How parents can expose kids to different career options early

How parents can expose kids to different career options early

In a recent survey, it was found that children spend twice the amount of time surfing on the internet as their parents think they do. In fact, the average age for them in terms of using the internet is three years. While choosing your child’s career, it is imperative to keep in mind their likes, dislikes, hobbies and goals. At an early age, parents have the advantage to seed in the career choice which will be the best for their future. Additionally, parents should keep the following things in mind: Avoid treating…

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Career Management – The Art Of Staying Relevant And Fulfilled

Career Management – The Art Of Staying Relevant And Fulfilled

The workplace of today has never been more interesting! There are multiple dynamics at play. On one hand, organizations are operating in a world that has been “VUCA-ised” multifold compared to the past. The speed of disruptions businesses are experiencing is at a never-before pace. On the other hand, the workforce has become multigenerational where employees’ motivations and drivers are beyond money and job security. Keeping this context, Career Management as a concept has become as real and true as it can get. It is no more an esoteric thought…

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Does Your Company Care About Your Career? Ask Kevin Durant

Does Your Company Care About Your Career? Ask Kevin Durant

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant with teammate Stephen Curry. photo credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS For five weeks, the noise grew louder while superstar Kevin Durant rehabilitated his injured leg. His team was battling through the playoffs short-handed, down three games to one in the NBA Finals. Popular opinion slowly turned against Durant. “He needs to find a way to play.” “He only cares about signing a contract after the season.” “What if they prove they can win without him?” Rumors were leaking from the Warriors organization about the frustration that Durant…

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Five Reasons To Avoid Taking Shortcuts In Your Career

Five Reasons To Avoid Taking Shortcuts In Your Career

Sure, many of us want to be first in various aspects of life, especially as it relates to our careers. Your aspirations and goals may be to climb the ladder fast, be recognized in the industry or start a thriving and fast-growing company all under the age of, let’s say, 35. I can relate to these goals, but with time, I’ve learned that experience is important, and there are benefits to slow growth. Here’s why: 1. Nothing beats real experience.  Allow time to learn and develop in a role and within…

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DDU students carve a career out of ‘lassi’, and how!

DDU students carve a career out of ‘lassi’, and how!

The USP of the stall was the ‘desi’ drink in wide range of flavours such as chocolate, strawberry, butterscotch and roohafza.(HT Photo) Taking a cue from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s reference to ‘pakauda stall’ as a business option, a group of students from DDU University have set up ‘Student Lassi Corner’ — in different areas of Gorakhpur. The unique start-up, the students claim, has not only made them financially independent to pay their fees and meet daily expenses but has given jobs to at least three dozen people in the…

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I thought my tennis career was over after pregnancy: Victoria Azarenka

I thought my tennis career was over after pregnancy: Victoria Azarenka

Former world number one Victoria Azarenka was afraid becoming pregnant in 2016 would end her tennis career, but says she returned to the game stronger after the birth of her son. The two-times Grand Slam champion was ranked sixth in the world when she left the WTA tour in July 2016 and returned to the circuit in June the following year. “I was scared, it wasn’t easy,” Azarenka told the BBC. “I knew I was going to come back but my first thought was, ‘Oh my god I’m never going…

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James Haskell calls time on stellar career with regrets and a warning

James Haskell calls time on stellar career with regrets and a warning

 James Haskell hangs up his boots at Northampton. He was capped 77 times for England during an illustrious career. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images For James Haskell the prospect of life after rugby is terrifying. Having announced he will bring an end to a stellar 17-year career at the end of the season, said a teary goodbye to his Northampton teammates and confirmed that we should not expect to see him on Strictly Come Dancing any time soon, Haskell is daunted by the blank canvas he faces. It is a surprising admission because…

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Dheeraj Singh — preparing in earnest for career breakthrough

Dheeraj Singh — preparing in earnest for career breakthrough

Dheeraj Singh is non-committal about his next career move, after enduring a difficult season with Kerala Blasters.   –  AP After fearless performances under the bar for India at the FIFA U-17 World Cup that earned him recognition, the career breakthroughs are still to happen for Dheeraj Singh. For the 18-year-old, returning to the national squad — India’s U-23 squad for the AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers in Uzbekistan, where India did not advance to the final round after two league losses — serves as a morale-booster after a planned career move away from India…

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Logistics, the next big career boom, is here: Enrol for BBA and MBA logistics

Logistics, the next big career boom, is here: Enrol for BBA and MBA logistics

Transportation_400x300 Choosing a career path in India can be a challenging task. From the growth options in the sector to job security, there are multiple things that we need to consider. And if there is one sector that has been emerging significantly, it has to be logistics and supply chain management. With 40 million people employed all over the world, the sector has grown exponentially in the recent times. Logistics has been an incredibly lucrative sector that is spread across roadways, railways, airways, and waterways and is expected to be…

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Biggest honour of my life and career to play for the country: Sunil Chhetri

Biggest honour of my life and career to play for the country: Sunil Chhetri

Sunil Chhetri (Getty Images) NEW DELHI: For a country obsessed with cricket, it isn’t easy being a household name if you play another sport. But Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri has managed to do just that as he is undoubtedly the face of the game in this country. From a young striker who played second fiddle to the legendary Bhaichung Bhutia to taking on the leaders mantle with elan, Chhetri had done it all. With 67 goals in his kitty, Chhetri is the second highest international goal-scorer among active players ahead of even Lionel…

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