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Economics and business students typically have good commercial awareness, one of the qualities highly sought after by recruiters. What is more, they are able to effectively apply their knowledge of industries to the job.


Dial a Student is a specialist recruitment company focused on finding full – or part-time employment for students who are registered at any of the tertiary education institutes located throughout South Africa.


AVBOB is now taking applications for their Unemployed Graduate Program. This program is in partnership with YES initiative.


Are you interested in applying for a scholarship programme for 2022? You don't want to miss this opportunity. The IIE Varsity College’s Scholarship Programme is the largest of its kind in South Africa.


PepsiCo South Africa, in partnership with Optimum Engineering Training, are recruiting apprentices within various trades at different sites. Apply now!


Rain is offering 57 auditors across the country the chance to earn a R7,500 salary for one month of work in November. All you require is at least a bachelors degree with ideally 1 year of auditing experience.


 

New and different careers are emerging as the wants and needs of people change, find your place in an evolving job market that might just be your passion.


 

Applying for a job can be stressful: you can find yourself caught between optimism about the jobs you've applied for and stress that you may not get a job at all.


 

Like many students, I thought that a qualification was enough to get me a job – but I was wrong!


 

Moving from the structured educational environment of varsity into your first job is daunting for most people.


Life has gotten so much easier, Thanks to Western Cape Government. If you feel lost in searching FET colleges or joining the Police or Military to even starting your own business, all you can find information is now available.


It is the Catch-22 situation that has been frustrating jobseekers for ages: positions requiring experience from applicants who can’t gain any experience without first being employed. But there are ways to make oneself employable and gain experience without landing a position in formal employment first.


The first day of any new job is arguably the most nerve-wracking time during the employment period. Being in an unfamiliar place, surrounded by new faces and receiving new tasks can be overwhelming. Making a good first impression in this situation can seem almost impossible, but here are some tips for dealing with day one office jitters.

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