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Careers Advice


You might assume that your dream job is one where you follow your passion. But if your current job is one where you do follow your passion, does that mean it is your dream job? Maybe not. For example, someone who has a passion for music might not have a job in music but they love their day jobs - teachers, doctors or software engineers etc. - because they feel they are doing something they love.


Finding your dream job might seem like an easy prospect, but more people than ever are struggling to do so.


Job seeking is a part of life for many people, but it can be very stressful. What do you need to know to find a job? The first thing to do is to develop a game plan.

When you're young and inexperienced, it can seem impossible to break into the working world. But, in fact, even if you are new to the job market, there are ways for you to find meaningful employment.


Are you contemplating whether of not you should apply for a job because of your lack of experience, then continue reading. It can be difficult to find work without having much professional experience and it's even harder when your skills are in demand but not yet readily available for employers. 


Fascinated by sports? It's no coincidence that there are so many different jobs for you to explore.  Whether you have a fondness for a particular sport or you're just athletic in general, there are many career opportunities available to you.


The healthcare profession is steadily growing for several medical job types, including administrative, technical, clinical and more. There are many different healthcare careers that you can pursue. Whether you want to work in a clinical setting, an administrative setting, or a field-specific setting, there is a career for you. 


Are you curious to know what are the highest paying jobs in the world? These careers require lots of hard work and dedication and who knows, someday you could be working in one the the highest paying careers in the world.


When looking for a job, recruiters are the people that stand between you and employment. If you make it easier for the recruiter, you make it easier for yourself to get hired. We have tip on what to avoid when dealing with recruiters.


Thinking of becoming an office administrator? Here's what you need to know. Office Administrators can work within the formal and informal commercial sectors as well as the non-commercial sector.


The majority of us don’t really know what career to choose and as the world of work becomes more specialised and complex, picking the right career path has become a lot harder to figure out. Yenza can help you with your career decision making.

 


The economic slowdown resulting from the pandemic has catalysed changes in the job seeking landscape.  And with unemployment at a record high in South Africa, job searching requires new strategies in order to successfully navigate this changed environment.


Higher education is usually seen as a way for individuals and families to improve their economic status. The findings of this study highlight how integrating work experiences and the course curriculum can support students during their transition from formal learning to the first phases of career development.


Looking for a new career? Natalie Rabson, on Behalf of Boston City Campus, gives you insight on the three most promising careers of 2020.

 


Do you know what you want out of life? Follow this unconventional advice to find a career that suits you.


If you don't know what you want to do for the rest of your life, it's perfectly fine. According to the experts nobody should be expected to make such a monumental decision all at once, least of all matriculants.


Graduates need to have both academic and practical skills if they hope to find employment and grow in their careers.


There are 5 major reasons students don't finish their studies. Here are some tips to help you survive the challenges students face at varsity.


The day has finally arrived. This may be the first day of the rest of your life. This is the day you must contemplate your future and decide on a way forward.

 


 

Even the most experienced or qualified people battle to stay positive when looking for a job. HR specialist Patricia Frame suggests ways to keep up flagging spirits and be motivated and prepared for every employment opportunity.


 

Many options for part time jobs are available: all you need to do is put your thinking cap on and think creatively about earning a living.


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