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Thursday | 12 December | 2019 You didn’t land your ideal job. Now what?

By Anja van den Berg The ideal career record is an exception: at some point, most of us will apply for what seems like the perfect job — only to be rejected. Taking a little time out to lick your wounds is natural. But, eventually, you will have to pick  … Read more

Thursday | 12 December | 2019 3 Things You Should Be Doing During Your Notice Period

By Anja van den Berg In today’s disruptive world of work, employees are comfortable to pursue new professional opportunities as they arise. Inevitably that means that – sooner or later – most people will resign from a job. The problem is that people tend to spend a lot of time  … Read more

Wednesday | 11 December | 2019 Become an interior decorator

By Marli Naidoo Interior decorators love giving rooms new life by filling them with beautiful and functional furniture and décor. They like working with people, and are better listeners than the average person. These people are also naturally creative, have an eye for detail, can plan effectively and manage projects  … Read more

Tuesday | 03 December | 2019 Focus on careers – How do I become a field guide?

By Reon Janse van Rensburg Most career choices are made with the concrete jungle in mind. However, getting stuck in a city’s traffic jams is not everyone’s cup of tea. For some people the starry sky, to be outside in the bush or in nature, and even to ensure that  … Read more

Tuesday | 03 December | 2019 Resilience is a key factor in career success

By Essie Bester Resilience – that ability to bounce back quickly when something goes wrong rather than collapsing under pressure – is like a muscle. You can only exercise it if you have to react to a stressful incident. The more you are knocked down and get up again, the  … Read more

Friday | 29 November | 2019 Do you want to become a professional photographer?

By Melodie Veldhuizen Are you looking at a career in photography? It involves much more than just taking photos. The modern photographer is an artist and scientist with a keen eye for design, composition and light, who uses specialised equipment to immortalise people, places, objects and events. Why is photography  … Read more

Monday | 25 November | 2019 Draw up a CV that draws attention

By Marli Naidoo First impressions are important. When you apply for a job your first contact is usually through your CV. Before employers meet you or even talk to you on the telephone, they will scrutinise your CV and judge you on that. The importance of a professional and impressive  … Read more

Monday | 18 November | 2019 Right-brained and creative? Then get the right job for you

By Dr Eugene Brink Some people are good at math or analysis, others are more creative and spontaneous. Some people are a bit of all these things with an emphasis on certain attributes. The brain consists of two hemispheres with different strengths and people could be left- or right-brain dominant.  … Read more

Monday | 18 November | 2019 Left-brain dominant: What it means and the jobs you’ll love

Dr Eugene Brink You might have heard of the left or right side of the brain being dominant, and this particular dominance will determine your strengths, weaknesses, thought processes and what career you will excel at. Health website Psychology Today states that the human brain comprises two hemispheres separated by  … Read more

Tuesday | 12 November | 2019 Become a pre-school teacher

By Melodie Veldhuizen “The toddler of today is the nation of tomorrow …” This is the slogan of the Association for the education and care of young children (AECYC). The AECYC believes that the appropriate development and care of toddlers is an asset for our society. Are you still unsure  … Read more

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