With the number of workforce in education falling in recent years, the number of teachers decreased from 210.9 thousand in 2015 to 208.2 thousand in 2016 (a 1.3 per cent decrease).
Have you considered whether you want to become a permanent member of staff, or delve into the world of the freelance?
Ways of getting jobs, meeting friends and staying in touch with people have moved on with the progress of technology. Everyone’s online these days, profiles on various different sites updating the world about what they’re doing and who they’re with. And this can be said for job hunting as well.
Fascinated by the glossy world of editorial? Fancy yourself as a writer or proof reader? Here are a few skills you need to know first.
Stepping out into the world of work can be an exciting time. There are so many possibilities and different avenues you can venture down - but have you considered an internship?
Struggling with university? Finding tertiary education too much to handle? There are many who feel the same way. One in ten students quit in their first year and there are many reasons why.
University is very different from school or college. For one, you’re treated as a grown-up. Lecturers expect more from you and there’s more independent thought and study involved. It’s no place for messing around and chatting to your friends.
Starting university and worried about making friends? It can be daunting leaving friends and family behind for the big, bad world of university.
University life is calling you. You feel a touch of the nerves mixed in with excitement - all those new experiences and people you’re going to meet, not to mention the hard work involved! But what are the hidden truths of university life that no-one tells you?
Finished uni and looking for that next challenge? The world of work beckons, and with it the grown-up life of the routine 9-5! Who wants that?