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    Unemployment blues life changing events

     

    If we are unlucky enough to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, we experience a personal tsunami - a misfortune of devastating proportions that sweeps away our routine lifestyle and forever changes the world we know. Yet despite the frequency of such events - the tidal waves of Asia, the hurricanes of the Gulf Coast, the loss of life in the Middle East, the wildfires and mudslides of California - most of us are only indirectly affected. We bleed for those who have lost everything, give what we can out of our pocketbooks and our hearts, but our world is essentially unchanged and we move along in our personal life journey relatively unscathed. The vast majority of us will never undergo the wrenching jolt of a major disaster, natural or man-made. The sheer size of the human race insulates millions of us from the floods, the bombs, and the mayhem. For us, the life-changing events we experience never hit the front page. Personal, quiet disasters - divorce, death, bankruptcy, or unemployment - change our lives forever but remain unnoticed by all but our closest friends and family. We pick up the pieces and try to get it together without government or private succor and support. It is the isolation of personal loss that is so emotional destructive. We struggle alone to try to make sense of what went wrong and how we can recover our equilibrium. Others are sympathetic and wish us well but there is an abyss between those who have a job and those who cannot find one. The longer we are out of work, the more alienated we become. Even those who love us start to worry that there's something wrong with us. They start to suspect that we're not as motivated as we say we are. Everyone has plenty of glib advice: "Have you tried . . . ?" Of course we have - many times and always without success. We become more disheartened as we analyze everything we've done and realize we have tried every trick in the book and still cannot find anything suitable. Some of us get stuck in depression, anger, or paralyzing anxiety. Our energy drains away and even the smallest action becomes more and more difficult. As frustration and financial pressures mount, we wallow in the unfairness of it all and reminisce about how perfect everything was when we had a job and a future and hope, wondering why all this had to happen. As with hurricanes and tsunamis and terrorism, the victims are not responsible for the catastrophe they face. Life-changing events do just that - change our lives, sometimes forever. Change can be negative, fear-provoking, and desperately uncomfortable. But, if we look closer, we'll see it also has a positive face. Without change, our modern world wouldn't exist. We would be living the way our ancestors did. And while olden times may sound attractive in their pristine simplicity, such times were filled with disease, inequality and a raw brutality we could not stomach today. We need to embrace change and, despite the turmoil it brings, look for the silver lining hidden within the storm clouds. Although you now remember your job with nostalgic affection, there were undoubtedly times that you wished you could quit. Even if you loved what you were doing, any single job position only taps into a small part of your potential. Being forced to make a change allows you to develop other domains of your personal character. Try to analyze your interests and preferences and identify things you would like to do which have not been utilized by your prior jobs. Can you think of an industry or a particular job title that might allow you to move in a new direction? Think about, and complete some preliminary research on, jobs in new industries that you might be able to do. You may not have directly related experience but there are common themes that permeate every kind of work: the ability to communicate, to work as part of a team, to learn rapidly, to be aware of details, to organize and prioritize. If you pick an area of genuine personal interest, you enthusiasm will clearly and naturally emerge and that is something all employers seek. The job hunting you have been doing may, without your realizing it, have become routine and uninspired. The experience of failure and the frustration of never receiving positive feedback may have led to your merely "going through the motions," already convinced, in your own mind, of the futility of your efforts. Taking a new direction can open up your job search tunnel. Instead of beating your head against the wall and revisiting every technique and lead you've tried before, moving into a different environment may give you a new sense of purpose and appreciation of your own potential. That is when the positive effects of forced change can become a new source of pleasure and satisfaction.

         
    Unemployment blues talk to yourself

     

    There is always a debate about whether daily affirmations work - the kind of uplifting statements you repeat to yourself in the mirror each morning. I find a more effective way to improve your mood and self-esteem is to create your own positive scripts for regular re-reading and study. On those days when you're really down on yourself and think that you're a failure, immersing yourself in a book crammed with notes about your qualities and accomplishments can restore your balance, brighten your spirits, and re-energize you for the rigors of the job hunt. Keep a notebook close by and jot down every little success you've ever had. List your personal characteristics, work and non-work successes, little things you've done that made you feel proud. Record what other people have said to you as compliments or in gratitude. Note any awards or trophies you've ever won. Describe your accomplishments, big and small: completing a difficult class, learning how to bowl or play a decent round of golf, teaching your teenager how to drive a stick shift, losing that last 10 pounds. No one reaches adulthood without a long string of successes along the way but we tend to discount them because our emotions are engaged by our failures, the "ones who got away." Keep adding to your book of positives as you think of more and more accomplishments (the list will grow, the more you think about it). On the days when you think your value to the world is zero, take out your book to remind yourself of your own worth. The world is a better place due to all of our collective efforts so give yourself an emotional pat on the back.

         
    Unique consulting services

     

    Need advice? Need help in conquering a particular challenge? Hire a consultant! Professional consulting has become one of the fastest-growing segments of our society. What do consultants do? They provide information and advice in exchange for a fee. They can be found under a variety of names: accountant, psychologist, architect, designer, attorney, consulting engineer. Almost everyone within a society uses their services in one way or another. What each of these consultants has in common is the need to identify and find clients, and to package their own unique know-how in a fashion that will appeal to others and be useful and meaningful. They find that marketing themselves is quite different than marketing a product that people can put their hands on. People still like to visually see what they are putting their money out for. Many consultants know they could provide their service ever so easily from a private office in their home. They don’t need large areas to warehouse inventory, or to staff many employees. However, their clients need to see and feel an atmosphere that will justify spending money on. Hence consultants often can be found in luxury office buildings. The service that a consultant renders is often difficult to describe. Some clients only use the services because forced to by law (such as needing an attorney). Some clients are encouraged by family members or friends to seek the services of a psychologist. Unless one is financially well off, there can be strong resentment in paying a consultant for advice. Clients need to feel they are receiving value in return – and to feel respect and admiration for the one who is doing the consulting. Many consultants spend their working hours in large companies training and advising sales staff or increasing the morale of the employees. Proving that one’s services can provide large-scale differences in a large segment of a huge company requires positive feedback from prior clients and also strong marketing skills. Acquiring these marketing skills and putting them into practice consumes a large part of a consultant’s time. Marketing requires planting many ‘seeds’ of what you have to offer. These seeds need to be spread as far and wide as possible in the areas where potential clients might see them. And, as we all know, not all seeds germinate and sprout. One of the safest ways for a consultant to successfully create a large marketing program is to apply the old standard rule of 80 – 20. Eighty percent of their income will come from 20 percent of their clients or leads (seeds). By carefully analyzing which potential clients are going to be the most irritating and troublesome, and which will be a great joy to work with, consultants are usually able to eliminate eighty percent of the seeds and focus on where they can truly serve and make the best use of their time. This is how a consultant acts as his own consultant!

         
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    Using an executive search firm to help you with your job search

     

    The Internet has now given the ability to take the job search beyond boundaries, in that you can now effortlessly look for a restaurant job in Toronto or chef jobs just with a few clicks of the mouse. Simply type your preferred career and location into your favourite search engine and watch the jobs opportunities come in. It sounds easy doesn’t it? Well remember with the ease of using the Internet to search for jobs you must keep in mind that to conduct an effective job search using only the Internet is almost an unrealistic expectation. You still will need to apply, submit your resume and attend the interview. All of which will require research on your part. Research on a potential employer is still a critical part of any successful job search. Jobseekers should make it their priority to learn as much as possible about potential employers and the industry they represent. The five tips below will help you with your job search: 1. Remain Focused Stay focused on your research goal and if you stumble across an interesting unrelated website, bookmark it and come back to it later. If not, before you know it you've lost track of what you wanted to accomplish, and have spent the last hour watching funny videos. 2. Develop a Research Strategy Develop a plan before you begin looking for information by deciding in advance how much time you are willing to invest researching a particular topic. Your topic will influence where to look on the Internet, whether it’s searching newsgroups, blogs or company websites. Knowing roughly where your information might be found will assist you in developing your plan. 3. Keep Records As you research potential employers you will collect a lot of information. By organizing the information you want to keep and discarding that which has little or no immediate value, you will be better prepared when it comes time to responding to emails from employers that you are interested in. 4. Set Realistic Goals Goals will ensure you stay on track and should be specific, such as ‘spending 2 hours a day researching employers who are looking for chefs or cooks’ as opposed to the goal being ‘searching for a job on the Internet today’. 5. Visit the Restaurant Sometimes, if you are lucky, the hiring manager may interview you the moment you drop off your resume or fill out an application. So be prepared and make sure you are properly dressed. In order to get some face time with a manager you will want to make sure you don’t show up during a rush. Try to visit the restaurant around 10am during the week to beat the lunch rush and before 3:30pm on weekdays to beat the dinner rush. On weekends many restaurants will have a breakfast or brunch rush so you will have to do some research if you plan on visiting the restaurant on the weekend. Finding a job online is the easy part. Making sure you are the right fit for what the company is looking for will take more effort on your part. Remember when performing your research to remain focused on the task at hand, develop a research plan that will help you to obtain a goal, keep good records of potential employers so you may refer back to them later and set realistic goals of how much research you can perform. If you become overwhelmed with the amount of information available, there are also plenty of head hunters and executive recruiters that will assist you in matching your skills with a company that is looking to fill a vacancy.

         
    Using informal and formal status symbols in your orgazination to advance your career

     

    You want to get ahead in life and your career . Formal status symbols in a business setting tend to come with promotion. In other words, you have to earn them. They're badges of rank in the corporate army. Some of the most common ones a re: - a reserved parking space next to the building - an office with a window (corner offices and those on top floors best) - executive dining room privileges - wet bar in office - jacuzzi adjoining office - Blackberry email device supplied by the company - a private secretary - first-class travel privileges - designer lamps and furniture as well as LCD computer monitors Although you as a management standoff wanabee might not qualify for some of the above status symbols, they may be able to come up with reasonable facsimiles. Perhaps you don't rate a reserved parking spot right next to the building, for example, but maybe you can wangle one in the reserved lot, which is better than hiking three blocks from the general parking area like the rest of the peons. Make it your business to say nice things to the secretary who handles such matters. It also pays to befriend people like the head of facilities and maintenance, who would be in a position to install a better office rug or wall­paper than you deserve. Check Dale Carnegie's timeless book How to Win Friends and Influence People for the finer points of dealing with such folks. You may decide it's politically expedient to spend your own money for things that the company won't supply, such as a that Blackberry or that newest GSM cellular phone and high-class office furnishings. Outsiders, new employees, and casual visitors who don't know the difference will think your expensive trappings came with the territory. If somebody is rude enough to ask, "How did you rate this?" just smile and shrug your shoulders. That adds to your mystique. Informal status symbols are another matter. These are often adopted by the informal organization, and their importance varies from one company or depar ment to the next. For example it has been reported reported that some managers like to display computer software running as status symbols. The " authority " with such a " display " may not the first thing about these products and as well may be totally technically inept at any computer skills. As well think of a bank of thin LCD computer monitors as s little more than a string of dim lamp bulbs . The more impressive upcomimg compuitermodels to display includes Microsoft Office System 2007 beta 2 Software , computer web pages locked at Sourceforgenet especially dealing those sourceforge computer project s involving security , corporate firewall amd encryption projects As well it always helps to display the latest Beta release Microsoft Software such as the upcoming vaporware operating sytem Vista , To give you and idea the previous incorporation of the upcomiing Vista Operating Sytem was previously called " Longhorn ". All of these programs are for the most part mythical . They are always changing due to the nature of deadlines and the infighting and childish nature and poor typing skills of computer programmers. No one can really ever refute your expertise or call your bluff seriousl. Anyone who would is either a liar or fool and is certainly not your competitor in the quest for management or promotion in another field . And ianyways ts not as if the others you are trying to upscale have not had enough trouble with their current version of Windows or the computer systems they struggle with . If you find it difficult to upscale others you can also leave computer screens locked on those program screens and informtatiional websites As well instuctional cds or reviews on these amu other opearating systems or programs may be left arouind for display and demo purposes . And it never hurts to try to display that you are always in the process of upgrrading your skills and knowlege as a demonstration of your time management and management evaluation and decision making skills. Its always good to pretend that you are mastering a Linux distro or the Sum microsytem server systems. As well i 's noteworthy that there aree computer programs easily available to help you pretend that you are busy 28 hours a days . With the touch of a key, a model of a work project can be thrown up on your expensive neat LCD monitor while in actuality you were really the web for travel sites on your upcoming foreign vacation , or smply playing solitaire A handy feature for when your boss walks in the door. Most informal status symbols revolve around personal or office accessories. These include Blackberrys, and higer end business notebook computers systems As well these props should have silent attestment to their value - both of their stature and of the essential value of the data they contain. Expensive locks , encryprion and satellite tracking security systems to protect your laptop from theft scream out the importance of your notebook computer and its data on which the whole future of your firm revolve around . As an up and comer you should consider acquiring one portable communiation devices such as those notebooks computers even if your firm will not provide them to you . As well consider the imporance of Blackberry portable email systems and high end GSM phones because ultimately they may prove to be an wise and imporant investment in your career. A Blackberry unit linked to the corporate communication and computer system for example, implies that you're a dedicated manager who may need to summon the electronic genie at any hour of the night to elict data from your office files in order to solve some vital managent crisis . Of course it is wise to point out that with simple planning that crisis may never have occurred In this day and age you can even link your new GSM phone to your notebook for instant access anywhere in most of the world to head office. Remember to often demonstrate your wireless abilty even if if is from a simple hotpsot not even your expsnsive GSM phone / Internet connection . Just like an empty briefcase being carried out at the end of the day or work week it doesn't hurt to be seen carrying your notebook computer or Blackberry to and from work, either. You certainly look more progressive and farsighted than colleagues Remember these and other silently promoted Corporate status symbols can advance your career in any of a number of important ways.

         
    Using job fairs to decide on a career path

     

    Making up your mind as to what you want to do in life is so difficult. Especially today, given the myriad options, with each profession looking better than the other. And you're not too sure what exactly it is you want to pursue. Enter the wonderful world of job fairs. Walk in and you'll see a vista of opportunities light up before your eyes, options even within professions. You can talk to people from various companies, find recruiters who will tell you what they are looking for, compare different salary structures and perquisites and have the opportunity to see what's on offer. For someone just out of college looking for a job, job fairs hold immense potential. They are eye-openers to the big world of career opportunities outside the campus. It could be your first reality check as to what awaits you. Job fairs help you to assess different companies away from the terrifying environs of their offices. It also helps you to be exposed to the different kinds of interviews that different companies conduct. It is easier to ask a prospective employer questions about his company in a more objective setting. Most of all, it gives you the opportunity of choice. It is probably this that makes you know what you want or don't want. And this makes it easier to be clearer in your final decision. Job fairs are held for various professions. The burgeoning healthcare industry, for example has many such fairs all over the country. This could be a great opportunity for professionals wanting to enter the industry as well as professionals who are looking for new opportunities. Whether the posts are for physicians, assistants, the nursing cadre or other supporting areas, here is a place where people can not just compare opportunities and benefits but also look at specific programs that the employer is associated with to see if it could be a perfect fit with what they are looking for. Always remember to pick up all the available printed material from job fairs so you can read it at your leisure when you get back home. It's always good to look at the fine print. Also remember to pick up the free tote that most give to carry them so you're not distracted with a vast amount of brochures and material to manage. Go to as many job fairs as you can - you'll find the world of work unfolding its wonderful opportunities before you.

         
    Using online job sites in your career search

     

    Whether you are a graduate looking for your first job, or a seasoned professional searching for a new opportunity, using the Internet is a great way to begin a job search. Using online job sites offers certain advantages such as easy search-ability, and when the system finds a reasonable match, you are automatically informed. There is a plethora of online job sites, national and regional, that sometimes makes it difficult to know which one to use. You can start by using job search engines, which allow you to search major databases with hundreds and sometimes thousands of employer listings. Finding a new job is hard work and it is usually a full time job in itself. Today, online job sites provide all the tools and services you need to conduct an effective job search and are a superb way to seek out part time or full time jobs, or a summer internship. Tips for Users of Online Job Sites The Internet provides you with a wealth of profiles of potential employers and you need to do your research well to identify the ones you want to work with. The best would be to pursue the employers who post their jobs directly. Most job sites require you to complete an application form, and either upload your resume or type in the resume in the space provided. When sending in your resume, make sure that you do not give out a lot of personal information, since this information is posted online for all to see. Look for online job sites that offer resume confidentiality whenever possible, where you can conceal your contact information. When applying for a particular job, always customize your resume for that job specifically. If your resume is lacking in content and quality, pay to have a professional resume writer redo it. It is the best money you can spend to launch your career. It may be less convenient but sending in a customized resume for a particular job is more effective. Some online job sites allow you to contact the recruiter or the employer directly. These are the best sites. You can email your job application and resume directly to the prospective employer or his recruiter, once you feel that you meet all the job requirements. When applying directly to a prospective employer, refer to the job posting to see how to submit your job application. Check the job postings for keywords and relevant experience that you should include in your customized resume. Some prefer submission of your resume through email, whereas some have online application forms. If submission details are not clear, you are usually safe to submit your cover letter and resume via email.

         
    Vacancies rise to record

     

    UNEMPLOYMENT is set to fall further with the number of job vacancies rising to record levels, fuelling speculation of another interest rate rise. National job vacancies in the three months to August rose 2.9 per cent, seasonally adjusted, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Job vacancies rose by 11.9 per cent in the year to August. CommSec equities economist Martin Arnold said with job vacancies now at a record high, the unemployment rate was set to fall below 4 per cent - from its present 4.3 per cent - as business conditions encouraged bosses to seek more staff. "The Australian economy is recording solid growth and business conditions are virtually as good as they get," he said. The strength of the economy led a frustrated John Howard to say the public was failing to give the government credit for economic management. "I think there is a view in the community ... perhaps a significant number that, for somehow or another, our economic strength and our economic stability and growth is happening naturally, that the economy is on autopilot," the Prime Minister told a public forum at Ocean Grove on the Victorian coast yesterday. He said this was one of the reasons why the government was faring so poorly in the public opinion polls: "I think people are starting to take the Australian economy for granted." Seasonally-adjusted job vacancies totalled 172,700 in the three months to August. Mr Arnold said there were fewer than three unemployed people for every vacant job, the lowest level on record. Business services has been one of the strongest growth areas, with 45,200 vacancies, 28.4 per cent more than a year ago. The number of positions vacant in the communications industry has more than doubled to 2800 in the same period. There was strong demand for labour in the construction, retail trade and transport industries. Areas that appear to be less desperate for staff include hospitality, recreation and personal services. The public sector is continuing to expand, with the number of vacant jobs 11.8 per cent higher than a year ago. In the year to August, job vacancies in the boom state of Western Australia were up by 31.8 per cent, unadjusted, followed by the ACT, which was up 31 per cent. Only Queensland had a decline, with year-on-year vacancies down 3.3 per cent. Matthew Johnson, the senior economist at broker ICAP, said the rise in jobs vacancies should deliver employment growth of more than 2 per cent. "This means that unemployment will probably fall lower, and that everyone from the Reserve Bank down will continue to fret about wage-push inflation," he said. High job vacancies and low unemployment is a traditional recipe for inflation, with a limit to how many positions can be filled. There has, so far, been no evidence of wage inflation, with the average cost of labour rising broadly in line with costs in the economy. The next inflation figures are published on October 24. UBS chief economist Scott Haslem said the growth in job vacancies would contribute to higher inflation in the final months of 2007. He predicted the Reserve Bank would raise interest rates in February 2008 to stop inflation going above the RBA's 3 per cent target range. However Mr Arnold said the increase in labour supply, coming from skilled migration, would not generate wages pressures.

         
    The original eight genesis of the modern day flight attendant

     

    The following article serves as a tribute to eight women who were the forerunners of the modern day flight attendant now numbering nearly 250,000 women and men worldwide. In 1930, it was the dream of many a young man to marry a Boeing Skygirl. These “original eight” women were single nurses enticed from their homes with the idea of marriage to a rich-lonesome business passenger. Ultimately, however, they played a pivotal role in revolutionizing air travel by ensuring passenger comfort and through promoting the safety of air travel. During that time America was in the beginning of an economic depression that would eventually deepen and spread to effect the entire world. Nevertheless, new advances in aircraft development continued to be promoted which helped strengthen the accessibility of air travel to the general public. BOEING’S FIRSTS The Boeing Company was, at that time, in the enviable position of being both the manufacturer of the first airliner and the first airline passenger transportation company providing cabin services. In 1928 Boeing introduced an airliner designed specifically for passenger comfort and convenience. The Model 80 touted a separate and enclosed flightdeck for the pilots and a spacious cabin for the passengers. The original model held twelve passengers and was followed one year later by the larger, 18-passenger, Model 80-A. THE ORIGINAL EIGHT Originally, young boys were hired to serve food, beverages, and comfort the passengers when they became airsick. Soon, however, it was suggested by Ellen Church, a registered nurse, that women -- specifically nurses -- could work as stewards. She felt that nurses would be best suited to care for passenger comfort (and illnesses), promote a female presence to demonstrate the safety of air travel, and to free up pilots for more important flight duties. Boeing managers accepted her proposal and on May 15, 1930, eight women were hired for a three month trial. Thus began the position of “stewardess” the forerunner of the modern day flight attendant. WIDE AND VARIED DUTIES The duties of the original stewardesses went far beyond providing cabin services. She served as a tour director by pointing out places of interest including, cities, towns, rivers, mountains, passes, etc. She took tickets, loaded luggage, fueled the plane, and helped the pilots push the aircraft into the hangar! Because of low ceilings and narrow aisles, Boeing mandated that stewardesses be small in stature with a height limit not to exceed 5’4” and a weight of no more than 115 lbs. UNITED REPLACES BOEING In 1931 Boeing Air Transportation, Inc., merged with three other transportation companies to form the newly named United Airlines. About that time most of the “original eight” returned to more conventional lives. MARGARET ARNOTT INTERVIEWED In 1996, Clipped Wings historian Vicy Morris Young wrote a tribute to the original eight which made mention of an earlier interview with Margaret Arnott, the last surviving member of the heralded group. Just before her death in 1995, Margaret shared how as she was awaiting hip surgery her doctor brought in a framed photo from his wife -- who was then flying for American Airlines -- that she wanted to have Margaret autograph. The doctor's wife found it in an antique store and it was the only one taken that had all eight women together in uniform. Laughing aloud, Margaret said, “I never thought I would end up in an antique store! I notice you asked for the signature before you did my surgery!” Margaret loved to meet with latter day flight attendants who always asked about early flying experiences. Known for her sense of humor, she was telling a young woman onboard a trip about an emergency landing in a muddy corn field. Her listener asked seriously, “And did they jet you back to Chicago?” A solemn reply, backed by a mischievous grin was, “Not that day.” THE ENSUING YEARS Soon after the introduction of the “original eight” other airlines began to hire “stewardesses” too. Government regulation of steward(esses) began in 1952 when the Civil Aeronautics Administration, now known as the Federal Aviation Administration, passed a resolution requiring all air carrier aircraft with a capacity of ten or more passengers to provide at least one steward(ess) for safety reasons. In 1974 the FAA rewrote the Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) to read, “flight attendant crewmember.” This step was significant in professionalizing the role of the flight attendant. No formal government standards exist in the United States to regulate the Corporate or Business Flight Attendant. Most large corporations and air carriers employ flight attendants as they recognize the importance of providing exceptional service from both comfort and safety aspects. Today’s crop of flight attendants consists of men and women of a multitude of nationalities working for a variety of commercial, business, and private companies. Unlike the “original eight” they no longer have to push planes into hangars, load luggage, or fuel the aircraft. However, thanks to jet travel, they can be expected to travel longer, higher, and further than their counterparts, interact cross-culturally, and be equipped to handle any conceivable emergency situation that may arise. Nearly 75 years after Ellen Church’s idea became a reality, the benefits of utilizing flight attendants has been enormous. We salute the “original eight” and all that have followed in their footsteps. “Original Eight” Tidbits The “Original Eight” stewardesses were: Ellen Church, Margaret Arnott, Jessie Carter, Ellis Crawford, Harriet Fry, Alva Johnson, Inez Keller and Cornelia Peterman. Ellen Church’s first flight was on May 15, 1930. She flew from San Francisco to Cheyenne, Wyoming. (Source: kwtv) Church was from Cresco, Iowa. In 1959 that city built a new airfield and named it “Ellen Church Field” (CJJ) in her honor. Source: Iowa State University extension website: ww. exnet. iastate. edu) Can you guess how much the first flight attendants were paid in 1930? They received a salary for the princely sum of $125. per month! Sources: First Stewardess From Cresco, Iowa State University Extension, EXNET. IASTATE. EDU. Model 80, Boeing Company, BOEING. A Special Tribute – The Original Eight Stewardesses, Vicy Morris Young, Clipped Wings, CLIPPEDWINGS.

         
    The perfect career for your personality

     

    Choosing a career path is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make—but how do you decide what is right for you? You may take a career path that uses the skills you have or the education you’ve gotten. You may even choose a career based on what you think you “should” do—because of what your parents or teachers have told you is right for you. But you may not know that you are naturally more suited for some careers than for others. Why? Each of us has an individual personality type that affects how much we’ll like a job. Think, for instance, about a carpenter versus a counselor. A carpenter works with concrete objects, according to specified procedures, and has a tangible result. A counselor works with people and their feelings; she has to judge success and the results of her work based on abstract concepts. Which of these sounds more appealing to you? Do you have a strong preference for one or the other? Now, imagine if you had to make your less-preferred choice your career, and you will get an idea of the impact that your personality has on your job satisfaction. There is quite a bit of variation in how people think and process information, what they see as important, and how they make decisions. All of this variation can affect how happy or unhappy someone is in a work environment. Each one of us has different criteria for what a great job is, and to find your own perfect career, it is crucial to identify what is important to you. The first step is to figure out your personality type. The most common personality test used for career counseling is called the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This personality test measures four facets of personality: • Extroverted/Introverted—Do you get your energy from being with people, or being alone? • Sensing/Intuition—Do you see what’s actual, or what’s possible? • Thinking/Feeling—Do you make decisions with your head or your heart? • Judging/Perceiving—Do you like to make decisions, or keep your options open? There are many ways to find out what your personality type is. Some people prefer to read about the types and choose what seems to fit best. There are also free quizzes on the internet based on the principles of the Myers-Briggs that can give you an idea of where you may fit. However, if you are serious about finding out what type you are, the most reliable and accurate method is to take the official Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This is a scientifically validated instrument that will identify where you fall in each of the categories. This assessment can only be administered by someone trained in its application, and must include a consultation with a trained coach or consultant according to its licensing guidelines. You can take the personality tests through a career counselor in your area, or online. If you take it online, you will typically get the results the same day, and you can usually request a special report that will go into detail about what is important to look for in a career. Once you have figured out your personality type, you will want to look at the careers you are considering and evaluate whether they fit what’s important to you. Some questions to ask yourself: • How much time will I spend interacting with people? Will it be too much/too little? • To what extent will I be expected to follow standard procedures? Will I feel restricted by too much structure? Will I feel frustrated by too little? • Will this job require me to use logic and reason things out? Will it require me to use compassion and consider how decisions will make people feel? Am I comfortable with the extent to which I will have to act based on thinking or feeling? • How much latitude will this job give me to make my own schedule? Is it too little? Too much? It’s important to be realistic about what a job entails, and to ask as many questions as possible about prospective jobs so that you can evaluate how well they’ll fit you. As you learn more about yourself, you will become more able to judge which jobs will bring you satisfaction.

         
    The power of an online resume

     

    : I just finished posting what has to be my 150th online resume for yet another happy customer. As a manager of a site for corporate flight attendants, I know that there are several things that are extremely important to consider when crafting an online resume no matter where or how it is listed. Please continue to read on as I share some valuable pointers with you. Granted, not everyone wants or should have their resume posted online for all the world to see. However, if you are seeking a very public position – and I don’t know too many more jobs that are much more public than that of a flight attendant – then having some information about you online is not only smart, but critical to your finding work. Name and Contact Information – You must include your first and last name and at least an email address for contact purposes. Never include your home address and if you decide to share your phone number think long and hard about that too. A cell phone is better for anonymity purposes as a home phone number could reveal to someone where you live. Who wants to deal with that sort of hassle? Better yet, a real creep could end up stalking you! Job Information – No, you don’t have to name the companies who employed you or even the specific dates. General information is helpful; you can always indicate somewhere on your resume that additional information will be forwarded to prospective employers upon request. Education/Training – Let them know if you are current with all of your training, who trained you, certificates awarded, etc. References – Never list another person’s name online!

    Even on hard copies of your resume, references should be left off and submitted separately upon request. A Picture – Hey, if you are beautiful or handsome, why not list your picture? In Europe, including one head shot and one full body shot with your resume is a generally accepted practice. Not so in the US, but it can be useful to do. Have the webmaster crop your picture if needed and put in place as a thumbnail. When people click on your thumbnail, your full sized picture will appear.

    Beautiful CSS – What makes any resume rock, besides the content and the picture, is the way it looks. Have your web person create your resume using corporate style sheets for the best looking and most highly professional copy possible. Make sure that the colors don’t overpower the content.

    Black or navy font is acceptable; Arial, Trebuchet, and Verdana type faces are best. Sure, no resume can guarantee that you will get a job or even secure an interview for you. At the very least, an online resume is your own marketing campaign to sell your name to as many people as possible. Name repetition in the form of your resume and picture speaks volumes and opens more doors than you can possibly imagine.

         
    The power of the spoken word

     

    The pen is mightier than the sword, says an adage. But most people do not know that when written words become spoken words, they explode like firecrackers! If books speak volumes, speeches fire up entire lives. There are three kinds of words: the written, the meditated, and the spoken. Written words inform and give full spectrum of probabilities about a topic or event. Meditated words have the potential to bring out explosive ideas. But when both the written and meditated words are verbalized, the result is tremendous, to say the least. Spoken words are fired from the barrel of a gun (the mouth), through a triggering mechanism (our tongue). When used effectively, words are like bullets that hit targets accurately and leave an indelible mark. Speaking is a very unique technique of conveying messages. It involves body and soul. It can create a visual drama with live emotions and gestures that put life into the message like no written or meditated messages can achieve. In speaking, you really become the message rather than the words you speak. Thus, entire multitudes can go berserk in public with a moving speech. It pays to learn how to speak with fire or have a flowery tongue. The power of the spoken word is insurmountable. Entire nations have been either united or divided by one dominant leader who spoke winningly of a cause. Abe Lincoln spoke and persuaded divided Americans to unite, and this was before modern sound systems and media were used. Vladimir Lenin, on the other hand, spoke with fire to sway Russian peasants and workers to bolt away from Czar Rule, and even called on the Proletariat or working class of other nations to a similar action. You can also wield this powerful tool of speaking very credibly to an individual or crowd by just learning and practicing the chief points of public speaking. You may be amazed that steps to potent public speaking skills are very simple and easy, yet practicing them is crucial. Delivering the spoken word with power is a science and an art that requires diligence. Power is gained through mastery. Powerful leaders since ancient civilizations have mastered the ways of the spoken word handed down to them by their forerunners. And if you desire to attain the power of the spoken word, you have to persistently practice your skills in public speaking.

         
    The practice of the therapy profession

     

    Therapy is a profession that has increased in the awareness of the general population as we've become a culture more focused on self-care and taking care of our body, mind, and soul more consistently. There are many professions that fall under the title of therapy. The most common is that of psychotherapy which encompasses grief therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, cognitive therapy, and family therapy. Individuals who offer services in these types of therapy typically are Counselors, Social Workers, or Psychologists with graduate degrees. The primary focus is on helping individuals, couples, and groups improve their quality of life through gain a better understanding of their emotional and mental health. Typically, clients visit with these professionals on a weekly basis and may meet for a short-term to resolve the immediate need or over a longer period of time to get to deeper issues limiting someone's enjoyment of life. Play therapy is a variant of psychotherapy that focuses on working with children or those with emotional trauma. Through the use of play techniques, the therapist aims to help in resolving whatever issue may be keeping the person stuck. Techniques here include acting, drawing, thought-provoking games, taking pictures, storytelling, and combining different elements like stories and drawing. The intent is to use these methods as a metaphor for assisting the child in discovering a truth or understanding about themselves. Massage therapy and physical therapy are other professions more focused on the physical health of those who are seeking proactive or reparative health, respectively. Massage therapy is usually performed on a weekly basis - or occasionally if in a resort, salon, or spa area. Physical therapy is a restorative healing profession, typically affiliated with a hospital or outpatient clinic. Increased movement, mobility, or a decrease in pain are the typical objectives of someone seeking physical therapy. Through the use of various forms of therapy, individuals can increase their quality of life emotional, mentally, and physically.

         
    The problem with monster jobs

     

    : As everyone knows Monster is the leader in job marketing. They provide an avenue for millions to post and read resumes. However there is a problem with these huge job searching companies. That is that when you are looking for a job in a specific area the first 10 or so jobs listed are national job listings. They have no relevance to you and waste your time being there. Why should we be subjected to viewing these? There is no reason.I recently have moved to West Virginia and started a career here. I have found an excellent job and love the area. I tried Monster first, because honestly who doesn't put their resume on Monster when they need to find a job. My resume was on there about 2 months and I had found nothing even close to a "good" job. I decided I would need to look at a more localized job search engine. I decided to pick a few states I wouldn't mind moving to and decided to check out there State Chamber of Commerce sites. Usually this was a good place to start, however sometimes the sites were not very impressive. I finally looked at the WV Chamber of Commerce page. After a few click throughs I stumbled upon a site developed in WV. It wasn't flashy but it did provide a ton of information. The site was called VCLink. It had job postings, opportunities, and even a place to upload my resume. My resume was on for a week when I received a call from my current employer trying to schedule an interview with me. One Week! Just for kicks I left my resume on Monster. It have had my job for 6 months, so tack that on the initial 2 months and after 8 months I had received one decent job possibility. That is the problem, Monster is too big to handle specified job searching. Sure they can help someone looking for "some job somewhere," but not someone who knows what they want and where they want it. So if you know what you want try and find a small localized company to assist you in your job hunt.

         
     
         
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