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Breaking Down Ohio’s Nurse Aide Competency Evaluation Test

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you interested in becoming a State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA)? A STNA, which takes direction primarily from either a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN), usually provides nursing-related services to persons in long-term care facilities.

Dining Etiquette 101: A Guide to Surviving a Business Lunch or Dinner

by Tim Brunicardi

Whether it's with a client, your boss, or a business recruiter, talking business outside the office can be both enjoyable and productive. One way of doing this is by talking business over lunch or dinner; however, with this business outing comes some dining etiquette one should always follow.

How Underemployment is Affecting the Job Market

by Tim Brunicardi

We all know what it means to be unemployed: seeking a job but unable to find one and/or be hired. However, what does it mean to be underemployed?

So You Just Graduated From College...Now What?

by Tim Brunicardi

When most students graduate from college, they already have a game plan in mind as to what they’re going to do next. Some might be ready to take on a temporary summer job or internship. Others could already have a new job in their field of expertise lined up. Meanwhile, other graduates might be making plans to continue their education.

How to Prepare for an Interview (and Land the Job)

by Tim Brunicardi

Before leaving college it is imperative that you know how to interview to put your best foot forward.

Below are some quick tips that will teach you how to prepare for your interview and knock it out of the park.

23 Reasons Why You Should Be On LinkedIn If You're Not Already

by Tim Brunicardi

If you’ve been searching for a social networking site that offers you the chance to reconnect with old friends and meet potential new employers, then LinkedIn might just be what you’re looking for.

Benefits of Taking a Gap Year After Graduation

by Tim Brunicardi

 

Taking a gap year -- basically a year-long break after graduating -- has become increasingly popular. For new college graduates in particular, taking a gap year means putting off getting that first post-college job in favor of traveling, interning, or just relaxing for a year. If you haven’t considered this option and want to determine if it’s right for you, here’s what you need to know about the problems and benefits of taking a gap year. 

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