Getting a job in high school can be especially challenging due to certain constraints, particularly lack of experience and limited resources. Nonetheless, getting a job this early can instill critical life skills including communication and collaboration with peers, technical know-how, … read more “5 Tips for Getting a Job in High School”
Interview Mistakes Employers Hate
When it comes to interviews, there’s a lot that can go right and a lot that can go wrong. Unfortunately, many people make silly mistakes that cost them their dream job. Did you know that 33% … read more “25 Interview Mistakes [Infographic]”
How To Completely Remove Yourself From The Internet
We’re in a day and age where our day-to-daylives are ruled by our online activity. Whether we’re at work or having leisuretime, site-by-site, we’re constantly leaving an online footprint.
Recruiting On LinkedIn
Since going live in 2003, LinkedIn has reigned supreme as the social network for professionals. With over 500 million users and three million active job listings, it’s not surprising to see why LinkedIn has become the number … read more “Mastering The Art Of Recruiting On LinkedIn [Infographic]”
Preparing for the CFA Exam
As you may know, the next Level I CFA Exam is coming up on December 2. Candidates for Level I exams spend an average of 287 hours studying all 10 topics covered in the … read more “Cracking The CFA Exam [Infographic]”
Using Social Media To Determine Whether To Hire Or Fire
Social media is becoming more and more influential on how employers view candidates. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites are more often utilized to analyse a candidate’s profile. … read more “Impact Of Social Media On Hiring Or Firing Decisions”
The Millennial Generation And Work
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Millennials nowadays get heckled by older people in their offices by default.
- They are younger, which some older people can be envious and want their youth back.
- Some older generations find millennials
The Job of President Requires a Psychopath and a Sociopath
This article is solely my opinion and does not reflect the opinions of Confessions of the Professions or authors on this site.
More attention than a mayor, a governor, or … read more “The Job of President”