Most self-employed people have been there–you finish a project and send it off to a client, so proud of your work. But the client doesn’t feel the same, and now you’ve got to play catch-up to get it to that client’s liking so you can get paid, and still possibly get referrals from him or her. Here are some tips on how to cope with a client who isn’t so crazed about your work.
You just left a wonderful interview for a job you would love to have and you are on cloud nine. As the days pass, your happiness starts to wane–and you wonder if you did make a good impression. At the end of the week, you still have not heard anything–and you wonder if they are still considering you. It is at these times when
The first modern digital computers were introduced in the early 1940s and then after some years, ‘hardware’ and ‘software’, the two different branches of computer science came into existence to deal with the complexity of computing. Programming languages were introduced in the 1950s, for instance, Fortran, ALGOL and Cobol were
Some things are just made to go in pairs. Salt and pepper, and a hot dog bun, a knife and fork are good examples of things that work best when paired. A resume and cover letter are two elements that work best when used together.
Certainly, a curriculum vitae have some effect when used without a cover letter, but a summary is more effective when it is accompanied by a letter, and even in an e-mail.
Education can provide opportunities for those who want to start a new career or change specialty within their current job. This section describes some of the major sources of education and training required to enter many professions.
For more information on specific training and training required for a profession, and what training is usually provided by an employer, see “Training and other securities, and the promotion of” appropriate statement manual.
Put your best foot forward at your new workplace by gauging the personalities of co-workers you met during interviews.
Suppose you learned during your interviews that the pharmacy director had insisted on receiving written justification before approving new hours for the pharmacist-run clinic. Your director is likely a “thinker”—a person who prefers to make decisions on the basis of logic and objective analysis.
Whether you are applying to a residency program or looking for a position as a pharmacist, your first step will probably be to prepare or update your curriculum vitae (CV). Although there is general agreement as to the basic structure of a CV, you will discover that there are many opinions about the best approach to content, format, and style. Clearly the key to an effective CV is that it be a reflection of you, highlighting your abilities, accomplishments, and personality in a concise, professional way.