3 Key Factors of Startup Success According to Founders
May29

3 Key Factors of Startup Success According to Founders

By Mia Casey Let’s face it, the career landscape has changed since our parents’ time. Technology has made the world a smaller place, with the dynamics shifting almost constantly between traditional and emerging industries. One of the growing changes in the career space is the rise of startup companies – organisations built around people’s passions, to provide our society with solutions that classic business structures might not yet...

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The Video Interview: Really? Do I Have To?
May26

The Video Interview: Really? Do I Have To?

By Michelle Maarhuis I recently had my first dabble with video interviews from a recruiter’s perspective, and I’m a convert. We’re using a web and app platform called Vieple to shortlist candidates, rather than using traditional methods like phone screening. A video interview helps to quickly identify whether a person could be a good cultural fit within the company, as you get an insight to the applicant’s personality. It also livens...

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5 Reasons Dropping Everything to Travel the World Can Actually Be Good for your Career
May22

5 Reasons Dropping Everything to Travel the World Can Actually Be Good for your Career

By Mia Casey Ever woken up, knowing you have uni or work that day, and just thought to yourself: “This is it. Today is when I get on a plane and never look back”. Well, it turns out that that idea may not be the worst you’ve ever had. Travelling offers a range of benefits and skill-building that can be hard to come by. So what are the benefits of travel for your career? Increased cultural intelligence If you’ve never travelled, it can...

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How to Network Like a Natural
May19

How to Network Like a Natural

By Candy Jenkins When looking for a job you’re constantly told “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know”, or “you need to get out there and market yourself.” It’s a constant reminder that you’re not doing enough to tap into potential job opportunities and develop new relationships. Studies show that only 20 percent of jobs are advertised, which means that 80 percent of jobs are filled through internal promotions, contacts from...

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A Note for Students and Grads: Let Life Surprise You!
May17

A Note for Students and Grads: Let Life Surprise You!

By Chiara Alloggia   Let’s be honest about uni: the struggle is real. Enough said. We dedicate all this time to reading journal articles, writing essays, and managing those gruelling group assignments, whilst simultaneously trying to earn some sort of income to support our smashed avo fetish, whilst also coordinating 3 web browsers to make sure we secure those concert tickets. And then, during my degree (and especially since I’ve...

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