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How to Become an Events Coordinator

It stands to reason that Events Coordinator positions, otherwise known as Event Planners and Event Organisers generally suit someone who likes organising and running – yep, you got it – events. However, make no mistake, this is a hard job, where lots of pressure and long hours can become the norm. Event coordinators generally work […]

TheEmployable Free Career Directory

With a career background in HR, Recruitment and Sales, we know a thing or two about Employment and Careers. Since launching this information and advocacy site, we have built up a sizeable following of individuals, groups and organisations all with a particular interest in all matters pertaining to employment advice and careers. To further strengthen […]

The Benefits of Working for a Big Corporation

While big corporations may have developed a somewhat negative reputation in the past, these days there are a lot of benefits of working for one. Times have changed and larger corporations have started to understand the importance of catering to their employees. Here, we’ll look at just some of the benefits of working for a […]

Is Your Public Image Killing Your Job Search?

The game of politics is no stranger to attacks that border on personal. One of the most effective ways for a politician to discredit an opponent is through attacking his personal stances on issues.  A recent development in the New Jersey gubernatorial race has Senator Barbara Buono taking an apparent shot at current governor Chris Christie. […]

Feeling stuck? Here are 10 ways to make yourself more employable

When it comes to wanting to find new stimuli in your career and getting tired of doing the same thing, it is easier said than done to not feel or be ‘stuck’. The job market is brutal and finding a good job is not easy, but there are many ways that you can make yourself […]

Coping with Redundancy – Part 3 – The ‘What Nexts’

In Part 1 of Coping with Redundancy we focused on the financial implications of redundancy, in Part 2, we looked at the issues of mindset. Now in Part 3, we look at what you need to consider once redundancy has happened – the ‘What Nexts’. After the inevitable ‘consultation’ calling, that leads to redundancy; what […]

Volunteering – the alternative way to improve your employability

It’s no secret that finding the job you deserve is tough in this day and age.  Whether you’re changing jobs to pursue a new direction, returning to work after a career break or you’ve just graduated, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd in the competitive job market. If you find yourself […]

So You Think You Know Law? Tips for Students Starting out

According to Dean Paul Schiff Berman of the George Washington University Law School in the United States, he says that law jobs ‘exist where students don’t look’. Though this statement applies to graduates in the US, the same statement could also serve students within the UK. Though you can often find legal advice for employees […]

5 Fantastic Reasons to Become a Temp

Temp work is a tried and tested means of preparing to enter the world of work. There is enormous value in taking on temporary work, especially as a means of preparing yourself for a future career. Here are five fantastic reasons why you should give temping a try. Gain Experience Gaining experience and skills is […]

Tools

The Right Tools Will Make Your Career

In all career paths, there are certain tools you will need to be the best at your job. We tend to think of those tools as things like a college education or communication skills. However, there are physical tools that you need to have on hand. The accountant needs the calculator and the teacher needs […]

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