Aricle Archive, Executives Jobs Aricle
Employment Authority Need Help? Call 1-800-283-3860.
Already a Member? Sign In
Career Resources
Article Archives
34 archived articles
 1 2 3 4 

Investment Banking

The risks are high when you get into investment banking, but that's exactly how you want it to be. It takes a lot of commitment and work, but can be extremely financially rewarding. You can break the industry down into three main categories: Corporate finance, Sales and Trading, and Research Analysts. If you do things right, you have the potential to make a lot of money in a short amount of time. Be aware that this isn't as glamorous of an industry as some may make it out to be. Read on for some common myths about investment banking and what the truth is. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Investment Management

Investment management is a low-risk, high-reward industry, as managers are generally rewarded a percentage of the entire amount they handle. Especially in a failing economy, investment management can be a very smart field to get into. Investment managers are usually older and close to retirement, so this is not generally a job for younger people. One nice thing about this job is that success is measured objectively, meaning if you make money, you move up. Read on for some common myths about investment management and what the truth is about this industry. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

IT Consulting

If you're looking for a company who would hire an IT specialist, you shouldn't have to look very hard. That's because everyone is affected by technology, therefore every company is in need of an IT specialist. A lot of people think that only technology companies hire IT consultants, but this simply is not the case. This can be a very financially rewarding industry to get into — specialists with 1-2 years of experience generally earn between $50,000 — $60,000 a year. This could increase to a six-figure salary with experience. Read on as we demystify some of the common myths associated with IT consulting. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Management Consulting

A management consultant must be an analytical person with strong interpersonal skills. You will work with your clients to provide innovative and practical solutions to meet business needs. The environment is very deadline-driven and detail-oriented, so you must have a thirst for problem solving. You will be working with a lot of other hard-working, self-motivated people. You may also be required to travel a lot. However, it is a very financially rewarding job, with many consultants raking in six figure salaries. Read on for some demystification of common myths associated with management consulting. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Marketing/Brand MGT

Roughly 30% of all jobs offered in industrialized nations like the United States are related to marketing. A good marketer is persuasive, knowledgeable, aggressive, and have excellent communication skills. It is a very demanding job, requiring 50 to 70 hours per week and presenting complex information to clients. It definitely takes a certain type of person to handle this kind of work. Most people in this field are former investment bankers or consultants. Read on for some demystification of common myths associated with jobs in the marketing industry. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Media & Entertainment

The world of media and entertainment is not made up completely of artsy, anti-corporate employees as many people believe. In fact, it is just the opposite, requiring business-minded, innovative professionals. While you may regularly get an earful of useless celebrity gossip, media and entertainment companies these days are more focused on generating revenues and capitalizing on new technologies. Read on for some demystification of common myths associated with the media and entertainment industry. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Real Estate

The real estate industry is an extremely competitive and complex field. It is high-risk and high-reward, requiring analytical abilities, financial skills, and a great personality. It's not always easy but there are plenty of opportunities to prove yourself. If you are an MBA, you will typically work in Corporate Finance, Investment Finance, or Property. Career paths, hours, and job structure differ form company to company, but you can always be motivated by the prospect of becoming a partner. Some people can achieve this in as little as eight years. Although the salary ranges from $50,000 — $100,000, some people are willing to take the lower salary to work with better people. Read on for some demystification of common myths associated with real estate. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Start-ups

Every business was once a start-up business, so you can disregard anyone who gives you a hard time when they hear the phrase ''start-up.'' Today, the internet helps accelerate those who want to start their own business. In order to be successful, you must have a lot of flexibility, energy, intelligence, creativity, and a positive outlook. Being an MBA or possessing other qualifications will definitely give you a head start in a start-up business. You must have a strong desire to make your working environment genuinely enjoyable. It is an incredibly intense industry, with 80% of all companies failing within their first two years. However, if you are successful, you can generate an extremely rewarding income. Read on for some demystification of common myths associated with start-up businesses. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

Venture Capital/Private Equity

A lot of traditional, large companies like Disney and Corning are creating private equity groups, which means there should be plenty of opportunities available to you, if you only know where to find them. The potential for rewards in the venture capital and private equity is great, but so are the risks. If you are a high-stakes player, then this could be the right job for you. You will work with colleagues to invest large amounts of capital into firms you believe will make it. You must be an ambitious self-starter who is independent and enjoys thinking outside the box. Read on for some demystification of common myths associated with the venture capital and private equity industry. MORE

Article Type: Your Options

your resume

Hiring managers have to go through an extremely large number of resumes every day; therefore, do not bore them to death by simply listing everything you've done since high school. You resume must capture the interest of an employer in less than ten seconds. This can be achieved by keeping your resume as concise as possible while still containing the necessary content, editing it thoroughly to make sure there are no spelling and grammar mistakes, and using a clean and simple formatting to make it attractive in appearance. Taking the time to make it as professional and clean as you can will be worth it when it catches the attention of a potential employer. MORE

Article Type: Get On Track

34 archived articles
 1 2 3 4 


Twitter
Sign up for a "Free, No Obligation Resume Critique" and "Free Market Evaluation". Let us tell you how much potential you have!

 
WE ARE VERY DISCREET IN ALL CALLS.

Forbes Reports 151,352 Layoffs for January Itself; Employment Authority Proposes Alternative Job Search Approach

This column is sponsored by Granted, America’s top job search engine. The Career Resources column is presented by Granted, America's leading job search engine dedicated to getting people jobs.

Forbes Reports 151,352 Layoffs for January Itself; Employment Authority Proposes Alternative Job Search Approach

Pasadena, CA — According to a compilation by Forbes recently, there were 151,352 layoffs at America’s 500 largest public companies in the month of January. MORE


"There are always vacancies. Organizations are born, organizations expand, workers become restless, quit, change jobs, move, become ill long-term, or become handicapped, retire, or die. There are always jobs out there waiting to be filled. The fact that you can't find those jobs only means the vacancy hasn't been advertised, or you're not using the right method to find it. When the Internet or job-postings, or agencies, or ads, or resumes, don't work, there are other ways of turning up the job you want. So, if you're coming up 'empty,' you need to change the search method you've been using. ... To speed up your search for one of the jobs that are out there, go after many different organizations, instead of just one or two."

- Richard N. Bolles
  What Color is Your Parachute?


$1,000 Guarantee
Resume Preparation
Capture the interest of senior-level executives in less than 10 seconds. Stimulate their desire to read your resume. MORE
Testimonials
What Our Clients Are Saying
I am a recent grad (in fact I graduated early) and I used your service to find my first job. Which I did, after two interviews. Believe me that was enough. I can't thank you enough for saving me from ...
- Kathy

I had to write again and tell you that 3 months after the mailing, I'm still getting interview requests!
- R.B.

I just wanted to let you know that I am exceedingly pleased with the service. I sent the resumes out last week, and I already have four interviews scheduled. I'll keep you posted on the outcome. T...
- Jennifer


 MORE
For Employers
Employment Authority's Comprehensive Executive Outplacement Program
Give your executives the most opportunities. MORE

Deduct Our Services

You may be able to claim all of your expenses in your job search, including costs related... MORE


Do You Have Questions?

We welcome all of your comments and questions. EMAIL US

SIGN UP  |   ABOUT US  |   HISTORY  |   WORK AT EMPLOYMENT AUTHORITY  |   REFER A FRIEND  |   FAQ  |   TESTIMONIALS  |   CONTACT US  |   SITE MAP  |   TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP
PRIVACY  |   BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH EMPLOYMENT AUTHORITY  |   HARRISON BARNES BIOGRAPHY

Employment Research Institute

Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars.
© 2018 EMPLOYMENT AUTHORITY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.