Think you’ll fall behind if you spend some time travelling before getting serious about your job? Think again. Postponing your career kickoff can actually give you a competitive edge on the market.
It’s late, but not too late. With some perseverance, dedication and a little hard work you can still find a great gig for this summer.
It turns out the winning streaks and losing streaks are real for professional gamblers. The good news is that luck is actually a skill you can learn – and it can pay off bigtime in your career.
Most employers say that they screen potential candidates’ social media profiles before deciding whether or not to hire them. Here are the three things they are most looking to see in your online behaviour. (And a few that they don’t.)
What should you study at university if you want to join the ranks of the world’s richest? Can you guess? I bet you can guess.
Creativity parties, hologram meetings, and pay-for-performance salary schemes: Here’s how today’s young people imagine the world of work will look 25 years from now.
Do not hit send just yet. There are several steps you can take before applying for a job that can greatly increase your chances of success.
Focussing on the skills that employers really want, and showing (not just telling) that you have used them successfully in the past, can be the secret resume ingredient that turns applications into interviews.
Here’s a look at the year’s best part-time and temporary jobs – along with how much you can earn in a variety of creative, technical, and seasonal roles.
Looking out the window today it is hard to imagine if summer will ever come. However, the deadline to apply for many of the best summer jobs is fast approaching. Here’s why you should be lining up your summer gig today.