Published on October 27, 2016

9 little-known tips to boost your job search


Finding a job isn’t always easy. It takes stamina, grit and industry knowledge. Before you submit your next application, take the following advice into consideration on how millennials can boost their job search.   1. Take stock of your skill set, professional goals and experience Don’t forget to spend some quality time with yourself in… Read More

Published on October 26, 2016

Ask the intern: I don’t have enough work to do


“Hi Fiona, my name is David and I’m about three weeks into my engineering internship in Colombia. I love the company that I’ve been placed with and the work that I’ve been given has been so interesting. The only problem is that I’ve sort of run out of things to do. My supervisor and boss… Read More

Published on October 25, 2016

How to decide which foreign language you should learn


So you’ve read up on why you should learn a foreign language and you’re finally convinced that it’s time to join the ranks of the billions of polyglots around the world. Now the big question is which language should you invest all that time and energy in? Consider the following to help you narrow down… Read More

Published on October 24, 2016

Inspirational Ted Talks for aspiring professionals


Next time you’re cooking dinner or tidying your room, pull up some Ted Talks to get the perfect dose of information and inspiration. Learn about the importance of grit, why you’ll fail to have a great career, the power of body language and dreaming the impossible dream, with what we consider to be four of… Read More

Published on October 21, 2016

9 top tips for navigating a new city


1. Download a metro map to your phone Having a metro or public transportation map on your phone will give you a tool that’s easy to access. You’ll be able to refer to it whenever you need it – just make sure to keep your phone charged.   2. Use Google Maps If you can… Read More

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