How do you convince someone to hire you for an internship or a summer job? Positivity, and the ability to put yourself in an employer’s shoes, are key.
Since 1994, Giulio Vinaccia has been harnessing his talent to creating a better future for people, while offering advice to young, aspiring designers.
One local found the courage to follow her heart, and it’s paying off ... big time.
Thanks to a new online career aptitude test, students from Hong Kong will soon be able to judge for themselves whether or not they are cut out to be a doctor.
If there’s one thing Davy Liu has learned from Disney films, it’s that dreams are worth following.
Many of us will be familiar with the forensic doctors on TV shows like Cast le and CSI. So what is it like to be a real-life forensic doctor?
Do you picture yourself in a white coat, scurrying over gleaming floors with a stethoscope wrapped around your neck?
Architecture is often thought of as the marriage of art and maths. However, architect Nora Fossum says that you don’t actually need to be strong at both to succeed in the field.
Whether it’s for a university programme or internship, your cover letter is what convinces the person reading it to give you an interview. It tells why you’re perfect for the role.
The holidays are fast approaching and for many young people that means summer jobs: a chance to make some money and gain some valuable work experience.
The HKDSE results will be released on July 13, but you shouldn’t wait until then to start thinking about what you’re going to do.