How to prepare for your job interview presentations?

October 15, 2014

Well done, you just received an email telling you that you’ve got an interview next week! Hold on, you read it again and it says you need to deliver a presentation. At this point your initial euphoria changes to nerves. Don’t worry, we have a structure that shows you how to prepare for your job [...]

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The Boom in Online Education

July 30, 2014

This Infographic from FindOnlineEducation.Com, an interesting research about growth of online education. Some of the main points are : The online education has been developed and make some key mile stone in US, The online education in overseas will grow 57% by 2014, and By 2017 the online education income will become 220 billion by [...]

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The Low down On Becoming An Actor

June 6, 2013

The Low down On Becoming An Actor   So you want to be an actor/actress? Well if you’re focussed, determined and prepared to put in the work, then it is certainly possible. Becoming a ‘A’ list actor in multi million dollar movies is probably what every one aspires to. However there are many who earn [...]

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Becoming a Teaching Assistant Is Fun And Rewarding

June 3, 2013

Becoming a Teaching Assistant Is Fun And Rewarding If you like working with children, get a buzz out of seeing them learning new things, and have great organisational skills, then becoming a teaching assistant could be the right job for you. What is a teaching assistant? Teaching assistants work closely with teachers to ensure that [...]

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How to survive rejection after a job interview

May 26, 2013

It’s never nice to be rejected for a job, especially when you’ve had your heart set on it and also believe that you did really well in the interview. However, everyone will be rejected for a job at some point; that is just the way the world works. If you consider that recruiters might have [...]

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Getting a job through the unadvertised job market

May 22, 2013

Companies still suffering from the effects of the credit crunch are looking for other, cheaper ways to recruit instead of using expensive recruiters and head-hunters. However, a lot of these cheaper recruitment methods do not always result in jobs being displayed in obvious areas, such as newspapers or on job boards and that is where [...]

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What to do if you can’t find a job

May 19, 2013

When you’re out of work, it can be very emotional. Many people find themselves getting increasingly stressed, upset and even depressed. The best way to avoid these feelings is to keep busy. This means not allowing yourself the time to wallow in the fact you can’t find a job. There are a surprising number of [...]

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Applying for a Job Online

December 19, 2012

When you apply for a job online, what should you be doing on your application to increase the chances of you being called back for an interview? Getting past the robots In this economic climate recruiters are inundated with job applications. To improve the efficiency of their recruitment efforts they’ll often use HR Software to [...]

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Salaries Around the World Awesome Infographic

November 16, 2012

Designing in technology and developing technology is something that is pursued around the world.  However, this doesn’t mean that it is equally high in demand in every country, nor does it mean that the individual positions are getting paid the same amount.  In India, all design and development jobs are below the $20,000 mark, while [...]

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Green Energy Not Yet A Big Job Generator (INFOGRAPHIC)

October 23, 2012

While green energy and sustainable energy sources seem inviting and promising, their effect on the job market is less than spectacular.  The addition of new green job only accounted for 138,000 workers; roughly a tenth of the jobs that were sustained in the coal, oil, and natural gas industry.  However, solar thermal energy seemed to [...]

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