Jobs are Unrelated to Your Qualifications.


When I left college, I was very good at making applications. Job applications. I applied for dozens of jobs every week with confidence each time knowing a cal for an interview will come. I even applied for people. I applied for my ex and she got the job. I had the energy, I never gave up, each time...

Job Search Doesn’t Have To Be Hard. Read These 9 Tips

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Job Search Strategies are mainly of two types – reactive and proactive. The reactive job search strategies for seeking jobs are used by many people in the business. This means that these people search for the job openings that exist and then they apply for those openings that are of interest to them. The resume is sent to the...

5 benefits of choosing a career in criminal justice

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Deciding on a career path can be very exciting and overwhelming. One of the in-demand career paths today is a career in the criminal justice system. If you’re interested in having a career in law enforcement or the justice system, getting a criminal justice degree is necessary. A criminal justice career will provide individuals with a wide variety of...

The Period Between 1500 to 1700 in American History

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The period between 1500 and 1870 highlights important events as well as social, economic and political trends in the history of women and men of the United States and around the world. The period between 1500 and 1508 that the Indian culture flourished in Florida and the fourth voyage of Christopher Columbus landed on the islands of Jamaica and...

How Do You Change your Careers Amid COVID-19?


The spread of COVID-19 has impacted people and businesses across the globe as millions continue to experience layoffs, furloughs and reduced hours. If your job has been affected by COVID-19, you might be asking yourself what the best next step is for you. If your industry has been widely impacted by the spread of COVID-19 and no longer offers...

3 Mistakes While Job Hunting


In the world of job hunting, stupid mistakes are so frequent that I struggle to understand it.  I can write a book’s worth of material on stupid mistakes job seekers make, but that would make for a very lengthy article. So for now, we'll start with 3 big ones that are just plain stupid and hurt your chances of...

Websites to visit when looking for a Job


Job hunting can be a tedious and stressful process and sometimes you may not know where to begin looking for roles. As such, I have compiled below a list of three places you could start looking for a job. LinkedIn This should be where you spend most of your online time. This is the social network for professionals.  If you haven’t...

Why are Contextual ads a must in your ad stack in 2020?


It’s 2020 and contextual advertising is still the buzzword in the industry. The implementation of privacy laws like the GDPR and CCPA only fueled the popularity of contextual advertising. While this form of advertising has existed in the market for years, it recently made a comeback as the preferred method of advertising. This comes as no surprise since contextual...

Employment Can Be Boring, Read this


Do you beat drowse, again and again, every time your alarm clock heralds the start of yet another horrible day with a shrill ominous ring? You can't bear the thought of yet another horrible day at work because let's face it … you hate your job! We have all been frozen in the grind at some time or another...

BBI is killing Kenya’s Democracy


I once read somewhere that if two people in business always agree on everything then one of them is unnecessary. The truth is we need opposition in what ever ideas we have in life to push ourselves into achieving whatever goals we have in life. A good decision maker should be in a position to make a choice between...