The Hunt is On: Millennials and the Online Job Search If you are about to graduate or have recently graduated, then you’re probably looking for a job to start your career. Chances are that your family has been trying to give you advice on how to get a job, and while they mean well, job hunting today isn’t anything like it used to be before computers became so big. Everyone always tells you to “put yourself out there” and “make sure you show them you want it by calling to check your resume,” but
ONET is an online occupational database tool developed for the U.S. department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development. The database is filled with occupational information on the skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities, and interests related to different occupations. The site provides educational requirements, local and national salary information, and a link to job openings for each occupational category. The database is free for public use and regularly updated by surveying
and assisting with career planning. In this proposal I will be summarizing the development for proposing assessment tools for student within the High School (Age 12-18 years old). Within the proposal I will be speaking towards the potential behavior/language concerns and how the budget would reflect each student. Other considerations within the proposal will be discussing scheduling, staffing and requirements for chosen assessment tools with a key focus on each assessment tool and their specific
1.0 Executive Summary In 2000, Monster.com is already a successful career-building business. They are at the top of the online job-recruitment industry. Now that they have created a successful company, they need to be able to sustain their success. CEO Jeff Taylor is interested in what the next 5 years will look like for Monster.com. He wants the company to continue to grow and innovate. Just because the company is #1 today, doesn’t mean they will be able to sustain that status. In order for
survey indicates that most companies today have a Web site and need the skills of developers. Legal issues for developers and employers are introduced. The steps needed to follow a career choice in Web development are outlined. Recommendations and educational needs are discussed. For high school students, this career focuses on aspects of the Web development industry from programming to graphics.
a wide range of resources to support the implementation of college and career ready standards. This tool helps teachers and parents determine if their student or child is acquiring the skills and knowledge needed to move to the next grade level and assesses students to ensure they are on track to graduate, ready for college and careers. There are four main sections of the website that include the library, instructional tools, assessment, professional learning with different functions and resources
Career Development is an important phase of one’s life, as it focuses employment opportunities as well as educational training (Niles & Bowlsbey, 2013). This process allows people to create a work identity. Career development is influenced by life choices and human development. There are many resources available to assist individuals in deciding a career path. For example, a resource library can be a helpful tool consist of a comprehensive directory of information about books, employment information
A limitation of this project stems from the limited study on this subject. The internet is a relatively new mission field and the internet presents unique challenges with limited case studies to evaluate. As a result, this evangelistic tool is confronted with much reluctance and concern. First, some argue that evangelism should be a face to face encounter and not from the internet. Inviting folks into this new dimension of ministry is very challenging. Additionally, because the Silent Generation