Most people are inspired to become lawyers when they see shows like “Law & Order” and they want to bring criminals to justice. Then they grow up and learn that this is only one of many aspects of the law; family law, property law, corporate law, business law, media law, the list goes on and on. The good news is that there are many types of law careers to suit individual strengths and interests, and you’ll always be helping someone get what they want. The more challenging news is, you have to narrow down those interests as soon as possible so you can start specialising right away.
It can be something that consumes our entire outlook on life if we let it, and it’s not particularly difficult to let it color our outlook on everything with a negative hue. Working in a career you don’t like is something that, surprisingly, a lot of people just put up with now. The age-old adage of hard work paying off appears to be for less purpose now than it ever used to be. And while competition for jobs is more rife now, especially the more desired roles, a lot of us feel inclined to stay in a safe job, with the regular paycheck that we get every month and live a life of complete mundanity. But is that all there is? Or can you make the most out of where you are? Of course you can! And here is how.
Going through the job search process can sometimes be a long, difficult journey whose end is unknown. But, as difficult as this time may be, it’s important to stay focused and motivated throughout the process in order to find success on the other end. Here are 7 tips you can use to help keep you motivated while you search for a job.
During the last decade, we have heard hundreds of female entrepreneurs’ success stories. Although the pay gap in government and corporate firms still exists, the growing number of female entrepreneurs is the best indicator of the fast emancipation of women from all over the world. By creating their own companies, women are becoming completely independent from men and the corporate world that allows the pay gap, unequal treatment and sexist remarks from the superiors.
When you first start out in the world of freelancing, it can be a lonely and alien place; especially if you have always worked for someone else and had a regular income coming in. While most people will do their due diligence regarding the pros and cons and the financial implications of becoming a freelancer, there is an alarming number of people who decide to try out freelancing without any real evaluation of the changes in financial circumstances.
#InspireLSCareers | Take Away Tips from the Female Panelists at this years Power of Women Awards #PowerfulWomen #SheInspiredHer
This article highlights some great take away tips and real life experiences that we picked up via the Power of Women Awards Discussion Panel hosted by Magic FM daytime show host and Magic Soul Presenter Angie Greaves.
Deciding on what to do with your life can be a very hard choice at times. There is so many things that one person can do but do you actually know what you want to do? No matter what age you are or your background, starting somewhere new or deciding where to go will always be a question that that no-one else can answer but you. As you grow in life, you will find that you will be attracted to different industries but before you actually start on that road, it’s important to know what options are available to you. Read on to find out what steps you can take to help you follow your path.
Being invited to a job interview thereafter receiving the positive news of a job interview invitation courtesy of a successful application undoubtedly offers a significant sense of optimism for a brighter future, much-needed professional and personal change and alternatively a return to employment after raising children or dealing with personal adversity.