Advice for Youth Travelling Overseas: A Mother’s Perspective

June 6, 2013

[Today's post is brought to you by our guest blogger Mousumi B., a vocational instructor in Ontario, Canada.] I am a mother of a 19 year old boy, who wants to travel abroad to be engaged in an international internship to shape up his career and gain real life hands on experience. Since he has [...]

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Choosing Your Career Path: Questions to Ask

November 19, 2012

What type of career are you interested in?  Are there a lot of jobs available in that industry?  What kind of money can you expect to make?  Do you think you will be successful doing it?  These are just some of the

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Don’t Delay; Put Off College Today

October 9, 2012

Have you considered taking a gap year? Students, if you have parents who are downright giddy about the idea of you going off to college or university, you might want to save this article until they are out of the room because chances are they won’t be overly thrilled with me for putting the idea [...]

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Your Résumé: The Translated Version

March 20, 2012

Other than your tax return, your résumé is probably one of the most important and time consuming documents that you will ever write.  You carefully analyze your word choice to ensure that it conveys the correct meaning and frames you in the best light.  You list your skills, your experience and your education.  You

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