You can’t change when you graduate, but you can change how you secure a job amid economic uncertainties.
Having a degree is no longer enough to secure you a job. So what will?
A good salary or relevant experience? Which comes first?
There is plenty of help you can tap on if you are looking for a full-time job.
You can now defer your student loan repayments. But should you?
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University education is supposed to open doors of opportunity for your career. So why do fresh graduates still find it so hard to find a job?
If being a mother is job, then mothers would have titles of chef, nurse, financial controller, artiste, counsellor, and facilities manager. Why then are mothers returning to the workforce having such a hard time?