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Blog: Look Beyond

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06-Nov-14, 19:27
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Taking the decision of moving out for the first time is a hard process which takes lots of preparation. Not long after you've made your choice to live on your own or share a flat with friends, you will find out things are not as simple as you have imagined them to be. From registering your new address to redirecting your mail subscriptions and getting acquainted with your new surroundings, there will be a long road until you finally be able to taste the sweet freedom of living away from your parents.

Paying Your Bills:

Paying for rent and bills requires you to have a regular income and working freelance in the beginning of your student years would hardly help you. You need to find a proper job with a salary to suit your monthly expenses. Running to your parents every once and a while for money is something you need to avoid except in critical situations. If you want to be in charge of your dwelling, you need to take responsibilities seriously. If you are a student, so you need to look out for a job with more flexible working hours. Ask your local cafe or grocery shop if they are in need of some help. If one part-time job won't do the trick, try to find another one to suit your free hours.

Taking Care of Your Home:

If you had already [b]moved out[/b] once, you would have known cleaning is one of the top tasks you need to take care of before setting your foot out of home. Leaving the house in the best condition possible is essential if you want to get your security deposit back. Still, there are many leasers who prefer to call a professional team or just leave their homes unclean. Either way, the condition of your newly-rented home depends on you and if you don't take proper care of the interior as well as the exterior of the house, you risk in being left without your bond back.

The Bottom Line:

There are many responsibilities you got to take when moving out for the first time. Yet, it is a wonderful experience which will teach you to handle life easily. Don't be afraid to seek help whenever you are in need and try to give your best when embarking in this journey.

Blog: Look Beyond

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02-Jun-14, 21:35
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Graduation is one of the most important steps of your corporational career development, yet prior to acquiring the job of your dreams, you will most probably need to take a couple of jobs which are not related to your education. Having graduation certificate doesn't prove you're good at what you do - experience does. That's why in most cases, graduates who hadn't worked a probation job usually find it hard to get employed in a big, renown company right away.

Every Job Counts!

Finding the right internship might seem to you like the hardest challenge you can ever get through, yet it is even easier than your wildest dreams. There are lots of companies interested in employing young ambitious interns with the prosperity of later on giving them a raise in a more responsible position. Depending on your education type and specification, you can search for a job which matches not only your future job requirements, but gives you lots of information and experience in similar sectors. If you study ecology for example, it might be a great opportunity to check out the local housekeeper and gardener jobs. Working in the cleaning industry can give you a broad range of skills helping you better understand the Ecology sector. Same goes for future pediatricians who could take advantage of the babysitter and child care agencies in the city getting to know better what it really is to work with children.

Embrace Each Opportunity!

The opportunities are endless and even though your first internship turns out to be way different that being the newest addition to a growing corporation in your sector of interest, this doesn't mean it would be a bad experience. Every job has its own perks, you just need to give your best at what you do! Only this way, you will get to experience the full set of advantages which come with it.

About the Author:

Joanna is a social media entrepreneur and passionate writer who works with the Australian agency Cleaning House Melbourne. Visit the website on: http://www.cleaninghousemelbourne.com.au/

Thread: Social Research Method

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23-Feb-14, 18:03
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Don't research the children, take a closer look at their parents. This is where such problems first set foot in a child's life.

Thread: Advice needed please.

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23-Feb-14, 18:01
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I strongly recommend that you get a Master's degree in a different field of science since, as you said, business and political science are pretty similar. Getting a degree related to a different filed would give you more opportunities on the professional market. Moreover, your advanced knowledge in two or more fields would give you a different, and sometimes better perspective on the problems your job would require you to solve.
Let me know if this helps.
It also depends in which country do you plan on working afterwards.

Thread: Some

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23-Feb-14, 17:55
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thesaurus. com might help you a lot in finding the right synonym. In my opinion, you repeat "some" too many times in a single paragraph. Try writing it as the following:
" Part of the students think A...,
others rely on B...;
and some of them consider C as an answer"

Let me know if it helps and have a great day!

Thread: Article Request

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23-Feb-14, 17:39
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What kind of help do you seek?

Thread: Mid 40's - Am I Too Old To Do A Phd ?

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23-Feb-14, 17:38
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This might be just the right time for you to start your PhD. My uncle decided to get his PhD in his 40s and now, he is a respected teacher in our town. Better do it later than never do it at all.
Wish you all the best!

Thread: Opportunities for Freelance Writers

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23-Feb-14, 17:32
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posted about 6 years ago
I've been a freelance writer for almost an year now, but finding the right project to suit my needs and creative ideas has always been hard for me as I mostly rely on personal contacts.
Can someone recommend me a free website for freelance writing and/ or author exposure?
And thanks in advance!
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