Welcome to the June 2, 2008 edition of carnival of careers! This is the inaugural edition, and the first of many to come! Considering all of the articles are about work and jobs and careers, I thought I’d add in a few pictures and facts about some of the most popular beach/seaside destinations in the world.
First, the editor’s picks:
Erek Ostrowski presentsposted at . The second step in manifesting a job you actually want is to create a conversation “for” what you want in a job (here’s ).
Cancun, Mexico: There are about 140 hotels in Cancún with more than 24,000 rooms and 380 restaurants. Four million visitors arrive each year in an average of 190 flights daily. The Hotel Zone of Cancun is shaped like a 7 with bridges on each end connecting to the mainland. Hotels on the vertical or long side of the 7 tend to have rougher beaches and beach erosion can be a problem. Resorts on the horizontal or short end of the seven tend to have more gentle surf because the waves here are blocked by the island of Isla Mujeres which lies just off shore. The Hotel Zone offers a broad range of accommodations, ranging from relatively inexpensive motel-style facilities in the older section closest to the mainland, to high-priced luxury hotels in the later sections. (read more)
Sheila Danzig presents Start Your Nursing Career Today posted at Degree Talk Blog.
Skyler Reep presentsposted at : “I am an interviewer. I receive hundreds of résumés per year, and I make dozens of interviews. With this qualification in mind, believe me when I tell you everything you have heard about writing a résumé is wrong.”
St. Thomas. Part of the island looks very much like the countryside of France, with cattle grazing in green fields. And west of downtown there even is a place called Frenchtown. Whether you stop atop a mountain or along the shore, be sure to sample one of our tropical drinks made with the exotic island alcohol, rum (pronounced “room”).
Metaliphe presents Are you overworked and underpaid but love your job? posted at Chandra Unplugged – No nonsense, Straight-up blogging from a Life Coach: Learn how to create the job you love and get paid well for what you love to do.”
deepali presents man is by nature a political animal posted at Paradigm Shifted.
South Beach is the section of Miami Beach, Florida that encompasses the southernmost 23 blocks of an island separating the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. This area was the first section of Miami Beach to be developed, starting in the 1910s, thanks to the development efforts of Carl G. Fisher, the Lummus Brothers, John S. Collins, and others. The area has gone through numerous man-made and natural changes over the years, including a booming regional economy, increased tourism, and the 1926 hurricane that destroyed much of the area. (read more)
Alan K Rudi presents Critical Thinking Skills for Success in Business and Life posted at Successful Business Leadership.
Dorian Wales presents How to Fortify Your Job: 10 valuable (and challenging) Tips posted at The Personal Financier: 10 invaluable skills which are even more crucial today.
Jessica Donnovan presents Sensible Self-Improvement.posted at
Tahiti is the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia, located in the archipelago of Society Islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. The island had a population of 178,133 inhabitants according to the August 2007 census. This makes it the most populated island of French Polynesia, with 68.6% of the total population. The capital is Papeete, on the northwest coast. Tahiti has also been historically known as O’tahiti. (read more)
Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Health Business Grows With Research and Demand posted at SharpBrains, saying, “An in-depth look into the “brain training” field and future directions.”
David B. Bohl presents Secrets of Successful Managers on How to Budget Your Time posted at Slow Down Fast Today!: What do Jim Donald, Susan Lyne, and Bill Gates have in common?
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