Reflecting On 2018: 10 Insights into Full-Time Work from an Ontario Recent Grad & Tips for Companies Hiring
As of January 2018, I had never spent 40 hours per week in one location ever. I thought it was going to be hard to show up at the same place day after day and be useful in one role. That’s because like many of new graduates I had always considered myself a student first,…
Let’s Talk Mental Health
Fit things into your day that genuinely make you happy. The key here is to make a conscious effort to sub out 10-30 minutes of your day and give yourself downtime and reflection.
The 3 things every intern should know – Somewhere between school and work is a unique opportunity to be a “working-student.”
Use the opportunity as a chance to reflect on how you’ve grown and the skills you’ve learned. While it’s fresh in your mind, update your resume and practice speaking out loud about your learning for future interviews.
Money Talks – Read some money saving tips for living on a budget
Having online money management tools allows anyone to track everything from credit cards, to bank accounts, to investments, all in one place.