A shift is happening. Fuelled by the expansion of the world wide web (and, lets be honest, the Social Network) more and more young people are taking to their laptops and choosing to work for a small tech company.
The art of the job search has evolved far beyond the simple CV and cover letter. These days, job seekers have a huge range of tools at their disposal that they can use to help them make connections and find work.
Earlier this month, in the midst of editing my dissertation, Forbes posed an interesting question: Can We Prevent An Education Bubble? While the article discussed high quality education at a lower cost and rates of completion, the “education bubble” assessment struck me differently. Continue reading Finding a student job – are we living in a university bubble?
The Diplomatic Courier and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy released the 2012 “99 Under 33”, which is an international list recognizing the most influential foreign policy leaders under the age of 33.
You probably heard it before. The way in which employers hire you has changed. A lot. Not only what they look at on your CV but how they do it as well. So how are you going to make sure they like what they see?