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Posted February 18, 2015 by

Bank it all on beauty: post-graduation tips

Woman doing a manicure and applying nail polish

Woman doing a manicure and applying nail polish. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Businesses are bust, bosses aren’t hiring and too many graduates are clogging the employment sector – but there’s one industry still moving from strength to strength.

It’s the beauty industry, and it’s set to make more than $265 billion in 2017.

And it’s not all about leggy blondes gliding down catwalks. From small boutiques to purveyors of fine fragrances, a budding graduate can easily make their mark in beauty – even if they have to start at the bottom of the ladder.

Whether you’ve got a degree in accounting, management or the fine arts, the world of coiffuring, cosmetics and clothing could make you millions.

So, what positions could you enjoy if you want to become beauty royalty? (more…)

Posted December 27, 2013 by

The Hidden Benefits of Part Time Work

In the news, you may hear about people who are underemployed; these individuals are part-time workers.  While some people might prefer having full-time jobs, they shouldn’t sleep on part-time opportunities.  The following infographic shares the hidden benefits of part-time work, as well as other related information. (more…)

Posted August 28, 2013 by

Starting an Entry Level Job in a New Location? How to Overcome Feeling Lonely

It’s one thing to begin a new entry level job, but how about starting one in a new place without knowing anyone.  If you are in this position, the following post has advice to overcome feeling lonely.

To the class of 2013, congratulations! Many of you will now embark on your next adventure: a new job in a new city. A fresh start is always exciting. Not only do you get to spread your wings; you also get to do what you’ve wanted to do professionally for years. There’s just one holdup

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