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Over the last few years, I have had more than my fair share of job interviews. Yeah making choices while in bipolar episodes. I have been hitting the pavement seriously hard so that I have a job at the end of the year. 299 more words

Mental Illness

Learn to Write Brilliant Reports…and Get Ahead in the Workplace

We’ve all had the experience of reading reports and unfortunately perhaps, too few that epitomise effective report writing. Most are flawed as the result of being poorly conceived, structured, written or presented. 268 more words


Looking for a job? Consider a speculative application

It’s that time of year when many students and soon to be graduates are job hunting for summer or full time work. I’ve spoken with a few students who are considering sending a ‘speculative application’ to some prospective employers. 733 more words

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We Interrupt Your Scheduled Programming...

This isn’t the kind of thing either of us usually do, but here’s the situation:

Two years ago, my daughter moved interstate, to Adelaide in South Australia, to try and improve her chances of finding work. 186 more words



Today, I am struggling. I started this to be honest with myself and others. I wanted people to see mental illness isn’t all that scary. I wanted people to know that people with mental illness are relatively normal. 293 more words

Mental Illness

Resumes No Longer Required

As you’ve made a decision to read this piece, I suspect you’re interest in doing so is from one of two perspectives: 1) you’re a job seeker who is elated with the thought of no longer having to put together the dreaded resume or 2) you’re a resume writing professional who is interested in knowing what’s going to replace it. 845 more words

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