It started with the high-octane, speed-of-sound machismo of the movie Top Gun, led to his first solo flight, becoming an airline captain, obtaining an MBA and rising to one of the most senior jobs in South African aviation.
Being a student is hard; you have to balance studying, socialising and doing work, be it homework or a job. We have our phones with us constantly throughout this, but have you ever thought about using your phone to make things easier for you?
We looked at how you can make LinkedIn work for you. Up until now, we’ve been focusing on positives; now it’s time to take a look at the negatives - things you do that make you stand out for the wrong reasons.
It sounds crazy, doesn’t it? Using video games in education? But wait a second and hear me out; it’s not as crazy as it sounds. While most video games are not designed with education in mind, that doesn’t mean they can’t prove to be useful in teaching and learning.
In this, the first in a series of articles dedicated to offering up advice on how to stand out as a job seeker, we look at why you should consider learning an extra language and how you can go about picking it up.
So you’ve found a job you want, got your CV and cover letter done and applied...and they’ve asked you to come in for an interview. This is it: you’re closer to the job than ever. Now you just need to wow them. Let’s take a look at how you can stand out by nailing the interview.