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Employment decisions: Where do you want to work?

Employment decisions: Where do you want to work?

Thinking about working in another country and making some serious employment decisions? Well, it may not be as hard as you think. Due to globalisation, the world has shrunk drastically and it only continues to become smaller and smaller. It is no longer difficult to find a job in... read more
How to judge entry-level jobs and planning for the interview

How to judge entry-level jobs and planning for the interview

When you are scheduled to go to an interview it’s important to not think that it’s just the employer judging whether you fit along the scale of entry-level jobs. Think about your experience level – are you based the entry level? Don’t underestimate yourself. It’s a good opportunity for... read more
Vocational education is growing big in America

Vocational education is growing big in America

In the slick laboratory at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, United States, there has been exceptional vocational teaching, which is also referred to as craft vocation, career education or technical education. Marshall University is a coeducational comprehensive public research university that prides themselves on unique and profound explorations.... read more
Interview News: When is the best time to have an interview?

Interview News: When is the best time to have an interview?

Always try to stand out above other candidates when applying for a job but what else can be done to help secure you that dream job? Well, while chasing the perfect interview/opportunity for your chosen job/career path, you should always be trying to gain that competitive edge. However, there... read more
10 things to do before a job interview

10 things to do before a job interview

Want to know simply how you can best prepare for your interview? Learn and absorb these 10 simple steps to get you set and ready for that job interview. Maximise your chances of success! Do some homework on the company – research the company and the company’s background beforehand.... read more
Interview process: Following up the interview

Interview process: Following up the interview

So, your interview has happened and now you’re sitting there thinking about what to do next. Do you call them? Do you send them a chase up email? What do they think about you? All of these thoughts probably run through your head but the best thing to do... read more
Help me with my interview: what types of interviews are there?

Help me with my interview: what types of interviews are there?

Interviews, interviews, interviews…are you getting frightened thinking about it? You are not alone. Interviews can be one of the scariest things to go through, especially when you feel left in the dark, completely unaware of what to expect. However, feeling this way is known as ‘normal’, so don’t panic!... read more
Overcoming interview nerves

Overcoming interview nerves

As discussed in our previous article, attending an interview can be very nerve-wracking. Interviews can be so nerve-wracking that it can give us sleepless nights and even make us ill. That means combating these nerves and overcoming them is vital for our health. It’s dangerous putting ourselves in a... read more