We are celebrating positive thinking and how it affects our lives, both personal and professional. Positive thinking has a huge impact on you and your career.
Think of some ways you can cut out the negative to make more room for positive. How about moving away from negative talk or cutting out the work gossip? You will be amazed at just how much stress you can wipe out of your life by being positive.
For the next few weeks, we will share 12 sure ways that postive thinking helps your life.
Did you know that employment of motorcycle mechanics is expected to grow 24% percent by 2020?
The demand for motorcycle repair services is growing in response to the increased number of registered motorcycles over recent years. This trend is expected to continue, leading to new job opportunities for motorcycle mechanics. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, motorcycle mechanics specialize in working on motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, dirt bikes, and all-terrain vehicles.
Motorcycle mechanics typically do the following:
Considering a career in Skilled Trades but too many negative comments floating around? Here are the top myths of Skilled Trades, debunked!
The skilled trades are not for people with good grades.
If you like to work with your hands and are creative, the skilled trades are a good choice. These careers require people with strong skills in reading and writing, math and science.
What do automotive service technicians and mechanics do? They inspect, run diagnostic tests on, maintain, and repair cars and light trucks.
Automotive service technicians and mechanics typically do the following:
With the need for skilled laborers and the trades industry not able to find enough qualified applicants, transitioning servicemembers have a great opportunity for finding work.
National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military members can obtain the career training needed for job opportunities in the skilled trades industry. Here are the career courses available:
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It’s back-to-school season for military children. Everywhere crayons, glue sticks, pencils, and scissors fly off the shelves as parents rush to check off the never ending school supplies lists. But one item that can easily be overlooked in the business of everything else is something that is very important to a child’s day and lasts throughout the entire year: Lunch.
Any time away from a loved one is difficult, especially when you are stressed and have a million things to do. If it isn't one thing, it's another and military life sure does know how to pile it up on you to the point where we feel like enough is enough!
So what can we do when all we want is that momentary distraction from it all?
Teachers, parents and pretty much any adult I ever came into contact with as a child asked me that very important question we have all been asked and ask kids today: “So what do you want to be when you grow up?” In order of what I wanted to be from ages 3-18: truck driver, teacher, Nun (yes, I am not joking), Chef.