Planning to return to the workforce after a career break can be daunting. Re-launch your career with confidence.

This article is authored by Helen Green, Career Coach and Director of Career Confident, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article on Career Confident's website. A career break is becoming more common for a myriad of reasons. However, whether you put your career on hold for family, health or other … Continue reading Planning to return to the workforce after a career break can be daunting. Re-launch your career with confidence.

Depression, poverty and bad teeth: performers really do suffer for art

This article is written by Garry Maddox and is originally published by The Sydney Morning Herald. While not a household name, Neil Pigot has racked up an impressive list of credits in a 35-year acting career. He has been in Blue Heelers and The Kettering Incident on TV, such films as The Dish and Red Dog and played major roles for the Sydney and … Continue reading Depression, poverty and bad teeth: performers really do suffer for art

36 Interview Questions That Are Actually Fun To Answer

This article is written by Heather Finn and is originally published by Levo. Job interviews are exciting and anxiety-inducing at the very same time: Landing one means you’ve made it past the initial application stage and into the more exclusive “yes” pile, but it also means preparing for those all-too-familiar questions about your strengths, your … Continue reading 36 Interview Questions That Are Actually Fun To Answer

How Big Data Can Make or Break Your Job Search

This article is originally published by The Muse. We've all been there. You pour your energy into a new resume and craft the perfect cover letter. After anxiously pressing “submit" on the online application, you wait—and wait, and wait. But you never hear back about that dream job. There's a reason why, and it may have … Continue reading How Big Data Can Make or Break Your Job Search

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