How do we find God in a senseless world where we are overloaded with information and technology, distraught by the futility of politics and are constantly being controlled by the machines of progress? In a world obsessed with power and control, many are finding the inner peace we all seek by taking a step back instead of "forward" to identify with nature and common sense, back to the Garden of Eden in a sense. God has a far deeper and more personal meaning beyond the increasing complications of world religions and the rapid "progress" that mankind claims to be experiencing.
One out of four people earning over $100,000 a year lacks a four-year college degree? All our lives we're threatened, "If you don't get a college degree you'll never amount to anything!" This program shatters that myth. People can and do succeed despite the lack of a degree. You can too!
Attention all veterans! The military loved you, but how do you translate your experience into employable skills for the job market? You have personal qualities that are in demand by employers. Learn how to examine and phrase your experiences in the military into qualities and skills employers really want.
Pop quiz for teens! Never had a job? How do you get experience when you can't get a job? No worries! You've been demonstrating personal qualities all your life that employers want. We'll show you how to use these qualities to build a competitive resume. Imagine, you with a resume! You'll blow your competition away and get the job you want!
If you are tired of endlessly reviewing the Help Wanted listings, then this is the perfect resource for seeking employment. Author John Murphy shares his expertise in finding jobs that are not listed on job sites, so you can find work quickly. In this 3-part series you will also learn how to create the perfect resume, how to sell yourself in a job interview and the unspoken personality qualities that every employer is looking for in new hires.
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Congratulations on recently earning your degree! Now, how do you make your generalized degree marketable? This program helps you focus on personal qualities and truths about you that you already possess, and translate them into the things employers say they want most. We'll show you how to use you investment in your degree into a powerful resume.
Do you lack a four-year college degree? Having a hard time putting together a resume? How can you translate what you have done into marketable skills? In this program, you'll learn how to craft a competitive resume based on your personal qualities and truths about you. Find out how employers think and what they really want! Use this inside information to craft a competitive resume and get the job you want.
Do you lack a four year college degree? Is it hurting your job search? Do you have little or no experience, or find yourself in a large pool of competitors due to corporate layoffs? You'll gain competitive advantage to stand out from other applicants and get a great job sooner, rather than later.
Hey, moms! Running into special challenges when trying to put together a resume? Having trouble translating your mom experience into employable skills for the job market? In this program, you'll learn how to craft a competitive resume based on your personal qualities and truths about you. Weï¿¿ï¿¿ll show you how your experiences as a mom are a PLUS for employers!
Tonight on the program, analysis of the Democratic National Convention. Charlie is joined by Katy Tur of NBC News; Megan Murphy,Washington bureau chief for Bloomberg; Jonathan Karl; chief White House correspondent for ABC News; and John Heilemann, managing editor at Bloomberg Politics and the co-host of With All Due Respect.
We conclude with Andrew Solomon, author of “Far and Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change, Seven Continents, Twenty Five Years.”
Tonight on the program, continued coverage of Sunday's mass shooting at an Orlando night club with Tim Murphy, former deputy director of the FBI. Next, a political update with John Heilemann, managing editor at Bloomberg Politics and the co-host of With All Due Respect. We conclude with Anja Manuel, a Stanford University lecturer whose new book, This Brave New World, addresses the rise of China and India.