Here are 5 signs of a career burnout

Here are 5 signs of a career burnout

Workers around the world, at some point or the other, feel burnt out by their current job.  While depression is a diagnosable disorder, managed by medication and treatment, career burnout can contribute to low mental health that often goes undiagnosed. (Photo: Pixabay) While many may argue that stress is just one of the hazards of having a job in the modern world, according to research conducted by Career Builder in 2017, 61 per cent of American workers reportedly feeling ‘burnt out’ by their current job, and over a third have…

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Pickpocket signs up for hacking classes to enable him to steal online

Pickpocket signs up for hacking classes to enable him to steal online

New Delhi. A pickpocket in the capital city has recently signed up for hacking classes to enable him to steal online. Faking News reporter, an ethical hacker himself, if there ever is such a thing in journalism, logged into the training centre’s website for an online chat with the wannabe hacker. “With changing times, we have to upgrade ourselves. Now that, India is going digital and there is no money in anyone’s wallet to pick, we are going digital too,” PP explained the business decision. When Faking News reporter commented…

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Five signs you are applying for your dream (or nightmare) job

Five signs you are applying for your dream (or nightmare) job

It can be tough changing jobs and not knowing whether your new role will be a dream or a nightmare. “The grass is always greener” is a cliche for a reason. And of course you can’t predict exactly how the leap will work out. Job descriptions don’t often give away a company’s ethos or culture, and when applying for a position we usually focus on presenting ourselves at our best, rather than putting our potential employer under the microscope. However, it is crucial to look at the company as a…

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READING THE WARNING SIGNS AT JOB INTERVIEWS EARLY ON

READING THE WARNING SIGNS AT JOB INTERVIEWS EARLY ON

There is a lot of pressure associated with going for a job interview. Your friends and family may be excited and wish you luck. You may also be flattered to be selected for an interview and hoping to score the job. That is why if the interview turns out to be disappointing, you may find yourself unsure on what to do. Should you be the one to withdraw from the hiring process? If you have been unemployed and have plenty of time, exploring different options regardless of whether they materialise…

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