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by Ron Kurtus

Readers have sent in a total of 84 comments and questions on Career issues. They are listed according to date.

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Resources Resume resource USA
Resources Suggested resource Germany
General Computer Science vs Chemical Engineering Uganda
Resources Suggested resource USA
General Want a job with Google or Facebook India
Resources Suggested resources USA
General Suggested resource USA
General Wants to study aeronautical engineering South Africa
Find Online Excellent work USA
General Studying for a Diploma in Water Engineering Zambia

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Resume resource

Topic: Resources


February 14, 2020

While browsing for career-related resources, I came across this page on your website. I must say, it’s brilliantly compiled resources contains a lot of insightful takeaways on how to master the art of resume writing.

It's a no-brainer that to excel in job search, one needs a professional resume which can create a long-lasting impact on the recruiter.

As a career expert, I want to share my expertise in writing an extensive resume and cover letter guides with your audience.

I wrote an exhaustive 5000+ words guide titled [2020 Guide to Resume Outline] which I believe would immensely benefit your website audiences. Along with in-depth content and modern designs, it contains ready-to-use templates that your users can customize as per their requirements.


Aditya - USA



I am glad you found the material useful. I added a link to your Guide to Writing a Resume Outline at:

Best wishes for success in your work.

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Suggested resource

Topic: Resources


May 18, 2019

Hey School for Champions Editors,
I was doing some research on interview tips and noticed that you have this killer resource page on your site: . Awesome job!

Since you’re clearly an authority on the subject, I thought you’d be interested in checking out my article on "Best Interview Practices for Job Seekers". It’s super in-depth and I think it would make an awesome addition to your resource page (especially as your readers would love and benefit from it immensely).

Here’s the link if you’d like to check it out:

CEO Cleverism

Martin - Germany



Thanks for the suggested resource. I added a link at

Best wishes for success in your work.

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Computer Science vs Chemical Engineering

Topic: General


April 30, 2019

which of the two can i study to be employed easily: 1.bachelors in computer science. 2.bachelors in chemical engineering.

atuhaire - Uganda



There is a demand for college graduates in both areas of study. The most important thing to consider is which are are you most skilled and that you enjoy the type of work.

Note that Computer Science is often used along with Chemical Engineering, so studying both would be good.

It is good to check with companies in your area to see what they have to offer. In this way, you can tell the potential and wages for the type of job you select.

For example, check out:

Computer Programming jobs:

and Chemical Engineering jobs:

I hope that helps. Best wishes for success in your career.

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Suggested resource

Topic: Resources


May 1, 2018

Hey Ron,

My Name is Andrei and I just came across your career resources page.

As this page has some really great resources, I thought you may also be interested in some free professional resume templates I put together here:

These templates could make a nice addition to your career resources page and provide a lot of value to your visitors.

Anrei - USA



Thanks for the resource. I added a link on the Career Resources page.

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Want a job with Google or Facebook

Topic: General


January 30, 2018

sir, i am a 11th class student from india .what should i do for becoming an software engineer at top it compneies like google and facebook.

yogesh - India



It is good to have a dream of becoming a software engineer with companies such as Google and Facebook.

You can get information from Google Jobs and Facebook Careers.

However, it is best to start near home, perhaps getting an apprenticeship with an IT company in your community. You really need some good experience before getting hired with a major company.

Best wishes for success in achieving your goals. I am sure you will do well.

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Suggested resources

Topic: Resources


May 24, 2017

Hi Ron,

I hope you're having a nice week so far. I'm Cara from Eventbrite, the largest self-service ticketing platform in the world that helps people find and plan events. I know you're very busy so thank you in advance for reading this!

I came across page on your site and I'd like to introduce our article as a resource for those looking to explore a career in event planning. Would you consider listing us on your page? The article is here:

Thank you again for your time and I look forward to hearing from you!


Cara - USA



Thanks for the suggestion. I added links to your resources on our Career Resources page.

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Suggested resource

Topic: General


September 20, 2016

Just a quick note to let you know there is a broken link on your page:

Broken link:

I recently published a new resource for MBA degrees:

It might make a nice addition to your page.
Either way, I hope this helps you out and keep up the great work with the site!

Landyn - USA



thanks for letting me know about the broken link. I removed that item and added a link to your MBA resource at Career Resources.

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Wants to study aeronautical engineering

Topic: General


June 3, 2016

hei I want to know what if I want to study aeronautical engineering while it minimum requirement it level 5 on mathematics,6 on English as a first additional language.....the total aps is I'm asking regarding my results on each subject as I have obtained the following results:
English -48%
Zulu -58%
Mathematics -58%
Physical sciences -58%
Life sciences -52%
Geography -63%

Therefore my total APS is 33.4 excluding Life Orientation?

siboniso - South Africa



Certainly, you need to get good grades in the physical sciences and mathematics to become an aeronautical engineer.

See Career Planet - Aeronautical Engineer to see the requirements and other factors of the career in South Africa.

Best wishes in your studies and career decision.

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Excellent work

Topic: Find Online


April 10, 2016

Came across School For Champions today - Excellent work on putting together a resource job seekers can actually use!

Aaron - USA



Thanks for the feedback.

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Studying for a Diploma in Water Engineering

Topic: General


March 27, 2016

Hello school of Champions, My name's are MWEETWA MUNDIA and im a Zambian citizen.
Im currently studying for a Diploma in Water Engineering at THE NATURAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COLLEGE right here in my country.
It will give me great joy and happiness if you can help me with several Websites where i can read and download videos pattering to FLUID MECHANICS, BASIC ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS and AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING.
Thank you for your consideration.

Mweetwa - Zambia



There are a number of YouTube videos on Fluid Mechanics. Also see the subject in Wikipedia.

You can download a free Engineering Mathematics book.

I hope that helps. Best wishes with your studies.

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