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Why Investing in Your Early 20s will Be Your Best Financial Decision to Date

A person's early 20s is the best time to abuse their bodies. We can still go to work at 9AM after a night of partying, we can stay late to finish a report without any drawbacks, and we can drink all the coffee we want without thinking about heart palpitations. Our bodies can take the occasional beating and recover if we change our ways early enough. Lucky for us, it's the same way with our wallets. According to US-based financial think tank Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra),

How to Turn Your Internship Into a Full-Time Job

Internships are the perfect way for you to get a taste of the real world while you’re still a student. While school is there to teach you the theory and concepts behind your chosen line of work, it still can’t beat actual hands-on experience at an office. It’s also an excellent way to build networks and get to know some people in your industry. Another advantage to landing an internship? If you're good enough, you'll immediately find yourself on the shortlist of new employees the company is l

How to Improve Your Profile Picture on Kalibrr

Kalibrr profile pictures are one of the first and most important things recruiters see when they first browse your resume online. As an applicant, you need to make sure that you do what you can to give the right first impression. Here are a few tips to boost your Kalibrr profile picture: 1. Upload a current photoYour photos are the only thing company recruiters have to go by when initially imagining their prospective employee. This also means your face on the profile is what interviewers e

Barely Breathing: 5 Ways to Avoid Burnouts

As a popular saying goes, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” What Jack doesn’t tell you is that not only does “all work and no play” make you dull, but it can also make you prone to burnouts. What exactly is a burnout? Burning out is a special kind of stress in its own category [http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/burnout/art-20046642] . It’s chronic stress you feel when you are at the end of your rope. When you're burnt out, you're in a constant state

Why Investing in Your Early 20s will Be Your Best Financial Decision to Date

A person's early 20s is the best time to abuse their bodies. We can still go to work at 9AM after a night of partying, we can stay late to finish a report without any drawbacks, and we can drink all the coffee we want without thinking about heart palpitations. Our bodies can take the occasional beating and recover if we change our ways early enough. Lucky for us, it's the same way with our wallets. According to US-based financial think tank Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra),

How to Turn Your Internship Into a Full-Time Job

Internships are the perfect way for you to get a taste of the real world while you’re still a student. While school is there to teach you the theory and concepts behind your chosen line of work, it still can’t beat actual hands-on experience at an office. It’s also an excellent way to build networks and get to know some people in your industry. Another advantage to landing an internship? If you're good enough, you'll immediately find yourself on the shortlist of new employees the company is l

How to Improve Your Profile Picture on Kalibrr

Kalibrr profile pictures are one of the first and most important things recruiters see when they first browse your resume online. As an applicant, you need to make sure that you do what you can to give the right first impression. Here are a few tips to boost your Kalibrr profile picture: 1. Upload a current photoYour photos are the only thing company recruiters have to go by when initially imagining their prospective employee. This also means your face on the profile is what interviewers e

Barely Breathing: 5 Ways to Avoid Burnouts

As a popular saying goes, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” What Jack doesn’t tell you is that not only does “all work and no play” make you dull, but it can also make you prone to burnouts. What exactly is a burnout? Burning out is a special kind of stress in its own category [http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/in-depth/burnout/art-20046642] . It’s chronic stress you feel when you are at the end of your rope. When you're burnt out, you're in a constant state

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