“I CAN’T PUT HABBOX ON MY CV ITS SO EMBARRASSING LOL”
“Why would you put Habbox on your CV??”
These are things I hear all the time when I tell people I have Habbox on my CV. To me, it is RIDICULOUS to put time and effort into a job, whether it be online or in real life, and not reap the rewards from it. Especially if you have a senior position, that shows a huge amount of skill and you SHOULD show that off? For a prospective employer, volunteer jobs are GREAT. It shows you’re passionate about working even when there’s no financial reward. Whether that’s in a charity shop or online why does it matter?
The big thing I think people face is admitting they use Habbo or fansites. Trust me when I say people really don’t care – most people interviewing you won’t even know what it is so they won’t think “what a baby”. If you don’t want to admit you still do it, then say you did it for 2 years? They won’t know when you stopped doing it, unless you tell them.
So how do you write a fansite job on your CV? Click read more to find out!
Jobs, careers and responsibilities. What do they all have in common? Everyone has to have them. Whether you’re young and in school, or an adult with years of workplace experience already. I’ve already prepared some important tips for everyone.
Work can be a stressful time, especially if you work in retail or fast food. Maybe it’s the customers, maybe you ran out of stock or perhaps it’s your boss nagging you all shift. While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and performance which may impact your physical and emotional health. You can’t control everything in your work environment, but that doesn’t mean you’re powerless, even when you’re stuck in a difficult situation. Here are some steps to help!
Lately, there has been a few threads made in regard to employment opportunities and/or being nervous for an interview. I, personally, have always dreaded going into interviews because I feel like I mess up a lot trying to get it just right, but I have learned a couple techniques that I hope will give you the motivation and the courage to go into your next interview.
As you all know, (and are probably bored of hearing about it) I got fired from my real life job that I endured for almost three years. If you haven’t read the article that I wrote pretty much during my suspension period before I got fired, click here to do so. This article is basically me telling myself that I’m over it. Over the frustration and sadness that I felt during that time and for months after it.
‘You’re Fired’. Despite hating where I worked and also joking about getting fired, hearing those two words (well, sort of those two words but worded differently) actually
pretty much broke me.
Sadly, this article isn’t about The Apprentice but instead, about me getting fired.