According to Neo Kai Yuan, you don’t necessarily need a background in Computer Science if you want to enter the coding and software engineering sectors – you just need the passion and grit to pick up new skills and push through challenges.
Financial services extend numerous opportunities to think out of the box – but not many know that just getting into the sector itself is a chance for graduates to flex their creativity and create their own moments and prospects.
While it may not be your fault that the pandemic has limited you of your job opportunities, the onus is still on you to show your potential employer that you’re managing your time wisely during this unexpectedly long job-hunting process.
At first glance, these questions might seem out of place or just meant to put you on the spot. But the truth is that every interview question has its purpose, even if it doesn’t seem obvious. So how do you deal with them?
No matter how much you prepare for your interview, it’s still impossible to predict all the questions you’re going to get, or what to say when your mind goes blank. Here’s what you can do to save the situation!
As a diploma holder, you may not know that you are highly sought after by employers, with your specialised skills and training acquired in your polytechnic years. Do you know what sets you apart as a diploma holder looking for a job?
Need some time off to think about what’s next after polytechnic? Taking a gap year might just be a remedy for some of you. Having some time and freedom to hone some skills and boost your confidence helps in shaping your future plans.