Nearly every top celebrity employs PR tactics. This may not always help when their bad behaviour generates the wrong publicity, but may actually take advantage of public attention to further their careers.
You will often hear the words ‘career’ and ‘job’ used interchangeably, but they are two very different things. A job is something you will do to earn cash; it’s filling a work role within a business in exchange for money. A career, though, is a long-term pursuit of a lifelong ambition.
I am engrossed in the way people live their lives. We as humans make choices every day, some of which seem completely unrelated to our happiness.
When applying for a new job, do you ever take into consideration the size of the business? It’s always important to do your research when looking into a new career. Investigate the company you are applying for and the way they work. When I was applying for an apprenticeship I wanted to start off in a small organisation.
After 20 years the British comedy ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ has come back to our screens. For those unfamiliar with the sitcom, Edina ‘Eddy’ Monsoon (Jenifer Saunders) and Patsy ‘Pats’ Stone (Joanna Lumley) are two best friends immersed in the world of celebrities, fashion and PR events. They take on a whirl wind journey of mischief landing themselves into amusing situations.
How are you enjoying the ‘juice’ so far? Whether you have just finished school, college or want a career in something new, then give yourself the best chance of landing your apprenticeship by reading my top tips for success.
I have always been a creative person. When I was younger, you would find me designing, dreaming, dancing and telling stories.
Many people may not know I enjoy making things and expressing myself – I guess I have been good at masking my hidden talent!
Why do you want a career in PR and where will it take you? I always get asked these questions and they were questions I always asked myself before starting work at Changeworks.
Relationship goals, squad goals and even food goals are all the rage nowadays, but what about career goals? Why not set long term, life goals instead of just looking no further than your next pay packet?
I have always wanted a ‘job’ that will give me a future. PR offers many industries to get into: fashion, music, hospitality, construction, government, public sector, retail, science, education.. Need I go on?
Are you an apprentice? Do you want to be an apprentice? Are you bored of the same news? Tired of waiting for the summer or wanting it to be Christmas again? Well, have a read of my new blog about my first few months at Changeworks Communications and why I wanted to become an apprentice.
I will start off with the juicy news! Why be an apprentice?