What Does Your Professional Picture Say about You?

A professional head shot

Ah, it really bothers me to see people’s passport pictures on their CVs and other professional networking links, whether it’s LinkedIn, WhatsApp, Facebook etc. Passport pictures means photographs to be used on passports, or on important documents such as educational degrees, visa, national ID and licenses. These straight head and shoulder photographs with serious face […]

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Role of Employer and Employee in Balancing Work-life

work-life balance

In a cozy evening, you are with family for a picnic and the phone bell rings with “Office Calling” displayed on your mobile screen and you are literally tortured. Suddenly, question arises in your mind; is technology giving ease to lives or it is taking peace out of life? Do we live to work or […]

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“New Year, New Start” in 3 Easy Steps

New year - new start - fresh start

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”   Arthur Ashe Let’s take an example of a brand new car and a used car – A new car is smooth, cozy and gives better mileage, whereas a car that is used 5 to 7 years is weak and perform poorly, but […]

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National Disaster – Nation’s Responsibility?

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What December the 16th, 2014 showed us at Peshawar was far more tragic then what we saw on the same day of 1971. To some extent, 1971 was an event which we saw coming but we never thought of, what came on us in 2014. The news initially broke was with the martyrdom of three […]

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Checking emails – A Beneficial Habit

should i check my email?

How many times do you check your email per day? Rather, I should be asking, how many times do you check your email per month? The most common answer I got was “twice or thrice a month”. And if I ask, how many times do you check your Facebook or twitter per day? Undoubtedly, the […]

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Compatible Career Guidance to Students

Ruthlessly, everyone knows and accept the crucial fact that students have been misguided and mislead in Pakistan. Every year thousands of graduates pass out of their colleges or universities but they have little or absolutely no idea what career are they interested in and how to enter that field. Students are very important asset of […]

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Mistakes to Avoid in Resume

“Résumés are the heartbeat of a career search,” says Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter, a career and workplace adviser at Glassdoor. So, the last thing you want to do is, making silly mistakes because your resume is the main document that has the potential to make first good impression on the employer within 10-20 seconds of time-frame. Don’t […]

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