Expect at Lifeguard Training

Lifeguard prospects will cultivate many techniques throughout their lifeguard training. These abilities involve rescue methods, advanced or standard emergency treatment response, cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills, and other methods relative to their lifeguard environment. In addition to these techniques, lifeguards will be taught the drowning line.

The drowning cycle is defined as:

Failure to Cope, Lack of Education, Lack of Protection, Insufficient Safety Advice, Insufficient Supervision.

Inability to cope: Commonly, the typical member of the public will have limited beach and ocean experience. Because of this, the typical member of the public is extremely disposed to aquatic dangers that include rip currents and drownings. When in an aquatic hazard such as a rip current, an untrained individual will most likely panic and as a result be powerless to manage in this environment.

Insufficient of education: Untrained swimmers are the most typically rescued people in marine settings. As a way to remain safe

Read the rest

Revolution of Online Web Recruitment

Online web recruitment, at a first glance, might seem like a good thing. Through Internet, you can contact a recruiter from any part of the world and increase your options for job hunting. If you are planning on moving to another city or another country, you might like to establish prior contact with some job agencies or recruiters in that region. There is also the possibility of working abroad, moving because a position is available in another part of the world. However, this internationalization of the workforce has some minor disadvantages. Just as someone can contact a recruiter from any part of the world, a recruiter can hire an applicant from foreign cities or countries. In other words, while our options have increased, our opportunities of getting hired have stayed more or less the same. This is because we are now competing worldwide for a job. Internet has increased wildly

Read the rest

Career in Computer Programming

One of the first things that you’re going to need to consider is the type of education that you are getting when you want to become a computer programmer. There are many specialized colleges that will help you to get the education that you need. You can also take the courses that you need at a major university and at times, you may even be able to use your local community college. Simply log on to the Internet and do a college search by major in order to see what is available that will work well for you and your particular circumstances.

You should also consider the type of programming that you are doing. There are many common types of computer programming, such as Java and C++. There are also some computer platforms that are available which are more specialized. For example, you can learn how to program for the

Read the rest

Earn Higher CNA Salary

A Nursing assistant can earn a salary of $14,000 to 40,000 & above, and per hour wage of $10 to $17. The variation in salaries can be attributed to various factors such as job locations, cost of livings (rural and urban areas, and cities and metros), education (additional healthcare field certificates and degrees), work duration (full-time, or part-time), work shifts (day, evening, nights, weekend or holidays), nursing shortages, competition and numbers of hospitals and clinics.

The salary offered also varies in different health care settings. For example, in the hospital and its intensive care units, surgery and emergency rooms, they are paid higher salaries than these, employed in OPD, medical distribution rooms, front desk, or other medical care departments where routine cares are offered to patients. In the same way, a travel nurse aide receives higher pay than a home health aide or a private duty CNA. Nursing homes aides … Read the rest

Socially Conscious Chef

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, restaurants, caterers, fast food establishments and other food service businesses throw away 86 billion pounds of food each year. In a world with an expanding population and diminishing resources, this level of waste is concerning. This reckless use of the Earth’s resources not only lessens the amount of food available to the hungry, it takes a needless toll on the environment. The energy expended to produce food, from the farm to the shipping to the refrigeration and preparation, most of which comes from carbon-emitting fossil fuels, contributes to global warming and the devastating consequences of rapid climate change. It will require a conscious effort by those in the food-service industry, particularly those in management positions, to reverse this alarming statistic.

Modern industrial farms, through the use of artificial fertilizers and hybrid species, have greatly increased the amount of food that can be produced

Read the rest

Find Estimating Jobs

An estimator will calculate and prepare tender submission for employers. They can also work out what a contract will cost to deliver while ensuring it returns a profit. Estimators set up the likely progress and completion rates with allowances for bad weather and other circumstances. Having an estimator is a core process in construction projects.

There is no shortage of estimator jobs available on the market. Most companies want estimators to project and control construction costs by collecting and studying information to control construction costs. There are certain qualities that most construction companies look for in estimators.

An estimator should prepare work by gathering information and requirements to set priorities. They should create a construction budget by studying building plans, update specification, and identify and project costs for each elevation. Any offers to buy by costing changes, additions, and sight requirements is evaluated by an estimator.

An estimator will get

Read the rest

Technology Is Changing Job Market

Indeed has been ranked the top site for job seekers, about 62% of online traffic, since many individuals Google jobs and the Indeed website comes up highest for most job searches on Google. Career Builder comes in as a close second for activity. About 30% of Career Builder and Indeed use comes from a mobile app. Many individuals rather have access through their mobile phone rather than on a computer, especially when they’re on the go or at work. It makes sense, though. Why sit in front of a computer searching for jobs when you can search on your phone while on break, or even in the bathroom?

However, about 40% of mobile job seekers will abandon the app if the process is too lengthy or if they can’t apply directly from their phones or email their resume directly to the hiring manager. If the company requires an applicant to

Read the rest

Purpose Of A Resume

The purpose of a resume is to demonstrate your assets in writing to an employer, like providing a sample of your written communication skills. This means your resume should indicate your language skills without any grammar errors or typos.

An exceptional and outstanding resume is one which has all the important details listed as per the job position you are applying for.

But before writing a resume, it is necessary to know, what should be written in a resume to make it distinct from other applicants?

Here are a few things highlighted to help you in writing a resume-:

  • Your Resume is an “impression” of you with the intent of emphasizing interests. Write about your qualifications as it can establish your credibility.
  • Write about your achievements and personal qualities.
  • Write in chronological order about your employment, volunteer work or extra-curricular activities.
  • Writing short sentences and it should be very precise.
Read the rest

Job Search Homerun

Once home, Matt spent a month pushing out resumes and cover letters-as many as 25 per week. But after applying for ~200 jobs, he didn’t have much to show for his efforts. The job market had changed a lot since he left college, so he decided to dig a bit more into the science of it before firing off any more resumes. In the process, he concluded that what was missing was the essence of Matt-his personal brand. Matt needed something more targeted and creative to advance his search and with that he:

  • Formed networks of well-connected colleagues & sent them weekly updates via email on his job search, inviting advice or recommendations;
  • Redesigned his resume to feature skills first and work experience second;
  • Updated all of his social media sites, actively seeking new connections;
  • Created a website complete with skill pages, press clips and a downloadable resume;
  • Wrote a
Read the rest

Unthankful Employee Syndrome

If such a list existed would left-leaning folks cry foul claiming it was employment discrimination? I bet they might try to prove that in a court of law to get some case law onto the books for future lawsuits, but ask yourself this; isn’t it fair that employee hires tell an employer that even if them, they might walk off the job in a huff for virtually any reason sometime in the future leaving customers high and dry and threatening the company’s brand name? Let’s talk shall we?

You see, there was a troubling article on MSNBC Money online news recently titled; “Mass resignation at Journeys reflects mall troubles – Employees at a store in New York quit at the same time and call out their manager online. That’s a particularly tough loss when malls are dying and employing fewer young workers than ever,” by Jason Notte which was published … Read the rest