Q&A: From Google to Tik Tok to Venture Capital in London

A note from Sam:  My favourite part of this article is Susan’s advice around networking,…

Snagging Six Figures: From Marketing Assistant turned COVID Freelancer and $60,000

I think in my three years I completed 2 practical subjects that I would consider relevant to working in marketing or journalism.

Q&A: Creative roles in the business world

Absolutely, I think that being in product development and or in business strategy is probably more creative than being an architect…

Roundtable Discussion: The true value of ‘Medical Science’

“I think it’s fair to say that 90% of the students enrolled missed out on undergraduate medicine. “

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $48,500 in consulting to $82,000 in talent management

In comparison to HR management, talent management covers more narrow scope in that we focus on people rather than on function and our role is aimed at the capturing and retention of talent.

A career you haven’t considered: Working in hotels

Ambiguous title, what does it mean and you do day to day?

The Resume Project: Accounting

In an interview what skills would you recommend someone promote about themselves?

Uncut: The things you can’t unsee as an ICU nurse

If you’re a nurse then cleaning s***, removing drains from peoples brains or thinking on your feet in a critical situation all become ‘normal.’

The Resume Project: Advertising and Social Media

Whether you want to be a journalist, a marine biologist, a business owner, a banker –…

I did a business degree, but don’t know what I can actually DO

How to find which business ‘shoe’ fits

Snagging Six Figures: From earning $48,500 at $85,000 in 4 years.

I decided to write this article because I really think there is value in quitting your job to get a pay rise.  I would take the value of a new experience seriously. It could open a lot of doors.

Q&A Tour of a Year 3 Classroom

The first “prac” you have in a classroom is the real beginning of you as…

Q&A on Studying Animation

How do get into the industry?

Inside Biomedical Engineering and Working at a Medical Device Company

I really liked working with people and learning about consumers, but I also really liked the human body.

From Civil Engineering to Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business at Uni

Are you considering engineering and/or starting your own business?

If you are considering psychology, STOP and READ this

Here’s the recipe for becoming a psychologist

What is an Elite Athlete Program

I think that as a professional athlete you only have a certain window to be able to compete at high levels. But it’s also a risk to put studying on hold to do it. So this allows you to do both.