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  • College graduates' resumes have only seconds to grab employers' attention
    completed surveys employers are only willing to spend a few seconds scanning resumes before they decide whether it is worthy of the interview or toss pile As a result graduates need to craft resumes in which every word counts Additionally today s employers are looking for specific qualities in job candidates such as a strong work ethic the ability to be a team player and initiative Eight out of ten employers who review the resumes of potential college hires are seeking evidence of leadership skills said Andrea Koncz NACE s employment information manager In addition 75 percent of employers are looking for problem solving skills If college graduates want to find a job that matches the specific skills they possess they may want to take a career test RELATED ARTICLES Monday is the best day to apply for a job Report highlights disconnect between job seekers and hiring managers Students don t have to attend top colleges to get a job More NEWS CATEGORIES IQ Test Information Kids IQ Test Information Personality Test Information Career Test Information Other Test Information Free Career Test Want Career Options Find what career best suits your personality Management Aptitude Test Management Material See if

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  • Healthy lungs may make problem solving easier
    problems and process information later in life Researchers discovered the link after analyzing data from a Swedish study on reduced pulmonary function and its effects on participants As a result the researchers recommend people do whatever they can to keep their lungs healthy now so their cognitive abilities do not suffer in the future Maintaining an exercise routine and stopping smoking would be two primary methods said Charles Emery a professor of psychology at the University and the study s lead author Nutritional factors and minimizing environmental exposure to pollutants also come into play Based on these findings individuals who are regularly exposed to cigarette smoke and other forms of air pollution may want to take an IQ test to see how their cognitive functions are coping RELATED ARTICLES Why that social media IQ test is inaccurate Genetic IQ tests to begin in China Improving critical thinking skills More NEWS CATEGORIES IQ Test Information Kids IQ Test Information Personality Test Information Career Test Information Other Test Information Free IQ Test What s your IQ Find out with our fun PhD Certified interactive test Where will Your IQ Score Emerge on the Chart Below 80 90 below average 90 110 average

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  • Jobseekers could become victims of identity theft
    com while others end up sending applications through multiple company websites Although the internet has revolutionized job hunting making it a lot easier for job seekers to find openings and for recruiters to find jobseekers commonsense is required in order to protect yourself Stephen Cobb a cybersecurity expert with ESET a security software company told CBS MoneyWatch To avoid identity theft during the job search individuals should leave desirable information such as their Social Security number and date of birth off of their resume At the same time jobseekers need to make sure they are not falling for any online scams If a job opportunity sounds too good to be true individuals have a right to be skeptical When searching for employment opportunities something jobseekers do not have to be skeptical of is a career test Using the results of one of these assessments individuals can gain a better sense of the best profession for them RELATED ARTICLES Monday is the best day to apply for a job Report highlights disconnect between job seekers and hiring managers Students don t have to attend top colleges to get a job More NEWS CATEGORIES IQ Test Information Kids IQ Test Information Personality

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  • British youth proves wiser than Einstein and Hawking
    she is being challenged she also exercises her brain by participating in a Mensa after school problem solving club This organization helps gifted children like Olivia find work that challenges them and brings out their academic strengths The success of the Mensa enrichment club shows how with the right support students can excel and become the best in the world school principal Kay Askew told the news source Mensa a society for individuals with high IQs states that it is important for gifted children to feel challenged with their schoolwork or they run the risk of becoming bored in school This in turn can cause students to become disruptive in class or instill a dislike of academics RELATED ARTICLES Great books for gifted kids Pesticides associated with reduced cognitive development Improve brain function with the right foods More NEWS CATEGORIES IQ Test Information Kids IQ Test Information Personality Test Information Career Test Information Other Test Information Free IQ Test What s your IQ Find out with our fun PhD Certified interactive test Where will Your IQ Score Emerge on the Chart Below 80 90 below average 90 110 average intelligence 111 121 above average 122 130 highly intelligent 131 141

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  • Eating too much may lead to brain changes
    in saturated fat and refined sugar could alter the hippocampus the part of the brain that stores memories Too much unhealthy food in the system may change the hippocampus ability to suppress the need for more food that is high in calories What I think is happening is a vicious cycle of obesity and cognitive decline Davidson said The idea is you eat the high fat high calorie diet and it causes you to overeat because this inhibitory system is progressively getting fouled up And unfortunately this inhibitory system is also for remembering things and suppressing other kinds of thought interference If individuals feel like changes to the way they think have followed a significant weight gain they may want to consider taking an IQ test RELATED ARTICLES Why that social media IQ test is inaccurate Genetic IQ tests to begin in China Improving critical thinking skills More NEWS CATEGORIES IQ Test Information Kids IQ Test Information Personality Test Information Career Test Information Other Test Information Free IQ Test What s your IQ Find out with our fun PhD Certified interactive test Where will Your IQ Score Emerge on the Chart Below 80 90 below average 90 110 average intelligence

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  • Hiring set to rise this holiday season
    managers who will be overseeing this year s seasonal hiring Whereas only 51 percent of respondents said they would take on seasonal workers in 2011 a total of 63 percent of hiring managers said they would do the same this year In addition survey participants reported they would hire an average of 6 1 seasonal employees This year there are strong indications that there should be substantial movement in getting us back to the kinds of holiday hiring levels we were accustomed to prior to the recession said Jason Hamilton Snagajob s vice president of marketing Right now jobseekers may want to consider taking a career test to ensure that when holiday openings do appear they are applying for the right positions for them RELATED ARTICLES Monday is the best day to apply for a job Report highlights disconnect between job seekers and hiring managers Students don t have to attend top colleges to get a job More NEWS CATEGORIES IQ Test Information Kids IQ Test Information Personality Test Information Career Test Information Other Test Information Free Career Test Want Career Options Find what career best suits your personality Management Aptitude Test Management Material See if you have what it

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  • Some surgeries may lead to cognitive impairments
    and the Aging Brain Center at Hebrew SeniorLife worked with 225 patients at least 60 years old who were scheduled to undergo heart surgery of some kind The results which appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that in the year following heart surgery delirium can indeed influence cognitive decline More than half a million heart surgeries are performed each year said Edward Marcantonio the study s co lead author Our findings provide important information that might help doctors design interventions to improve the outcomes of older adults undergoing cardiac surgeries A possible defense against cognitive impairments While heart surgery patients may not be able to prevent changes to their brain following their procedures Canadian researchers found that cognitive training could prove beneficial to individuals who have undergone coronary bypass surgery If people s memory and attention are targeted they may be able to lessen the impact of their mental impairments In my opinion this is a very useful discovery as it suggests that patients should receive cognitive training in addition to the usual medical follow up said Louis Bherer who worked on the study An additional burden for cancer patients Those who undergo heart surgery are not the only ones who are at risk of developing cognitive problems Sometimes specific medical treatments can also have an impact on patients cognitive abilities Livestrong states that many cancer patients also struggle with cognitive changes In some cases the mental problems individuals encounter are almost to be expected For instance those who have developed a tumor in their central nervous system or received chemotherapy and radiation on the brain may experience changes to their mental ability At the same time chemotherapy and radiation do not have to be administered on the brain for cognitive problems to follow as Livestrong says

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  • Gifted education takes many forms
    Giving gifted students a choice In Texas educators at The Rainard School for Gifted Students believe in giving pupils the choice to learn what they want KHOU reported They understand that gifted children learn at a different pace and as a result may lose interest in what pupils their age tend to learn about One student who has benefitted from enrolling in The Rainard School is Annalisa Tomicic who began to lose interest in attending classes at her previous institution I would say now it s very different Tara Tomicic Annalisa s mother told the news source She comes home she talks about what she learned She s excited to go I ve never heard her once say she didn t want to go to school At The Rainard School every student has an IQ over 130 These children gather in small classrooms that are often interest based This in turn provides kids with a choice as to what they learn about which prevents them from growing bored A different kind of field trip Gifted students from Pennsylvania s Laurel High School recently had an opportunity to visit Allegheny General Hospital the New Castle News reported However this was far from the average field trip as these kids got to see surgeons perform an aortic valve replacement For students like Rachael Baker who has aspirations of one day entering the medical field the chance to observe the surgery was an eye opening experience Someone s life is in the hands of these doctors Baker said I wouldn t be averse to working in an OR I left with a whole new perspective To see diagrams and pictures of the heart is one thing but we saw a chest opened up RELATED ARTICLES Great books for gifted kids Pesticides associated with

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