Posts Tagged“careers”

If you’re looking at the welfare sector as an employer, then you have a lot of options. It needs a veritable army of people to keep the welfare state running, not just NHS doctors and nurses, but social workers, prison wardens, probation officers, and then another army of HR staff, administrators, managers and procurement specialist to ensure it has the supplies and structure it needs to keep turning. Working in the welfare sector means security: whether you’re a doctor or a back-office worker, you’re vital to the running of the country. It’s true that junior doctors’ contracts and nurses’ pay…

As technology continues to evolve, more and more tasks are being automated across the globe. Projects that used to need a human touch are now completely managed by machines, eliminating the need for people to be involved at all. This is especially apparent in the workplace, where many jobs are quickly being slashed in favor of electronic assistance. Here are just a few of the jobs that might be on the chopping block in the near future. Truck Driver Since scientists haven’t even been able to control self-driving cars yet, it might seem unlikely that there will ever be a…

Engineers have jobs that are both demanding and rewarding. They must put in long hours that require intense concentration and be prepared to redo things many times before they are accepted by their superiors. They also get to work with all sorts of cool stuff and people ranging from architects, to designers to developers of all sorts of residential and commercial building projects. To get a job in this specialized field you need a specific set of skills and qualities that define the career. Not everyone has them but those like Reddy Kancharla who do, and pursue this field find…

New Jersey is one of the most recognized states for education in a scientific field, and particularly sonography. Jay Eitner is keen to encourage more people to become interested in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) disciplines, so he wants to put a spotlight on New Jersey and why it is such a great place to study. There are many different scientific subjects, but sonography is one that he is particularly interested in. Jay Eitner Looks at Different Sonography Degrees There are many different sonography programs in New Jersey, including: The medical sonography associate’s degree. The AAS (associate of applied…