Too old as 34? Yes, that is Age Discrimination
Ι am a 34-year-old HR Graduate with some experience in recruitment and some further experience in sales and public relations. It’s been 3 years now that I am trying to return to HR Management and settle down in that field that I like
The key to motherhood is time-management
Six months -normalcy starts to enter my life once my babies have hit this magical age. At this point, we’ve established a routine. I have had time to heal from labor and start my post-partum regime. I am less sleep-deprived, and I feel a sense
Are you opening your Facebook account and facing just another article telling you it is high time to leave your job? Or are you reading how I changed my life in 30 days for the fifth time? Or are you just pondering about the many other career advice only to
Photo credit: Flickr/ Rob Williams
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - I spent over 5 years hand in hand with HR activities, first as a headhunter and consultant, then within the public sphere, and then I faced the hassles around the term internship both as an intern and later as a recruiter.
Regardless of the
Why the self-deception?
"Would you accept any offers?" – asked my unemployed friend the other day.
Tough question. Especially today. Especially if you are above the age when your parents should finance your needs. But, I think it is a tough question from all angles.
Usually, our needs (mainly financial), our ego (me,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - “Can being a full-time mom be considered a career?“ After becoming a full-time mom two and half years ago, I have often struggled with this question.
Finding My Career Path
Ten years ago, as a business major in college, I was eager to see where my education would