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TONIGHT 9P- It's MONEY MONDAY and we are celebrating GRADUATES! Our focus will be all things MONEY along with random OFF THE CUFF items of discussion. From local to national to international news, we will travel around the world and back. The conversation could go in any direction. It will be an interesting show and we want to hear from you. Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network. Follow us on Twitter: @TMHymanRadio @MrTMHyman @MadamBoston @VeryHotChoc @SabeJames
On this show, I talk about job search basics for recent college graduates
Who says job hunting has to be so hard?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping people find work by recruiting, providing great information and coaching without any BS for more than 40 years.
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Visit www.TheBigGameHunter.us. There's a lot more advice there.
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Let’s face it, interviewing is an art that is less implicit than it is calculated. If you plan to interview, you had better be sure to understand with whom you will interview and what their culture and expectations are of the person they will hire for the job.
How are you going to do that?
Who knows what compels a hiring manager to hire when required to select from a pool of qualified applicants? There are many variables involved in that decision – Some you control and some you simply can’t. However, you can gain insight and strategies as you explore HireMinds.
In this book series, those hiring variables will be uncovered. It also ask the questions you would not dare ask of any potential employer with fears of losing out on an offer. Finally, it will give you insight on telecommuting, contracting and consulting options.
The author is Sonja Moffett, a former healthcare, engineering and technology recruiter and corporate communications professional – turned The ProChange Agent.
The HIRE MINDS: An Interview with the Toughest Interviewers
Verizon buys AOL. American Express hikes its dividend. And Shake Shack serves up surprising earnings. Our analysts discuss those stories and other business headlines. And Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner shares some advice for graduates and talks Apple, Tesla, and Star Wars. For more insights from David and his Supernova team, go to DiscoverSupernova.fool.com
When we talk about a person's knowledge, we must readily admit the limitations of the person. Even doctoral graduates are only certified in one specific area. However, when we speak of God, there is no limitation of his knowledge
Steven Rothberg is the president and founder of College Recruiter, which believes that every students and recent graduate deserves a great career. We believe in creating a great candidate and recruiter experience. Our interactive media solutions connect students and grads to great careers.
Steven grew up in Winnipeg, Canada and likes to say that he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota for the weather. He founded the company back in 1991 as a publisher of campus maps and employment magazines. By 2000, the business had morphed into the interactive, recruitment media company that it is today. In 2015, College Recruiter helped almost two million, one-, two-, and four-year college and university students and recent graduates find internships and entry-level jobs.
Angela Cody-Rouget and Christian S. Newton, both VWISE Graduates, talk Angela's business, MajorMom, and her experience on Shark Tank. Topics discussed include: VWISE, start-up strategy, franchising, and the Shark Tank experience.
Music with a Message with host Champale Parks
URIM7, a Jamaican gospel group from Kingston, Jamaica, declared Musical Ambassador of Caribbean American Heritage Month (CAHM) in June 2015 Washington D. C., as the First Gospel Band and the First Jamaican Band to be so named. This band is a unique team of singers and musicians, graduates of the Edna Manley School of Music, University of the West Indies (UWI) and University of Technology (UTECH) Jamaica. The band launched their debut album “The Assignment” in November of 2013. URIM7 has ministered all over the word and in addition to representing their island home, they have the distinct honor and pleasure of presenting music in a manner that brings joy, radiates light and with their distinct new sound. Tune in Thursday January 28, 2016 at 8:00pm to hear an exclusive interview URIM7.
It's the end of the year, parents! The crazy races to the tuxedo, dress, barber and beauty shops are over..our babies have just earned their pass into the Lobby of Hotel Real World...and they have already switched their tassel positions and threw their caps in the air. Now we are here to celebrate them on a deeper level. Graduates of the world...we salute you. African-American graduates of the world, we welcome you, we salute you, and now let's introduce you to the world as accountants, lawyers, doctors and teachers of the future. Your achivements and dedication is the state of our future.
Join us tonight at our special time--9:30 pm EST to salute these leaders. Call in at 347-327-9967.
Jessica Strohl, a Houstonian, 5 year army veteran, mom of 2, student, and Warrior Ambassador with Sportsmen for warriors. SFW was founded by a former Green Beret officer, Capt Ben Bateman and his wife Capt Cresta Bateman, both West Point graduates and combat veterans. Sportsmen for Warriors aims to enrich, educate and engage warriors, by getting them away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and pressing that reset button. We've had a lot of success with this, and hope to continue to put our efforts into making veterans the future of America's success.
Alisha Gordon. I am the youngest of 2 brothers. I grew up in Jacksonville Florida. I decided to join the Army in 2006, a year and a half after my brother did. I love the military on the fact l have been able to meet a lot of people from all over the country as well it has taken me all over the world. I am now in the Reserve. I am currently getting back in school changing major from nursing to a bachelor's in criminal justice in science with forensics. My currebt job of the last 2 years is a shipping supervisor for a printing company. I am the proud mother of a 2 year old special needs child named Mason Alexander. He is the reason I live.
Joined the Marine Corps in July 2008. First duty station I went to Okinawa Japan and deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. After deployment I went to NC Camp Lejeune…this is where it all begins…I got married and divorced. Everything in between….I may catch a few cases wink emoticon I’m now in Ketchikan Alaska, I’m a full time student and I work at Frist Bank as a loan specialist. Currently on team get my shit together. All the good good good will be on the call in…..so call in you filthy dirty minded humans
We appreciate those who fought to make this profession licensed in the United States and who set up the programs in Chinese medicine, making this a valid career path. However, since it's inception in the United States and the West, Chinese medicine has been ruled largely by academics, scholars, anthropologists, and historians. There has been, and continues to be, a paucity of true clinical experts teaching this medicine. This is largley due to the fact that the leaders in this field simply lack the large, consistent patient volume needed to become expert clinicians. Chinese medicine colleges and state organizations are increasingly focused on revenue, administrative in-fighting and clinically irrelevant adademic ponderings. Meanwhile, the quality of clinical education is declining. Graduates enter the real world of managing patients' many health concerns with largely ineffective skill sets, based on theories regurgitated by scholars, most completely lacking adequate pulse diagnosis skills and/or highly effective acupuncture methods. Luckily, there are American and Western Chinese medicine practitioners who are seeing 300-600 patient visits per week who are stepping forward to teach the real life, clinically proven, practical skills so badly needed to not only survive but thrive practicing this medicine. This is medicine, it has real-world consequences and is not a theoretical exercise, people are sick and they depend on us to get them better. The time has come to listen to those on the front lines, making this medicine work everyday.
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