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Career Videos

Want To Be An Economist?

Want To Be An Economist? If you’re wondering “should I be an economist,” you’d better like math and puzzles and excel at both! In fact, today’s guest says that if you enjoy solving puzzles like Sudoku, careers in economics might be for you! It doesn’t matter whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert because economists […]

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Retail Buying Careers – Mixing Business with Creative

Retail Buying Careers Want to be the person who gets to select what merchandise a company should sell? Retail buyers get to do that! Retail buyers analyze data and make decisions on what merchandise to sell as well as what quantities to order and re-order. Merchandise buying requires a well-rounded person who can be creative […]

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Bioengineering Careers – Becoming a Biomedical Engineer

Becoming a Biomedical Engineer Biomedical engineering is a cutting-edge career path that applies engineering principles to medicine, the human body and the way that biology works to create life. Bioengineering careers are “inspirational” according to today’s guest, because “you can really feel like you’re making a difference in the world.” As a young biomedical engineer […]

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Being A Paramedic – Life As a Superhero On Wheels

Being A Paramedic If you’re wondering “should I be a paramedic,” you should make sure that you like science, have problem-solving skills, leadership skills, and can be flexible enough to deal with the swings that will have you alternating between the need to handle stressful situations and tedious calm within each work day. In today’s […]

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Job Interviewing Tips – Focus On What You Bring to the Table

Job interviewing tips are kind of like maps: they may not be fun to read but they help you get where you want to get and they’re good to review until you know how to get where you’re going! I made the video below to help you focus on what you bring to the table […]

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101 Secrets For Your Twenties – Book Review

101 Secrets For Your Twenties is the great new book by Paul Angone. You may remember Paul from when he talked to us about college recruiter jobs. When I first met Paul two summers ago at an event for Jenny Blake in Los Angeles, he talked about his dream of writing a book that effectively […]

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Book Review: The Mackay MBA of Selling In the Real World by Harvey Mackay

Harvey Mackay’s latest book, The Mackay MBA of Selling In the Real World, was just released today. As you’ll see in my video review below, I think you guys can benefit from this book as Harvey offers time-tested, street smart psychological advice for dealing with the day-to-day negotiating and persuading that we all do as […]

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Being A Carpenter: Video with Gary Katz of This is Carpentry

Careers In Carpentry Careers in carpentry are explored in today’s episode about being a carpenter. Our guest is veteran carpenter Gary Katz, a finish carpentry specialist, teacher to carpenters across America via the Katz Road Show and publisher of This Is Carpentry. Gary answers questions like what does a carpenter do, and tells us about […]

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Writing Non-Fiction Books with Author & Terror Expert Ken Ballen

Writing Non-Fiction Books Terrorism expert Ken Ballen says that his successful new book of non-fiction, Terrorists in Love: The Real Lives of Islamic Radicals, kind of wrote itself. By interviewing over 100 extremist leaders and suicide bombers, Ken learned what no amount of torture or imprisonment could ever tell us: what lay within their hearts. […]

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College Recruiter Jobs with Paul Angone of All Groan Up

College Recruiting Jobs College recruiting jobs can be a great way to spend your 20s, according to today’s guest, college recruiter Paul Angone. Paul tells us that college recruiter jobs are a fun way to stay involved with your school while developing a wide variety of skills in your early adult years. SNEAK PEEK   […]

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