Welcome to a world dedicated to life at Telstra. As technologies advance, markets become more globally oriented and business organisations change, job seekers would need new skills to find and hold good jobs. One of the most difficult things about getting a job can be deciding what you actually want to do. Many people make no particular choice but just ‘drift’ into a job. It is definitely worthwhile, however, to make an effort to see what the possibilities and opportunities are.
Progressive careers redefine corporate careers, from our progressive culture and art collection to great benefits and tons of career growth opportunities. Experience of working with young people, or working in advisory positions, will be helpful when you’re apply for jobs. Other customer service positions, where good communication skills are required, will increase your chances of success at the application stage.
Harvard’s Office of Career Services has an interactive guide to different types of careers, which also includes tips for getting startedâ€ with internships as well as job opportunities abroad. Though some of their information is specific for Harvard students, much of it is helpful for anyone looking to get started on one of the career paths included on their site.
This unique event gives students the opportunity to network with professionals and learn about kinesiology-related career options in health, wellness, fitness, sport, and more. You’ll also get to connect with KIN research labs, student organizations, graduate schools, and even programs not listed in Handshake! Sponsored by the MSU Department of Kinesiology.
The Nonprofit Expo is an opportunity to explore the wide world of nonprofits, hear from professionals about their paths, connect with organizations offering internships and jobs. Alumni working in nonprofits will offer career coaching, resume reviews and share the best ways to market your skills. Veterans and eligible spouses are given priority of service for the receipt of employment, training and placement services provided under most Maine Department of Labor-funded programs.