Thom Larry writes: "The most basic questions that are supposed to be asked when recruiting new talent for many industries are: what does a nurse, an architect, a teacher, a reporter, an engineer, a manager, an accountant or a dentist do? How much do these people make in their field? How does their typical day go? And how many jobs are there probably to be in their city next year?
Employing new talent for various industries starts with answering the said basic questions. Westhill Consulting & Employment aims to establish young individuals and career changers to countless of occupations, with full, interactive occupational profiles.
Site goers may be able to watch a short video documentary. They may be able to browse sections of job titles. They will sure to learn about their future job outlook, learn educational and training requirements. You will be able to research the tasks and activities a worker in their field performs on a daily basis.
Author and career advisor of Westhill founded Westhill Consulting & Employment years ago as a comprehensive consulting house for career information on the web. Currently, he is excited to re-launch and make the site known to the younger generation with new features, together with detailed profiles of many of in-demand occupations. To find nearby college programs in their field students and job seekers should make sure they take the right courses, and apply for jobs all from one website. Professionals will locate links to deal associations. The job search resources and other useful websites specifically gathered for their occupation.
"We want to teach and make our readers be familiar with the largest possible diversity of career options," says Westhill. "We believe they will be thrilled when they discover what their new occupation has to offer and what is waiting for them and their future."
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