First Job - How Long Should You Stay

First Job: How Long Should You Stay

There’s no golden rule stating how long you should stay at your first job, though career experts say that a minimum of a year is a must for you to stay and learn all the necessary skills there are to learn. ... more

The 4 Secrets of Indispensable Employees

The 4 Secrets of Indispensable Employees

Let your imagination run wild and put yourself in this situation: You are a typical yuppie with a full-time, high-paying job. You get things done and would gladly put in the extra time and effort just to finish a task. You go the extra mile when needed and don’t shy away from the day-to-day challenges ... more

9 Surprising Career Tips You Should Consider

9 Surprising Career Tips You Should Consider

In need of career advice? Read on to see what worked for some people—their answers may just surprise you. Job Hunting Hacks 1. “When you find a job online that you’re really interested in, applying is the last thing you should do.” – J.Smith No matter how enticing a job ad may seem, even if ... more

5 personality traits of highly promotable employees

5 personality traits of highly promotable employees

When it comes to making decisions about whom to hire and promote, skills and prior work history are only part of the equation. As many employers know, a candidate’s attitude and personality traits play a huge role in how well that person can perform in the workplace. Personality traits can make you seek out certain ... more

Personal Branding 101: How to Build and Use It for Your Career

Personal Branding 101: How to Build and Use It for Your Career

Not just a buzz-word used by marketing professionals to wow their target audience, ‘branding’ and in particular your own ‘personal brand’ is the perfect way to differentiate yourself when you are up against competition. Here are seven ways to cultivate and build your personal brand for success and longevity in your career.   Define your ... more