Category Archives: finding a first job

How To Secure A Warehouse Or HGV Job

Getting a job in a warehouse, or being a HGV driver, is an appealing career choice for many reasons. With being a HGV driver, you get to travel all over Europe, and you get the independence of working alone, out … Continue reading

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Job Search: Going Into Financial Hibernation

One of the things that many job searchers talk about is the stress of looking for a job. You put in multiple applications a week and even though you resume matches all the criteria noted in the job description of … Continue reading

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Is It Time To Get Serious About Your Career Choice?

When it comes to making a decision about your career, you may often feel overwhelmed. And that’s very much natural. Because you’re trying to make such a big decision here, and it’s important that you’re able to get this right. … Continue reading

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How Can You Turn Your Artistic Talent Into A Job Winning Skill?

The total size of the U.S. creative industry stands at $43.9 billion, according to recent research undertaken by the Association for Creative Industries. The very year Etsy started up, it garnered sales worth $2.4 billion, indicating the extent to which art can … Continue reading

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5 Lucrative Career Choices You Need To Know About

Choosing a career pathway is always going to seem difficult. Because when you’re faced with a wealth of choice, and you have a range of interests, it can be hard to trim them all down. How do you decide? How … Continue reading

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How to Ace Your Next Competency-Based Interview

Competency-based interviews (also called skills-based interviews) have been found to be significantly more effective than general interviews, for two reasons: they are objective, and predictive. Rather than asking you about general abilities, they are aimed at discovering whether or not … Continue reading

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Should I Start a Side Hustle?

If you find yourself creatively or financially restricted by your day job, then side hustling is for you. A side hustle is a flexible job that allows you to pursue different creative and business avenues while working a full-time job. … Continue reading

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