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Medical students spend years preparing for the day they begin their on-the-job training. Here's why getting out of the lab is so important.
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Dr Eva Sum tells us the hardest things about her job, how it's changed over the years, and why she still loves it so much.
CityU has just launched a six-year programme in a partnership with Cornell University and Young Post learns about the first-year experience.
We gets our hands dirty while learning about what it takes to be a community farmer.
Students can apply to become a clerical assistant – one of the most attractive careers in the city
A cadet shadowed Gary Liu for a day to find out what it takes to be the boss and what it means to be a young leader.
Being an acupuncturist is about more than poking a few needles into random parts of a patient's body.
To be a waiter, you need the maths ability of a codebreaker, the balancing skills of a tightrope walker, and the patience of a saint.
Nicola Chan goes behind the counter of her dad’s bubble tea shop to learn how much work goes into the drink she’s always taken for granted.
For the next instalment of our ‘On The Job’ series, we find out what it takes to become a professional dancer.
For the second in our ‘On the Job’ series, we sent Edmund Ho to try his hand at hairdressing. Will he be able to cut it?

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