Career Talk

Lately, I have been thinking if I should add a Career page to the blog to share with you guys my journey.

 

For those that are not aware, I studied Media and Communications at the Nelson Mandela University and majored in Public Relations. Currently, I work at a design and communication company as a Public Relations Officer.

It has been a roller coaster ride that I have been enjoying, learning and growing through. I came from learning about campaigns for my university modules to doing the actual task. It hasn’t been all sunshine and cakes but we continue to work hard.

It was humbling when  Briony asked me to answer a few questions for her #CareerCorner. I think you don’t quite realize your growth until people point it out to you. To me, growth professionally is very important because for the longest time I have wanted to be at that stage of my life. I am grateful for the opportunities that I have received in my life and the support that my family, friends and person show continually.

Please do check out her page on Facebook called Career Women Moving Mountains. It is a great space where women of all ages talk about their careers, motivate each other and basically come together to learn from each other.

Below is the link to the article. Please do check it out!

https://www.brionyliber.com/single-post/2018/03/13/careercornerelsie

 

So Much Love

 

Efuru

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3 comments on “Career Talk”

  1. Eve says:

    career page is definitely a great idea. It’s motivating especially seeing someone your age going places. Those moments you feel down and think I’m not pushing forwards because I’m or I’m this, looking back to people like you will definitely help give that push even if it’s different fields. Thumbs up on attaining that degree and raising your head high in the working sphere! I totally loved the interview with Briony, smart and interesting answers.

  2. Eve says:

    career page is definitely a great idea. It’s motivating especially seeing someone your age going places. Those moments you feel down and think I’m not pushing forwards because I’m young* or I’m this, looking back to people like you will definitely help give that push even if it’s different fields. Thumbs up on attaining that degree and raising your head high in the working sphere! I totally loved the interview with Briony, smart and interesting answers.

    1. Mwarianesu says:

      Oh thank you miss! For always reading my posts, and just the support. I will definitely work on the career page.

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