People Change, Paths Change – By Paul

For a lot of us, what we do, can become who we are and its no surprise that one of the most popular questions asked when meeting someone new is “so, what do you do?”. But just because we have done something for a significant amount of time, it doesn’t mean we have to do …

The Tale No One Tells – By Karlie

I'm going to give you two different scenarios. Scenario 1: You leave four years of college, get a job at the place you interned, love it, but can't get move up and grow in your position. You leave said job, move halfway across the country and end up hating your job. You leave that one …

How University Helped Me Prepare for my Future – By Emma

When I was 18 I decided I wasn’t going to attend university, not because I disliked the idea of it, I was just simply fed up of essays and exams and tend to like to do something different to what everyone else decides to do. “Well, what else are you going to do?” my sixth …

The Discouraging World of Job Searching – By Alex

If you want to get a job in a specific field you’re interested in, check which of the companies currently hiring for that position would be your perfect fit, and send your application to that particular employer only. Wouldn’t it be nice if it was that easy? Unfortunately for most job seekers this is nothing …

Job Hopping Has Worked for Me – By Rachael

Twenty or thirty years ago I think you could say there was such a thing as a job for life – can the same be said for today – I’m not so sure. In the past 12 months I’ve had three jobs – I’m a job hopper and I’m not ashamed of it. Back in …