No matter what position you have attained, any first job in the professional working world is exciting and puts you in a new and diverse environment quite different to school and college.
The good news is that you can prepare and learn how to be an employee and co-worker that bosses, managers and colleagues want to work with – and keep around!
o matter where you are right now, at some stage you are going to want to build on your skillset, even if you already have a job and that means you will need to navigate the world of studying part-time.
A Career In Healthcare is Possible Without a Perfect Matric
You're set on a healthcare career. You’ve sweated your way through matric and got your marks. perhaps some of your marks aren't as good as you had expected and your healthcare career plans are no longer as clear.
No matter what job you have, each work experience will give you skills to add to your toolbox of abilities and knowledge that you carry with you – and add to – during your whole working life. Here’s how to get started.
How to Write an Application Letter When Looking for a Job
All job applications and interviews need you to first apply in writing, usually with a CV and an introductory letter, so here are some tips to help you find the right words to express your skills and ambitions.
As far as we know, we human beings are unique in our ability to think about things that don’t yet exist or haven’t happened yet. When we think of something new, like a career in healthcare, our imagination creates a picture that isn’t real.