With the Australian government just announcing its plan for on line courses to “develop skills for new jobs in National Priority areas such as nursing, teaching, health, IT and science” here are five top online study tips. You can read these tips at https://onlinestudyaustralia.com/top-5-tips-for-online-study/
Australians will use their time social distancing to develop skills for new jobs in National Priority areas such as nursing, teaching, health, IT and science under a plan from the Morrison Government.
The cost to study short, online courses from our world-class universities and private providers will be slashed to help Australians retrain. The courses will start at the beginning of May and initially will run for six months.According to a Media Release on April 12by Dan TehanMinister for Education
You can read this media release at https://ministers.dese.gov.au/tehan/higher-education-relief-package
Working from home doesn’t have to mean putting professional growth on hold. Use this time to strategically plan your next move.
With coronavirus cases increasing by the day, it is understandable to feel stressed, overwhelmed, and isolated. But just because these are scary times, that doesn’t mean your career needs to grind to a halt. In fact, with the slowdown, this could be the perfect moment to reevaluate your professional trajectory and consider a new direction. Instead of spending the entire day glued to your TV awaiting the latest coronavirus updates, channel that nervous energy into formulating a career strategy. Here are some productive ways to manage the current situation and still move your career forward.
You can read this article at https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecastrillon/2020/03/20/how-to-move-your-career-forward-amid-coronavirus/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=career&cid=5cbf27861802c8c524ac6284#38978a4f65d0
This is a stressful time to be an employee. Many of us are losing our jobs, getting our hours cut, and living with the fear of having our livelihoods stripped away at any moment.
As grueling of an experience as this is, there are a number of things you can—and should …. On the career front, that includes updating your resume. Immediately.
Even if you’re gainfully employed, “You need to plan ahead,” “Jobs can be lost very quickly,and when you’re in a state of panic you can’t be as effective.
Forbes shares some career and job search advice as we try to navigate this difficult time.
The key to making it through and achieving your career goals is to use this time wisely now to set yourself up for quick success later, once the economy starts to rebound. Here's a list of 10 things you can do now to boost results:You can read more at https://www.forbes.com/sites/roberthellmann/2020/04/01/10-ways-to-launch-a-successful-job-search-amid-coronavirus/#2f1a144a51b6
...seven actions you can take to stay market ready while in the safety of your own home. With growing anxiety and isolation spreading across the globe, COVID-19 affects all aspects of our lives. The job market is no exception. While networking remains the top way to find and secure your career of choice, it’s typically practiced in person. As we begin rethinking our day-to-day work, the way we find new work deserves another look, too. The plan below outlines actions to take over the next month to keep you market ready while in the safety of your own home... You can read this article at https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/03/23/how-network-while-you-are-social-distancing-home-opinion
…the work-from-home situation is not the new normal. It is an intensified version of their everyday schedules, where the option to step out for overpriced designer coffee is not longer an option. It takes a certain type of discipline to be able to to get out of bed or peel away from current Netflix series to get productive. This is most especially true when the line between work and rest is a mere five feet away or less…
You can read this article at https://www.forbes.com/sites/biancasalonga/2020/03/24/create-an-inspiring-home-office-during-lockdown/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=career&cid=5cbf27861802c8c524ac6284#385f4f3c3063
…Cover letters are a chance to fill in the “why” behind the resume, especially if the industry, type of company, or role you are applying for isn’t consistent with previous experience. It answers the question: Why the choice to move from the Entertainment to Tech industry? Why go from a massive company to a start up? Why apply for a Marketing position when your previous role was in Sales? Answers to these questions reveal that one is being very deliberate about their career path. The cover letter should show that you match what the company is looking for, and the company matches what you want in an employer…
You can read this article at https://thriveglobal.com/stories/cover-letters-trick-to-get-you-interview-tips/
Jobs have changed so much in recent years. If you’re not up on the latest programs/apps in your field(SEO ability) (you might not get where you want to go.
Have resumes, too, taken on a new identity? We spoke with two hiring experts to find out what yours should look like now, what not to include, and what traditional advice is still relevant and effective today
You can read this article at https://www.theladders.com/career-advice/what-should-a-resume-look-like-in-2020
While written for scientists many of the tips in this article are applicable to non scientists. You can read this article at
You can read this article at https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/346683
…you could turn on a feature that would allow recruiters to find you and know that you are open to new job opportunities .. Although it’s not a brand-new feature, you don’t want to miss out on having this tool turned on.
… Searching for a new job is a time-consuming endeavor. By some estimates, the typical worker takes about six weeks to apply for, interview and finally land a new job offer. And across any industry and level of work, there’s one step to the process that’s bound to slow down even the most qualified and enthusiastic candidate: the cover letter … You can read more at https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/26/the-3-only-things-you-should-include-in-a-cover-letter.html
…in your second act you’ll have more latitude to think about what creates purpose in your work. If you’re more intentional about that, you’ll tend to do better. So, get clear on what matters to you both personally and professionally.
Sit back and identify past experiences at work that brought you the greatest sense of meaning and impact. What were the outcomes and the activities that made your work meaningful? You’ll want to focus on roles that build on that expertise and support those values…
You can read this article at https://www.forbes.com/sites/nextavenue/2019/10/02/secret-sauce-second-act/#45fc37ce3d78