How to Pitch a New Idea to Your Boss

Building a successful career takes more than just showing up to work and ticking items off your daily task list. Those who succeed are the ones who go that extra mile with everything they do, who form meaningful and dynamic relationships with their teammates, and who have something to offer their business that no-one else … Continue reading “How to Pitch a New Idea to Your Boss”

5 of the Best Countries in The World to Be a Doctor

Colleges expect to outfit their medical under graduation with the capacities required to wind up specialists, so it looks good that the course incorporates a considerable degree of sensible work. Under graduation, contribute most of their vitality in position in indicating foundation healing centres. A course of action is proposed to open under graduation to … Continue reading “5 of the Best Countries in The World to Be a Doctor”

Why Remote Workers are Happier Than Office Employees

Today’s global economy has totally altered the workplace. Thanks to technology, online collaboration and communication has never been this easier. This also made remote work more popular. More and more people are now working outside of offices. We are now even seeing the so-called digital nomad revolution. But, is this remote work culture making employees … Continue reading “Why Remote Workers are Happier Than Office Employees”

How To Win An Argument And Strengthen Your Career

Making progress in your career means finding a careful balance between personal drive and team spirit. On the one hand, you’re ambitious, full of ideas, and you want prove to the world that you deserve a shot at success. On the other hand, nobody likes a show-off or a know-it-all – and nobody wants to … Continue reading “How To Win An Argument And Strengthen Your Career”

Professional Etiquette for Jobseekers and Recruiters

Job seeking is an experience that most of us that are out of high school or college know all too well. After education comes the inevitability of seeking employment that will give us the field in which what we focused on in the past years of our life will be useful, something fulfilling to do … Continue reading “Professional Etiquette for Jobseekers and Recruiters”

What the Richest & Smartest People Have on Their Desks

The style of a person’s workspace seems like a trivial thing. It’s where work gets done, where learning occurs, and where discoveries are made – so why would the workspace style hold any importance if the work is, for the most part, psychological? Studies show that a person’s environment may have a larger impact on … Continue reading “What the Richest & Smartest People Have on Their Desks”

Gig Economy Infographic Shows That Freelancing Is a Growing Career Choice

In my interview with Nissar earlier this year on The CareerMetis podcast talking about the gig economy, we discussed how difficult it is to get a good picture of who makes up the population of freelancers, independent consultants and solopreneurs. For one thing, there are a lot of headlines out there about the freelance workforce … Continue reading “Gig Economy Infographic Shows That Freelancing Is a Growing Career Choice”

Skills of the Future: 10 Skills You’ll Need to Thrive in 2020

The world is entering an exciting new era in terms of technology. From reusable rockets to self-driving cars, we experience how the most amazing breakthroughs and innovations of our time are revolutionizing the way we live and interact with the world around us. Startups like Uber have made public transport better and safer for commuters. … Continue reading “Skills of the Future: 10 Skills You’ll Need to Thrive in 2020”

How to Help Your Boss Help Your Career

However hard you study, apply yourself, and strive for excellence in the workplace, you will likely find that few factors will have as much influence on your career as the people with whom you work. This doesn’t mean that you need to network yourself into the ground, trying to associate with ‘winners’ or people in … Continue reading “How to Help Your Boss Help Your Career”

What Millennials Expect From their Employers

Millennials are joining the workforce in increasing numbers and will represent nearly 75 percent by 2025. Currently, 40 percent of companies employ 50 or more millennials; however 44 percent of millennials say they will leave their job within two years. This generation is considered the most diverse in U.S. history and has obtained more college … Continue reading “What Millennials Expect From their Employers”