Monday, December 31, 2012

Do you have a business idea for the New Year? If yes, let IWRITE do the rest!

  Do you have a business idea, and have you discovered your "niche"? If yes, let IWRITE do the rest! Attention Start-Up Businesses! Let IWRITE help you find your "niche", by getting a business plan done. Bring in the New Year with NO FEAR, with your BUSINESS IDEA! Contact an IWRITE professional today!


Friday, November 30, 2012

Make your new year resolution by getting a business plan!

2013 is quickly approaching! Make a new year resolution by getting a business plan for start-ups, and existing businesses! Contact an IWRITE consultant today, you will be glad that you did!
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The future is in your hands!


The future is in your hands! “WRITE the vision And make it plain on tablets that he may run who reads it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time;But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie.Though it tarries, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry."-Habakkuk 2:2-3

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Small Business Saturday Sale: Resume Services for Only $10!!

Small Biz Saturday Sale: Resume Services Done for Only $10!!

Get Resume Services Done for Only $10! Sale Today Nov. 24th thru Sunday Nov. 25th.

Get Your Resume Prepared for Your Next Job or Career Opportunity Now!

Here's how to get your resume service done in two easy steps within 24 hours or less!

  1. Contact an IWRITE professional now our Contact Page for a 5 minute consultation. Have your current resume or information and skills ready to be emailed to your IWRITE representative when you contact them.
  2. Once, you and an IWRITE professional agree on services, go to our Pricing Page and pay for your resume services online (you will receive your finalized document via email) OR pay in person.

**NOTE: If you live in the Columbia, SC area, you can arrange to meet us.

And that's it. Our resume professionals will have a carefully crafted and updated resume for you in less than 24 hours, so you can be on your way to showcasing your skills on your next interview.

Here's some of our other highly sought after services you may need:
  • Typing Papers
  • Portfolios, Cover letters
  • Powerpoint Presentation
  • Business Plan Writing
  • Academic Tutoring Services

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Monday, October 22, 2012

Recent Job Gains in African American Community Led By Black Women, Report Says

Black women job gains in Sept. 2012

Recent Job Gains in African American Community Led By Black Women, Report Says

Take a look at news we found about growing job gains for African Americans below:

One report says black women are 'doing it for themselves' when it comes to geting back into the workforce during our struggling job market. We can report to that black women are leading the way in the new jobs created in the black community.

Read report below:
The economy added 114,000 jobs last month, on top of an upward revision of 86,000 jobs to July and August. The private sector has added jobs for 31 consecutive months, and after coming into office in the depths of the Great Recession, President Barack Obama has created more than a million jobs over his first term. For the first time since he took office, the unemployment rate is below 8 percent, hitting 7.8 percent in September.
Meanwhile, the share of African Americans with a job edged up from 52.7 percent to 53.0 percent and the unemployment rate fell to 13.4 percent, after hovering just above 14 percent for the past three months. Among adults ages 20 and over, all of the gains for African Americans were among women. Although the share of black adult women overall employed rose from 55.1 percent to 55.3 percent, the share of black adult men employed fell from 57.7 percent to 57.5 percent. Both adult men and women, however, have seen their employment rate rise over the past year 0.5 percentage points.
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Last month’s decline in the unemployment rate was driven by large reported employment gains, with 873,000 people indicating that they got a job in September. This is an exceptionally large one-month gain in reported employment, and therefore we should interpret it carefully. Higher employment is consistent with data from the establishment survey, however, and while the pace of reported employment in the household survey will likely be slower in the months to come, it is clear that employment is rising.
Both men and women reported increased employment, with 67.5 percent of adult men (ages 20 and over) reporting having a job in September — up from 67.0 percent a year ago — and 55.1 percent of adult women reporting having a job — up from 55.0 percent a year ago. Employment grew most for workers with some college or more, while falling for workers with only a high school diploma.
Though the percentages don't seem very high or appear to make a big difference, we assume the amount of people getting new jobs is a good thing. Its obvious we are still a long way from making some huge strides for both male and female job seekers. Read more HERE
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Monday, October 8, 2012

Get Resume Ready! New Careers Offered in Columbia, SC Area

Get Resume Ready! New Careers Offered in Columbia, SC Area

There are new job postings available in Columbia, SC and the surrounding areas. If you want to be ready for the positions now open, make sure to get your resume ready with one of our IWRITE 
professionals. Contact us today!

Here are some of the job postings in the Columbia, SC area.

  1. Richland County School District One- Some of the jobs available are: Principals, Teachers, Coaches, Nurses, etc. Apply HERE
  2. Lexington Medical Center-  Some of the jobs available are: Occupation Therapist Assistant, Medical Office Tech, Physical Therapist, etc. Apply HERE
  3. Lexington Richland School District 5-  Some of the jobs available are: School Bus Driver, etc. Apply HERE
  4. First Citizens Bank-  Some of the jobs available are: Staff Appraiser, Loan Operations Specialist, Client Support Specialist, Recruiter, etc. Apply HERE
  5. Palmetto Health-  Some of the jobs available are: Registered Nurse, RN Occupational, Physical Therapist Assistant, Dental Assistant.
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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Holiday Job Hiring is Booming While Job Cuts Happening Across America

Holiday Hiring going on now!!

Holiday Job Hiring is Booming While Job Cuts Happening Across America

The Bad News: We are still concerned about the job cuts going on in America. The government and others are downplaying the recession rumors but our economy is still struggling and this includes many companies and corporations like Staples, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America.

The Good News: While there are still many companies struggling in this economy, we need to stay positive and look to brighter things. The holidays will soon be upon us and retailers are hiring now!
According to reports, retailers are getting ready and anticipating a booming holiday shopping season.

Get your 'resume ready' for the the Seasonal Hiring as well as long term career positions with 

So, they are starting early with their seasonal job hiring with over 700,000 jobs up for grabs.
Here are some retailers who are accepting applications now:
  • Kohl's plans to hire more than 52,000 workers
  • Walmart will add about 50,000 temporary positions nationwide
  • Target is expected to add as many as 90,000
  • Toys R Us is gearing up by hiring 45,000 seasonal workers nationwide
  • Macy's to hire 80000 temporary holiday staffers
  • UPS hiring Seasonal Delivery Drivers
  • Advance Auto Parts
So, let's keep positive and upbeat. There is a bright future for us all if we stay encouraged and reach for our goals. Get your resume polished so you can stand out from the crowd!


Monday, September 24, 2012

Upper Savannah Job Fair at Greenwood Mall On Sept. 26th

**GET Your Resume Ready For the Event** 

Contact IWRITE and get your resume completed quickly for any event!

Upper Savannah Job Fair

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

10:00 am until 3:00 pm

at Greenwood Mall

Intersection of U.S. 25 and S.C. 72

 Meet employers (production, medical, retail, & more)


  • Find out about full-time and part-time opportunities
  • Learn about training options to prepare for a career
  • Workshops
  • Students welcome

    Professional Dress Required

For more information on the Job Fair visit:

New Job Fairs for Sept. 2012 in Columbia, SC and Surrounding Areas

New Job Fairs for Sept. 2012 in Columbia, SC and Surrounding Areas

We have provided some job fairs going on this month. If you want to be ready for any event with a fresh and polished resume, then you need to  contact us. An IWRITE professional can create a professional resume that will have employers interested in you on the spot.

Job Fairs for September 2012

Veterans Enrichment Fair
September 27, 2012, 10am - 4pm
National Guard Armory
3528 Platt Springs Road
West Columbia, SC 29170
Hiring Our Heroes
Thursday, September 27, 2012, 9am - 12pm
Spartanburg SC National Guard Armory
301 N Campus Blvd
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Hiring Our Heroes Flyer

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Friday, September 21, 2012

Be 'Resume-Ready' for 2012 Fall Business Expo for FREE on Sept. 27th

Be 'Resume-Ready' for 2012 Fall Business Expo on Sept. 27th

Here's another HUGE opportunity to get noticed by over 100 recruiting employees this month! If you have been seeking a new job or career, this is the event to attend! 

Make sure your resume is up for the test and contact IWRITE for a new and professional resume before the big event.

Below is the details of the Business Expo:

The Moore School's Fall Business Expo, exclusively for business students, will be held on Thursday, September 27, 2012. This event is FREE!

You can Download PDF here

Location: Colonial Life Arena
801 Lincoln Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Contact:  Dawn F. Marshá
Manager of Employer Integration
This event provides employers an opportunity to meet students from the nationally ranked IMBA program, as well as the master’s level students in human resources, accounting, our part-time MBA for working professionals, and the Master of International Business program. You'll also meet more than 500 qualified undergraduate students, including those enrolled in the nationally ranked undergraduate international business specialty and global supply chain and operations management programs.

Employers are able to:
  • Meet students in a career fair setting
  • Conduct information sessions
  • Interview candidates for internships and full-time positions
  • Meet our faculty and staff
All employers benefit from attending, even those who currently have no job openings. This talented group of students is worth meeting, even if only as a future talent source. Space is limited—register now through USC JobMate.

Participating Employers

These employers participated in the Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 Business Expo events:

AFLAC, HSBC Holdings, Kohls, Amazon, BB&T, New York Life, BMW Manufactoring Co and nearly 100 more employers. See full list of participating employers HERE


Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Black Owned Business Booming with Business Plans Backing Them Up

Black Owned Business Booming with Business Plans Backing Them Up

According to Michigan Black Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ken Harris, African-American businesses are growing at a rate three times the national average.

Harris substantiates the reason for this tremendous growth is partly that many younger adults are choosing to turn their passions of an idea into a business that will sustain them and their families.

"And, so entrepreneurship is extremely attractive," said  Ken Harris. "That's why we have a Chamber of Commerce to really nurture and develop young entrepreneurs; to put the types of resources in place that will allow them to benefit, to build their businesses more than just a one-employee business. But, more importantly, to compete globally."
Source: WWJ

This proves that anyone who has an idea and is truly passionate about it can bring it to life. With a professional attitude, tenacity and a bold persona, anyone can create a lifestyle for themselves and their families by putting it into action.

In order to be noticed and be able to compete, every business owner needs to start off writing down their business goals and aspirations in a formal written structure. This written structure is none other than a business plan carefully crafted to suite your business model and goals. 

We here at IWRITE can help you create a business plan that will help guide you through your business venture step by step.

Contact your IWRITE professional today for a consultation for your business plan!

Monday, September 10, 2012

'Powerful Writing Skills' Book Will Improve Your Writing For the Future


Need help writing? This book includes useful rules for writing better paragraphs, sentences, spelling, punctuation, proofreading skills, and so much more. Everyone needs this book!!!

Monday, September 3, 2012

Get Your Resume Prepared for Upcoming September Job and Career Fairs

Get Your Resume Prepared for Upcoming September Job and Career Fairs

It's time to get in gear for a new month and a renewed sense of what the future has for you. There are job and career fairs coming up that may be a great opportunity for many people in this struggling economy.

While searching for a new job or career may be in your pathway, have you had your resume updated lately? Does your resume need some grooming?

In order to stand out from the rest of the job seekers, you must have an updated, concise and focused resume to present to potential employers. Job fairs are great places to show off your talents and achievements in the workforce with a professionally crafted resume. IWRITE can help you with your resume, portfolio and cover letter needs.

So, if you are ready to get busy and make your presence for some of these great job opportunities in your area, then you must first have IWRITE take a look at your resume to ensure you don't get looked over by recruiting employees.

Contact an IWRITE professional now and get your resume completed quickly!

Take a look below for job and career fairs you may want to attend and we wish you success:

PLS is holding a Customer Service and Management Job Fair on: 

Thursday, September 13th, 2012 from 9am-5pm at:
  • The Holiday Inn Charlotte Airport & Conference Center
  • 2707 Little Rock Road
  • Charlotte, North Carolina 28214                

USC Career Center "Fall 2012 Career Fest/ SET Fair"

Did you know? Resume Do's and Dont's...

When it comes to preparing a resume, we often times stress over the 'process' period. It doesn't have to be that way at all! There are key factors that we must remember while preparing a resume. First thing first, KEEP IT SHORT. I have to say this again, KEEP IT SHORT. Why? The shorter it is, the better it becomes. For some reason we have it process in our minds that the longer the resume the better the impact will be. Absolutely not! And here's the reason why...

The length of the resume should only be one page. Yes, you read that correctly ONE PAGE. Why? Employers nowadays, are getting away from collecting paper. Everything is electronic including: applications, new hire paperwork, and payment selection. Collaborating is the key while preparing  a resume. Try to condensed everything in that one page that you possible can. Condensing represents being cohesive.

Get away from 'fancy' paper. For some reason many think that because they have their resume on glossy or laminated paper, that it will draw attention. Not! Did you know that 95% of the time, managers don't keep resumes? Don't put too much emphasizes on the look. keep it simple, clean, and straight to the point. You want to impress the hiring manager what's on the resume, not so much on how it looks.

If you remember these key factors, your resume will get you that job you have been waiting for!

                                                            "Write On!" - IWRITE, Ltd Co.

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 Need a resume for that dream job? Or maybe you just need to update your resume. IWRITE is at your service to assist you! If interested, please contact Ronda or Latonya Jett.

Friday, August 24, 2012

9 Tips on How to Make an Essay Shine


 9 Tips on How to Make an Essay Shine

Here are nine tips on how to make an essay shine by paying attention to simple writing rules.
A good essay is not simply about content; the elements of style are equally important if a piece of writing is to receive top marks. An argument cannot be persuasive, incisive or elegant, if it is not lucid, and it will not be clear if it has not been redrafted, revised and rewritten several times over. The following reminders about writing will help produce well-rounded, and well-written essays.

Tip #1: Concise Essay Writing

In an effort to reach the required word limit, students often pad their essay with extra words mistakenly thinking that how much they write is more important that how they write. This is usually a sign that a student does not know what they want to say or are short on ideas. The result is papers that use lots of words but say nothing. A general rule is that less is more when it comes to essay writing. This does not mean that sentences should be short, but that students should make every word count

 Three tips for eliminating wordiness includes:

1) use the active voice. "Shirley loves Bob" is concise and active. The passive form is longer and less concise, "Bob is loved by Shirley."

2) Avoid phrases such as "It can be seen that," or "due to the fact that," "In this essay I will argue that." These are wordy and unnecessary. An argument , for example, should be clear without having to announce it to the reader.

3) Prune. Read each sentence and eliminate unnecessary words; "there are many women who never marry" can be shortened to "many women never marry" without changing the meaning.

Tip #2 The Art of Writing is Re-writing

Rewriting is the essence of all writing. It involves evaluating and reading each sentence from the perspective of a skeptical critic – is it clear? Is it relevant? Does it serve the argument in the best way possible? Be honest. Then re-write. And re-read. And revise. After a bout of late-night writing, re-read everything in the cold light of morning. Do not be surprised if ideas no longer seem as brilliantly conceived, or as beautifully expressed.

Tip #3 Proofreading an Essay... Read more at Campus Life Suite 101 

If you need help typing your papers this upcoming school year, make sure to contact one of our IWRITE professionals. IWRITE can help you get your papers revised and typed so you get on with other things in life.  Contact us today! 

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Become a Better Writer Through Revision

Become a Better Writer Through Revision 
If you ever want to be successful at writing better and taking it to the next level, you will soon learn that revision makes all the difference.

Our friends at Writing Forward have some great advice for anyone including undergraduate and graduate students:

Some writers love the revision process; others think it’s a drag. Regardless of how you feel about revising your work, one thing is certain: if you want to produce better writing (and become a better writer), then revision is absolutely essential.

Revise What?

We use the terms “first draft” or “rough draft” when we are composing a piece of writing because almost every single project is going to have to go through a revision (or two, or three, four, or more). But what does that mean? How is it done? And what are the benefits?

We’ve already discussed the difference between proofreading and editing. Where does revision fit into all of that?

If you need help typing and revising your papers this coming semester, its not too late to contact us her at IWRITE. We can help you get the best grades possible from your written papers.

To revise means to change or alter. In the world of writing, revise means “to alter something already written or printed, in order to make corrections, improve, or update: to revise a manuscript.” (

Generally speaking, revision involves making substantial changes to make the writing better. In fiction, this could involve changing characters’ names, realigning the plot, or re-sequencing the scenes. In other types of writing, revision might involve major structural changes (moving chapters around) or a content overhaul (adding, removing, or changing information). Sometimes, revision means rewriting a project entirely.


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Learn From the Best: Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit 2012 [VIDEOS]


Learn From the Best: Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit 2012

If you missed the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit 2012 this year, watch the highlights and learn from the best how to present your business and go after what you need for its development.

Get a professional business plan and portfolio done for your business TODAY

Watch videos below:

Learn more at the BE Events website.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Entrepreneur Freedom: How To Manage Your Free Time Wisely and Successfully

 Entrepreneur Freedom: How To Manage Your Free Time Wisely and Successfully

Susan Strayer for Young Entrepreneur Council has some great information for those of us who need to manage their entrepreneur freedom. Don't take this advice lightly. To be successful at any business, even the free time you gain, needs to be used wisely for your business.

Read more to find out why and hear her story:

This isn’t my first entrepreneurial rodeo. I started my first business in the early 2000s, before I was lured back into corporate America and all its fancy resources, stability and brand names. But after five years of the so-called stability, I was ready for that freedom again—freedom to tweet, to travel and ideate. Freedom to speak as I saw fit, to work where I wanted and to manage my own time. That’s just not possible in corporate America.

I get it—there are brands and images to protect, a voice to maintain. But I’m from Philadelphia, and we’re just not quiet people.

Unfortunately, another run at entrepreneurship came with an unexpected freedom—freedom from focus. All this newfound freedom meant zero accountability to anyone but myself. Before I knew it, I was spending more time tweeting than consulting, more time having coffee than getting new business. As an entrepreneur, freedom must be managed properly and use it for true business productivity. Here are four key ways to do just that:
  1. Avoid the downtime spiral. No more commute. No more required 9 to 5. No more endless executive approval meetings. It’s amazing how your calendar opens up! But it’s also easy to fill because initially, you have the perception of having more downtime (at least until you really get the business cooking). All of that flexibility means you can visit Mom and Dad during the week, or extend that weekend by an extra day. But it also means you quickly turn well-deserved downtime into wasted time. Instead, schedule your downtime in a way that works for you...
  2. Use travel time wisely. Now that I’m not chained to a desk in a building on the other side of town, it’s easy for me to go anywhere for lunch or a meeting. Because of that, I often found myself spending more time in the car or on the subway than I did when I had a long commute to my corporate gig. I always offered to go to the person directly instead of meeting somewhere in between. Though there are cases where it’s appropriate and imperative to make that sacrifice, don’t always be the one to travel to an appointment...
  3. Be social with a purpose. As an entrepreneur, you can now use that limitless voice as loud and as often as you want. But it’s so easy to get sucked into a long Facebook conversation with a fellow entrepreneur, or join every live Twitter chat your industry has to offer. Stop. Instead, be purposeful with your time on social media...
  4. Be free from being an entrepreneur. While entrepreneurs are famous for living and breathing their businesses 24/7, there’s real value in stepping away, even if only briefly. I found that stepping away into something completely different is the best way to refocus.... Source
Susan Strayer gave some great information on managing your entrepreneur time. We can all use this knowledge to better our lives surrounding our business life.

To get focused again on what's important, if you do not have a business plan or need to create a new one for your new or existing business, you can get it done HERE at IWRITE. 

IWRITE professionals can help you turn your business ideas and goals into a winning and professional business plan.

Contact an IWRITE professional today!

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Get College Student Resume Writing Tips

Get College Student Resume Writing Tips 

Here are some great tips for college students who need help with their resumes:
Take inventory of your experiences prior to taking on the challenging task of crafting the precise language to compose your resume descriptions.

The most effective resumes are targeted towards a specific job or set of jobs highlighting the candidate's most relevant skills and experiences.

Paint a dynamic picture of yourself as you write descriptions of your experiences. Focus on the most active components of your role.

Start your descriptions with the most responsible and impressive elements of your experience. Your resume should include mostly the highlights of your individual experiences so feel free to leave out the mundane aspects!

Employers look for candidates who can generate positive results for their organization and add value. Review each of your experiences and try to portray any mini successes or accomplishments which you achieved in your role.

Those are just a few tips that should be able to get you on your way to a great resume. Along with those tips, you can also get a professional resume and a cover letter done in minutes for only $20 each!

If you need a resume done ASAP, Contact an IWRITE professional today!


Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Access Capital Sources for your New Business

Access Capital Sources for your New Business

The Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act is helping those with startups a way to get funds from fresh capital sources:

Right now, all sorts of nonprofit causes and entertainment projects can receive cash donations from ordinary people through crowdfunding websites such as,, and But because of securities laws intended to prevent fraud, for-profit businesses aren’t legally allowed to raise funds from large numbers of donors to finance their ventures without first registering with the Securities and Exchange Commission or complying with restrictive SEC regulations.

That’s soon to change with the Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act, designed to help startups tap sources of capital other than bank loans, venture capitalists, and angel funds. “Given the dire need for investments in startup and high-growth companies, lawmakers have been pushing to allow individuals to make $1,000 to $10,000 contributions in new or existing companies,” says Thomas “Danny” Boston, member of the Black Enterprise Board of Economists.
 The practice of crowdfunding appears to provide a reasonable way around this barrier, Boston says. However, he warns, it also could be easily abused since any would-be entrepreneurs could use crowdfunding for fraudulent undertakings.  Congress is still fiddling with the details, in part to make sure investors are well-protected. But Boston believes “to be successful, crowdfunding would need extensive transparency and regulatory controls to avoid abuse.”
 The Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act, which has bipartisan support, was approved by the House of Representatives last fall with the intent of making it less arduous, less expensive, and a lot quicker to raise seed funds and grow businesses. Startups could use crowdfunding without having to register first with the SEC to raise up to $2 million from an unlimited number of individuals who can invest up to $10,000 each. Current securities laws allow only accredited investors (such as someone with a $1 million net worth) to buy a financial stake in a business, with few exceptions. Entrepreneurs could use crowdfunding websites to post information about their businesses and offer perks such as T-shirts in exchange for financial donations. Source
While the Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act is planning to make way for funding for some deserving new businesses, new startup owners need to make sure they have a  professional business plan to present to these companies.

IWRITE can help you produce a business plan superior to the competition and in less time expected. 

Contact an IWRITE professional today to get your business plan prepared for presenting to banks, venture capitalists, etc.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Best Buy Jobs Cuts Only Mean Better Opportunities for Job Seekers

Best Buy Job Cuts 2012

We are always concerned with the job cut announcements we hear about. It seems like jobs are being cut by some of the biggest corporations in the world every month and some people are very concerned. Well, its no secret that our economy is still suffering and people are still looking for jobs with the rising unemployment rates.

Recent news tells us that Electronics retailer Best Buy Co. is laying off 600 staffers in its Geek Squad technical support division and 1,800 other store workers.

Fortunately for us, we can take reality for what it is and put our hopes and prayers into a better future without getting wrapped up in the slumped economy. There is hope and job cuts only mean there will be better opportunities coming to replace them.

If you have recently been laid off your job, you might want to update your resume. You can get the quickest and most professional resume done for you with IWRITE professionals at your service.

Try out their services today and get back in the job seeking market with a winning resume.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Healthcare Industry Accounts For Nearly Half of America's New Jobs

Healthcare Industry Accounts For Nearly Half of America's New Jobs

The Business Insider reports:

The economy added a net 69K new jobs in May, according to this morning's Non-Farm Payrolls report.
And nearly half can be attributed to one industry: Healthcare.

Over 30K new jobs were created in this industry.

What's more, as you can see in the chart below (which measures the monthly change in the industry), there hasn't been a single negative month in this industry all through the recession and recovery. Source

The growth of this industry is proving to be stellar for the long term professional.

This bit of valuable news reminds us that getting our resumes renewed and updated is very important, especially if you are seeking to plug into the healthcare industry. 

An IWRITE professional can help you with your resume and get you on your way to landing a promising position with a healthcare provider and institution.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Start Ups Will Fund Your College Education for FREE

Start Ups Will Fund Your College Education for FREE

How can anyone pass this up? Here's a company who has connections with start up businesses that want to pay you to go to college!  This is an awesome opportunity and they can't get it off the ground and successful if people don't come in and ask for the FREE assistance.
The founders of tech start-ups behind this revolutionary idea say they have already had success with their models, but they say there needs to be more momentum if their idea is to succeed.

"The 99% should be protesting college campuses," says Sebastian Thrun, a Stanford University artificial intelligence professor, who recently co-founded Udacity, a technology start-up dedicated to providing higher education at a very low cost.

With the average cost to attend a private university on the rise, more and more people, who have the intellectual capacity to excel at that level, are unable to afford it.

Thrun is helping to lead a new surge of Silicon Valley start-ups with the quest to "democratize education" or make advanced education available to all people. 
Will you take advantage of a free education and work in the tech field? It may also be time to get that resume updated for your new or advanced degree objectives. Get resume help here.

Monday, July 9, 2012

The First Step to a Successful Business: Writing a Business Plan Says Amazon Founder

 The First Step to a Successful Business: Writing a Business Plan

The advice below comes from the Founder and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos.

Jeff Bezos is an American entrepreneur who played a key role in the growth of e-commerce as the founder and chief executive officer of, Inc., an online merchant of books and later of a wide variety of products. Under his guidance, became the largest retailer on the World Wide Web and the model for Internet sales. -Wikipedia

"So, you want to start a company...Well, the first thing you do is you should write a business plan, and so I did that. I wrote about a 30-page business plan. I wrote a first draft.."

"You know the business plan won't survive its first encounters with reality. It will always be different. The reality will never be the plan, but the discipline of writing the plan forces you to think through some of the issues and to get sort of mentally comfortable in the space. Then you start to understand, if you push on this knob this will move over here and so on. So, that's the first step." -Source

Now is the time to get your business plan started. If you don't have a business plan, you will never really know exactly what you want to do; where you want to go and ultimately what your goals are for the future. A business plan can open many doors for you as well as make your business goals visually clear.

We are in the business of helping businesses start off right and get them going in the right direction.

IWRITE does business plans at an affordable rate. If you need help getting your thoughts and ideas on paper and need our expertise in writing a business plan for you, contact us now for a free consultation HERE.

Friday, July 6, 2012

Who Made The Best Startups List in 2011?

Best Startups in 2011

(photo courtesy of

Let's get inspired and ready to conquer the world with our startup business ideas. If you need to be motivated with seeing others make it happen and in a big way, check out the list of the 20 Best Startups in 2011. 

The Business Insider had the list of the best of 2011 below:

Simple (formerly called BankSimple)  wants to merge all accounts into one and do away with fees by splitting the net interest between all of the banks involved. It's partnering with Visa to create one, ultimate credit card that connects to all of its partner banks and 40,000 fee-free ATMs
Lytro is the first light field camera that allows you to "shoot now and focus later." Here's how it works: 1) Take a picture 2) Upload it 3) Click on a blurry section that you'd like to highlight 4) Watch the image instantly shift focus from 2D to 3D.

Betterworks is an employee rewards network for small businesses. Instead of having to scout out great deals for employees, small businesses and startups can use BetterWorks to offer their staff deals at local gyms, restaurants and more.

Zaarly is a local marketplace for real-time requests. Need chips at your party in five minutes? Find a neighbor on Zaarly who will do it now. Think Craigslist meets Twitter. is a way to listen to music online with groups of people. Users can join chat rooms and battle to become a DJ in a socially-integrated experience.
Oink is a recommendation app that lets you rate items at the venues you visit, like hamburgers and coffees.
General Assembly is a school for entrepreneurs with courses taught by the community and cheap desks to rent office space.

In order to compete with these few startups, you will need a business plan and portfolio done professionally.

Read about the others that are already successful and growing as we speak HERE

Friday, June 29, 2012

AAS Currently Has Several Pre/Post Doctoral/Graduate Positions for Scientists and Engineers

AAS Currently Has Several Pre/Post Doctoral/Graduate Positions Open for Scientists and Engineers

If you are one of the following:
  • Pre-doctoral/Graduate
  • Post-doctoral Graduate
 You have found this information at the right time.

Here are some of the career opportunity fields available for: 
  • Science Engineers
  • Science Managers
  • Software Engineer
  • Physicists
  • Mathematicians
  • Geologists
  • Engineers 
  • Astronomers
and more...

But you must hurry! The deadline for many of them are in the next few days or so.

Apply at AAS HERE

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Can You Launch a Start Up While on Your Day Job?

Can You Launch a Start Up While on Your Day Job?

The answer to this question is: Yes, of course you can! Now, the way in which you juggle your day job and your start up can create some challenges but it is very possible. While you may have the passion for your new business, you will need to use your self discipline and strategic skills to make it work. 

It's obvious you need to stay on your day job, so here is some advice from four entrepreneurs who were able to do it and stay in good standing with their jobs. First, let's hear from Chris Altchek of PolicyMic who says its possible. In fact, he kept his day job with Goldman Sachs before launching his business:

"Many investors will want to speak with former employers as a reference. If you've let your side project get in the way of your full-time commitments, you may be hurting your chances more than you think."
Let's hear from other entrepreneurs who have some good advice on getting your dream start up off the ground and keeping in good graces with your current employer.


Whether it's your job, or whether it's your family, it is very difficult. It's all about long hours. There's the whole thing of finding more time in existing busy lives. Those who manage to do that are really successful."— Eric Lagier, founder of Memolane, a tech company that builds web activity timelines
Work through Lunch Break

"Spending time on Wikifashion allowed me to relax from my work at the treasury. I'd take my laptop into work with me and spend my lunch breaks at the local cafe working on pages, emailing brands and helping out new contributors." —Madeline Veenstra, co-founder of Wikifashion, an online hub where users and brands can share fashion industry information

TIP: Don't forget to begin with a professional business plan for your start up.

"This is something that comes from my own mistakes: don't leverage your income from your day job to do unnatural things early on in the life of your part-time startup ... Constrain yourself financially so you can focus on getting as much done without wasting your valuable resources. Save that money instead so you can put it to good use when you actually are financially constrained." —Willis Jackson, founder of ShownHome, a developer of software for real estate professionals
Respect current employer

"Don't slack at your day job because you're pursuing another passion. Your current employer, and what he or she thinks of you, matters. Many successful entrepreneurs go to their ex-bosses for seed capital. Many investors will want to speak with former employers as a reference. If you've let your side project get in the way of your full-time commitments, you may be hurting your chances more than you think." — Chris Altchek, co-founder of PolicyMic, an online political news source aimed at user engagement
Find out what the remaining 5 other entrepreneurs did to made it happen for them HERE

Get your professional business plan done for your start up here at IWRITE.


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