Let’s be honest: Most of us don’t make it out of the office or not even away from the desk in our lunch break. We chew on our sandwich while checking the 35 mails we didn’t answer yet or make a quick visit to the cafeteria so we’ll be back to work asap! Our society
How do you find a job that you love? While for some it may seem as easy as 1,2,3 for around 80% of the people it’s hard to figure out what their dream profession is. So it was for me and often enough I discovered myself feeling lost in my job. Especially sitting in an
Sport is an essential element of life. It’s no surprise that many people think about expanding their hobby, so why not make the passion a profession? The leading path to achieve this goal is studying sports. In Europe, universities offer a big range of different sport studies, giving you the option to choose the one
After more than 20 years of experience I have seen more than a few profiles and CVs. I am happy to share this experience with you to help in the drafting and design of your resume. Here are my first thoughts. Jump to a part:1 Adapt your CV2 A CV for each level of experience3
Again and again you are reading your cover letter, reviewing your CV and checking if the size of the PDF really is less than 3MB. Then you choose a subject, click on send and….breathe. The hardest part of the application is done – but after four weeks of waiting nervously and checking your inbox hourly you still haven’t got an answer. So, what next?
Today we are going to have a look at sport in a more scientific way. Based on two publications of the European Commission about sport as a driver of innovation and economic growth, we are trying to show you that sport is more than just a great leisure time activity.
Yeah – after endless nerve-racking days of waiting, hoping and doubting you finally get the most important call of your life so far: You just landed your dream sport job! Well, now you can just lean back, be happy and relax. But unfortunately the hard part isn’t over – you still need to survive the first sport job day, which can be seriously tricky, since there never is a second chance for a first impression.