When apps and love come up in a conversation, we ready ourselves for some lame stories of another Tindr swipe gone-wrong or questions of whether we tried the latest contender for OkCupid. Taking love (and lust) online is fast becoming a need versus a last-ditch option. There is a limit to how long a man or… Continue reading Data-driven Insights for Dating
If you are a Millennial Asian, the newspapers think you are pretty pathetic. Looking at the numbers, you have earned more degrees than anyone else in your family, are up to your neck in education debt, you are chronically under-employed and will stay so for the foreseeable future. Yes. Under-employed. Investopedia defines this phenomenon like… Continue reading Meet the Millennial Asian: Over-educated + Under-employed
Two quotes from the interwebz - one message - it's time to 'Woman Up!' Fun thought: could we build a lady tech mafia so strong the men will start to complain? — Danielle Morrill (@DanielleMorrill) March 15, 2016 “Profound change will be possible only if we build a grand female tradition that men are forced… Continue reading Time to ‘Woman Up’!
First, read this tweet. If only there was the same zeal for working as there is for protesting. — Hassan Sheheryar (@HSYCOUTUREKING) February 3, 2016 When the Wiggle-Room Becomes the Bermuda Triangle As social animals, us humans have an inherent sense of how compatible we are with others. This compatibility does extend beyond the typical… Continue reading M.I.A.: Work Culture
What Lahore desperately needs is an affordable Co-working space which is open to all types of professional, techies and non-techies, entrepreneurs, freelancers, cottage-industry workers, bakers and yes, even musicians.
"What advice do you have to offer someone who is just starting out? The biggest piece of advice I would give to aspiring writers is: if you’re writing, then you’re a writer. You don’t need anybody’s permission to start living your dream; the only person’s permission you need is your own. It’s your decision to… Continue reading Stop Outsourcing Your Decision
Slowly but surely, your career search is starting to resemble the Sahara Desert *- miles upon miles of punishing expanse with no guarantee of relief. Interview calls that never arrive - CVs and resumes that illicit no response - the future looks bleak and lifeless. The thirst is unbearable, the need to live, truly live… Continue reading Stranded in Career Hell?
GOT A JOB? The job market is rough. There are no two ways about it. You may get the phone call but the interview gets postponed indefinitely. The first interview goes well, apparently, but you never get a call back. You settle for a role that you are overqualified for ( as well as a… Continue reading Career Success in 2016 (1/3)
Blog Series: 10 Reasons For Millennial Women To Be Financially Literate Are you Financially Literate? Being financially literate goes beyond knowing how much savings one has in the bank; it means possessing the ability for informed financial decision-making. I will be sharing the top ten reasons why Millennials Women MUST dominate their finances and what that… Continue reading #1 One Reason for Millennial Women to be Financially Literate
I recently heard of a young man who is facing a tough time finding a new job, while in a role that was about to end. Shahzad is currently working at one of the leading hotels in the country in the Marketing department. He holds a North American undergraduate degree in Marketing and about 4.5 years… Continue reading Why Are You Scared of LinkedIn? (Real Life Scenarios)