Young Professionals have stress due to low self-efficacy

Students are potential employees not on the labour market yet. They just have finished university, which means: they did read many books/summaries, made exams and did some presentations. Often, students have the feeling they are able to accomplish those tasks. Self-efficacy Someone’s judgment of perceived capability for performing a specific task (Bandura, 1977, 1986) is […]

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Transition from being an intern to a full time

When I first reported to work on the first day of my internship, I was feeling anxious, but on the other hand filled with curiosity. I could not wait to find out what was waiting for me at my new job. I was introduced to the department as “the new intern” who will be here […]

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Leader or Follower?

At some point in life, we have all had dreams of becoming a leader. Be it in class as a monitor, in a club as a president, in a team as a captain or simply just a leader figure to your younger siblings. I vividly remember how at a mere age of 10, I was […]

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Looking for our dream job

Ever since we started the Young Professional Program, it has not only attracted the attention of many Young Professionals but also students and jobseekers. With this, we have decide to conduct a brainstorming session for this group of sign-ups. We were interested to find out about the primary reasons that caused the students and jobseekers […]

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