Post Masonry – Style 1

Q&A: Careers in Pharmaceutical Biotech

It’s funny, when I started I had no idea that doing a chemistry and pharmaceutical based undergrad degree could actually lead me into nanomaterials, or even the nanotechnology field.

Q&A with a blood researcher: What he does, how to get in.

 You are a research assistant at Red Cross Australia. What are you doing, day to day? Basically day to day you are in the lab; you are on the ground doing…

Intern Diaries: A news website

The sales team need some sales decks updated. “Do you know Powerpoint?” asks Tracy Grimshaw

Q&A with a Marketing Director at an E-Commerce store

Be humble – you are never bigger than the business you work for.

Cash Chronicles: Gabby, 25, The End.

The aim is to encourage people to start talking about their money in real life. What you buy, when, and how you FEEL seeing it all recorded at the end of the…

Cash Chronicles: Gabby, 25, The Part 3 We Begged For, Albie v. Oliver

I have two dates scheduled this weekend. I truly, genuinely – NEVER thought I’d do it. Cash Chronicles: Gabby, 25, $56,800, Newly Dating, Part 1

ICU Nurse: A day in the life

What do you like about being a ICU nurse, specifically over other types of nursing?

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, “I think because of that attitude I wasn’t at the event with an intention to ‘network’ –…

Cash Chronicles: Gabby, 25, Job Keeper, Not-So-Newly Dating, Part 2

The aim is to encourage people to start talking about their money in real life. What you buy, when, and how you FEEL seeing it all recorded at the end of the…

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.

Cash Chronicles: Gabby, 25, $56,800, Newly Dating, Part 1

Part one, in a two part cash chronicles…

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…