Last time, we gave you some basic tips on how to work from home, either a permanent choice, or whether the current Coronavirus outbreak has meant you are temporarily relocated to your home. We have got some more practical tips to help you be productive, disciplines, and even enjoy the change!
Where are all the teaching jobs? It’s a question many graduates ask themselves. It seems like there are no teaching jobs for most of the year and then a sudden flurry of positions are being advertised around August and September. So what is going on and what are you supposed to do if you are looking for work or a promotion the rest of the year?
As each day passes in the Coronavirus outbreak, we are all having to get used to new normals. On the surface, working from home for many office-based employees may seem a logical and doable solution. But working from home brings with it a unique set of issues that are worth thinking about before you leap in.
The job market is so competitive now that some people are constantly looking over their shoulder to see who is after their position. This can lead to becoming paranoid about making the slightest error on your work. This mindset feeds into a self-confidence crash that can become crippling.
What can you say to a company who reviews your resume, calls you in for an hour-long interview, only to declare at the end they think your “overqualified” for the job and not a good fit for them? You know this company is hiring a lot of people. You would think they would love to hire someone with more experience. But they turned you down flat.
When your motivation is low, getting prepared for your job search can be paralysing. Looking for a job is a job in itself. Whatever your reason getting back in the swing of job hunting can be an overwhelming prospect. In this part, we are going to drill down into some more detailed advice to help you get into the right mindset to look for your next or even first job.
When your motivation is low, getting prepared for your job search can be paralysing. Looking for a job is a job in itself. Whatever your reason getting back in the swing of job hunting can be an overwhelming prospect. But there are tricks to getting into the right mindset for the admittedly daunting task of being prepared for a job search.
People spend a majority of their day at work, which is why roughly 40% of people have dated a colleague and a whopping 16% of people met their spouse or partner at work. Yet workplace romances do not always have a happily-ever-after ending. So how do you navigate the office romance minefield without harming your career or suffering serious emotional damage?
Over the past few years, the appearance of the standing desk in the workplace has proliferated. Standing desks have the ability to reduce tiredness among workers and boost productivity. The standing desk could poin the way to a healtheir workplace in 2020.
- How to Be Productive Working from Home – Part Two April 6, 2020
- Where Are All The Teaching Jobs? March 30, 2020
- How to Be Productive Working from Home – Part One March 30, 2020
- Is Your Lack of Self-Confidence Holding You Back at Work? March 23, 2020
- How to Beat “Overqualified for the Job” Syndrome March 16, 2020
- Are You Mentally Prepared For Your Job Search? – Part Two March 9, 2020
- Are You Mentally Prepared For Your Job Search? – Part One March 2, 2020
- How to Navigate the Office Romance February 24, 2020
- Are Renewable Energy Jobs the Way Forward? February 17, 2020
- Are Standing Desks the Big Thing for 2020? February 10, 2020
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