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The Shift: How Nour El Din shifted from engineering to branding?

By | Career Shift, Explore Career Path, Featured

Four years ago, Nour Eldin Ibrahim, our Brand & Communication manager at WUZZUF, wasn’t working in the branding industry. Nour was a networks engineer and then a project manager at Orange Business Services before he joined the branding industry and made the shift to build his career creating content for various websites and then joined WUZZUF.

In this interview, I tried to focus the light on how he managed his career shift in the best way possible so that you can take his personal experience into consideration when you do.

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Why you should work: in Data Science

By | Career Path, Explore Career Path, Featured

A big data-related job that is endorsed by Harvard Business Review as the sexiest job of the 21st century is “Data Scientist”. It has been said that there an insane demand on them. The first step in filling this demand is to understand what they actually do in businesses, what skills do they incorporate? And what fields are those skills can be found in? Here are the answers and here are the reasons why you should consider being one.

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Working just for money will ruin your career, science says

By | Career Advice, Explore Career Path, Featured, Find Your Passion, Grow, Money & Negotiations

To a hall of eager young college students at the University of Glasgow, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook gave one piece of solid advice: “Don’t work for money, it will wear out fast, or you’ll never make enough and you will never be happy, one or the other.”

Money is a desirable asset, and many times, we get lured to a job opportunity only because it has a big paycheck. But when it comes to being happy, science – in this case, motivation psychology– can tell us another story.

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Why you should work: at a startup in Egypt

By | Career Advice, Career Path, Explore Career Path, Featured, Grow

You’ve probably had the thought cross your mind once or twice, only to be refuted by some doubts. Leave a comfy salary and exquisite corporate benefits to work at a startup? Scary, but not as crazy as it might seem.

The truth is startups aren’t the unstable, career-shedding gambles they might seem to be; they could give you the opportunity to be free from corporate pain, and they might even take your career to the next level.

Living in one of the most promising entrepreneurial hubs in the world only adds to that value. This is why you should work at a startup in Egypt.

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Struggling to pick a career path? Try career coaching

By | Career Path, Expert Advice, Explore Career Path, Featured

Whether you just graduated from university or looking for a career shift, deciding on the right career path for you can often be challenging, that’s where career coaching comes in.

With so many options ahead of you, yet minimal experience in your targeted industry or field of interest, it’s so common that many people seek support in these stages of their career journey. Advice is usually needed to form a complete picture of what could be the right career path for you

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Tough Call: Should you leave your job or try to make it work?

By | Career Path, Explore Career Path, Featured, Work-Life Balance

It can be stressful to think about leaving a job and starting over somewhere new. However, ignoring the red signs is not an option.

There are many reasons to leave a job. If your job is stressing you out, you should consider them well before deciding to move on. These are the most significant signs of trouble you need to look out for.

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How to find social impact beyond your job title

By | Career Path, Explore Career Path, Featured, Work-Life Balance

A meaningful life is about how you impact other people’s lives, and how much your engagement in life satisfies your needs and benefits your society. It’s no wonder that most people usually search for jobs that have a meaning beyond their job titles.

Even when you work in a corporate, whose priorities might not be changing people lives to the better, you can always find your way to have a social impact through what you do in your day-to-day job. Along your journey to find, create, or cherish the social impact of your daily tasks; you may find it useful to get some help to deepen the meaning of your career mission.

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