Work Health and Safety Career Guide

4 Comments   Posted: 31/10/14   by William Cowie

What is a Health and Safety Professional? A work health and safety professional is a person trained in Work Health and Safety (WHS) practices and regulations. They design, develop, implement and analyse WHS programs. WHS professionals ensure safe and healthy working conditions in workplaces, assist injured staff through the compensation and rehabilitation process or workers Read the full post

Would you move for work?

2 Comments   Posted: 28/08/14   by William Cowie

Would you move for work?

“Workforce mobility” is essential in Australia’s modern economy. It’s vital to get people with the right skills to where they are needed. Moving for a job is a huge commitment and a decision most people don’t make lightly. Have you ever relocated to accept a job? What would (or did) it take for you to Read the full post

The Job Hunting Guide

0 Comments   Posted: 30/07/14   by William Cowie

Job hunting would be in most people’s “top 10 most stressful activities”. It often coincides with some of the lowest points of our lives – when we’ve recently lost a job or are working in a job we dislike just to survive. For the majority of us, earning an income is essential to our quality of life. Read the full post

36 Resume Writing Tips

2 Comments   Posted: 23/07/14   by William Cowie

Your resume is an fundamental and essential tool for your job hunt. At some point in every job application process, someone will want to have a look at your resume. This document is a reflection of you; not just the information in it, but how you present it too. So how do you make your resume top Read the full post

Top Rated Jobs in Australia

0 Comments   Posted: 06/05/14   by Inspire Media

Find out what the Top Rated Jobs in Australia are

A college degree is not always an assurance of finding a job that pays well. The skills in demand now may not be valuable or useful in just a few years time. In choosing a course, there are many factors that should be taken into account. Failing to get a job after graduation could be Read the full post

The Ultimate Guide to a Training and Assessment Career

6 Comments   Posted: 01/04/14   by William Cowie

Learn how you can get into the field of Training and Assessment

A G20 Training Strategy report states “how many women and men are in employment and how productive they are at work has a lot do to with the available opportunities to acquire and maintain relevant skills. Countries, enterprises and persons all perceive skills development as strategic, and consequently seek to step up investments in skills.” (see report) Read the full post

The Great Big Guide to Working from Home

3 Comments   Posted: 14/03/14   by William Cowie

The Great Big Guide to Working from Home

Working from home isn’t just a dream, it can be a reality too. A job that allows you flexibility to balance work with lifestyle is the ultimate goal for many people. Parents, retirees, extreme introverts, those that live in remote areas and those living with a disability or other health concerns are obvious candidates for Read the full post

The Big List of *Real* Work from Home Jobs

1 Comment   Posted: 14/03/14   by William Cowie

What jobs can you really do from home?

Dreaming of a job that allows you to balance your work with your lifestyle, cut out the 9 to 5 grind and stop wasting precious hours each week commuting? Working from home might be the ticket for you! BUT! What kind of jobs can actually be done from home? Where do you find these jobs? Read the full post

Beware of Scammers! 12 Work from Home Schemes to Avoid

0 Comments   Posted: 14/03/14   by William Cowie

Beware the Scammers! 12 Work from Home Schemes to Avoid

There are always people trying to scam you out of your hard earned dollars. They target the desparate, the unemployed, the undereducated, the frustrated, the burned out, the elderly, the unwary and those just trying to make a little extra in their spare time. There are often very obvious indications a work from home scheme Read the full post

Recovering from job loss

2 Comments   Posted: 06/11/13   by William Cowie

Recovering from job loss

Just experienced a job loss? You have our deepest sympathies. There are many reasons for job loss: firing, layoffs, redundancy, illness, injury, end of contract, business failure, or technological change to your industry. Natural disasters can wipe out a business or industry overnight. You might have had to quit due to personal circumstances or to Read the full post

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