The pain passes, but the beauty remains.”Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Hello world. My name is Craig Stevens. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Literature & Creative writing. I then moved to London, and graduated with distinctions from the prestigious King’s College with a Master’s Degree in Digital Asset Management. I have worked in various industries as a Copywriter, a Business Analyst, and a Digital Asset Manager for global corporations and consultants.
Like many in 2020, I lost my job as a result of COVID, and returned to my first love… writing. While I love the experience and expertise I have acquired over the years, I’m happy to be writing again. So for tomorrow… who knows? It’s never been more difficult to make sense of yesterday and predict tomorrow.
In the meantime, all I can do is try to be honest and tell the truth.
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The best reason for leaving a job is finding a new one. Whether it’s because you’ve found someone who pays more or because you’ve found a way of advancing your career, it just may be time to leave. But how should you do it? Do you need to write a two weeks notice letter? If so, what are you supposed to write?
It seems as if modern workplaces seem tailor-made for extroverts, and there are very few options for introverts that don’t always require working from home. If you are introverted, here are some of the best jobs for introverts.
There are two questions that interviewees hate: why did you leave your last job and what are your salary expectations?
This is an easy one to get wrong. After all, maybe you’re super excited about the interview. Maybe you’ve focused on other important questions. That said, there are no excuses for having nothing to say here, so make sure to do your research in your interview preparation.
One of the biggest topics for young Millennials and Generation Z is how to end an email. Many are scrambling to find email sign offs that don’t make anyone look foolish or inappropriate?
As remote work has become the latest workplace trend, digital asset management and remote work security will become increasingly important.
What is a transferable skill? Transferable skills are skills that can be applied in multiple roles. If you don’t know what yours are, try mapping out some elements that could help you discover some special skillsets.
Making the leap from employee to freelancer is one of the biggest employment trends of 2021. If you’re ready to take that leap, then we have some tips just for you.
Disabilities come in many forms. Often we can get discouraged when job hunting, but this article is intended to give a few pointers on how to get a job with a disability.
Working from home with ADHD gives you a chance to control your environment. Here are ways to optimize your environment for productivity.