careers

How Can You Shape your Career Path to Fit Your Passion for Travel?

Tanya Zaufi's picture

Some people let their career shape their lives. I was not one of them. My priority has always been the ability to travel and explore the world. Early on, I made sure to shape my career path around my passion for travel.

 How Can You Shape your Career Path to Fit Your Passion for Travel?

Tips for Jobseekers during a Recession: a Career Services Professional's Tale

Stasia Lopez's picture

Picture it: Pittsburgh; the year was 2008. I graduated with my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Robert Morris University. I had a wonderful undergraduate experience, where I was hyper-conscious of making sure I made myself employable from this expensive degree, because I was the first to attend college in my family and I wanted to help my family and make them proud.

Great Reasons To Become a Travel Nurse

Lexa Pennington's picture

Great Reasons To Become a Travel Nurse

If you’ve been thinking about a change in careers (or have yet to decide on a career path), nursing could be just what you’ve been looking for. What’s so great about the industry is the fact that there are so many different areas of nursing, such as being a travel nurse. Learn a few reasons why becoming a travel nurse could help you find the perfect occupation.

Great Reasons To Become a Travel Nurse

Earning Money While Traveling: A Time-Tested Career On the Road

Bert Maxwell's picture

Do you want to travel all the time - and get paid?

I've got a time-tested career for you that you might have overlooked in your research (not everyone is a digital nomad).

What career am I mentioning?

A Truck Driver! It can be a lucrative and adventurous career - one that takes you on an endless road trip!

Travel Lessons and the Job Search

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture
How can travelers use their experiences travelling as an asset in their job search?
 

Inside Study Abroad Announces Fall Open Enrollment for the Global Pro Institute

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture

Inside Study Abroad (we've shared their story here and Brooke's study abroad experiences here) is excited to announce the open enrollment for the Fall 2016 Cohort of the Global Pro Institute, a 6-week online professional development, training, and coaching program for aspiring professionals in inter

Creating a New Outlook on the World with International Experiences

International experiences are very valuable to have, because they give people a chance to learn about the world, and a good way to get those experiences is to work a job that has them. There are countless jobs in the world that provide international experience. Two of those jobs with international experiences that I would consider are travel writing for a magazine, and teaching English as a second language.

Working abroad: Career opportunities that let you travel

Bert Maxwell's picture

Working abroad is one of the best ways to experience a different culture first-hand whilst developing a new professional skillset. If your current job does not offer the opportunity to travel, or if you are simply looking to try something new, there is a wealth of employment prospects to be explored the world over.

Emerging markets: Opportunities to boost your career

Bert Maxwell's picture

When you want to give your career a boost, you are not limited to your own country. In fact, many people now look at the job market in other countries, because this can open up opportunities that are just not available at home. While Western countries have long been held up as the ultimate destinations for those who want to build a career, the emerging economies in the East should not be ignored.

The Career Path to Nonprofit: an Unexpected - but Rewarding! - Journey

Stasia Lopez's picture

Julie Padak is a Human Resources Specialist for Partners For Quality, Inc. She’s been working for PFQ since November 2007. Julie earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Robert Morris University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources and Marketing and a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management. Read her interview below to learn more about her experiences. 

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