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  • Confessions of a hotel maid

    On - July 17, 2017

    FROM leaving the pillows and bathtub filthy to sleeping in your bed and getting revenge on rude guests, a hotel maid has shared her housekeeping secrets.

    The maid, who works at a five-star resort in Orlando, Florida, told travel website Trivago.com.au what the job is really like, and how working conditions can be rather stressful. So here's what really goes on in your hotel room!

    Read full article here. Source: news.com.au




  • How to Win a Scholarship

    On - July 17, 2017

    Sometimes, a bit of extra study assistance can go a long way. If you are interested in winning a scholarship, firstly see our regularly updated list, then here are our steps to help you out.

    Research intensely! Some scholarships require application essays on research topics, whilst others require Academic Portfolios – focus on the criteria. The earlier you research, the earlier you’ll prepare, compile, submit – and the more organised you’ll appear!

    Read full article here. Source: insiderguides




  • Working Freelance While Studying

    On - July 17, 2017

    Due to its flexible nature, many students are opting to work on a freelance basis. As a result, we are seeing the emergence of what is referred to as a ‘gig economy’ within the global labour market.

    In this article, we discuss exactly what that means, what impact this might have on you and what you can do to put yourself in the best position possible. An environment in which organisations contract individual workers over short-term engagements.

    Read full article here. Source: insiderguides




  • What your coffee says about you: Barista spills the beans on customers

    On - July 17, 2017

    IN HONOUR of International Coffee Day, we are pulling this story out of the archives so you can once again find out what kind of coffee drinker you are. IF COFFEE could speak, imagine the stories it could tell.

    But seeing as it can't, we asked a team of modern baristas to spill the beans on their customers to news.com.au. Merlo Coffee baristas reckon they can tell a lot about their customers by the type of coffee they order.

    Read full article here. Source: news.com.au




  • Networking as a Student

    On - July 17, 2017

    It’s never too early to begin growing a valuable professional network, your time at your institution provides an excellent opportunity to start practising networking skills. 

    The network that you begin building during these years can prove to be valuable in the future by providing leads on everything from jobs to housing. One place to start is with the Alumni from your institution; you can often meet them by attending networking events on your campus. 

    Read full article here. Source: insiderguides




  • Top 10 Things to do During Your Holidays

    On - July 17, 2017

    As Australia’s favourite time of the year draws near, indulge with these great ideas for you and your friends!

    1. SEE A MOVIE UNDER THE STARS AT MOONLIGHT CINEMA.

    With venues across six cities, the event offers advance screenings, new releases and cult films throughout the season. Happy Moonlighting!

    Read full article here. Source: insiderguides




  • Tourism is fundamental to SA’s prosperity

    On - July 17, 2017

    Few would deny that South Australia offers enticing tourist experiences, but the challenge is to ensure they’re accessible and delivered in the best possible way, says new SA Tourism Industry Council boss Shaun de Bruyn.

    De Bruyn, appointed as SATIC general manager in March after five months as interim general manager, has extensive experience in the tourism industry – but it’s not where he started his working life.

    Read full article here. Source: indaily.com.au




  • 18 Reasons Chefs Are Better At Life

    On - July 17, 2017

    Being a chef today is very different than it was even just a decade ago. Chefs used to be invisible workhorses hiding behind a stove, churning out glorious dish after glorious dish without much recognition from their diners.

    Today that whole dynamic has changed. Chefs are the reason to go to a restaurant. They are celebrated like rockstars. They've even become household names. One thing that hasn't changed in all this time is the life of a chef -- and how very difficult it can be.

    Read full article here. Source: huffingtonpost




  • New Scholarships For International Students

    On - July 4, 2017

    JUNE 2017

    GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY EXCELLENCE SCHOLARSHIPS 2017

    Institution – Griffith University

    Scholarship -$30,000 (six tuition payments of $5000 each trimester for three years)

    Study Level – Undergraduate

    Read full article here. Source: insiderguides




  • Rental Prices Across Australia

    On - July 4, 2017

    What’s the average price of rent across Australia? How do costs differ between each capital city? And how do average rental prices in Australia compare globally?

    If you’re thinking about making the move to study in Australia, taking into account your average living costs – including rental pricing – is essential. To avoid renter-regret, here’s a quick overview of rental prices across Australia. 

    Read full article here. Source: insiderguides




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