NEWS.COM.AU: Best resumes, how to apply for jobs: Careers coach reveals top tips, jane jackson, career coach, career change, seek,

Despite Covid-19 and the subsequent recession, companies and businesses are still looking for staff as the job market continues to boom. Here’s how to apply for jobs. Read original article on 28/6/2021. According to SEEK, May job advertisements increased by 27.2 per cent compared to pre-Covid figures of May 2019. Furthermore, they were up […]

ABC EVERYDAY: Want a career change but don’t know where to start?

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Original article in ABC Everyday by Patrick Wright first published on 2 June 2021 Katy* is considering a career change, but after almost two decades in the same industry she doesn’t know where to start. She emailed us after reading one of our stories about career development and planning.  The 47-year-old is still working in […]

NEWSCORP: Australian Workers Most Likely to Get a Pay Rise This Year

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Original article in the Herald Sun by Melanie Burgess Careers deputy editor Australian employers might be feeling more generous than last year, but some employees are more likely to get a pay rise than others. Two thirds of workers believe they should get a decent pay rise this year, but just 12 per cent of […]

MAMAMIA: The Reality of the Gender Pay Gap

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The complicated reality of the gender pay gap. “My male best friend was offered $5K more for the same job.” Original article published in Mamamia on 2 June 2021 including my contribution to this article on the gender pay gap. Tegan* finished her design and advertising course as Dux of her year.  Her lecturer told […]

MAMAMIA: Is a ‘Side Hustle’ Worth It?

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Meet the new generation of ‘Non-Preneurs’ who say, ‘I don’t want to be my own boss!’ There’s no doubting it’s the era of the side-hustle. Read the full article in Mamamia Being your own boss and building an empire has never been more attractive, particularly for women.  We’re told it’s the ultimate way to set […]

FASHION JOURNAL: What’s Your Apology Language?

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Interview in FASHION JOURNAL When we really mean it, “I love you” and “I’m sorry” are two of the most important and terrifying things we say to one another. Yet they can also be some of the emptiest phrases we lob at one another when we want to dodge deeper conversations. We’re at once reserved […]

212 How to Create a SUCCESS MINDSET

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           Over the past 20 years coaching professionals to make a successful career transition, I’ve found that having a SUCCESS MINDSET is the most important trait to possess to ensure a smooth career change and secure a role that will be satisfying and rewarding. Do you have a success mindset? Do you […]

199 Joseph Akoni – LinkedIn Product Manager

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           Joseph Akoni is a creative product manager who has leveraged his Masters Degree in Computer Engineering and MBA, extensive product management experience, innovative approach and warm personality to secure his role at this great place to work – LinkedIn! In this episode Joseph shares his fascinating career journey, the recruitment process […]

The Sydney Morning Herald

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The Sydney Morning Herald business section features an excerpt from  Navigating Career Crossroads by author, Jane Jackson Click here to read the original article in SHM  Explore Job Search Strategies that Work         Career management coach and author Jane Jackson shares an excerpt from her book Navigating Career Crossroads to provide encouragement […]