Construction Safety: 5 Most Important On-The-Job Measures

Posted by Lisa Coleman on September 29, 2013


Employees on construction sites are amongst the hardest workers in America. Without these people, America simply would have no infrastructure. Unfortunately, the nature of these careers means that those involved in them are in a constant state of danger. In fact, construction equipment operators, construction laborers, electrical installers and steel workers, all of who can be on construction sites, make up four of the 15 most dangerous jobs in America. This is why every construction worker should be vigilant in keeping themselves safe.


Careers at Sea: Top 5 Most Popular Maritime Jobs Today

Posted by Lisa Coleman on July 22, 2013


Different types of people will be happy in different types of jobs. When it comes to lovers of the ocean, however, sometimes a maritime career is the only one that will do. Luckily, there are multiple areas that a person can work if they want a maritime career, and regardless of whether they want to work in the service industry or take on a back-breaking job, they'll have options. For those interested in maritime work, there are five specific careers they should consider.


5 Ways You Can Find That Dream Job You Know Is Out There

Posted by Casey Haslem on July 18, 2013


Do you want to find your dream job? Maybe you have just graduated from college and are ready to strike out on your own. Or, perhaps you've already been in the working world for a while but are now ready for a change. In today's tough job market, how exactly can you find that dream job?