Are you looking for a career change? Sick and tired of the same old office job? Maybe it’s time for you to re-explore the job market and find a more rewarding and satisfying career. Whether it be working with your hands, other people or doing something creative, there is something out there for everyone. Read on for some of the most rewarding careers in 2014.
We live in the age of the gap year, with a huge number of students having spent a good chunk of time on the road before settling down for fresher’s week. While travelling can prepare you for independent life in a variety of ways, its one drawback is that it’s mightily addictive.
The good news for those who’ve picked up the travel bug is that the wandering needn’t stop at the end of your gap year. Here, we take a look at a number of courses and career paths that can set you up for a lifetime of travel.
Millions of small businesses open their doors around the world every year. If you have an business idea and you want set yourself apart from the herd and really succeed, you had best be coming loaded with the world’s most unique value proposition, some extremely diverse revenue streams and a truckload of creativity. Here are a few ideas to inspire you.
The office slob. The girl with the messy desk. The guy whose desk is littered with takeaway coffee cups. The old timer who hasn’t updated his corporate wardrobe since ‘79. We’ve all worked with people like this, and without a doubt, they can really drag the tone of the office down. So how do you deal with the office slob? Check out these tips for cleaning up your workplace today.
Before anybody can embark on the great dream of purchasing a home, they need to start saving for a deposit. While having a budget is definitely an important part of the process, having a solid savings and financial plan in place ensures that first homebuyers are able to not only reach their goals, but afford them for many years to come. Read on to find out how having a savings plan could help get you in your first home sooner.