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A career is defined as the ongoing process to learn new skills and knowledge and apply this learning in a business context in order to make a unique contribution through work. It includes education, training, volunteering, paid and unpaid work.

The desire to achieve success and satisfaction at work has motivated people to take responsibility for their own learning and personal development. The dynamics have changed and life long learning has become an integral part of working life, according to education.vic.gov.au.

A first impression is often the last impression. This is ultimately true when it comes to job interviews. It is often said that candidates are judged in the first 30 seconds of their interview, therefore preparing for your big interview is essential. You want to make a lasting impression and to help you do this, we have some tips to help you.

Whether you are working or unemployed it is important to establish your identity or brand online.

Unemployment is a sore topic for many and the job search process even more exasperating.

Maybe your idea of the perfect job includes a 6 figure salary and a corner office. Holding onto this picture could be cutting you off from other exciting employment benefits.

For all the criticism government's receive from their constituencies most citizens would kill to work in the public sector.

With the job market more competitive than ever, job seekers have more choice and discretion when selecting an employer. 

Traffic officers are hailed as heroic professionals because of the skills they have that bring order on the roads. 

Technology can be either a benefit or a liability when seeking a new job. Job seekers need to ensure their social media profiles put their best face forward to potential employers.

With South Africa in the grips of graduation fever, and the soon-to-be capped proudly displaying their achievement on social media, the reality of the challenges associated with one’s first job search will soon set in for many.

You’ve made it through high school and are about to write your final matric exams. While it feels great to finally be approaching the end of your secondary school journey, you can’t help but feel a little anxious about what the future holds.

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