We’ve all been there. Whether it’s for a school assignment, writing an essay, telling a story, or maybe even something for work, we’ve all dealt with dreaded writers block. Put…
Society paints a poignant picture of the Millennial culture. Hordes of young adults with their faces planted firmly in their electronic devices, wandering aimlessly in the street with their triple…
There’s nothing quite like your first full-time job. It’s what you dream about as a kid, it’s what all your superiors work hard to prepare you for throughout high school,…
When I was first diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 19 years old, I never thought about how it might affect my career. At the time, I didn’t even know what…
In the last 10 years, I have had the pleasure of working for two major aeronautical companies, a highly esteemed contractor firm, and a small family owned software company with…
No matter if we plan to have kids or not. It is nearly impossible for women in our age to get a job. The Childbearing age is between 14 – 44 Years so, what should we women do? Not working in this Time?
Let’s be honest, running around jobless is not fun. It is frightening and humbling, not to mention soul-crushing at times. I know, I’ve been there. But it isn’t all that bad.
Everything we do requires brain power and thought, so if we spend too much time figuring out what we’re going to wear that takes a lot of thinking and time.
Corporate by day, a hippie carrying crystals and doing moon ceremonies by night. Why does it have to be one or the other?
“If your current job is not fulfilling you or helping you to advance (whether in learning new skills or to that management role), then you might be ready to move on to greener pastures.”
“Is being obsessed with landing the perfect job a good thing, or does ambition have a down side?”
Workaholics Day – what are we really celebrating? Although hard work is always commendable, should we be honouring a cultural mindset of being overworked and underappreciated?
“So, you want it all? My dear, it’s totally possible to DO it all – with sharp heels AND a baby on your hip. So, throw on that lipstick, climb that ladder, and conquer your goals like the superstar you already know you are.”
Anna Idler shares her experience of desk jobs while you’re missing dive bars, living with friends and knowing exactly what life had planned.
It’s almost Christmas and you’ve realised you have no money. Here are 6 reasons why holding a job down at university or college is a good thing.