São Paulo the Supernova
São Paulo, Brazil, is a city of migrants. Globalization is turning the city into an increasingly cosmopolitan hub in Latin America. Its skyscrapers, enormous size and burgeoning job opportunities are opening the city to international young students and workers. A visit to the São Paulo supernova.
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An Open Letter to [Job] Seekers: How to Live Your Way into Employment
Job stability is passé, and you can be the master of your own professional aspirations, leaning over a post-modern drawing board. You either have found – if not employment per se – a longer-term vision to pursue, or you are still searching. Here are a few honest tips how to approach the search in a post-crisis reality.
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!
2 Dec 2012 Belgrade It’s Sunday. I’ve got message on WhatsApp from Nenad. Brussels first snow, he wrote. Then we chatted a bit. Look at Brussels last night was written under the photo he sent me. He knows how much I love Christmas markets. Last year he sent me a […]
Releasing the Workplace Potential of Young Professionals
In the lead article Work in the Developing World Arrianna Marie writes, “[there] must be the right type of jobs, filled by the right type of workers”. I believe the process of sustainability and development has to include one more step in its methodology – which is to provide the right type […]