It is a common situation nowadays to meet a group of people, which are staring at their smartphones and looking for something in the park or on the streets. You may see children, teenagers, adults and even whole families among them and you won’t be mistaken if you assume that they are Pokemon Go fans on a hunt.
Whether you are a freckly faced teenager looking for a part time job on weekends, or fresh out of college ready to start your new career, getting a job is not a walk in the park. Even if you know for a fact you are absolutely perfect for the job, you will be one of many applicants who are equally as perfect, so you will need to be able to communicate this to your potential future employer. A job interview is rarely great fun, and a first job interview comes with extra challenges.
Between rent, bills, living expenses and of course the infamous student loans, it is not easy being a student. If only getting your assignment done on time was your only worry. It is thought that in the United States, around 70-80% of post-graduate students have some form of employment on the side, whether it be work experience to further their career, or to get extra money to pay the bills. And of this very large number of working students, around a quarter have full time employment, meaning more than 30 hours a week on average. That is a lot of time spent away from study and away from friends and family.
Teacher-student relationship in classroom sometimes can be complicated as relationship between father and son. They are changeable and tender as house plants. Teachers cultivate these relationships for months or even years; however, one careless action by the teacher can ruin everything that was created with such serious effort.
If you are currently a college student, or planning on enrolling in the near future, then congratulations, you have taken the first step to leaving the high school you behind and becoming the in-demand specialist you desire. As the common saying goes ‘welcome to the beginning of the rest of your life’.