One friend of mine is planning to quit his job to take up a 3-month programming course at Code Academy. As a digital marketer, he recognises the uprising of big data and the new opportunities that are opening up in the space. He’s recognises the need to learn new skills in order to remain relevant.
The modern executive is bombarded with emails. How do you craft an email that’s polite yet garners a favourable response? Below, I’ll be showing you exactly how to do that. In our last article, we spoke about how to tap your personal network to find a job. After all, 70% of jobs are found through
Stop wasting your time on job boards. Connections, whether personal or professional, are by far the #1 way that people acquire new employment. The fact is, most job opportunities aren’t even advertised. In a bid to avoid hours upon hours screening hundreds of resumes and interview mediocre candidates, many hiring managers bypass advertising job openings
Searching for a job is tough work! You’ve got your existing job, which claims to be 9am – 5pm but it’s really 8am – 8pm, family time and that leaking faucet in the toilet which you need to attend to. How does one find the time for that job hunt? We’re all limited by the
Ultimate Guide to Resume / CV Writing – Singapore Edition Here’s a comprehensive, step-by-step guide on how to write a resume for the Singapore market. With our ultimate guide, you will learn how to craft that killer resume that will get you ahead of the competition. Our resume writing guide is composed of 6 parts that