News of an oncoming recession got you down about your job prospects? Take it as a chance to get your head in the game and get ahead once you graduate.
Making a good career match means thinking about the people, the place, the position and, most importantly, YOU.
Besides impressive paper qualifications, there are three other P’s – preparation, planning, and positive action – that are just as important to help you to optimise your job search process.
Make sure you don’t miss the employers who are actively recruiting – but be aware too that plenty of available jobs are also not advertised.
These are the concerns on workplace or employment discrimination in Singapore, and the measures taken to ensure a fair and safe working environment.
No one’s really sure about how to pronounce MOOC, but here's how Massive Open Online Courses can contribute to jobseekers’ employability.
Discover how you can plan ahead to make the most of your time whenever attending career fairs!
Impress your recruiters with these five transferable skills!
A guideline for you to ease your transition into the working world.
You've received two job offers that you really wanted. What do you do when it all goes horribly right?
Nobody likes being turned down from a promising job offer. Flip this negative into a positive and make it worth your while.
Discover how you can use social media to your advantage in your job hunt!
Networking can be pretty confusing: where to start, what to do, where to go? Here are some ideas for you to explore!
Can you really get parents involved in your search for your first job without letting them dictate your career choices? Here are some ideas you can try.
Whether you want to take a break, go traveling, pursue further studies, or start a business, you have options aside from just jumping into your first job.
The secret to a positive job search experience is... to not spend all your time searching for jobs! Here are some suggestions to help you refuel and recharge as you trundle towards your dream job!
When it comes to planning your career, there are few people better-placed to dish out help than the experts you’ll find at your careers service.