If you want short-term jobs, great personal experience, and make money – freelancing might be your gig. Shirley gives you some reasons why to consider this exciting route. What exactly is a ‘freelancer’? The ‘ever-faithful’ Wikipedia defines the term freelancer as “a term commonly used for a person who is self-employed and is not necessarily committed to […]
Management skills are what you need to have for any leadership position. Here’s what makes a good manager and how to up your managerial skills.
Bachelor of Theology or Divinity Theology is an in-depth study of Christianity. It includes modules such as the Old Testament, New Testament, Practical Theology and Missiology. It also includes modules regarding social issues like HIV/Aids so that at the end of the course, you are equipped to handle all situations in the correct manner. This […]
Finding your dream career may take a few tries, and here’s why that’s okay. At the age of 27, I have changed career paths six or seven times. I have two degrees and it still took a total of 8 years to find my true calling and to really immerse myself and find ultimate work […]
The MBA is an internationally recognised post-graduate qualification which constitutes the science of management.
If you can multitask, lead a team and you love interacting with people, then managing projects may be your dream career. For anyone interested in the project management process, here’s a breakdown of what this career entails. In South Africa there is a growing need for Project Managers or employees who have project management […]
Career guidance is the most effective resource a student has at their fingertips to assist them with course guidance to help ensure job guarantee, use it! Career Guidance at University Want to find out how to guarantee yourself a job? Many times we hear that there are no jobs for our graduates but as stated in […]
Are There Any Jobs for University Graduates? THE GOOD NEWS about Graduate Jobs: According to a report conducted by Stellenbosch University published April 2013, commissioned by The Centre for Development and Enterprise, only 5% of graduates are unemployed. This is a significant finding in a country plagued by high unemployment. Consider further, the increase in […]
Raj Naran, Career Development Educator and Team Leader from Wits University’s Careers Counseling, provides insight into career guidance, decision-making and looks at the questions students face when tackling a tertiary education. Role of Counselling and Careers Development Department: In brief, the role of the Counselling and Careers Development Unit is to provide psycho-social support and career […]
Whether or not the above statement is accurate is not the point. The statistics in First world countries show that Generation Y will change jobs every 2.6 years. The evidence is mounting that this will include career changes along the way with changing jobs. Generation Y is defined as those born between 1977 and 1997. […]