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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.


From a humble fishing company established in 1964, the Sea Harvest Group has grown to become a leading seafood, aquaculture, agri-processing and branded Fast-moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) business.

Working at Sea Harvest provides their employees with a broad range of employment and development opportunities across the company. 

For more information, visit www.seaharvest.co.za


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. 


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.


SA Youth is South Africa’s national network for all young people to access learning and earning opportunities – for free!


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.


What are some of the factors that you need to consider in choosing a career? It does not really matter if you are 18 and just entering college and thinking through what major to go after. Or you're in your 40s or 50s and looking to make another mid career shift into doing something a little bit different that aligns with your passions. Regardless of what age, these 3 different principles to apply when choosing a career.


South Africa’s tough economic conditions, combined with limited space at public universities, is seeing thousands of students opt for distance learning annually.


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


 

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.


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.


This year is going to be dotted with increases, from inflation and interest rates to food and electricity prices set to rise. The tough economic conditions will not only force consumers to think twice about spending their well-earned money, it will also see them assess their take-home salaries.


 

Internships can help you get your foot in the door of the working world and also help build your career.


 

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.


 

When people communicate, so much is happening at the sub-conscious level and sometimes we walk away feeling very uneasy about a person who said nothing wrong. In his book Blink, Malcolm Gladwell explains how we make judgement calls and assumptions about people long before we're even consciously aware of it. It’s because of this that we need to make sure we make a good impression when meeting someone for the first time.


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