25 and unemployed: the quarter life crisis hurting young people

This article was originally published by The Sydney Morning Herald. They call it the quarter-life crisis. A growing number of young Australians do not have full-time work by the time they turn 25 and Michael Ouzas is desperately trying to avoid this situation. The 23-year-old, who has a masters degree in landscape architecture from RMIT, … Continue reading 25 and unemployed: the quarter life crisis hurting young people

Five Things Never To Say To A Job-Hunting Friend

This article is written by Liz Ryan, CEO/founder of Human Workplace and author of Reinvention Roadmap. You can read the original article in Forbes. Dear Liz, I'm job-hunting. I'm trying to keep my chin up. I know I will get hired, but it's hard to stay positive sometimes. My friends are well-meaning but they're not always helpful. … Continue reading Five Things Never To Say To A Job-Hunting Friend

25 skills LinkedIn says are most likely to get you hired in 2018 — and the online courses to get them

This article is originally published in The Business Insider. With the introduction of far-reaching and robust technology, the job market has experienced its own exponential growth, adaptation, and semi-metamorphosis. So much so that it can be difficult to guess what skills employer’s are looking for and what makes your résumé — and not another — … Continue reading 25 skills LinkedIn says are most likely to get you hired in 2018 — and the online courses to get them

Clients demanding more from contingent workforce providers

The trend of providing employee-style benefits to contingent workers is overall positive, but recruiters and contractor management organisations are wearing most of the associated legal risks, a seasoned HR professional says. The contracting model traditionally used to be "we'll do your payroll and your super, but you're kind of on your own for the rest … Continue reading Clients demanding more from contingent workforce providers

What You’ve Been Doing Wrong in Job Interviews

This article is exclusively written by Loren Brown for Career Money Life. There are a variety of reasons why candidates fall short in interviews and never land that coveted position. These can range from tangible skills and performance all the way to how applicants present themselves. HR managers and interviewers are constantly amazed at the … Continue reading What You’ve Been Doing Wrong in Job Interviews