Losing your job at any point in your life can be a distressing experience that no one should have to go through. However, millions of people around the world have recently felt the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and lost their jobs as a result of this.
If we look at all the successful entrepreneurs we know like Bill Gates, Richard Branson, or Mark Zuckerberg, they have all one thing in common which we can learn from them. Life balance is key and this can turn into habits that help Entrepreneurs succeed. Read today how you can adopt these habits for your success.
During the current global pandemic, people are suffering in many ways. This forces them to search for opportunities and options to escape from suffering economic impacts, save money, time or get an early advantage in a pandemic situation. Whenever needs are getting high you can be sure scammers will appear on the scene to make a quick profit. The latest appearance is COVID-19 vaccine scams which hit the mainstream.
If you’re like many, you’ve had to adjust to bringing our work life into our homes and do remote work. Although there are perks to working from home, such as skipping the daily painful commute and staying safe from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, sitting at your home desk all day can take a toll on your health.
With the start of the new year fast approaching, it’s important to think about the biggest hiring trends that employers and applicants alike should consider.
You have made the decision to be your own boss and work as a freelancer? Now it is about time to find a freelance job and the world wide web is the best place to look out for it. 100 websites can connect people to each other, the ones who look for someone who offers a job and hosting the others who seek freelancers.
Working from home is an employee’s dream come true. The nightmare of office politics and the lengthy commute aside, work from home makes one more productive.
To at least some extent. we all work for money. Even if you’re incredibly enthusiastic about your job, you still have bills to pay and a financial future to secure. Yet when it comes time to negotiate a salary, many of us go quiet.