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What retirement benefits do I get with Jobs in the Army?

By Susan - Wednesday 3 Oct 12:45 pm

Jobs in the Army are readily available for young, fit and energetic human beings. They offer a lifetime of life changing service and many benefits to go hand in hand with their chosen military careers. But what happens when you are no longer young, fit and energetic? Are there jobs in the army that offer suitable retirement packages? The answer is yes.

The military is not only the supplier of a large proportion of jobs in the army, but also a large provider of benefits and compensation for active duty. Throughout your career in the military you will be at liberty to take advantage of fabulous medical, dental, housing and other benefits, but you will also be entitled to arguably the best available retirement benefits across America. Jobs in the army receive a pension that is technically termed “reduced compensation for reduced services” (Sourced from www.military.com). Pension benefits for jobs in the army can be collected from an early age and not necessarily the pre-determined age of retirement of 60 years. If you are no longer able to serve in your chosen field due to injury or consequence, then you may begin redeeming your pension payments as soon as you retire.

Jobs in the army and the predetermined pension received therein vary according to the date that you began service in the military. There are two different types of pension pay that are calculated in slightly differing ways: Final Pay and High 36.

The cap on retirement packages was recently lifted, and members who have served in excess of a certain number of years will receive larger percentages of their base pay after retirement. This recognises the admiration and high level of service for jobs in the army, and ensures that its citizens are awarded accordingly for their years of dedication to duty.

The cap remains in place for employees that are removed from service due to disability. They are entitled to up to 75% of their base pay for jobs in the army. A figure instituted by law.

Your pension is also levied according to these factors:

  • The number of dependants you have
  • Your current financial situation
  • If you are already receiving benefits from Social Security
  • If you are in need of hospital care
  • If you are housebound and in need of nursing services or home services such as meals on wheels or similar.

There are also specific stipulations for Veterans who served in one of many jobs in the army. These also vary according to whether or not the Veteran is disabled, receiving other benefits etc. All benefits vary according to what jobs in the army were carried out before retirement, and also on your current financial situation and reasons for being discharged. If the recruit is discharged from duty through dishonourable reasons, then all benefits and pension become null and void.

The bottom line is that the benefits for jobs in the army are immense, but the benefits for after service are just as competitive.

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10 Financial Survival Strategies for Work at Home Moms

By Brad - Wednesday 3 Oct 9:25 am

Every family could use a little extra cash right now as we battle through the worst recession to hit the country in over 25 years.  So we’ve put together ten of the easiest and most effective ways for Moms to generate extra income from home.  These are practical tips that Moms can realistically achieve alongside the already demanding workload that comes with raising a family.  They won’t get you rich quick, but they’ll help to boost your savings and reduce the burden of rising household bills.

  1. Go Undercover As A Mystery Shopper: if you have a baby or toddler this is an ideal way to make a bit of extra cash, because you can take them with you on your secret shopping visits.  You’ll be asked to visit a restaurant, store, or any type of business and report on their service from a customer’s point of view.  To complete the job, you’ll need to fill in a detailed questionnaire and make a small purchase as proof of your visit.

Search for mystery shopping assignments online and register with several different agents.  You shouldn’t need to pay anything to register and the average fee per visit is around $20.  Some of the best mystery shopping specialists are Shoppers View, Service Excellence Group and Service Intelligence.

2. Turn Your Expertise Into Articles: the internet is full of blogs and articles created by amateur writers who are paid to put their opinions, expertise and knowledge into words.  Many companies now outsource the production of their content to freelancers because it’s much cheaper than having someone in-house to create it for them.  This is a market that work at home Moms can really tap into and create a regular source of income.

Don’t worry if you don’t have any writing experience.  All you need is passion for a topic and the ability to put your ideas into words. We all have expertise on something, especially Moms who know everything about parenting, baby products and dealing with problem teenagers!    Put a few sample articles together before you start and make sure you only provide original work that hasn’t been copied from elsewhere.

There are many different sites to work from, such as Elance, GetaFreelancer and ODesk.  You’ll be paid anything from a few dollars per article up to $50 each, once you’ve built up a profile.  There’s so much writing work out there.  Elance for example, has over 4000 new jobs posted each and every week with more than $2million in fees. 

3. Build A Money-Making Website: the great thing about the internet is that you don’t have to actually sell anything to make money.  All you need is a simple website with good content and some research on how to drive traffic to  it.  Maybe you have an extensive collection of family recipes you could share or an idea for a new Mom blog to develop parenting skills and newborn support?  Once you create your content you can then start to make money from ad displays and affiliate marketing links.  It’s easy to design a website yourself without any investment or technical knowledge.  All you need is a free website builder program, which gives you the software alongside the support and training you need to get everything started.

4. Make money from your clutter: An eBay/Nielsen survey revealed that the average US household has 52 unused items laying around worth over $3000!  But don’t give away your unused clutter to the garbage man, try selling it on sites like eBay, Craigslist, efleaa or Hoobly, and making some extra cash instead.  Everyone has something in their house they don’t use anymore – baby equipment, furniture, antiques, jewellery, clothes.  If you’re selling then people are buying, particularly if it’s designer or vintage.  You can set your minimum asking price to make sure you don’t have to sell too low.

Once you’ve built up a good seller’s profile, you can take it one stage further and look for bargains to sell on for a profit. Check out local garage sales, house clearance, closing down and end of season sales for cut price items people will want to buy.

5. Get paid for pictures: corporations across the globe are constantly looking for cheap images to use on their websites and advertising material.  Everything from pictures of food, kids and animals, to cars, buildings and landscapes.  Snap wherever you go and websites like BigStockPhoto, Fotolia and ShutterStock will pay you every time your photo is downloaded.  Fees range from 25 cents per download to a percentage of the commission.  This is a great way to create residual income on a regular basis, especially if you upload hundreds of photos.

6. Become a virtual assistant: times are tough for small businesses across the country and many have had to make staff cut backs.  Yet they still need support to keep up with the day to day running of their business.  Everything from customer service assistants to diary management, travel arrangements to bill paying, companies everywhere are looking for reliable virtual assistants who can help them for a few hours a week.  You can easily pick up this kind of work on freelance websites such as Elance, or large virtual recruitment agencies such as Alpine Access, Virtual Office Temps and Team Double Click.  Expect to earn around $20 per hour.

7. Release Your Inner Guru: most Moms probably had a different life before they had kids, where they developed a whole host of skills and knowledge that people would pay money to tap into.  Designing a baby’s room, planning a wedding or solving computer problems may come naturally to you, but people will pay good money to have these things done for them and avoid the hassle of trying to do it themselves.

The really great thing is that using your knowledge to make money doesn’t require any investment and it’s something you can easily fit around your family commitments.  Just spread the word around your local community and your reputation will be passed on by word of mouth.  Print off some flyers and post them through letterboxes, place a free ad in your local paper or put a poster in the local store.

You can also tap into your expertise online, by working for one of the sites that pay people per minute to answer questions on specific topics, such as JustAnswer or LivePerson. 

8. Sell eBooks: so you might not have the time to write your own eBook, but if you have a topic you love you could buy the rights to various eBooks and create a website to sell them.  There are many sites where you can buy the master resell rights to eBooks, which means that you get to keep all the profits.  Then all you need to do is find a free website builder using a program such as WordPress to create a simple website to market your eBook.

9. Craft Some Extra Cash: if you’re good at handcrafts and can knit, embroider, weave or paint, you could sell your goods online.  Whilst eBay is a good place to start, Etsy is a site specifically for handmade crafts and vintage items, with sales of over $88million through the site in 2008.   Whether it’s one off unique pieces or a range of handmade dolls, wooden toys or vintage handbags, there are hundreds of buyers waiting to purchase through this site.  All they charge is a small percentage of each sale (3.5%) and a nominal start up fee.

Another website dedicated to the sale of handicrafts is Silkfair.  Signing up as a seller and listing your items is completely free, or you can design and customize your own store on their site for $24.99 per month.  They only charge 3% of your final sale price and you can sell everything from handmade items to vintage, antique and limited edition pieces. 

10. Become a Virtual Tutor: even if you don’t have any teaching experience, you can find work as a virtual tutor if you have a college degree.  One site, tutor.com, pays graduates by the hour to mentor students, review essays and use their interactive work board to go through problems.  Transwebtutors is also a popular site for live homework help, employing tutors from a variety of disciplines to teach students from around the globe.  If you are bilingual, have maths, science or social science expertise, this could be a good potential earner for you.

About the author: Melanie Citron is a freelance author who wants the web to be open to everyone. She regularly researches and writes about great free or low cost resources to help all have a great presence on the web. See more of her writing at BuildMySiteforFree.com.

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If You’re Over 50 Getting a Job Just Got Easier

By Brad - Tuesday 2 Oct 7:23 pm

If you are 50 or older you may have experienced what some call “ageism”, that is the reluctance of employers to hire older employees.

However some new statistics from the Bureau of Labor indicate that older workers may be more in demand in the near future.

While age discrimination is illegal, it is very difficult to prove that older employment prospects are turned away as much of that is decided prior to the first interview.

50 plus adults represent one of the fastest growing labor groups on the US.   This is partly due to many who are now delaying retirement.  With the stock market declines, sub 1% interest rates and incessant layoffs many potential retirees have been left with   underfunded 401k and IRAs.  They just can’t afford to retire.

By 2015 the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 20% or more of the US workforce will be over the age of 50 up from 13% In 2000.

Younger Workforce is Shrinking

The good news is that the Bureau also estimates the U.S. is expected to experience a significant drop in the percentage of younger workers age 25 to 44, making it increasingly important for employers to find ways to recruit and retain older workers.

Unfortunately in some states in the US the legislature is not always thinking along the lines of job creation.  In California they recently passed new tax laws further inhibiting Companies from investing in job creation.  The Act is called the Clean Energy Jobs Act Prop 39 and Governor Brown is working to revise that legislation to be more job friendly.

Another positive development for those over 50 looking for work is a website called Workforce50 (formerly Senior Job Bank) and they need all the over 50 workers they can find.

Originally a non-profit referral service dedicated to keeping older people in the workforce longer, Senior Job Bank was designed to offer free employment referrals for job seekers over 50. Listings include occasional, part-time, temporary, and full-time employment opportunities.

Senior Job Bank founder Eric Summers says he started the referral service for workers over 50 because he sees the world’s growing senior population as a large and mostly untapped resource.

“People who have honed their professional skills over a lifetime are too often left with little to do upon retirement,” Summers said. “There is a wealth of experience out there, a lot of which is going to waste.”

50-plus Adults Bring Experience and Expertise to the Marketplace

Senior workers bring lots of experience who are trained and dedicated.  They can fill the void left by the shrinking younger workforce.

“Employing older workers can unlock the purchasing and creative power of millions of trainable employees and eager consumers,” according to AARP Board Chairman Charles Leven.

Senior Workers Bring Commitment and Stability to the Workforce

“Older workers are recognized and valued for having a good work ethic and for providing experience, knowledge, and job stability in the workplace,” Leven says. “They are viewed as loyal workers who can be counted on in a crisis. All of these attributes make them desirable workers in our service-oriented economies.”

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The 10 Best Jobs for a Health Care Career

By Susan - Tuesday 14 Apr 11:00 am

A health care career and the studies thereto can be the springboard for many other exciting job opportunities. The study of health care administration or management is a vastly popular choice, and allows for our medical facilities and hospitals to be placed under the best possible care in terms of safety, efficiency, services and employment satisfaction. Choosing to step into a health care career would enable you to play a part in this vital role in constantly updating and improving health care service from a patient perspective as well as from an employee’s perspective.

Some of the many other job opportunities available under the wide brim of health care career are as follows (in no particular order):

  1. Hospital Manager or Assistant Hospital Manager: This position requires someone who can delegate duties and issue jobs and responsibilities. The object is to involve all hospital employees so that the everyday tasks are equally distributed, and everyone is doing their part to contribute. It also involves overseeing all hospital matters.
  2. Program Developer: This health care career involves the successful development and implementation of health care programs within medical institutions. There are various fields or programs within this career that can be entered into.
  3. Quality Improvement Specialist: The title of this health care career is pretty much self explanatory. Quality control and improvement is a stringent exercise in medical care, and requires a dedicated person to see its coordination is smooth and fully operative.
  4. Health Benefits Specialist: A health benefits specialist sees to it that patients eligible for benefits are fully compensated. Benefits from business packages and medical insurance schemes are the most common and all the financial and administrative aspects of this will be handled within this health care career.
  5. Health Program Liaison: This health care career is one of management, coordination and interaction with staff, sponsors if applicable and all involved within the health program initiatives. Their primary role is to manage the processes involved in the setting up of health care programs.
  6. Community Health Project Specialist: A health care career working with community health will be most rewarding. This position ensures that health care within the community is efficient, well serving and beneficial to those who use its services.
  7. HR Specialist: HR stands for Human Resources, and every business runs more smoothly with a human resources department. This health care career involves the hiring and firing of staff, training where applicable, performance evaluations and employee related operations.
  8. Patient Coordinator: The health care career of patient coordinator involves one to one interaction with patients to inform them of all their available choices with regards to the latest technology, medical advances etc. They offer their patients all the background information available.
  9. Medical Office Assistant: This career involves all the background duties that no one ever sees, but that are imperative to the successful management of health care. Involving issuing computerized medical accounts and records, medical insurance processing, billing and all administrative procedures
  10. Patient Access Representative: This health care career is geared towards full service for patients and ensuring that they are welcomed into your facility individually and properly. You would make sure that they are registered efficiently, settled into their ward or room properly and tend to their needs, requests and issues.

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The Top 10 Best Schools for Health Care Administration Training

By Susan - Sunday 12 Apr 11:00 am

A Health Care Administrator is a top quality position within the medical field. It is a position that keeps successful business conduction, patient wellness and employee performance and satisfaction at the top of its list of priorities. Being a health care administrator basically entails managing the business aspect of health care facilities so that the health and medical care aspect can operate to its optimum without the worry of the foundation falling out from underneath it.

It takes a certain kind of individual to be a health care administrator as it can involve high intensities of work, high levels of stress and requires the ability to be diplomatic and considerate in all decision making. If you feel that this position is perfectly suited to you, then the medical and health field could more than likely benefit from your service as a health care administrator.

Here are some of the top rated schools where you can study to be a health care administrator, rated according to US News and World Report (in no particular order):

  1. University of California (Berkeley Haas): Haas believes that there are numerous challenges within the health care industry, and equipping health care administrators with the keys to overcoming these challenges is what keeps health care operating to its optimum
  2. Northwestern University (Kellogg): Kellogg University recognises the continuing and increasing need for expert health management services, and provides their students with the correct tools to tackle these pressures
  3. University of Washington: This University prides itself on developing professional health care administrators with the ability to lead and provide superior example
  4. University of Minnesota (Twin Cities): This University is ranked among one of the most prestigious nationwide as well as internationally. The health care administrator course is particularly highly recommended
  5. University of California (Berkeley School of Public Health): This University believes in offering its students world class tuition so that they in turn can offer world class services to the health care industry
  6. University of Alabama (Birmingham): As well as consistently being among the top ranked schools offering health care administrator studies, this school also has prestigious continued education programs that are equally as well ranked
  7. Virginia Commonwealth University: As well as being well ranked by US News and World Reports, this University’s health care administrator program has also been highly recommended by Modern Healthcare
  8. University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill): This University is always ranked top in all studies, and offers superior tuition. They are also particularly stringent with admissions for health care administrator studies.
  9. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor): This University has been voted number one by US News and World since they began rankings in 1993 for Health Care Administrator and Health Management Studies.
  10. University of Pennysylvania (Wharton): This exceptional school offers an intensive series of research in training, business systems and health care. They apply all their research findings to current day issues so as to get a realistic handle on what a career as a health care administrator involves.

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Is it better to take a Clinical Research Job in Occupational Therapy?

By Susan - Thursday 9 Apr 11:00 am

When opting to go into the employ of occupational therapy, there are a vast number of choices you can make as to which arena you’d like to work in. All of these positions and the knowledge backing them up are explored by people with a clinical research job in occupational therapy. Clinical research is an integral part of occupational therapy and provides an informative platform for occupational therapists to work from.

Clinical research jobs in occupational therapy are the basis for the practice of occupational therapy and its success with the vastly different patients, cases and disabilities that walk through the door. It is basically the collection of information for treatment purposes, the valuation of this treatment and the improvement of such. Without clinical research jobs in occupational therapy, there would be no foundation for therapists to base their studies and treatments on. Clinical research jobs in occupational therapy continually update therapists and medical sources with their most recent findings with regards to occupational therapy treatment, and what works and what doesn’t.

Clinical research jobs in occupational therapy are responsible for updating findings with current research and treatment methods. Finding innovative new ways to improve occupational therapy treatments is always of primary importance for clinical researchers. Other significant duties carried out by clinical research jobs in occupational therapy include:

  • Full assessments of the results obtained from drug trials and tests
  • Measuring the results obtained in patients through continued occupational therapy treatments of varying degrees
  • Recognizing fine and gross motor patterns and responses according to specific tests and treatments
  • Implementing and putting testing in place for new treatment methods

Opting to follow the path of clinical research jobs in occupational therapy usually requires that you already have your degree in occupational therapy. It is offered as an advanced module of study. It can take from up to 8 weeks to complete the studies for clinical research jobs in occupational therapy. They are offered through private institutions as well as through Universities and local colleges.

There are clinical research jobs in occupational therapy at almost all medical institutions and occupational therapy centres. A lot of medical institutions outsource clinical research jobs in occupational therapy, so you can find a plethora of job availability through online portals or medical recruitments agencies. Jobs might be offered through your study centres.

Certain prerequisites need to be in place before considering clinical research jobs in occupational therapy. You will need to have studied or be studying occupational therapy and have your masters or doctorate degree. The clinical research advanced segment can be incorporated into your occupational therapy studies. Added to this is the basics abilities to manage numerous priorities is a plus as is having a basic knowledge of data capturing.

With such a vital need for clinical research jobs in occupational therapy and the fact that senior position salaries are competitive and almost in line with occupational therapists, there are very positive reasons as to why you should elect to take a clinical research job in occupational therapy.

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What are the 5 Best Business Jobs in the Army?

By Susan - Tuesday 7 Apr 11:00 am

Jobs in the army are not only encompassed by typical military positions, such as intelligence officers, airplane pilots and the like. There are many jobs in the army to suit business minded individuals too.

The world is made up of massive conglomerates in the corporate sector, some of which are responsible for millions of not billions in the economy. Jobs in the army also run as conventional businesses do and are equally as responsible for huge turnovers annually. There are many business job opportunities on offer in the military, in many business sectors.

Here is the Top 5 Business Jobs in the Army:

  1. Business Analyst: The primary duties of business analysts are to project a advance business forecasts with regards to business requirements and business projects. These jobs in the army are crucial in ensuring that all needs are met. For example, are there adequate recruits to carry out certain projects? Is the correct equipment available? What are the costs involved in carrying out these projects? This position requires a bachelor’s degree, and the ability to manage projects as well as staff members.
  2. Accountants and Auditors: Most corporate environments have their own in house auditors and accountants. The military shares the same system, and provides professional jobs in the army catering towards these services. A bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance is required, and senior level qualifications are preferred but not necessary.
  3. Director of Planning and Development: This position requires a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Jobs in the army of this nature are not plentiful and require experienced personnel that have a few years in this particular service under their belts. It entails strategic planning for business and military operations, as well as the successful planning for future projects that will assist the business in flourishing and growing through innovative ideas and inventive development.
  4. Purchasing and Contracting Analysts: The military is always in need of top notch equipment and the latest technology in order to perform their tasks on an expert level. Keeping ahead of the program is difficult when there are so many new technological ideas and systems to choose from. These particular jobs in the army assess exactly this and purchase only what is necessary and within budget. They need to keep an eye on progress and continually update their systems as well as those of the military, without overspending and with still being able to stay up to date.
  5. Management Analysts and Planners: The main goal of recruits in these jobs in the army it to efficiently manage all aspects of military business. From ensuring that there are adequate staff to carry out jobs, to making sure that there are not too many on the job causing wastage of human resources. The same can be said for equipment, capital and assets, and any other material resources. These jobs in the army are there to make sure that nothing is being wasted and everything and everyone is working to their full potential.

Posted in: Army Jobs, Job Search

Should I become an Occupational Therapy Assistant?

By Susan - Sunday 5 Apr 11:00 am

Choosing to become an occupational therapy assistant is by no means downgrading from occupational therapist. Your level of skill must still be competitive and you must still possess an earnest desire to help people with disabilities. You will also be required to work hands on with patients in assisting them through their phases of healing and rehabilitation by various means of treatment and initiating exercises. An occupational therapy assistant is just as important to the job as the occupational therapist is.

By being an occupational therapy assistant, you are opening yourself up to the world of occupational therapy by taking the passenger seat in all business operations and consultations. It is an excellent platform to view the workings of an occupational therapist’s rooms and further decipher if that is the route that you will take in the future. Many occupational therapy assistants opt to remain in that position for the rest of their careers, by choice and not by circumstance. In fact many occupational therapy assistants chose to study for that very position and never had any intention of becoming a fully fledged occupational therapist.

Occupational therapy assistants are considered entry level positions for occupational therapists, and it is not unusual for all occupational therapists to have been an assistant at one point in their careers or another. With most Universities you are required to complete an internship as a part of your studies, and the most common position held for this learning period is an occupational therapy assistant, learning your practical skills from a licensed occupational therapist. It is also not uncommon for students to feel so comfortable and at ease in this position that they opt to stay there, as mentioned previously.

Basic occupational therapy assistant’s duties include preparing patients for their consultations, handling the signing in and registration of new clients before their first consultation, doing basic exercises or activities with patients that don’t require the supervision of the occupational therapist, carrying out administrative duties for the office or rooms such as keeping patient’s details up to date and in order. Occupational therapy assistants will also be available to handle the overflow of patients for the occupational therapist, if there is ever the need due to an emergency situation.

Other more interesting duties that occupational therapy assistants will pursue are possibly to be given some of the less complicated disabilities to work with and will be required to carry out exercises, activities, stretches, small movements with these patients. They will also be required to give a full report back to the occupational therapist in charge. They would have the opportunity to help patients to improve their fine motor coordination as well as gross motor skills through exercises and stretches. The occupational therapy assistant would also have the chance to help patients learn valuable life skills to improve their lifestyle, living states and overall health and wellbeing.

By being an occupational therapy assistant, you are by no means signing up for the easy road. Your job will still be as challenging and motivating as that of an occupational therapist.

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What Benefits do I get with Army Civilian Jobs?

By Susan - Sunday 5 Apr 9:09 am

Army civilian jobs have been in effect since the 1700’s if you can believe that! These jobs that date back a good few centuries entailed keeping track of documentation and records, following the expenditure of funds used and keeping records of equipment. Army civilian jobs are an essential extension of Army life and assist in the smooth operation of military business.

By choosing to enlist in the army through army civilian jobs, you are not only facilitating the safety and security of your country, but you are ensuring your wellbeing and success as well. Not only are there numerous excellent army civilian jobs to choose from, but they come with extensive benefits and added bonuses that are immeasurable and certainly not available through conventional means of employment.

Some of the benefits that you can enjoy by signing up for army civilian jobs are:

  • First and foremost is the benefit of having such an all-embracing range of army civilian jobs to choose from. There is certainly something to match everyone’s skill department and level
  • Once you have selected your army civilian job, you are entitled to full training for the position. Even if you are already well versed in the field that you are entering, there will be slight modifications to suit military regulations. Extended knowledge is never a bad thing.
  • With all army civilian jobs you are entitled to an impressive pension plan, life insurance as well as health insurance. Your health insurance encompasses dental and medical, and the pension plan far rivals its conventional counterparts.
  • Holiday pay is also included with all army civilian jobs. A certain number of days are stipulated, and as long as approval is granted for these allocated days, then your vacation time is paid for! Sick leave is also another benefit, and there are also an allocated amount of days for this so as not to allow people to take advantage of this perk.
  • One of the most impressive benefits with regards to army civilian jobs is that your salary is extremely competitive when weighed up against that of similar jobs outside of the military. Hard work is recognized and can often result in bonuses being paid out.
  • By working for the military in one of the numerous army civilian jobs on offer, you are opening yourself up to a whole new world of opportunity. In addition to this you will experience the camaraderie that goes hand in hand with the military team and will carry you through years of career involvement and enjoyment.

Army civilian jobs can provide you with the job satisfaction that everyone yearns for, whilst making you feel like you are part of a team and doing something positive for your country. Add into the equation these fantastic benefits, and you have the perfect job situation waiting to be filled.

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5 Best Travelling Occupational Therapy Jobs

By Susan - Thursday 2 Apr 2:00 am

Occupational therapy jobs are in great abundance, and the demand for this more alternative practice is increasing with every year. It is predicted that by the year 2012, there will be a vast percentage more occupational therapy jobs available due to more and more people recognising its significance.

Included in this vast array of job opportunities are travel occupational therapy jobs, that involve being fully mobile, being able to travel and being able to work doing the job you love all rolled into one neat little package!

There are many staff shortages in healthcare facilities which is why there are so many occupational therapy jobs available today. Travel occupational therapy jobs allow you to be made available to all medial facilities wherever there is a gap that needs to be filled. Your specific employee profile will be set up displaying that option so that medical care centres throughout America are aware of the fact that they can use you, even if you are a resident across the nation.

Here is a list of some of the travelling occupational therapy jobs that are available today:

  1. Cariant Health Partners: Primarily a recruitment agency, Cariant Health Partners aims to find superior occupational therapy jobs in locations from one end of American to the next. Benefits such as competitive salaries, bonuses, beautiful private housing, medical benefits, travel reimbursement and completion bonuses can be enjoyed when signing up to be a travelling occupational therapist with this company.
  2. Club Staffing: In addition to supplying you with superior occupational therapy jobs, Club Staffing offers their employees dental, medical and vision benefits, free private housing, per dium as well as full reimbursement of travel expenses.
  3. Reflectx: Is a unique travel medical staffing centre that offers numerous occupational therapy jobs available. They also offer their travel staff the benefits of free private housing, house ware, cable TV and telephone allowances, medical insurance, travel reimbursement, life insurance, completion bonuses, performance bonuses as well as many more perks to ass to the mix.
  4. Advanced Medical Personnel Services: This team offers flexible work contracts to suit each individual and their needs, housing in safe neighbourhood with all the essential amenities available, alternatively you could opt for a housing allowance and find your own place. Travel reimbursements, medical insurance and competitive hourly rates are all a part of the total attractive package offered on occupational therapy jobs.
  5. Med Travellers Inc: Another medical staffing solution offering professional opportunities for occupational therapy jobs is Med Travellers. They have the same arrangement of benefits available as the others mentioned such as excellent pay rates, medical insurance, free private housing as well as available work in excellent health and medical care facilities.

In addition to receiving excellent occupational therapy job opportunities, travelling jobs entitle you to amazing benefits that should only be dreamed of!

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