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Which Job Fits Your Personality Type?

Builder

Building is the perfect job for those people who enjoy working with their hands on short term projects that require practical, real-life solutions. Builders can differ quite a lot in their training and experience level, and this will effect what projects they get involved with. Generally, a builder can work on projects in commercial or residential properties, those where maintenance and repair is required or with very specialized tools and materials.

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teacher

For many people, being a teacher has plenty of perks – long holiday periods and getting to stop work early in the afternoon when school closes. But teaching is the kind of career that requires plenty of passion and determination to ride out stressful, boring or frankly low paying periods.

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The Perfect Job

You probably know of someone who spent years studying and working in a field that they ultimately abandoned. It’s a sad fact that a poorly chosen career will leave you dissatisfied and wishing you could start all over again. South African schools are unfortunately notorious for not encouraging learners to think carefully about the direction they’ll take once they graduate. But no matter where you are in life, it’s always possible to re-appraise and make smart career decisions. Here’s how to start.

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Learnerships & Finances

Learnerships are an excellent way of gaining technical experience in your chosen field without the financial strain of a more academic certification. But the question remains: how will you manage your finances during the training? Here are some things to consider as you prepare to start your learnership.

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Career Paths

You probably know of someone who spent years studying and working in a field that they ultimately abandoned. It’s a sad fact that a poorly chosen career will leave you dissatisfied and wishing you could start all over again. South African schools are unfortunately notorious for not encouraging learners to think carefully about the direction they’ll take once they graduate. But no matter where you are in life, it’s always possible to re-appraise and make smart career decisions. Here’s how to start.

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Mining, Technology and Industry Learnerships

This is the last post in our series detailing the different Learnerships available in South Africa. The following learnerships are aimed at mining, tech and industrial work:

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Food, Beverage and Service Industry Learnerships

Following on to our previous learnerships article, we have curated a list of learnerships in the Food, Beverage and Service Industry:

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Finance Leanerships

Banking Channel Knowledge Academy BML Learnership with First National Bank

A learnership at FNB is an excellent way to get your foot in the door and learn a wide range of skills that will be applicable no matter which direction you end up taking your career. Learnerships are offered at dozens of branches in all provinces, and application is done online: http://latestlearnerships.com/fnb-learnerships-for-2015-bml-learnership-programme/

You’ll need to be over the age of 22 and have chosen commercial subjects at school. Competition is stiff so apply early.

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