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What Is the Difference Between a Telecommunications Specialist & an IT Specialist?
by cusideabelincoln in Business
In the early days of communications technology, most people working in the field were referred to as telephone or telecommunications specialists. Providing basic telephone service and products to homes and businesses was the main focus. The birth of computers and the field of information technology spawned the need for professionals with specialized education, resulting in the career of IT special

How to Become a BPO & REO Specialist
by Mike in Business
In the real estate agent's world, the REO is a job, while the BPO is tool. REO stands for "real estate owned," and is a term for a house that was taken back in foreclosure by the bank or lending institution. The bank, or its asset management company, generally puts it up for sale to the general public. For a real estate agent to gain the listing for this property, she needs to compile a

How to get a job as a SEO specialist
by Naveen in Careers & Job Searching
A SEO specialist is a person who knows a little of just about everything there is to know about making a website effective. In making a website effective, a SEO specialist has several responsibilities. Those responsibilities include knowing the ins and outs of search engine optimization. Other key responsibilities include giving recommendations to clients on how to improve their website.
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What Is a VAT Specialist?
by deshao in Legal
In the United Kingdom, or UK, Value Added Tax, or VAT, is a sales tax applied to the sale of goods and services. VAT specialists are used by some businesses to prepare and file VAT returns. VAT AgentsOnly authorized VAT agents are able to register for VAT and file VAT returns on behalf of UK businesses. Registered agents are typically firms of accountants or specialist tax advisers, including l
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How to Become an IT Specialist
by ArmHead in Careers & Job Searching
Information Technology (IT) is a diverse, broad career field. In fact, the demand for IT specialists is expected to increase 30 percent between 2008 and 2018, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Whether you are interested in planning, installing or maintain information technology, there are steps you need to take to become an IT specialist.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions How t

HR Specialist Training
by tedrodai in Careers & Job Searching
A Human Resources Specialist deals with all aspects of the labor relations of a company. This includes the hiring and firing of employees, dealing with compensation and benefits, and handling new-hire orientation. A specialist handles employee complaints and deals with company policies and procedures. Depending upon the size of the corporation, a specialist deals directly with the employees, or ov

What Is a Coding Specialist?
by David Bjornn in Careers & Job Searching
Medical coding is part of a reimbursement and reporting function within the health care industry. Codes are assigned by specially trained professionals called coders, or coding specialists. Coding specialists do not work directly with patients, but instead fulfill business responsibilities within health care. However, coding specialists must understand both the clinical side of medicine and the bu

How to Become a Veterinarian Specialist
by Jorgemr in Business
Veterinarians can specialize in one particular area of veterinary medicine. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 39 veterinary medical specialties recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association as of May 2010. Becoming a veterinarian specialist requires extensive education and training beyond the completion of college. The training can be worth the time. According to t

EEO Specialist Job Descriptions
by Mattias Reichel in Careers & Job Searching
The initials EEO stand for Equal Employment Opportunity. The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was formed to enforce all federal employment discrimination laws. An EEO specialist is a human-resources professional hired by an organization to conduct discrimination-complaint investigations and perform audits of his employer's recruitment and employment practices for the purpose o

How to Become a Dentist Specialist
by Erenhardt in Careers & Job Searching
A dentist diagnoses and treats health problems in the mouth. While most dentists are general practitioners, some dentists pursue additional years of training in order to specialize in a specific area of dentistry. If you need braces or a root canal, your general dentist will refer you to visit a dentist specialist. For example, patients with braces will see an orthodontist and those in need of a r

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