Sometimes getting a job in graphic design or web design might feel like a catch-22. To get a job, you need experience. But to get experience, you need a job. How can you break in if you’ve never had a job in web design before? With the right educational background, it’s totally doable.
Do you daydream about being one of your favorite entrepreneurs? Perhaps you have dozens of cool ideas for a startup bouncing around in your head, and you want more than anything to start your own business.
Are you interested in a rewarding, satisfying healthcare career? Whether you are in direct contact with patients or behind the scenes in healthcare administration, a healthcare career could make you happy. You’ll be able to help people, enjoy expanded career horizons and greater job satisfaction, and put your skills to use in a fast-growing field.
When Kelly Rippey heard a radio commercial for CollegeAmerica’s medical assistant program, she was working for minimum wage in customer service. “I really enjoyed working with people,” Kelly recalls, “but I just knew this wasn’t where I wanted to be.” At that time, she had three children under age ten.
You can learn a lot about a career just by figuring out what magazines the professionals are reading. In the case of graphic design magazines—whether you read them in print, on a tablet, or on the web—you can find out everything you need to know about the latest trends in graphic design, new and exciting tools, and even graphic design jobs you might be interested in. Here are 7 top magazines for aspiring graphic designers.
We’ve all been in the position where we just feel plain unsatisfied with our jobs. Maybe it’s because our skillset is being underutilized or because of occupational burnout or simply because we know there’s something better out there.
Although Suzanne Edmonds has taught anatomy and physiology and medical terminology for the Flagstaff campus of CollegeAmerica since 2005, her accomplishments extend far beyond the classroom. Thankfully, others are willing to brag about her accomplishments more than she is, or we wouldn’t have learned more.
Real business skills could raise you from tatter tot cafeteria food to Cristal champagne. Who needs to run for class president when you could be running for CEO at a successful company? Whether you get your start by marketing comedy movies or by developing business plans for time machine companies, there’s room for advancement and growth in business.