Planning Your Job Search

Here are some positive signs you can spot on the get-go to gauge that the company you’re applying for has a positive workplace culture.
Dealing with a seemingly endless job search can be draining in more ways than one. Here’s how to take care of yourself during this trying period.
Do you have what it takes to be the next Jack Ma or Mark Zuckerberg?
There are ways to suss out a company culture before saying “yes” to the role!
If clinching a job could be likened to winning a chess game, you’d want to use these five transferable skills to capture your recruiter’s attention and ultimately checkmate the position!
Hint: High salary isn’t the most important reason to sign on that dotted line.
Your paper degree may have helped you get one foot in the door, but you still need to impress interviewers with relevant qualities to get that coveted job.
Good news, you’ve just figured out your dream career. Bad news, you’ve also just spent at least four years studying a totally different course. Does this mean your degree is totally worthless now?
Whether you’re creative or practical, a social butterfly or an introvert, there is a job type that’s almost perfect for you.
Many go to school with the singular focus of getting a good GPA, but the time to prepare for your job-search should start from your first day of university.