants have good looking resumes; however, the resume does not fit the job they are seeking. If you have a varied work history and a number of careers that you are able to pursue, does your resume reflect the job that […]

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    Jack Of All Trades Personnel Services

    Jack Of All Trades Personnel Services – a dedication to the growth and productivity of our clients and their people. It is very evident that a company is made by its people. Every business depends on its people for success. This makes hiring a crucial part of your company’s operations. This is also where we come into […]

  • Let Spherion Help You Find Your Dream Job

    Let Spherion Help You Find Your Dream Job

    Your Dream Job is Out There … Let Spherion Help You Find It! At Spherion®, we believe a job is more than just a means to pay the bills—it is a creative outlet for people to apply their skills and talents to something that’s bigger; something that is both challenging and rewarding. The right job […]

  • Whataburger

    Whataburger

    With open ears, we hear the need for jobs.   Our subscribers are looking for jobs with benefits  and jobs with a future. During our exploration of available opportunities, one such company has come into the spotlight…   Careers at Whataburger Whataburger® began in 1950 when Harmon Dobson opened a tiny burger stand in Corpus […]

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    Fedex

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    Waco Center For Youth

                                                                                                 

  • Whataburger

    Whataburger

    With open ears, we hear the need for jobs. Our subscribers are looking for jobs with benefits  and jobs with a future. During our exploration of available opportunities, one such company has come into the spotlight… Careers at Whataburger Whataburger® began in 1950 when Harmon Dobson opened a tiny burger stand in Corpus Christi, Texas. […]

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  • Jack Of All Trades Personnel Services

    Jack Of All Trades Personnel Services

    Jack Of All Trades Personnel Services – a dedication to the growth and productivity of our clients and their people. It is very evident that a company is made by its people. Every business depends on its people for success. This makes hiring a crucial part of your company’s operations. This is also where we come into […]

  • Maintaining Your Professional Presence

    Maintaining Your Professional Presence

    By Sharon Rector “Don’t ever feel that you are the only one to ever have done something silly or said something crazy. We all do it! Yours truly… especially! I had not ever had any kind of experience in an office environment, when I accepted my first secretarial position. It was very new to me, […]

  • Watching The Weather

    Watching The Weather

    by Sheena Williams “March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers.” However, before we can get to the flowers, we need to get through the wind and the showers! Spring is in the air, but so are storm clouds, high winds, and tornadoes.  So, to make sure that you and yours are safe this […]

  • What It Takes to Handle Change With Grace and Ease

    What It Takes to Handle Change With Grace and Ease

    Excerpt from Life Transitions, Managing Change Creating Your Future It has been said the path to your greatest personal growth is through your problems. You are invited to embrace your problems for unless you have them, they will have you. There’s a huge difference between the two. You will always have problems. Life is a […]

  • Top Five Personality Traits Employers Hire Most

    by FORBESWOMAN Top Five Personality Traits Employers Hire Most I know you: You’ve made looking for your next job, well… your job. You’ve scoured your resume of clichéd buzzwords, brushed up on body language and even gotten a handle on the dreaded video interview. But all of that might be for naught if you just don’t […]

  • Top 10 Worst Body Mistakes To Make In An Interview

    by Forbes.com 10 Body Language Interview Mistakes From eye contact to posture to the way you fix your hair, avoid these 10 physical slip-ups in your next job interview.   1. Bad Postured Posture Leaning back is lazy or arrogant, leaning forward is aggressive and slouching is just lazy. Instead, experts say to aim for […]

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