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Are you afraid of speaking up in class or in any group situation where you are asked to share your opinion? Are you afraid that what you have to say is not smart, or that people will think you’re stupid? Do you stop yourself from expressing your true thoughts and feelings about anything because you are so worried that what you say will not be good enough?

Whether you’re taking a break from studies after high school, or looking for a student job while you kickstart your future career, a contact centre job can give you both an income and flexible working hours.

Whether you're looking for a career change or to make some extra cash, Zumba is the right move. So let's look at how to become a Zumba Instructor.

Many job applicants think – incorrectly – that the war is pretty much won once their CV gets the nod and they get invited to a job interview.

Being an unemployed graduate is enormously stressful, and an active strategy is required to turn the situation around, an education expert says.

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?

Train drivers play an important role in the transport sector as they are responsible for moving people and goods safely from point A to point B. Have you ever dreamed of driving a train? Find out what it takes to qualify.

People attach enormous emotional value to photographs, often considering them to be their most precious and irreplaceable possessions. As a photographer, you are tasked with making your client’s memories tangible – a monumentally important job.

You spent hours crafting your first CV, showcasing your school years, qualifications and experience, but employers don’t even give it 9 seconds of attention before moving on to the next one.

Standing out from the crowd can be difficult. This week in How to Stand Out as a Job Seeker, we take a look at LinkedIn and how you can use this social network to improve your chances of being hired.

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