Interact with customers to provide answers involving a company’s product or services along with serving them through exceptional customer service and care. Good people skills are a must and in these types of jobs, you are often the “face” of the company.
Food and beverage serving and related team members perform a variety of customer service, sales, safety/health, food preparation, and cleaning duties in full-service restaurants, casual dining eateries, fine dining, and other eating and drinking places.
Save money in the long run by learning to do-it-yourself (DIY)! With the proper tools and know-how, you can impress your family members with your newly developed skill sets. Be sure to observe all safety precautions, though. DIY can be rewarding, but remember, “safety first!”
Medical Professionals are generally classified as any medical professionals, other than medical doctors or nurses, who have direct contact with patients in a clinical setting. Healthcare professionals work in nearly all departments and specialties, including radiology, cardiology, and surgery. Most allied professionals will work at larger clinics or hospitals, but some may find jobs in doctor’s offices and labs.
GED (General Educational Development) Test Preparation
Want a better job or maybe you just want to take some college courses, but you didn’t finish high school? That’s okay. HeadCrack offers free practice sessions to prepare you for these five GED Tests:*
- Language Arts/Writing
- Language Arts/Reading
- Mathematics (Parts 1 and 2)
- Social Studies
*The GED Testing Program is used to certify high school-level knowledge and skills. The tests may only be taken at official testing centers and provide a uniform measure of high school achievement. The GED tests are nationally recognized as a measure of high school knowledge and skills. For example, upon passing the GED Tests in Oklahoma, you will receive an Oklahoma State high school diploma.