Those of us just beginning our careers can be sure of one thing… the future workforce won’t look a lot like today’s. In fact, the skills that are in-demand today may be virtually irrelevant in just a few years.
So, what are the skills most likely to be in-demand in 2020?
While your last year at the hallowed halls of education will no doubt be filled with numerous exams, events, and reason for celebrations, the event also marks your transition from a student to the workforce.
So savvy job seekers know that waiting until you’ve thrown your cap and returned from your post-graduation vacation to start that job search will probably leave you behind the ball.
Senior year of college is an exciting and busy time, and it goes by fast. There is so much to do, and so little time to get it done. So when should college students start job hunting?
Early! Earlier than you think.
ou’re a college student. You’re working hard on your studies, your extracurricular activities, and perhaps a part-time job. (Okay, maybe you’re working a little bit on your social life, too!)
But have you started working on your career yet?
College students are constantly connected to a variety of gadgets, from smartphones to tablets and laptops to wearables. And both Apple and Android offer dozens of apps to help them get the most out of their work and play.
Here are 10 of the best apps I use on a regular basis…
You’ve probably heard that it’s not exactly what you learn in school that counts – because the content itself is kind of like the weights you lift…
It doesn’t matter what color the weights are, what matters is the muscles they build, and your experience has refined muscles that you may not have even realized you’ve been building…