How do you compete and land the job with 500 qualified applicants who want the job as well?
Let’s start with looking at all the ways you find a job. There are 16 job hunting methods and they are as follows:
1. Mailing out resumes
2. Answering local “want ads”
3. Going to the state and Federal unemployment service
Shame, despair, and powerless are a few of the emotions that victims of rape and sexual assault may experience. These same emotions often interfere with their ability to decide to prosecute their perpetrator. There are also many thoughts such as, “We were drinking. He couldn’t help it. Maybe my outfit led him on.” The list
Orlando Counselor on Drug and Alcohol Prevention Success Evident in Florida Youth
The “war against drugs” in the schools is succeeding! The 2008 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey reported that every area of substance abuse declined from 2000-2008, with the exception of marijuana use and prescription drug abuse. Binge drinking (5 or more drinks in a
Whether someone has lost a loved one, has a house in foreclosure, or gone through a divorce, Christmas is an especially difficult time of year. Loss, death, separation, and divorce issues seem especially painful during the holiday season. At a time when people focus on their family and relatives, it accentuates the depth of many
Orlando Teen Counselor on 4 Warning Signs of an Abusive Teen Relationship
Having a teen dating in today’s world is quite a challenge! Because so many teens are accepting some level of abuse as “normal” in relationships, knowing the warning signs of a potentially abusive relationship become critical.
1. Relationship becomes very serious quickly
This is probably what