Harrier Careers Blog
Successful businesses typically have a strong brand. We all immediately recognise the Apple, Google and Virgin logos. We intrinsically understand what these brands stand for – what they sell, how they sell, the business culture and perceived impact on our lives – usually positive.
Branding in business is common, but today branding on a personal level is also becoming important.
Here, we explore how to build and manage your online brand to maximise your possibilities for career, business and personal success.
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In this blog, we list the top ten mistakes to avoid, with a little help and a few examples from members of the Harrier team.
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The best way to determine the most promising jobs for the next decade? Follow the trends.
Global competition and blurred country borders means more work for marketers, analysts and management consultants.
An aging population means a greater demand for healthcare and aged care.
The online world – commercial and content – means more jobs for the technologically-savvy.
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More people seek a job change during February and March than at any other time of the year.
This is not entirely surprising; the start of a new year often prompts reflection. Am I doing what I enjoy? Is there something better I could be doing? Could I be earning more? Am I where I want to be in my career?
In today’s world, individuals will change careers on average seven times in their lifetime, compared to only a couple of decades ago where it was a ‘job for life’. And this rate is rising.
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