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Jobs With No Degree

jobs with no degree

    degree

  • A unit of measurement of angles, one three-hundred-and-sixtieth of the circumference of a circle
  • a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process; “a remarkable degree of frankness”; “at what stage are the social sciences?”
  • The amount, level, or extent to which something happens or is present
  • a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality; “a moderate grade of intelligence”; “a high level of care is required”; “it is all a matter of degree”
  • A stage in a scale or series, in particular
  • academic degree: an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study; “he earned his degree at Princeton summa cum laude”

    jobs

  • (job) profit privately from public office and official business
  • (job) a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee; “estimates of the city’s loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars”; “the job of repairing the engine took several hours”; “the endless task of classifying the samples”; “the farmer’s morning chores”
  • (job) occupation: the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money; “he’s not in my line of business”
  • Steven (Paul) (1955–), US computer entrepreneur. He set up the Apple computer company in 1976 with Steve Wozniak and served as chairman until 1985, returning in 1997 as CEO. He is also the former CEO of the Pixar animation studio

jobs with no degree – How To

How To Land Job: No College Degree Needed, "50 Question/Answer Workshop"
How To Land Job: No College Degree Needed, "50 Question/Answer Workshop"
With the high unemployment rate and more jobs going overseas it is becoming much harder to gain employment. It’s now become what we call “the great recession.”

However, this book/workshop will heighten your chances of getting that next job. These questions central in on:
1. Who you are,
2. What skills you have, and
3. How you can use those skills in helping the potential employer.

This 134 page book/workshop is geared to 50 potential questiosn you may be faced during an interview. Here is an example of how this booklet/workshop is set up. (with space for your own persanal answer)

Example Question:

What are your goals?

Key things you should point out:
1. Make sure you refer to the position you are applying for.
2. Share that you want to continue learning, enhance your responsibilities, and ready and willing to contribute to the company to make a difference.

Example:
I see myself as a top performing employee in a well-established organization, like this one. I plan on enhancing my skills and continuing my involvement in (related) professional associations.
Your Answer:
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________

Some examples of the “50 Questions”:
1. Why should I hire you?
2. What are your goals?
3. What are you weaknesses?
5. Why do you want to work here?
7. What can you do for us that other candidates can’t?
9. If you were an animal, which one would you want to be?
11. Tell me about yourself?
12. What are you strengths?
13. Tell me about a time where you had to deal with conflict on the job?
15. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
16. Describe a major goal you’ve set for yourself recently?
17. What’s the last book you read?
20. How would you describe your work style?
21. What is your greatest fear?
22. Give me an example of a time that you felt you went above and beyond the call of duty at work?
23. What is the greatest achievement to date?
26. What type of decisions you have difficulty making?
27. What is your greatest failure?
28. What are the major reasons for your success?
31. Tell me something about yourself I didn’t know from reading year resume?
35. Would your current boss describe you as the kind of employee who goes the extra mile?
36. Tell me about a time you didn’t perform to your capabilities?
37. How do you manage stress in your daily work?
40. Tell me a time when you had to deal with an irate customer. How did you handle the situation?
41. Give me proof of your persuasiveness?
43. How will you complement this department?
46. What would you do if I told you that I thought you were given a very poor interview today?
47. Time management is a necessary factor in productivity. Give me an example of a time-management skill you’ve learned and applied at work?

Other Great Quick Topic Information in Book:

When Job Hunting: Dress for Success
Asking Great Questions = Great Impressions In a Job Interview
Get Over Interview Jitters
10 Tips to Boost Your Interview Skills
Nonverbal Communication: Escape the Pitfalls
Job Interview Tips
Last-Minute Interview Prep
Mastering the Phone Interview
Interview Checklist
Resume Critique Checklist
Help In Updating Your Job Skills
Your Resume Look Is As Important as It’s Content
Job Termination: How to Proceed
Must Have Job Objective
Resume Blunders
Self-Assessment Leads to Successful and Happy Career Change
Ways to Say “I’m Unprofessional”
Follow the Interview With a Thank You Note
A Follow-Up Call Wins the Interview
Rejection Follow-up Letter
Why Federal Job Searches are a bit Different
Job Hunting for Introverts
Keep Your e-Image Clean

With the high unemployment rate and more jobs going overseas it is becoming much harder to gain employment. It’s now become what we call “the great recession.”

However, this book/workshop will heighten your chances of getting that next job. These questions central in on:
1. Who you are,
2. What skills you have, and
3. How you can use those skills in helping the potential employer.

This 134 page book/workshop is geared to 50 potential questiosn you may be faced during an interview. Here is an example of how this booklet/workshop is set up. (with space for your own persanal answer)

Example Question:

What are your goals?

Key things you should point out:
1. Make sure you refer to the position you are applying for.
2. Share that you want to continue learning, enhance your responsibilities, and ready and willing to contribute to the company to make a difference.

Example:
I see myself as a top performing employee in a well-established organization, like this one. I plan on enhancing my skills and continuing my involvement in (related) professional associations.
Your Answer:
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________

Some examples of the “50 Questions”:
1. Why should I hire you?
2. What are your goals?
3. What are you weaknesses?
5. Why do you want to work here?
7. What can you do for us that other candidates can’t?
9. If you were an animal, which one would you want to be?
11. Tell me about yourself?
12. What are you strengths?
13. Tell me about a time where you had to deal with conflict on the job?
15. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
16. Describe a major goal you’ve set for yourself recently?
17. What’s the last book you read?
20. How would you describe your work style?
21. What is your greatest fear?
22. Give me an example of a time that you felt you went above and beyond the call of duty at work?
23. What is the greatest achievement to date?
26. What type of decisions you have difficulty making?
27. What is your greatest failure?
28. What are the major reasons for your success?
31. Tell me something about yourself I didn’t know from reading year resume?
35. Would your current boss describe you as the kind of employee who goes the extra mile?
36. Tell me about a time you didn’t perform to your capabilities?
37. How do you manage stress in your daily work?
40. Tell me a time when you had to deal with an irate customer. How did you handle the situation?
41. Give me proof of your persuasiveness?
43. How will you complement this department?
46. What would you do if I told you that I thought you were given a very poor interview today?
47. Time management is a necessary factor in productivity. Give me an example of a time-management skill you’ve learned and applied at work?

Other Great Quick Topic Information in Book:

When Job Hunting: Dress for Success
Asking Great Questions = Great Impressions In a Job Interview
Get Over Interview Jitters
10 Tips to Boost Your Interview Skills
Nonverbal Communication: Escape the Pitfalls
Job Interview Tips
Last-Minute Interview Prep
Mastering the Phone Interview
Interview Checklist
Resume Critique Checklist
Help In Updating Your Job Skills
Your Resume Look Is As Important as It’s Content
Job Termination: How to Proceed
Must Have Job Objective
Resume Blunders
Self-Assessment Leads to Successful and Happy Career Change
Ways to Say “I’m Unprofessional”
Follow the Interview With a Thank You Note
A Follow-Up Call Wins the Interview
Rejection Follow-up Letter
Why Federal Job Searches are a bit Different
Job Hunting for Introverts
Keep Your e-Image Clean

no shame wednesday – beware

no shame wednesday - beware
or perhaps i am shaming myself into following through with my diet. the last few weeks have been quite social, which has wreaked havoc on my diet. i went down 6 pounds, but went right back up again in no time. considering i’ve packed on a total of 10-15 pounds in the last 6 months (when i had 15 to lose already), i’m getting quite sick of not being the size i’ve been most of my life.

three years ago last month, my lengthy plan of leaving my ex was executed. this was a very difficult thing for me to do, as i was completely dependent on this person financially. i had no car. i had no bank account. we didn’t even have a joint account (he was very protective of his money, so every time i went to the grocery store for OUR food with HIS card, i was afraid that they would reject it and send me home with only a hungry infant in my arms). i spent 16 hours a day at home alone, too far away to make the playdates all of my friends were planning, and when i complained to my ex about needing to get out of the house, he would offer me the car for a couple of hours as long as i picked up his drycleaning while i was out. needless to say, he and i were simply roommates by that time, living in different rooms.

i felt guilty for not wanting to be a stay at home mother, even though i truly loved my son. i was aware that this was a luxury most mothers could not afford, to have never-ending time with their little ones, being present for each and every "first." and honestly, i wouldn’t take those 3.5 years back for anything. however, at the time, i wanted to feel like an adult, to have adult conversations, and to not feel like a machine only working for the needs of others. i felt like a shell of my former independent self.

i spent an entire year sending out resumes, only to find that no one would hire me without a degree (even if it wasn’t relevant to the position, they wanted to see one). i knew that to live the life i wanted, i would have to return to school. my ex claimed to be very supportive of this, but whenever i came up with a plan to make it happen, he would shoot it down immediately, explaining why it would never work out logistically or financially. and so i made the decision to do it on my own.

i don’t mean to paint such a horrible picture of liam’s dad, because now we are incredibly good friends. i enjoy spending time with him and i get along wonderfully with his family. when we spend the holidays at his parent’s house, we seek each other out and joke, tease, and have fun with one another. his family thinks it’s bizarre how well we get along now, since we couldn’t make it work as a couple. he’s not a bad person, but he’s not the person that someone like myself can ever be in a relationship with and be happy. i need to feel like i have a voice, and want to believe that the person i am with is supportive of my dreams (as i would be of his) then we, together, could make it happen.

so, this is a rambling tangent about how i got to where i am today (a point is coming, i swear). just before i moved from atlanta to chattanooga, i was running regularly, and was a size smaller than i was in high school (which was small). but upon arriving in chattanooga, all of that changed. i was in an absolute panic. i was 30, a single mom with no job, going back to school after a 10 year absence, and living with my dad. it was a very humbling experience, and i swore to myself that this would be my rock bottom – that i would never allow myself to get into this position again. but because i’m a worrier, i questioned myself daily, wondering if i had made the biggest mistake of my (and liam’s) life. and so i went to the fridge for comfort. it wasn’t filled with the fresh fruits and veggies i had back in atlanta though, since i wasn’t the one buying the groceries, but Frozen and Fried Everything. yet that didn’t stop me. and so i went up a size within a few months. and then another. and all of the work i had put in to make myself feel physically better than i had ever felt in my life, was gone. and hasn’t returned since.

i’m now three years into making the life that i want for liam and myself, and now that i’m closer to not only achieving that goal, but even going beyond my original plans, i feel it’s time for me to take care of my body again. i want to have energy for liam – to do fun things after a full day of school, rather than plop down on the couch together. i want to live an active life again, running by his side, rather than watching from the bench.

so here’s a shot that does not necessarily please me and in one month, i will post another shot of my (hopefully) smaller posterior. i’ll bet you didn’t expect this much back story tied to a photo of my backside, hm?

day 17 of 365, day 1 of diet.

No more help.

No more help.
She stood at the top of the forty-story building. It was cold up there. Looking outwards, the city was an endless sea of gray. Dull gray. It seemed to mock the reflection of her life, which was messy, jumbled, and unorganized, anything other than dull. The city streets crossed each other at ninety degree angles and kept on straight paths until the end of the earth. Buildings hugged the clouds and were home to endless dreary windows framing the faces of the many mindless drones working in their going-nowhere jobs. The only color that emerged from the vast scene of ordinary was the yellow of the taxi cabs, stopped dead in traffic. Everywhere.

The wind whipped her hair in all directions. It came in big bursts, and the frigid force slapped her across the face. By this, her tears were shoved into her skin the second they poured from her eyes. Short, choppy breaths managed to escape her trembling lips. The tips of her fingers tingled with anxiety and her toes flirted with the edge. They started to barely peek over towards the ground, toward the plummet.

Her head slightly peered over her toes to see how far she’d fall. The pavement was an eternity away, and it was dizzying to see. It was even more difficult for her to fathom what it would finally be like. To fly, to escape, her chains would be broken and she would be free. It was absolutely terrifying.

Her entire being swayed with the atmosphere. Even the hairs on her arms stood up to join in. Every nerve in her tiny body seemed to dance to the music of fear. Yet she was ready. Her stomach continued to turn as she waited, just waited for the moment. She had done everything possible to prepare herself and all that was left was to wait for her final breath.

Her eyes glazed over and she began to stare blankly ahead of her at the dismal horizon. Slowly, the sharp buildings blurred into one another, and then into the sky itself. She eventually saw nothing beyond gray. Then the blue of her eyes completely disappeared beneath her eyelids. Her lashes kissed and refused to let go. Inhaling through her nose, she could smell the exhaust from the crowded street below. Her ears let in the standard city noises: car horns, kids yelling, couples fighting. The disasters of everyday life. It was a beautiful, chaotic soundtrack. The perfect commotion to have your life ended to.

Her toes started trickling farther away from the safety of the concrete. Her heels creeped slowly forward and her arches cuddled with the corner beneath them. Rising wind licked the souls of her feet and dared her to jump, dared her to join it. But she stood still, save her rocking body.

A quick pain nudged at her heart, willing her to just go. Following, she seemed to feel a jab at her back, forcing her to inch forward a tiny bit more. She was nearly to the point of toppling over by herself, with no effort needed. She was so close. She could taste the open skies, but she could also taste the pain at the bottom. There would be a moment of freedom, then the scream of strangers, the abrupt collision with the road, the destruction of her body. With her body would go her life and everything she had attempted to build up in it. Thinking back to her poorly decorated, lonely, single apartment, she realized she didn’t have that much to lose anyways.

Her neck had no desire to exempt any more effort, and her head fell backwards. Her chin pointed to the sky, as if its last attempt to cry out for anything greater. Anything to save her. There was no answer.

Her short, choppy breaths transformed into deeper, steadier ones. Her teeth opened for each one, and her lips fluttered as they swept by. She still shook with each intake. Her heart raced faster as her mind swallowed the fact that the time was getting nearer. She had no other options. Any minute now, the strength would be found and down she would go. Ironically, halfway off a skyscraper, living her last seconds of life, she personally had never felt stronger.

At this, she started to look comfortable. So it was then that I pushed her.

jobs with no degree

jobs with no degree

Great Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors (Great Jobs Series)
Answers the question What can I do with a major in . . . ? It isn’t always obvious what a college major can offer to the workplace. Great Jobs books help you explore the possibilities in your major and provide: Guidance on how to present a major as a workplace asset during an interview. A primer for new college grads on how to conduct a job search. Ways to use a college major in the real world.

Answers the question What can I do with a major in . . . ? It isn’t always obvious what a college major can offer to the workplace. Great Jobs books help you explore the possibilities in your major and provide: Guidance on how to present a major as a workplace asset during an interview. A primer for new college grads on how to conduct a job search. Ways to use a college major in the real world.

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