….Do you at times think that its time (mid-career professional) one either upgrades his/her learning and knowledge on the specific subject / theme, as one feels hitting a saturation point or believes that in-order to make a giant leap, a transition, subtle though, is a must to venture and learn more about a different yet related subject area. .
My friend had just received a call from a potential employer and he was relieved that he does not have to get dressed in formals and meet the employer; rather there is an ‘easy’ telephonic round! But I gave him my word of caution that even though the effort of looking impeccably dressed up and travelling might be saved, there is lot of care that one must take for this round and prepare well.
There are various kinds of courses that can be taken by a person whenever they want. These courses can make a huge difference in an individual’s life and can contribute in their future. When you are taking any course, it is essential that you should make a proper decision.
A lot has been written about “formal communication” during a job interview. There is no dearth of material pertaining to verbal and non-verbal cues that make up for professional business etiquette. Hence, it’s time we talk about communication practices that begin BEFORE you land an interview.
There are often times in life, when one starts to think about the future in a more proactive way than normal; this is something that a large chunk of youth is doing at the moment. “I want to make a difference”-Even though it sounds clichéd, this is what they all want to do–contribute to make a difference. The next question would automatically be, “How”? To that end their aim is towards creating better future, by improving quality of life for people.
In January 2015, I volunteered in Bangladesh for four months with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) on a UK government funded development programme called International Citizen Service (ICS). ICS bring together 18 to 25-year-olds from all backgrounds to fight poverty in overseas and UK communities.
The name ‘data science’ itself can be overwhelming for many but can prove to be a perfect career path for those who’ve got a flair for numbers and a way with computers. While it helps to have a working knowledge on the domains of statistics, programming, distributed computing, databases, machine learning, experimental design, deep learning, and natural language process – it is also important to have the ability of complex problem-solving.
Students looking for part-time jobs to supplement their income should have a swell time checking out the following options. With the internet and the number of opportunities available on the web, you do not have to search futilely for neighborhood, menial jobs like cleaning a lawn, washing a car, walking the dog, or throwing out trash. Now, you can simply put up your laptop, plug in some high-speed dongle, and get on with earning some additional cash.Obviously, some of these jobs are going to require some skills. However, with the number of free online teaching platforms, you can get on to above average abilities in no time.