Tag Archives: career

5 Signs You Chose the Wrong Career

Have you ever wondered whether you chose the right career or not? If you have, then as someone who has tasted the exotic delights of banking, insurance and local government offices I can really sympathise with you.

We can all remember those early days at school when we were being pressured into choosing a career path that we we’re supposed to stick with for the rest of our days, who really knows what they want to do for the rest of their life at 16 anyway? Personally there was no way I was mentally prepared to make such a huge decision at such a young age and the steady procession of jobs that followed only backed up that feeling.

Could Learning a Foreign Language Give You a Better Career?

If you are stuck in a bit of financial rut then maybe you are looking for ways to increase your earning potential? There are a few ways in which you could do this but perhaps you haven’t yet thought of learning a foreign language. The following are some of the ways in which this approach could help you earn more cash.

How to Stand More Chance of Landing Your Dream Job

Whether you are looking for your first ever job or you want to change careers there are some steps you should take in order to avoid missing out on the job you really want. You don’t want to end up having to settle for something which is second best, so here are a few steps to take in order to give yourself the best possible chance of landing your dream job.

Job Interview Tips!

Job interviews can be one of the most nerve wracking yet important events in a persons life. How you perform and the impression you give during this short period of time could secure your life financially for years to come. So with hundreds if not thousands of applications going in for the same job, if you’ve been fortunate enough to reach the interview stage what can you do to set yourself above the competition and secure that new job?

Is there Financial Stability in Industrial Work?

With the shaky economy, many people are looking for any bit of extra work that will pay that rent, put food on the table and give them a little extra pocket change. For years, construction has proved to be a reliable source of work and income for tradesmen. However, with instability on the rise, and the danger of the work, it may be best to consider perfecting other skills and searching for a job in a different industry.