Side Hustle – How to Turn Your Ideas into Money

If this is the first time you’re hearing of a side hustle, let me elaborate – generally speaking, a side hustle is something you do “on the side” that brings in extra money, in addition to your mainstream of income. The income your side hustle brings in is often directly related to the effort you put in. It can involve spending 1 to 2 hours a week completing surveys or using rebate programs, or it can be a full-fledged business that you grow in the evenings and weekends, spending 10 to 15 hours a week. Side hustles can bring in anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand a month!

2021 Recruitment Trends that Job Seekers Need to Know

It’s amazing to look back and see just how much HR and recruitment have evolved in just last year. At the start of last year, unemployment in the United States was at an all-time low. If you were able, willing, and qualified, finding work wasn’t that hard. All that changed when the COVID-19 struck.

From 3.5% in January to 14.7% in April, the unemployment rate in the USA shot up significantly as millions were now out of work. It currently stands around 6.7% and with the vaccinations taking place  –there is the hope of better times ahead.

Lesiba mothupi Tells the True-Life Success Stories of Top Entrepreneurs

Lesiba Mothupi has gone through a lot of struggles from a very young age, his willpower has helped him to overcome it and run a million dollar business institution.

Lesiba Mothupi was born in the year 1997 in a town named Polokwane, South Africa. Mothupi has two siblings and he is the middle one. At a very young age he had to shift to a new place named Lephalale. Lesiba says, “I was never the smartest in my class. At the age of 14 I lived in a garage with my mom and two siblings and the age of 14 years old I got into entrepreneurship with a friend selling sweets and chips.”

Ethiopia — Abiy Rejects International “Interference” in Tigray

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has rejected the growing international calls for dialogue and a halt to deadly fighting in the Tigray region, calling it “interference.” Instead, he says his country will handle the conflict on its own. Abiy, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize last year, insists on calling the conflict a “law enforcement operation.”

You Are Not Powerless in Your Job Search During Covid-19

You probably never dreamed you’d be in search of a job during a global pandemic. Talk about challenges, right? Okay, before you get down and think your chances just slid to the floor, let’s look at what you can do to make the most of your time, and how you can land that next job interview.

One of the first things to consider is how you present yourself to others. Have you evaluated your personal brand lately? What makes you a valuable candidate to prospective employers? How will you stand out in a crowded marketplace? What transferable skills do you have? What are your strengths and how can you amplify them? Consider what courses are available to help you stay competitive in your industry. By evaluating your personal brand, you’ll get an overarching view of how potential employers see you.

Guinea- Court Approves Conde’s Third Term

Guinea’s top court has approved Alpha Conde’s victory in the August 18 polls. This will be Conde’s third term in office that will consist of six years and by all indications the opposition can no longer appeal against the ruling. It rejected the accusation of fraud against him by the opposition leader Cellou Dalein Diallo. He urged leaders to put aside their personal interests and differences.

Can Nigeria Global Value Chain Expand Nigeria Exports?

The Harvard economist Dani Rodrik has written that a country’s economic development is virtually synonymous with its ability to produce manufactured goods for export. As countries adopt this export model it allows, for example, companies in Nigeria to compete internationally and gradually raise productivity through investment in capital and skills: “Industrialising has been a key escalator that has enabled rapid growth.”