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How office politics harms careers

The dirty truth about office politics is this – It will drag you in even without your consent. Some voluntarily get involved into it while others strive to stay away from it. The latter case is minority in most organizations. Unfortunately, office politics can...

Continuous Learning – Key to future career prospects

Institutionalized learning is becoming a thing of the past. In order to innovate or remain relevant, both organizations and people must adopt a culture of continuous learning. This is inevitable, given the fast-paced technology developments that include Artificial...

Expertise & Skills – That’s all that matters!

When it comes to cementing financial gains through career progress, the line between blue and white collar is fading. Education was the only major barrier between blue and white collar professions, especially advanced degrees bestowed at college level. In the digital...

Pandemic perspective: Part-time vs. freelance

Amid layoffs, many are considering freelancing or part-time options. Not many people will find freelance comforting. You have to be competitive with pricing bids in order to win projects (in case you are registered in popular freelance websites), and gaining...

A Standard Interview question post lockdown

“How did you spend your work-time during lockdown?” will be a standard question during job interviews. If you didn’t lose your job, then interviewers will want to know how productive you were working from home in terms of managing efficiency. If you didn’t have a job,...

Key job sectors in Chemicals Industry

The Chemicals Industry spans a broad spectrum. This is one sector that influences supply chains of all other prominent industries barring Education, accounting and advertising. Below is the list of prominent sectors in Chemical Industry jobs: · Basic Chemicals ·...

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