Money & Career
Money & Career
Whether you looking to land the perfect job or find out about the best way to save money, our Money & Career section is packed full of helpful, current topics each month.
 


11/2/2017 1:25:36 PM
The first class of military veterans in the Louisiana Veteran Entrepreneurship Program began coursework at the program’s inaugural boot camp today, with Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Joey Strickland, Louisiana Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson, and other officials welcoming them at the Louisiana Business & Technology Center in LSU Innovation Park.

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10/2/2017 10:05:50 PM
Your personality dictates many of the things you choose to do socially, so factoring in the various facets of your personality when choosing a career seems like a no-brainer. Often, when students go to college or a trade school, they feel a bit lost in terms of making decisions that will affect the rest of their lives. Many choose to go into fields of study that will pay a bit more lucratively, or they choose a career based on their family’s input.
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8/31/2017 3:36:08 PM
Even with a local growing economy, finding a job that is right for you can be a challenge. The days of merely sending in an application, resumé, and cover letter to a potential employer and then waiting for the phone to ring have gone the way of dot matrix and dial-up.
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7/5/2017 8:59:05 AM
As part of the CITGO STEM Talent Pipeline Program, CITGO has partnered with the Calcasieu Parish School Board (CPSB) and McNeese State University to bring Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education to young minds through a hands-on learning experience called Engineering is Elementary (EiE).
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7/5/2017 8:37:27 AM
For many, hiring an attorney is a new, unfamiliar, and once-in-a-lifetime experience. Whether it’s your first time venturing into the legal world or you’ve had some past experience, the process of seeking legal counsel to meet a specific need can be overwhelming. Law practices are divided into several overlapping categories that collectively form a representative framework for society’s civil justice system. From business and personal injury to bankruptcy and real estate law to family and divorce cases, each lawyer has a defined niche that offers a refined skillset to potential clients. Here are six areas of the most common types of law practice.
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6/1/2017 12:18:28 PM
Oh, the dog days of summer vacation. Every parent knows the struggle. Time slows to a crawl. Boredom ensues. Suddenly, the swimming lessons, park play dates, and summer camps are not enough to satisfy the boundless energy of youngsters.
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6/1/2017 12:11:13 PM
It’s not unusual for careers to get off to wobbly starts as young people, hampered by their lack of experience and contacts, find it difficult to achieve a firm footing. For that reason, they should make it a goal to find mentors who could help guide them through the rough patches.
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5/4/2017 10:36:51 PM

So, you’re a smart, imaginative, persuasive millennial and – contrary to the bad rap your generation usually gets – you’re willing to work REALLY hard. You’re just waiting for all those boomers and Xers to get the heck out of the way so you can have your turn at the brass ring.


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5/4/2017 10:25:52 PM

No matter what your college major and desired career, jobs can be hard to come by. How do you break into an in-demand industry? According to entrepreneur Emily White, your dream career is within your reach. But if you want it, be ready to work for it. Internships can be a key step.


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7/8/2014 12:12:19 PM

Marty Nemko believes that the job-hunting public has been sold a bill of goods when they’re told to follow their passions. For a select few—those who are bright, uniquely talented, uber-motivated and genuinely passionate, he says—that advice works out like gangbusters. For thousands of others, it’s impractical.


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7/8/2014 12:10:41 PM

Thomas Watson, Sr., once said that to be successful, you have to have your heart in your business, and your business in your heart. This is a thought that seems to be driving the executive team of i-10 Hospitality, a Louisiana-based management company specializing in restaurant, hotel and gaming development, management and consulting services.


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7/8/2013 2:22:18 PM

If someone asked you to borrow a bundle of money to start a new business, would you hand over the cash, no questions asked? Probably not. You’d have more than a few questions about the plans and potential for the business’s success you’d want answered before you decide to take a chance on helping a new business get off the ground.


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6/3/2013 12:53:20 PM

Hunting for a job is a frustrating, exciting and infuriating experience, especially when you know that you would be an ideal and productive employee for Company XYZ, if only Company XYZ would give you the chance. But first you have to get Company XYZ to open some doors—first you have to get through the slush of resumes, then you have to make the first cut, followed by one or two interviews. Worse yet, there are a group of other qualified applicants who are going through this journey with you, and only one of you will actually get your foot in the front door.


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6/3/2013 12:51:24 PM

Southwest Louisiana is a hub for world-class aviation maintenance at the Chennault International Airport complex. A major presence at Chennault is Aeroframe Services, which hires graduates of the job-specific training offered right next door at SOWELA Technical Community College. To meet its growing workforce needs, Aeroframe has announced an unprecedented program that offers all second-year SOWELA aviation students a flexible, full-time job with benefits -- allowing them to "earn while they earn" and fast-track the career they're seeking.


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5/6/2013 10:54:10 AM

Even if you’re the company rock star, always meeting your deadlines, rarely absent or late, it is inevitable that you are going to need a little help from a coworker at some point. Asking for help can be tricky sometimes, though. Consider these situations and read on for the best ways to handle them.


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5/6/2013 10:51:53 AM

Whether you are a company owner, executive or front-line employee you’re probably interested in company culture. Sometimes an organization’s culture encourages people to thrive, provide great service, creatively solve problems and generate new ideas. Other companies may stifle growth and progress because the employees don’t "buy in” to the culture. They have more of a renter’s attitude than an attitude of ownership. So, how do we create that culture that makes employees feel like owners?


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2/25/2013 9:03:00 AM
Southwest Louisiana is poised to begin an era of prosperity like it’s never seen before,with $40 billion worth of construction projects either recently announced or already underway, and those projects will impact businesses across the area.
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1/9/2013 1:54:57 PM
 When it comes to choosing a candidate for a new job or a promotion, employers consistently say they want a team player, but what does that really mean in a business setting? How can an employee prove they are valuable to the team? 
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6/29/2012 4:56:44 PM
Following the rules doesn't always lead to fulfillment, especially when it comes to your career. There are times when it's better to rock the boat, leave the office instead of working late, or (gasp) not apply for a promotion.
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