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How To Launch Your Career As A Fashion Designer

Did you know that the global fashion industry is worth a staggering $3,000bn today? If you’ve always had a passion for following the latest trends in clothing, then there’s never been a better time than now to make your name as a … Continue reading

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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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Ideal Jobs for People Who Love to Travel

If the idea of being tied to a 9 – 5 job in the same location every day brings you out in a cold sweat, perhaps you should be looking at careers that involve some traveling. You may still have … Continue reading

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How You’re Sabotaging Your Job Hunt

No one likes a job hunt that lasts forever. Most candidates begin to feel disenchanted after the first couple of weeks. It’s fair that say that if you’ve been looking for your dream job for a longer period, you might … Continue reading

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