career

Careers in the industry; from corporate to middle management, food service, media, political figures, and beyond. All workplace careers.

  • Kaye M.
    Published 3 days ago
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     What do you do when you have to answer that daunting question that occurs every second of every day but it's importance it's quite shown until you loose something important.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 15 days ago
    Starting a Group Travel Business

    Starting a Group Travel Business

    World travel is growing in popularity as many people are setting out to see far-flung destinations across the globe. Millennials, the fastest growing group of world travelers, typically travel solo or with groups of friends. The market for travel is booming, and travel planners who can craft unique experiences will find that it can be a profitable endeavor.
  • Bruce Gandy
    Published 22 days ago
    My First Time - A Personal Narrative

    My First Time - A Personal Narrative

    At first sight, you’d imagine that her name was Colleen, and you’d be right. How could you not look at that face and think anything but … Irish?
  • Matthew John Bool
    Published 22 days ago
    Being an Actor: Learning Lines

    Being an Actor: Learning Lines

    I think learning lines is the worst part of my job. The long, boring task of remembering something that the general public will forget within a second of me saying it makes you realise that linesdont need to be remembered they need to be performed. When you look at the opening line of Hamlet, it could be a throwaway line anywhere else within the play, the line in question, "who's there" but when you deconstruct that line like we are back doing our English GCSE's, those two words set up the play perfectly. That line can be deconstructed as much as "To be or not to be" in fact in performance you can almost predict how that will be said, by the actor, but that the challenge of acting sometimes, how do you stand out? Maybe that's another blog I can write about sometime. But with that very simple line you can go in so many directions.
  • George Senior
    Published 25 days ago
    A Brief Intro to Things I Haven't Achieved

    A Brief Intro to Things I Haven't Achieved

    To start, I want to share a brief list of everything I’ve written since leaving University.
  • Henry james
    Published 25 days ago
    Latest Government Jobs in Lahore High Court

    Latest Government Jobs in Lahore High Court

    The Judicial system is hierarchical in nature and had a structured form. There are levels of superiority in the legal system of senior judges and those under them. Some of the courts are federal courts in Pakistan whereas some are provisional in nature.
  • _Undiscovered_
    Published 25 days ago
    Work Work Work

    Work Work Work

    We all want that shmoney.
  • Idalis Wood
    Published 28 days ago
    Temporary Office Obligation

    Temporary Office Obligation

    There’s no worse feeling in the world when you realize that you aren’t special. Not the kind of special that gives you an edge over everyone else, but the kind of special people delude themselves into believing to avoid the reality that they are replaceable. That’s what I figured out I am. Replaceable. There are women (and maybe men) like me who feel insecure, anxious about dealing with a world you were never prepared for, and knowing that survival often means complacency. I’m not shocked by me feeling like I’m replaceable. I’m replaceable in my job (though I hope that isn’t the case) and in my mind. The only way I know I can’t be replaced is with my family and my relationships, but even then I feel like I don’t belong in the world. It’s as if the world wasn’t made for someone like me. It’s continuing and moving on without me.
  • Secrets of Colors
    Published 28 days ago
    How to Start earning money Online & How Everyone can Achieve it
  • Flythe
    Published about a month ago
    I've Been Running My Music & Art Career Completely From My Bedroom For 5+ Years & Here's How

    I've Been Running My Music & Art Career Completely From My Bedroom For 5+ Years & Here's How

    I feel like many aspiring artist overthink a lot when chasing the dream. It needs to stop. Professional studios and art spaces are really dope & I dream of having one to myself some day. But for now, my room IS my recording and art studio, I made it work for me. I like to imagine that I'm like Dexter from Dexter's Laboratory and my bedroom is my laboratory filled with everything I need to create and take over the world. Having that mindset keeps me motivated to create at home where I'm comfortable. Should you get out and experience professional studios when given the chance/opportunity? Absolutely. Should that be the requirement for your hustle, your creativity, and self growth? I don't believe so. If you don't have the money or opportunity to work in a professional studio, look around you make your environment work for what you need done until opportunity presents itself.
  • Brittany Minocha
    Published about a month ago
    The Mistakes I've Made - The Journey of a Young Black Author

    The Mistakes I've Made - The Journey of a Young Black Author

    I'm in the process of figuring out where what I want to do with my writing. I'm trying out places to post, including Vocal, looking for internships in the Fall all the while juggling my six-course school semester. This shit isn't easy and I doubt it's going to get any easier. Writers are forced to somehow create a reputable career online and somehow get slightly famous before signing with a publisher who will change your work to possibly something you don't agree with. So what about the in-between? How do go between being no one and someone within the world of writing? Are publishers really going to sign on a new writer with no reputation whatsoever? Of course not.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published about a month ago
    Crucial Skills to Learn in the Tech Industry in 2020

    Crucial Skills to Learn in the Tech Industry in 2020

    Starting a career in the tech industry can be an incredibly wise move to make for your future. In order to see success in your chosen position, you need to stay on top of the latest trends. Learning new skills and honing existing abilities is the best way to showcase your talent and prove your relevance to potential employers. Take a look at these skills crucial to the tech industry in 2020 and see what moves you can make to enhance your expertise.