All about medical office jobs

This week on the healthcare Jobcast (#16) Andrea talks about the medical office job market (download mp3) 3 min

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The majority of jobs being added in the healthcare industry right now are office-based medical jobs. Learn more about several of the top medical office jobs in demand right now. Some of these jobs do not even require a college degree! Find out which medical office jobs may be a fit for you, and how much they pay.

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Jessica Miller Merrill’s career change advice

Continuing with our career change advice audio series with Jessica Miller Merrill, a recruiter and social media enthusiast says sit down and take stock of yourself. (download mp3)

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the biggest challenge is marketing themselves…

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Changing careers tips from Elizabeth Lasher

Here’s more advice on changing careers from Elizabeth Lasher from Penn State University. (download mp3)

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Take the first step. Maybe that’s enrolling in college for a first course or registering for a Professional Development Conference. Do your Research, find programs and professional development opportunities that work best for you. Take advantage of education and training opportunities

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Revi’s Job search teleclass #4, part 1

This is new audio from Revi Goldwasser a career coach who conducts free monthly teleclasses at interviewtipsandsecrets.com. Check out her recent teleclass with listener questions. Download mp3 or play below. (30 min)

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About Revi

Revi Goldwasser is the founder and CEO of Wall Street Personnel, a financial services recruiting firm as well as JobsOnWallStreet.Com a leading financial online job board. Revi has been a recruiter since 2000, and has established relationships with hundreds of employers. Revi has personally coached tens of thousands of job seekers and has helped many of them find new jobs. Revi is a nationally renowned leading authority on how to find a job in today’s competitive job market. Revi has been quoted in the NY Sun, New York City Job Market Update, Recruiter.com, Mywire.com, Informationweek.com, and many other publications.

Revi’s Job Search Teleclass #4, part 2

This is new audio from Revi Goldwasser a career coach who conducts free monthly teleclasses at interviewtipsandsecrets.com. Check out her recent teleclass with listener questions. Download mp3 or play below. (30 min)

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About Revi

Revi Goldwasser is the founder and CEO of Wall Street Personnel, a financial services recruiting firm as well as JobsOnWallStreet.Com a leading financial online job board. Revi has been a recruiter since 2000, and has established relationships with hundreds of employers. Revi has personally coached tens of thousands of job seekers and has helped many of them find new jobs. Revi is a nationally renowned leading authority on how to find a job in today’s competitive job market. Revi has been quoted in the NY Sun, New York City Job Market Update, Recruiter.com, Mywire.com, Informationweek.com, and many other publications.

Sideways careers, personal branding, jobcasts and more!

We have lots of great career advice shows in the stream this week. They’ll be played all week 24/7. If you miss a show in the morning it will be repeated in the afternoon or evening. Or you can just download them here. Listen Live.

* SECRETS OF THE JOB HUNT: Sideways career moves with Pat Palleschi a career transition expert. (download mp3)

* JOBS IN PODS: Three recruiters discuss careers at ADP (download mp3)

* JOBS IN PODS: GEICO’s Supervisor Leadership Program – Recent Grads (PART 1 download mp3) (PART 2 download mp3)

* TOTAL PICTURE RADIO: What are you challenged by at work with David Rock(download mp3)

* CAREER CZAR: Career Tips to Weather the Great Recession from Coach Christine. (download mp3)

* CAREER COMMUNIQUE: Exploring careers with today’s youth. (download mp3)

* SAVVY JOBSEEKER: Building a powerful personal brand (download mp3)

Laurence Shatkin’s career change advice

Here’s the 10th piece of audio in our series with advice for career changers. In this tip, author Laurence Shatkin offers his career transition advice. (download mp3)

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don’t make a commitment without getting experience first

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How to Become a Physical Therapist

This week on the healthcare Jobcast (#15) Andrea talks about becoming a Physical Therapist (download mp3) 3 min

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Physical therapy is a rapidly growing field that also offers a very high level of job satisfaction. Learn more about these two popular health careers in the field of physical therapy!

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Hear about one company’s physical therapist jobs.

Hire JobRadio to cover your career event

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Yep, if you pay our expenses and a small production fee we’ll come to your event, record speaker sessions, conduct in person interviews and offer pre-event coverage on our station. Its a great way to get exposure and tell the world about your career/job related event.

The costs range on where your conference is and how long it lasts. But you can generally expect a range of $1k-$3k. We’ll send a podcaster who will cover your job fair, career conference or other job related event. Its a great way to promote your event to job seekers, recruiters and career coaches who listen to our station.

As part of the deal we’ll also provide all the audio from your event on a CD as well as publishing it on JobRadio.FM both in our live stream and through the blog.

So contact us today and get us to your event for expert coverage on JobRadio.FM!

Solar projects and geothermal jobs – Green Jobcast #18

The Green Jobcast, episode 18, is a short news segment with information about green jobs making headlines across the country. This week news on solar projects and geothermal jobs. (download mp3) 3 minutes

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TRANSCRIPT

First up… the Hartford business journal is reporting that Constellation Energy Group Inc. said today it will build a photovoltaic system to generate solar power at an entertainment complex adjacent to the New England Patriots’ stadium in Foxborough, Mass.

The power system will generate about 525 kilowatts at Patriot Place, the 1.3-million-square-foot entertainment, retail and dining complex next to the NFL team’s Gillette Stadium. Topping seven roofs, the power system will supply about 30 percent of Patriot Place’s power, Constellation said.

Construction is expected to begin in late October and will require installation of about 2,800 photovoltaic panels, the company said. The work is expected to be completed by the end of the year, spokesman Aaron Koos said.

Constellation Energy estimates the system will generate more than 12 million kilowatt hours of electricity over 20 years and will prevent the release of more than 8,800 metric tons of carbon dioxide. The company said that is equal to removing more than 1,600 cars from the road for a year.

A large scale solar energy project at Fort Irwin California is expected to create hundreds of jobs, but shovels won’t be hitting the ground for another two to three years. The solar sites will create up to 400 construction jobs and 350 jobs to maintain and operate the power plants over a 10-year period, according to Brian Crunk, project manager of Clark Energy Group, one of the two renewable energy developers working on the project.

The Arlington, Va.-based group has teamed with Acciona Solar Power, based in Madrid, Spain, which operates the massive Nevada Solar One power plants in Boulder City, Nev. Once completed, the solar power plants will be the Department of Defense’s largest ever solar energy project.

In Pennsylvannia the Daily Item is reporting that the Milton Borough Council planning commission approved a $32 million plan to build the largest solar farm east of the Mississippi River in a portion of the Milton Industrial Park. The proposed farm, to feature 26,000 solar panels, will produce enough daytime power for two businesses in the industrial park. The project will create 10 full-time jobs to design, build and operate the farm, 50 full-time local green support jobs, and five temporary jobs, to build the solar farm system.

A new geothermal plant in Idaho is providing electricity for 10,000 homes and heating up Idaho’s clean energy economy. Recent analysis by federal agencies documents the West’s extensive geothermal resources, estimating over 8,000 megawatts of electrical power could be generated from identified geothermal resources in the western United States. “Across the rural West, we can warm up the job market, grow our businesses, and heat up our economy with geothermal power,” said Bill Midcap, Director of Renewable Energy Development for the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union.

The western United States has abundant geothermal resources. The recent federal report identified geothermal resources in all 12 western states. The report found that the “hottest resources” where “commercial electric generation would most likely occur” include central and northern Nevada, western Utah, and southern and central Idaho.