provided by Published 5:00 am PST, Friday, December 28, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 This $10 cover letter course can help your career 1 / 1 Back to Gallery No matter how much work experience you have on your resume, you might still lose out on competitive jobs if you don’t have an amazing cover letter to boot. Don’t miss the opportunity of a lifetime over something as small as a cover letter. Cover Letter Mastery To Get The Job You Want can easily help you figure it out. The professor that wrote this useful and thorough course has been published by Oxford University Press because of his extensive expertise in business communication. He breaks down the cover letter into three parts: a header, body, and footer – and you’ll learn how each section is unique and important in its own way. You’ll even see real cover letters written by actual job applicants so you can learn some … [Read more...] about This $10 cover letter course can help your career
By Robert Salonga | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: December 25, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: December 26, 2018 at 7:08 am For Audra Ibarra, becoming a judge is about continuing a lifetime of community service instilled in her at childhood. Her father, a career public-university professor in computer science, passed up lucrative corporate jobs in the exploding tech industry of the 1980s and 1990s, to keep teaching. “Public service is in my core,” Ibarra said. “What really matters to me is giving back and being part of the community and the bigger picture. I really miss that feeling where my only job is to do good in the world.” Her appointment to the Santa Clara County bench this month by outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown doesn’t just mark a return to public work for the 49-year-old attorney, it sets a notable milestone that might be surprising in a region where diversity is a cultural hallmark. Ibarra is the first Filipino-American … [Read more...] about New Santa Clara County judge sets diversity milestone as she continues career in service
After growing up on the family farm surrounded by cattle, sheep and machinery Mark Wheeler chose a career that ensured his heart remained in the countryside. By the time the Buckingham farmer’s son grew up the family farm had diversified into other areas and so a career in farming wasn’t an option. But after reading media studies at the University of Lincoln Mark saw an advert in the Brackley and Towcester Advertiser that led him back to the world he truly loved.Mark, who has just been appointed as branch secretary of Aylesbury National Farmers Union (NFU) said: “To do media studies I would have had to go to London but I wanted to stay in the countryside and at home. I saw this advert saying a young enthusiastic sales person was needed, and an agricultural background would be ideal.”Mark, 36, applied for the position and became a sales associate at Brackley NFU, briefly taking on the role of assistant agent during his eight years there.After an 18 month career … [Read more...] about A countryside career for farmer’s son
One of the most memorable moments of the series is Jack Rodwell's treatment room revelation. The ex-Everton midfielder, the Black Cats' highest-earner during their ill-fated 2017/18 season, tells a teammate there is 'no chance' he would play for the club in an upcoming fixture.It was therefore no surprise that he left the club by mutual agreement in the summer.Rodwell's comments have certainly proved a talking point after the release of the Netflix series, but he seems to have put his career back on more stable footing since the documentary was filmed. He has since signed a contract with Championship side Blackburn Rovers which runs until the end of the current season.And while he has not been handed many first team chances, manager Tony Mowbray feels he is playing an important role off the field.Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph, the Blackburn boss said: “He’s an important player behind the scenes, and pretty soon he will be propelled back in to the forefront of … [Read more...] about Sunderland ‘Til I Die: How Jack Rodwell resurrected his career after the Netflix series
Leadership experience and resume boosting are only some of the advantages you'll gain. You might also change someone's life -- literally. Rhoden Monrose Published 7:00 am PST, Tuesday, December 25, 2018 Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images A 'Holiday' Thought: Philanthropic Involvement Can Advance your Career. Here's How. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Today, Christmas Eve, "giving back" is top of mind for many. And delivering meals to the local homeless shelter or dropping dollars in Salvation Army buckets delivers undeniable “feel good” benefits; in fact, a paper … [Read more...] about A ‘Holiday’ Thought: Philanthropic Involvement Can Advance your Career. Here’s How.