These are exciting times here at Career FAQs! We’ve just launched our new website, re-designed to make it easier than ever to find course and career information. Take a tour through our new site and discover all the additional features and improvements.
Public relations pros love what they do. It's an exciting and rewarding industry and whether you like to write, pitch, research or strategise there's a role for you. We take a look at the different areas of PR, most popular jobs, income guides and the best courses to take for a carer in public relations.
Networking is all about the follow-up. But there’s no denying that it can be pretty awkward reaching out to someone you’ve met only once. So, if you’ve struck gold and found someone you want to keep in touch with, here\'s how to reach out to them.
Resigning is something you need to get right - even if you can't wait to leave your job. Do it the wrong way and the repercussions could impact your future job opportunities. We've put together 5 steps for how to leave your job like a pro and keep your reputation intact.
Whether you're leaving on great terms or can't wait to get the heck out of there, here are the big Dos and Don'ts everyone needs to know when resigning. From giving the required amount of notice to tidying your desk before you go, these tips will help you leave with professional relationships intact!
With Celebrity MasterChef set to hit our television screens next week, reality TV fans, foodies and ordinary Australians are eager to see how a politician, news anchor, beauty queen, journalist and fashion designer handle the heat in the kitchen.
One toxic personality or underperformer can bring the whole team down. It's your job as a leader to deal with a bad employee quickly (and legally!) before things spiral out of control. Check out our tips for dealing with the trouble maker or poor performer in your team.
If you’re looking for a new job or putting together an application to head back to school, you\'ve got better things to worry about than how to ask for a letter of recommendation. Here’s an email template that takes the guesswork out of it.
All workers retrenched during the economic downturn will now be eligible for government-subsidised training, under an agreement that will be announced at today’s Council of Australian Governments (COAG) meeting in Darwin.
We’ve all received this kind of email before. You know the one: it makes absolutely no sense and has you (and the rest of your team) scratching your heads and wondering what exactly your colleague or client wants you to do. Here\'s how to respond.