Job Search: Can your brain tell what career is right for you?

Job Search: Can your brain tell what career is right for you?

Can your brain hold the answers to what career is most suitable for you? Every brain is wired differently, which means everything from your thought process to your reaction to a situation and even the skill sets you possess will be different from someone else. A revolutionary new process called 4D Brain Analysis promises to unlock the secrets of the brain and provide scientific answers about one’s personality. The patent-pending 4D Brain Analysis combines four different steps to arrive at answers. Components of the analysis include Brain Mapping, DNA mapping,…

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Job recruitment: Telangana State Road Transportation Corporation waiting for CM’s nod

Job recruitment: Telangana State Road Transportation Corporation waiting for CM’s nod

Following the recent statement given by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao that his government is going to fill all vacant posts in various departments and corporations, not only unemployed youth, but also leaders of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation employees’ unions are eagerly waiting for KCR’s final nod to fill more than 2,000 posts lying vacant in the corporation. If job-seekers are enthusiastic to test their luck in the job recruitment drive, employees of the corporation are of the view that if the vacant posts are filled, their work…

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Lost Your IT Job? A Scholarship To Help You ‘Bounce Back’

Lost Your IT Job? A Scholarship To Help You ‘Bounce Back’

Indian IT sector is facing challenges on multiple fronts, from change in technological landscape to stricter work permit regime in many countries. There have been also been reports of mass layoffs by various companies, even though the industry has consistently denied the allegations. To help IT workers who have lost their job in recent times, online professional training company Simplilearn is offering “Bounce Back” scholarships. The programme aims to help IT professionals avail free access to relevant courses and training programmes and help reskill themselves. The scholarships which are available…

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ISRO Recruitment 2017: Job Opportunities For Graduates, SSLC Pass Candidates

ISRO Recruitment 2017: Job Opportunities For Graduates, SSLC Pass Candidates

NEW DELHI: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has invited applications for recruitment to the posts of Hindi typist and technician-B (electrical). ISRO Recruitment is open for vacancies at ISRO Headquarters, Bengaluru and MCF, Hassan and Department of Space. Interested candidates only after ensuring their eligibility can apply for the posts on or before 28 July 2017. ‘The posts are temporary, but likely to continue,’ reads the official notification. A total of 5 posts are available for recruitment out of which only one vacancy is for technician post. Also Read: Joint…

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Find your next job at Rick Stein’s career open morning in Cornwall

Find your next job at Rick Stein’s career open morning in Cornwall

From waiting and bar work to pathways leading to a career as a chef, discover the wide range of jobs on offer across the county’s Rick Stein outlets at Padstow’s open morning. The Rick Stein Group will be holding a careers open morning on Monday, June 19, to showcase its summer job opportunities across Cornwall. Between 9am and 12pm members of the Rick Stein team will be on hand at Rick Stein’s Cookery School in Padstow to provide information on a number of restaurant and kitchen job opportunities available throughout…

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Mumbai university digital assessments: Examiners to be trained on the job

Mumbai university digital assessments: Examiners to be trained on the job

After University of Mumbai conducted a day-long training session on digital assessment for some of its teachers across affiliated colleges, it will now train the rest on the job. This means, many examiners will learn how to assess papers digitally when they start the actual process next week. “There’ll be no more training schedules for teachers, but we plan to train them on the job. Each assessment centre will have an expert from the online agency to guide teachers as and when required. The process is pretty simple so teachers…

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Ex-Google career coach shares 4-step strategy for dealing with a job you hate

Ex-Google career coach shares 4-step strategy for dealing with a job you hate

Maybe you feel a lot like Ryan Howard from ‘The Office,’ who mopes around from 9 to 5, hating his job. That doesn’t mean you’re destined for an unhappy professional life. You might have just hit a career plateau. Career strategist Jenny Blake, who co-founded Google’s career mentorship program, shares her strategy for getting to a more positive place. 1. Don’t worry Feeling unsatisfied at work can be part of a normal professional cycle for those who seek a fulfilling job that makes an impact on the world, she says….

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The secret life of a DJ: a joyous job in a grimly misogynistic industry

The secret life of a DJ: a joyous job in a grimly misogynistic industry

The entertainment industry is a difficult place in which to carve out a career, and attempting to navigate this patriarchal, charlatan-filled landscape is all the more trying as a young female. I am a successful DJ, play all over the world and have won various awards for my work. I love what I do. But I loathe the music business. Dance music for the most part is a boys’ club: tech geeks pressing buttons in darkened rooms, or ultra-macho pseudo rock stars strutting their stuff, accessorised by half-naked podium dancers….

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Have you ever missed a job application deadline?

Have you ever missed a job application deadline?

Steven Woolfe, a Ukip MEP, has insisted his application to lead his party was sent on time, despite the nomination not being received until 12.17pm on Sunday, 17 minutes past the midday deadline. “I was actually on the phone with one of the Ukip officials at four minutes to 12 telling them I’m pressing the button for submit and he was saying, ‘We can’t see it, take photographs of it,’ which I did. I sent them at eight minutes past,” he said. Woolfe said he hoped the party would accept…

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Five signs you are applying for your dream (or nightmare) job

Five signs you are applying for your dream (or nightmare) job

It can be tough changing jobs and not knowing whether your new role will be a dream or a nightmare. “The grass is always greener” is a cliche for a reason. And of course you can’t predict exactly how the leap will work out. Job descriptions don’t often give away a company’s ethos or culture, and when applying for a position we usually focus on presenting ourselves at our best, rather than putting our potential employer under the microscope. However, it is crucial to look at the company as a…

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