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Job interview tips

Posted by | April 12, 2019 | Career Advice, Job Hunting

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Job interview tips should be considered by first-time employment seekers. We all know how difficult it is to get a job and people who have never really gone through the whole process of looking for one do not completely understand the pressure as they have never went through the interview. This can be a very scary and intimidating experience for first-time job seekers but with the correct preparation and mannerism, anyone can get through it. First thing’s first, before you even go to the interview you should do research on the industry you want to work in and even more

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When you think about a career, the most common ones that pops up in most people’s minds is either being a doctor, a lawyer, an engineer or even a teacher. Now the problem with that is it limits your imagination. There are plenty of other most overlooked careers out there that most young people should consider studying and honestly in this day and age, cliché career choices are not so beneficial. Have you considered a career in Protein Science? I know, it sounds kind of crazy but it really isn’t. A protein scientist explores the different roles of protein in

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Not everyone is lucky enough to know what career they are destined to have. With so many career choices available, it is easy to get flabbergasted and confused when you finally have to pick one that you will go for. Some people only figure out the right career path after they leave high school, some people even make career changes years after leaving school and it is often too late by then because what you do after school is crucial in your life. Luckily there are a number of different methods that can make picking the right career path a

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It is a well known fact that NSFAS Should Offer Bursaries Young More People. There are many people in our country that want to further their education but cannot due to financial difficulties. With financial institutions like NSFAS, you would expect to see more people getting the help they need but instead there are still people struggling to fund their education. The National Student Financial Aid Scheme, or NSFAS, provides Bursaries to students who meet the required criteria for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges and public universities. It provides bursaries as well and collects past student loan

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