Hospitality is a dynamic industry that offers a large variety of career options. Jobs in this field encompass diverse positions, starting from the job of a concierge to the job of a chef. Its 24-hour way of life allowing flexible working practices, along with the lucrative pay packages and benefits, make this industry a highly sought-after career option.
My dream job used to be, very specifically, writing books and/or scripts. However, by quitting my 9-5 job and taking on freelance work as a writer, as well as more menial work in a lice clinic, I realized my definition of my dream career was too narrow.
If you’ve grown tired of your current line of work and want a new start, you don’t need to invest years into a new career track. Rapid-fire training and transitions can help you find and land a great job within as little as half a year. There are plenty of folks looking to start a new career, after all, since the average American works just over 11 jobs by the age of 46.
Every year, Forbes comes out with its â€˜Power Listâ€™ and every year, one can see more and more women in these lists. These women stepped out of their comfort zones and conquered their fears. If you truly believe that the world is your oyster and you are here to make your dreams come true, take some inspiration from these women who challenged status quo and won.
There are times in life when you just feel stuck and you donâ€™t know how to move forward. For many people, the question is: should they somehow try to rediscover their passion and motivation and stay in their jobs, or should they try and head off in a new direction? Career coaches and counsellors can help.
Every year, Harvard, Yale, Stanford and other top-law schools churn out their share of bright eyed students who are looking to make a difference and a name for themselves. However, only a few will become what some may call â€˜legal eaglesâ€™.