Top 20 Questions Employers Ask During the Interview

Top 20 Questions Employers Ask

Preparing for a job interview can become a frustrating task, so I did some research and below I’ve included Top 20 Questions Employers Ask During the Interview and Top 10 Questions that you could or should ask the interviewer. During the job interview employers will ask standard interview questions. It’s critically important for you to be prepared before you go to your interview. Don’t focus on trying memorizing an answer, focus on areas that you have first hand knowledge, pertinent to your experience and make your best impression. But, it’s important to have a hands up on those frequently asked questions most employers will subject you to. Take the time to review the top 20 questions employers ask and remember to be calm and relaxed. Keep in mind you will be asked some of the questions, especially as the employer sees attempts to match you with the particular job you are […]

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Get the Facts and Stats on Osteoporosis

Get the Facts and Stats on Osteoporosis

This post will provide information on how to get the facts and stats on osteoporosis. Why are women four times as likely as men to develop osteoporosis? Keep in mind that bone loss of decreasing bone density is part of aging for both men and women. The way women are structured, we typically have lower bone mass to begin with and as we grow older bone loss have greater consequences. So when we lose too much bone, the bones become weak and break easily. Studies show that at least one fracture in as many as half of women older than 50 get osteoporosis. What can I do once I get the facts and stats on osteoporosis? Below are a few suggestions for women: Ask your doctor about a bone density test. This test is recommended by the National Osteoporosis Foundation for women who broke a bone before age 50 and […]

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Resources for Bloggers

Resources for Bloggers

 Resources for Bloggers If your are new to blogging or a blogger who can used additional helpful Resources for Bloggers to increase your blogs’ visibility then take a look at the Helpful Resources for Bloggers provided below to help you to get going on building your blog or website. I’ve incorporated most of the resources for bloggers into my sites and do believe that the products have added value in a good way. REAL WAYS TO EARN MONEY ONLINE Here’s a site that gives many resources and ideas on how to monitize your blog and other work at home jobs. Check it out if you are looking for at home jobs.  Resources for Bloggers that are reasonably affordable Domain and Hosting Resources for Bloggers Blue Host – Blue Host is a WordPress recommended hosting site and is great for beginning bloggers. Blue Host has unlimited domain hosting, unlimited hosting space, […]

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Immediate Steps to Take Before and After a Disaster Strikes

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Immediate Steps to Take Before and After a Disaster Strikes We can all relate to such disasters as hurricanes, tornadoes, earth quakes, floods, and other catastrophic occurrences and often believe this will not happen to us. Recently, my home State of Louisiana experienced the worst flooding disaster in history. I have some family members who were affected and had to evacuate, and others who did not experience flooding in their area but were limited in the their travel to local areas. Some areas that experienced flooding had a curfew while other areas people had to escape from their homes.   It pained me to see the devastation day after day with hundreds of videos and pictures flooding the social media sites. I can only imagine what those families have gone through.   Many families that are affected by the floods will have to start from the beginning. Most do not have flood […]

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Diabetics May Not Need Medication with Proper Health Management

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    Diabetes is a complicated disease and when eating and exercise are managed properly there might be a way to avoid taking medications. According the American Diabetes Association, there over 30 million American children and adults diagnosed with diabetes. We know this is a serious disease since too many people are not managing their intake of protein from plant foods. Diabetics may not need medication with proper health management if eating habits are monitored daily and exercises are a regular routine.   Diabetes occur when the pancreas does not properly produce insulin. When we eat more than we exercise, diabetes can set in. People with type 2 diabetes are more susceptible to heart problems when the body is not getting enough exercise.   A Major Research study shows that people eating red meat consistently incur significantly higher risks of mortality than those eating protein from plants.  Another study showed that eating foods high […]

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This Unique Educator’s Guide to Learning and Retention

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  In This Unique Guide to Learning and Retention, the focus is on teacher involvement of students with a variety of educational and multimedia tools to make learning more amazing and memorable. Such tools are key to student mastery and success.   Teaching/ Instructions Teaching today is so dramatically different from the 70s through the 90s. In today’s classrooms, students are as diverse as there are countries. Public school districts over the past twenty year have improved the curriculum to meet the demanding requirements for students of mixed racial ethnicity, languages, and cultures. Therefore, teachers must plan lessons and teaching to meet those students’needs and understanding and make learning fun and exciting. That’s why I have created This Unique Educator’s Guide to Learning and Retention.     Teachers are now required more than ever to diversify instruction in the classroom to accommodate the ever-increasing population growth. During the 2014- 2015 school […]

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How Can You Get a Good Night Sleep Using Melatonin

How to Get a Good night Sleep using Melatonin

If you have ever taken Melatonin and did not receive the satisfaction of getting the sleep you expected, don’t despair. I did some research and found information that will explain How Can You Get a Good Night Sleep Using Melatonin. It’s been reported that over 1.3 million Americans take some melatonin supplement. Many find that they don’t get the relaxed restful sleep they expected. So why is this lack of sleep happening? Did you know that melatonin is a natural sleep hormone found in our bodies which helps us to enjoy a good night’s sleep especially when we’re younger. As we get older the melatonin tends to decrease. At about age 50 we lose about 50% and at age 70 we have lost an unimaginable amount of about 75%. There are a number of factors that may give to the loss of this hormone. Caffeine, soda, energy drinks, smoking, prolong […]

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A Collection of Poems

A Collection of Poems

I recently worked on A Collection of Poems that I would like to share with you. Several of the poems show my personal experience and others were written as a result of my feelings at the time. I hope that you will enjoy A collection of poems and feel free to share those. It Saddens Me It saddens me when I think of the days passed. We were so young and carefree and without a care in the world. I dwell on the many holiday celebrations when we traveled for miles to be a part of our family tradition. How we shared our special recipes, gifts, and stories we cherished. Our children and later grandchildren bonded and shared their own unique styles as we often watched in admiration. It saddens me as I reminisced on the growing years that we spent so much time arguing over trivial things which mattered […]

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An Educator’s Guide

The Educator's Guide

This post will give an overview of An Educator’s Guide which will offer tips and help with starting the new school year. Each week until the last week in August 2016, I will provide practical information and resources to help make your new year a great and successful journey. This information presented is my contribution to the hard working and caring educators. This Educators’Guide was developed with you, the educator in mind. It is a great tool for new teachers and will serve as a resource for more experienced teachers. Learning is a process and we never get to the point where we feel that we’ve learned everything. As an educator your task is to search and research to learn new and successful ways to bring continuous learning to your students and to your folders of knowledge. That is one reason educators and other state employees and business owners with […]

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Our Education System is Obsolete In 2016

Our Education System is Obsolete in 2016

Our Education System is Obsolete in 2016 and has been for over a decade and there is little change in sight for our nations youngsters. Law makers continue to blame the teachers and teachers blame the school districts. Putting blame on one another will not solve the problems that our schools face.   From the seventies to the eighties when I taught math to middle school children our training came from the textbooks. There were no computers and technology was not in anyone’s vocabulary. In the late eighties the DOS system was introduced and that system was difficult to learn but most of us managed to learn how to use it. Then came Microsoft and it was a great relief. Educators were trained with its use and the rest is history. Gigantic cell phones were invented at that time and the only thing you could do with those were to […]

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