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    Is Your University Degree Future-Proof?
    Is Your University Degree Future-Proof?

    Is Your University Degree Future-Proof?

    How do you decide today which education and career paths will still be valuable tomorrow?
    Is It Too Late to Switch My Career?
    Is It Too Late to Switch My Career?

    Is It Too Late to Switch My Career?

    We discuss a host of factors on how to make a career switch successfully.
    Be Market Ready by Balancing Work and Study
    Be Market Ready by Balancing Work and Study

    Be Market Ready by Balancing Work and Study

    Examine the benefits and challenges of working while studying at university.
    The Shifting Landscape of Youth Work
    The Shifting Landscape of Youth Work

    The Shifting Landscape of Youth Work

    Just as COVID-19 has changed our youths' outlook on their future, we explore how it has also reshaped the way we need to look at youth work.
    The Key to Staying Young: Learning for Life
    The Key to Staying Young: Learning for Life

    The Key to Staying Young: Learning for Life

    "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young." ― Henry Ford
    Stackable Learning: Building Opportunities
    Stackable Learning: Building Opportunities

    Stackable Learning: Building Opportunities

    A fierce and ever-evolving job market has intensified the need to constantly upskill. Stackable learning pathways can provide the solution.
    Embracing Lifelong Learning to Stay Ahead
    Embracing Lifelong Learning to Stay Ahead

    Embracing Lifelong Learning to Stay Ahead

    We dissect the differences between interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary learning, and share why it’s important to be a lifelong learner.
    Enabling the Youth To Help the Social Sector
    Enabling the Youth To Help the Social Sector

    Enabling the Youth To Help the Social Sector

    Progressive changes have equipped the youth to turn things around for a sector facing a labour crunch.

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