When you’re a new grad, it feels like you need to grab that dream job NOW. But don’t worry if your career path is more indirect; every role and experience has value
The people talk
Rapid technological advancements mean the employment landscape is evolving. Expect new roles, career ‘experiences’ not ladders, and changes in the way humans work.
Job hunters: you’ve seen the job advert online, now what? Check you’ve done these things before you hit ‘submit’
It’s coming to the end of the interview and now it’s your turn. Many job seekers forget that they are there to ask questions too. Consider these points to discuss with your interviewer.
“Congratulations you’ve been progressed to the assessment centre!” So, what is an Assessment Centre? Here are some tips and advice to help you prepare.
This month, Madison is focussing on the theme of Health and Wellness, so it’s the perfect time to share my favourite rejuvenating activity & a few tips!
You’re five years old, your backpack is on, and your lunch is packed. You walk in with your parent and stand in front of the door. Congratulations, you have made it to the first day of primary school. The opportunities are endless; you can be anything you want to be when you “grow up”, life is simple, you’re…
Going for a job interview can be quite daunting but if you can nail the basics of how to make a great first impression, you’ve won half the battle! Studies have revealed that first impressions are formed within 7 to 17 seconds of meeting someone, so whether it’s your career or your social life, it’s…
I’m often asked by high school and university students what they can do to ensure that they have the best chance of getting a suitable job and beginning their career quickly after studying. Although there is more than just one solution, my first and foremost suggestion is always: GET A PART-TIME JOB! The permanent job…