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Have you been struggling to figure out what career path you should take that will be fulfilling and allow you to have a job that you’ll love to go to every day? Then perhaps you should consider getting an education that will lead you to a career in social work. Continue reading to learn just five reasons why this path might be perfect for you. 1. You Want to Make a Difference in Your Job Every Day If you see people in need and you want to help them, and you want to have a job that will allow you…

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) is a type of welding that was once known as Heliarc because it used gas. However, when it was uncovered that argon was more appropriate, it was renamed TIG because both helium and argon are inert gases. However, in today’s world, hydrogen has been added, which means it is no longer inert and hence shouldn’t be called TIG anymore. Rather, the official name is now GTAW. However, when people speak of stellite welding, they usually still say TIG. What Is TIG? Let’s learn the basics of TIG welding: TIG welding is similar to gas welding, as…

When you stop for a moment to think about it, your resume is as important a document in your life as you will ever have. With a winning resume, you open yourself up to myriad of job opportunities over the years, opportunities that can leave you with a career one day to look back on with much happiness and pride. On the other side of the coin, a resume that is average at best or worse can leave you with a lot of broken dreams, something that can haunt you many years from now. That said how can you position…

The landscape of healthcare is changing. From the way patients interact with their physicians to the websites dedicated to transparency on pricing of common procedures such as an MRI. The power has shifted to the patient where just ten years ago, the patient was at the mercy of their physician and the administration of the medical facility. With the shift in power, new jobs and excellent opportunities are continually opening up in the healthcare field. Today, hospitals and medical facility leaders are well-educated with high-level degrees such as an executive masters in health administration, but they are also excellent communicators.…

The political arena attracts all kinds of people. They’re drawn by the promise of power, excitement, and the chance to make a substantive difference in the world. But not everyone who wants to work in politics is cut out to be a politician. Fortunately, there are lots of political career paths that don’t involve getting up in front of the press’ cameras. Here are four jobs to consider if you want to want to know how to work in politics but don’t want to be the center of attention. Legislative Staff For every politician at the national and local level, there…