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A job and a hobby are often thought of as two completely different entities. A job is something you do to bring bread to the table; more than often, the work you do is motivated purely by a pay check, and there are probably a thousand other things you rather be doing other than working. A hobby, on the other hand, is an activity you genuinely take an interest in and likely something you would even pay to do. What if you can combine the best of both worlds and make a living doing what you would otherwise be more than happy to do for free?...

You can win a man’s heart through his stomach, but you can never get a man appreciate what you cooked when he’s no longer employed. The future is erratic and is also the place where you cannot escape unemployment, its tortures, its mangles that crush your body to a hopeless outlook in life. There’s nothing as soul-crushing as being in a job that guarantees no future. There’s a huge global problem on poverty, lack of people’s education and the divide between poor and rich, but there’s just as much demand and frantic attention...

When you remove the stuff out of your life that’s giving your career the vitriol it doesn’t need, you get into a journey of how life will go through the way you intended, the way you wanted. There is so much you can do about your life right now that it’s hard to imagine that you can’t get it a bit fixed at the same rate you mix a cocktail for your afternoon delight snack. Ok, have you heard of those writers in SNL who do nothing for money basically, but still get life out of their financially striving work? Then you should be able...

With the fiscal year coming to an end, there is a lot of commotion in the recruitment and hiring industry. Employees are all eyes and ears for new job opportunities, and company’s are also making efforts to get the best talent, those can enhance their competitive edge. If you are thinking of making a switch this season, this post is a must read. In the fiercely competed corporate world, where an ordinary job seeker can easily go unnoticed, a call for an interview is a small victory in its own right. At least you now know that the companies...

Interviews are the part of the job-hunting process that most of us fear, nerves can be a huge factor and it can be terrifying to be placed before people you’ve never met before and quizzed about your previous experience and job history. However, by taking the time to prepare yourself for an interview scenario you can boost your confidence while at the same time helping to increase your chances of impressing your next potential employer. Dress for the part Appearance is one of the most important aspects, dressing smart to an interview...

Never mind avoiding them for your first interview, avoid these mistakes for all of them. They are such obvious mistakes that employers catch every time. So be wary of them and do not make these mistakes under any circumstances. Stop staring into the camera you weirdo Yes, you are talking to a chunk of plastic with a lens, but that is not the way you are supposed to behave. Position the camera so it is just above the screen and talk to the people on the screen as if they were in the same room as you. Look away from time to time naturally,...

To strive for efficiency in the current market, it’s essential for businesses to recruit and hire employees who can perform at an exceptional level. Top talent in employees enables a business to grow its profit margins with ease and to save on expenses and time. With a decline in the experienced workforce and a glut of graduates with little experience, it’s important to attract the best to your company. Indeed, whilst the hiring and interview process is exceptionally important in screening those you consider, the actual mechanics...

There’s a great deal of chat in the UK at the moment about the price of a degree. Is it fair? Will you get a job at the end of it? How will you be able to pay back that massive loan you took out for your studies? An unfortunate consequence of the discussion about the economic worth of your qualifications, be it from an online degree or a bricks and mortar university, is that it’s left the study of humanities out in the cold. While engineering or finance degrees have a clear vocational path ahead of them, and validate themselves through...

Are your feelings real or are your ideas about wanting a real job after your internship just a program of some other person who wants more from you? That’s a funny question, but that’s just one of the many that you should face when you’re doing an internship. Your work is your life, and you’re life will have no beautiful purpose if you can’t do the dream job of yours of working with Seth MacFarlane, Joaquin Phoenix or Scarlett Johannsson in the next film with Martin Scorsese or Woody Allen. You can be one of the best supreme...

Posted on Jan 18 2014 - 12:37pm by Editorial Staff
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The electrifying realm of graphic design is continually evolving, so if you’re interested in a career in this fast flowing industry, you should be prepared to learn the fundamentals of the craft and keep your finger on the art’s relentless pulse. But before being let loose to create graphics for advertising, packaging, logos or websites, the budding designer should be armed with the educational knowhow gleaned from a university degree, as prospective employers are unlikely to give you a second glance without it. In reality, graphic...