Career Advice

How Studying After College Boosts Your Job Prospects

Job Courage Jul 10, 2018

Learning should be a life-long affair, not something that ends when you graduate from college or university. Following are some of the many ways that continual learning can help improve your job prospects.

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How to Find Great Apprenticeship Opportunities in the UK

Job Courage Jun 18, 2018

There are great apprenticeship opportunities in the UK if you know where to look. Following is some insight that can help you find the program that is just right for you.

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How to Answer "Why Should We Hire You" in a Job Interview

Job Courage May 14, 2018

Perhaps the most dreaded question in an interview is, “Why should we hire you?” Though you may be tempted to be honest and say, "Because I really, really need this job," that's not the correct answer. Instead, keep these tips in mind when formulating your answer.

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The 3 Real Reasons Why You Shouldn't Lie on Your C.V.

Job Courage April 17, 2018

Sometimes the temptation is great. There’s a job that you really want, but your skillset comes up short. Why not fib a little on your C.V., just so you can at least get interviewed? Well, there are plenty of real reasons why not.

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How Long Do Doctors Have to Go to School?

Job Courage Feb 20, 2018

To become a doctor, you are going to have spend many years in college after you graduate from high school. In fact, it is not uncommon for a person to be well into his or her thirties before graduating with a doctorate degree, and this is assuming the person went straight to college after high school. The exact amount of time that it takes a person to become a doctor will depend on the type of doctor he or she wants to become.

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