Career Advice

How to Break Into the Field of Nursing

One Nice Job 11 January , 2021

You might be interested in breaking into the field of nursing because you're compassionate and helpful. It's unbelievably possible these days. The nursing industry is always looking for new people, and it doesn't matter what your age is. Opportunities are always there. Here's how you can break into the nursing field if you truly desire it.

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What to Wear For a Zoom Job interview?

One Nice Job 9 November , 2020

In many ways, a Zoom job interview is easier than an in-person interview. You don't have to worry about trying to fight traffic in order to arrive on time and you don't have to worry about trying to find the right building. But one thing hasn’t changed with Zoom interviews; you still have to worry about wearing the right outfit.

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Can You Actually Make Money Blogging?

One Nice Job 10 November , 2020

Does professional blogging seem like a mysterious career pursuit for you? Do you read bloggers or watch social media influencers and think, "I know they are making money, but how? What is the secret?" The truth is you can make money blogging, but it is a little mysterious too. Keep reading to learn about how professional bloggers make their money and to find out if this is right for you.

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Tapping Into the Seasonal Job Market - What You Need to Know

One Nice Job 12 October , 2020

Seasonal work can be a great way to make cash and get your foot in the door with companies that can otherwise be difficult to hire on with. If you are considering seasonal work, here are a few things you should keep in mind during your job search.

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How to Move From Non-Essential to Essential in 3 Easy Steps

One Nice Job 15 September , 2020

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has brought many concerns to the forefront of our thoughts. For many, those thoughts revolve around employment and what is now deemed "essential" employees. Essential employees were workers who were not sent home or let go from their jobs in the midst of the health emergency of 2020. These individuals enjoyed stable employment and income while many others were sent into the unemployment ranks.

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