• How to Stand out During Your Next Job Interview

    Everyday I sit in a television studio and pepper people with questions about a variety of topics related to business. It's about the most unnatural way to talk to a person but somehow, it works onscreen.

  • Avoid these social media mistakes when job searching

    Social media helps your job search in many ways, from profiling your expertise to finding out about new opportunities, but if you’re not careful it can also hinder your chance of securing your ideal job.

  • How to get your CV into the recruiter’s ‘yes’ pile

    Have you ever wondered what happens once your CV has made it into the inbox of a recruiter? You can imagine that this person has a fair few CVs to get through, and sometimes only a percentage of these will get read past the first page. Fewer of these will make the shortlist of resumes to pass onto their client. But how does a recruiter come to this decision?

  • Who will win Bank of Kigali’s Rwf60m Urumuri interest-free cash?

    Dr Diane Karusisi, the chief executive officer speaks during starting of mentorship training to 50 entrepreneurs organized by Bank of Kigali.

    The opening panel of the just-concluded YouthConnekt Africa Summit in Kigali discussed arguably the most critical question for young people; how to create enough jobs to address the continent’s unemployment quandary – there’s a target for 50 million jobs by 2020.

  • UR student nominated for prestigious young women fellowship programme

    Grace Ineza Umuhoza, a third year university student at the University of Rwanda (UR), has been nominated for one of Africa’s famous global women leadership programmes.

    The Moremi Initiative Leadership and Empowerment Development (MILEAD) Fellow Programme selects from around the continent’s most promising young women leaders, who possess the courage and commitment to lead and shape the future of Africa,.

  • 5 Expert Tips for Interview Success

    Americans will have at least 10 jobs before retirement, based on current Bureau of Labor Statistics research that shows average job tenure in 2016 was a little over four years. Companies often conduct two or more interviews of a potential candidate before deciding to hire them. This means, at best, most of us must interview at least 20 (and likely 30 to 40) more times before we retire. Like it or not, acing the interview is a must for long-term career growth. Here are five tips for interview success:

  • 7 Ways to Make Your Internship Most Valuable

    During an internship, observe those who garner the most respect from others and figure out what they're doing right

    7 Ways to Make Your Internship Most Valuable

  • Officials call for proactive efforts to scale up job creation to tame unemployment

    All necessary actions that could help create more jobs for Rwandans need to be aggressively pursued to deal with the growing threat of unemployment in the country, stakeholders gathered for a Parliament-led consultative meeting on employment have said.

    The meeting, held yesterday, brought together nearly 150 participants from both public and private sectors. It was called by the Senate to advance discussions about how to promote employment in the country.