How to get a job in EdTech

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Article written by KidSmart So you want to work in the EdTech sector? The EdTech market has become a multibillion-dollar industry. It has become one of the most important topics of discussion among educators, parents and students. EdTech companies are willing to pay top dollar for talented individuals who can help their company step up …

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Eight embarrassing email blunders to avoid in the workplace

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Nobody wants to get off on the wrong foot in the workplace. Yet, there is one place where a faux pas can occur before you’ve even had a chance to meet someone face-to-face. Where? The old trusty email. With instant messaging platforms becoming ever more popular, it’s easy to forget that communicating with a colleague, …

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How to robot-proof your cover letter and pass an ATS hurdle

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  You’ve just graduated from university. Your degree hangs nicely on the wall. Now—the pressure is on to get a job. Otherwise, you might have to move back in with your parents, and that’s probably the last thing you want. So, you head over to LinkedIn in search of delicious job offers that could potentially …

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The EdTech sector is making all kinds of noise lately…

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…here’s an intro   Article written and provided by KidSmart  EdTech has been making all kinds of noise in recent times for several reasons: Firstly, the education sector is one of the largest and fastest-growing parts of the global economy. It is an industry concerned primarily with imparting information and relevant skills. Secondly, EdTech alone is …

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Unloc Enterprise Challenge 2019

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Have you been sitting on a great technology-led business idea? The Unloc Enterprise Challenge is back for its second year, brought to you by Verizon. What is it? The Unloc Enterprise Challenge is an online entrepreneurship competition, for those aged 16-25, who are looking to develop a technology-led business idea that is fresh, new and …

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