An internship is a great way to learn more about the industry you plan to get involved in and gain the experience necessary to help you with your career. When it ends, it is important to leave on a good note and make it an opportunity to land a job or a referral in the…
If you ask any student regarding their career goals and how they aim to achieve them, they will answer that they will sign up for every opportunity open to them to improve their chances of getting the jobs they want. From internships to volunteering, they will participate in them and include them in their resume….
One of my regular reader, Pat has contributed an amazing and beautifully penned poem about the pains of job hunting. We’ve all been there, charting the unknown waters and feeling despondent. Pat has perfectly put those emotions into words. I hope you enjoy it and drop by https://equipsblog.wordpress.com/. If the sky is the limit, Then…
Congratulations! You have graduated. So now what happens? Do you continue to take higher education? Or do you start working? Or do you pack up and move to a totally rad city that you always want to live in? Or maybe take a year-long trip to explore the world?
So, what do you do if you find yourself working in a company with younger colleagues? How can you adapt and get along with them considering your ages and ideas?
In some situations, you will have to work hard on the small things, and writing your resume is one of such times. Besides, you only get to impress the recruiter in a matter of six seconds.
Being unemployed can be a major cause of stress for an individual. The anxiety of finding a job within the shortest time possible does not help reduce the stress either.