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working with animals
For Jobseekers

So You Want to Work with Animals?

Jobseekers can find work with animals at every level of qualification, at any age and in many fields; you can freelance with animals or find full-time work; you can earn a bit of cash on the side or make wages to rival doctors.

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Career in Washington D.C.?
For Employers

Careers in the Capital: Employment Trends in the Washington D.C. Area

The Washington, D.C. metro area has more to offer than proximity to our national government. It is rated as the 19th best place to live in the nation, and the area offers amenities, entertainment and employment opportunities in spades. Better yet? The job market was the area’s highest-rated element in the survey.

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work with children
Education Jobs

So You Want to Work with Children?

Working with children is not for the meek of heart: whether you work as a teacher, school administrator, childcare worker, or even pediatrician, your choice to work with children with allow you to take up a seminal role in the lives and development of countless children. This comes with significant responsibility, and those who work with children must be ready to live up to the challenges.

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multigenerational workforce
For Employers

Preparing for a Multigenerational Workforce

Approaching the multigenerational workforce has been a hot topic for corporate management for the last few years, but what does the multigenerational model mean for workers? And what can you do as an employee to make the most out of the situation, and improve the culture for both yourself and the people (of all ages) around you?

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sustainability
For Employers

Go Green! Job Trends in Sustainability

With climate change and depleting resources dominating the news, sustainability is a growing focus that merits increasing attention across industries. The UN has determined 17 goals for sustainable transformation to be attained globally by 2030, and going green is only getting more trendy–and profitable.

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