No diss to CaribbeanJobs.com. It still reigns supreme as the number one job board in the country and likely the Caribbean. Despite a surge in competition in the recruitment space, nobody has so far mounted a serious challenge.
Fashion entrepreneur Stephanie Ramlogan. If you are unsure about pursuing a career in fashion in Trinidad and Tobago, don’t. This warning comes from stylist and blogger, Stephanie Ramlogan.
Life can be expensive. Even someone working full time can struggle to stretch their budget or reach financial goals. But instead of living pay cheque to pay cheque it may be time to stop making excuses for not having a side hustle and get in some after-work work.
Three years ago, with no job lined up and no plan, I left an engineering job in Trinidad which paid me more than $300,000 a year. What I did have was one year to figure it out before the balance in my savings account went to zero.
So you are faced with a choice between going to school or starting your life. What are the most effective alternatives to university? Ask yourself a few questions before you decide. Are you a school person to begin with? A professional procrastinator? Consider some of these alternatives to UWI or whatever campus you fancy before you make a final decision.
Are you going to Decibel 2015? You should be. There’s no excuse! Not only are there going to be some of the hottest music acts around, there will be movie workshops, zombies and celebrities.
It’s the morning after. You rub your eyes with one hand, reach for your phone with the other and wince. Your feet — your poor, overworked feet shouldn’t be asked for more favours after two days on the road.
The Maritime Financial Group has a vacancy for a Financial Advisor. If you’ve worked in sales or you’re trying to break into this field, this is a great start.
So you want to work in finance, huh? Be prepared. The banking and financial holdings industry means lots of work, long hours and dealing with complex financial issues that perplex even the brightest amongst us.
Scoot over, international aviation maintenance programmes. There’s a new, local study in town at UTT. Trinidad and Tobago students with an interest in technical details of getting 747s airborne safely will want to take notice: UTT’s courses are the first aviation maintenance programme offered in the Caribbean, starting in November.