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Vocabulary: Why size matters
What does vocabulary have to do with my job? Im great at what I do and thats all that matters. Well, vocabulary has a lot to with your job and your pay...


Learn new skills in evening school
Five community colleges and three mutli-disciplinary colleges, with nineteen locations island wide, offer various types and levels of education and training...


This can destroy your career
Do you think it is OK to cheat your boss if you are not being paid what you think you are worth? Do you believe nothing is wrong with making an extra dollar dishonestly in a difficult economy...


Don't be nervous
Confidence and a smooth delivery will be factors in your favour when you face individuals who are in a position to open the doors to your dream career...


I get paid, you get paid
When workers get paid well and spend earnings on goods and services, the impact on economic growth is positive.


What Jamaican companies want
Work permits are often granted to expatriate workers in order to fill vacant positions in companies where suitable qualified manpower is not available locally...


Management and sales are hot occupations
A survey of the labour market during the last quarter of 2009 October to December -reveals that for the period top occupations advertised included managers, teachers/lecturers, sales representatives and practical nurses...


Service workers lead brain drain
Among Jamaicans who go abroad to live and work, service workers are classified as the largest group, followed by professionals, senior officials and technicians and those who work in craft and related areas...


Certified food technicians in demand
While the current increased demand for food preparation technicians may also be related to the needs of the winter season, the advertisements for such positions are numerous - ranging from managerial positions to line staff within the field...


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