Taking a risk and making a big career change can be terrifying, but it might be the best decision you’ll ever make.
It’s easy to plod through your working life without thinking too much about the future or how you’re going to advance your career.
Nowadays, very few people are looking for a forever job – most are just looking for a ‘right now’ job. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look beyond the horizon.
This week, we explored some of the bigger risks you can take in your career, from handing in your notice to completely retraining.
We spoke to animator, creative director and vice-president at HelloWorld, Darrin Brege, about the random opportunities that led him to his dream job.
Deloitte’s Brian Mulligan also spoke to us about the decision he took to come home to Ireland after 23 years of working abroad.
For those of you thinking about handing in your notice, Hays Recruitment is here to guide you through your worries and help you resign smoothly.
Sometimes a simple career change can just be about upskilling or retraining in a completely new field. If you’re not sure where to start, cybersecurity is one of the hottest sectors right now, with skilled employees in high demand.
For those who want to introduce themselves to the world of infosec with some online training, we’ve got you covered.
Finally, if you’re on the lookout for a new role, there was a flurry of jobs announcements this week, from Belfast to West Cork.
Companies are always on the hunt for top talent. The staff at PwC told us they’re looking for analytical thinkers, team players and good communicators, while Facebook wants people who are dissatisfied with the status quo. Do you think you’ve got what it takes?
As always, for more on any of these stories, follow the links below.
We’ve all experienced a stressful work period, but what happens when that becomes constant? You might have a toxic work environment.
Getting a new job can be exciting but handing in your notice can be scary. Hays’ Susie Timlin is here to quell your worries and help you make a smooth transition.
Whether you know what you want to do in life or not, taking risks and grabbing seemingly random opportunities could be the key to your success.
Ireland can be full of opportunities, but it can also be lacking. When the latter is true, many head further afield for work. But sometimes, they return to the Emerald Isle.
The company culture at any organisation is one of the most important things, and this definitely rings true at Facebook.
Want to work for PwC? Here’s an idea of the kind of people it looks for and a snapshot of the work its employees do.
Cybersecurity is still facing a talent gap, so if ever you were looking to upskill in infosec, now is the time.
The Brexit aftermath will have knock-on effects for tech talent in the UK, but where will they fly to?
Fintech firm Global Shares is planning a global expansion across its 10 offices, bringing staff numbers to more than 200.
Teen girls are getting the chance to do some work experience at one of more than 30 tech companies.
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