4 Things That Fresh Graduates Without Work Experience Can Highlight On Their Resume

It is common among new graduates like you to have an “empty” resume, since you’re fresh out of college. You may not have prior work experience that’s directly related to your field to cite; say, you only worked summer jobs or held a part-time position at the local fast-food joint. That’s okay, because there are ways …

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Supporting Blacks and Minorities’ Career Growth Could Boost UK Economy By £24B Annually

Offering blacks and minority ethnic (BME) people equal opportunities for career progression could infuse £24B into the British economy, a government-backed review revealed on Tuesday. As first reported by The Guardian, the review found that the employment rate for minorities sat at 62.8% compared with 75.6% for their white counterparts. Findings also showed that while 14% of working …

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Jobs for NSW Eyes Chinese And Asian Markets To Create Local Jobs

Government-backed and private-sector led initiative Jobs for NSW, which aims to bolster economic growth and promote job inclusion in New South Wales, is keen on potentially targeting the Chinese and Asian markets to create 150,000 jobs for locals in the next four years. In a forum titled Born Global: NSW Gazelles tackling the Asian opportunity, …

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Double Whammy: US Congress Passes Bills To Curb Awarding Jobs To Foreigners On Same Day

The United States Congress on Friday passed a bill that would disqualify companies that outsource their call center operations from availing federal grants and loans from the government. A report on The Asian Age revealed that the bill, titled the US Call Center and Consumer Protection Act, was passed by Democrat Gene Green and Republican …

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British Lawmakers To Debate Discriminatory Workplace Dress Codes

Members of the British Parliament will be convening on Monday to debate over prohibiting companies from imposing sexist dress codes, such as wearing high heels, on female workers. As reported by Metro.co.uk, the debate was in response to a petition filed by a British woman, who called on the government to criminalize unjust workplace dress codes. Last year, her employer sent …

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