You finally landed a job offer!
It’s like a dream come true 🤩
But wait—how do you know if it’s good enough?
What if you’re worth way more?
Should you negotiate for limitless ice cream? 🍨
Just ask Bard. Here’s how:
Go to bard.google.com and type in:
I got a job offer.
Company: (insert company's name)
Job Title: (insert title)
Compensation: (Insert salary amount)
This is my resume:
(Copy paste your resume)
Is this a fair job offer?
Your input will look like this:
And you’ll get an output like this:
But be sure to negotiate for limitless ice cream.
The trick is to ask for limitless ice cream up front, and then settle for Ice Cream Mondays 😉
We couldn't wait to share it with you 😄
From food stamps at age 9 to landing his dream job at 24, Jerry's story is nothing short of inspiring.
He hustled through college, took on internships every semester, and sacrificed late nights with friends to make it happen.
But here's the kicker:
He says he had no clue what he was doing!
But he believed that continuous action and hard work would lead to luck. And it did. Two early promotions and a $200,000 salary at just 24 years old.
If you want to hear more about his journey from the man himself, watch his TEDx talk on YouTube—
Ever thought about teaching?
It’s a rewarding career, and with the advent of new AI tools, it’s changing faster than ever.
And we’ve noticed these trends.
They’ll help you make a more informed decision.
Esports in schools are big.
97% of students play at least an hour of video games each day. This has led teachers to experiment with gamified learning.
Students are using TikTok and Instagram Reels for homework help. Additionally, due to short attention spans, teachers are experimenting with "microlearning" or "nano-learning," teaching small chunks of content at a time.
AI is a big thing, and students use applications like ChatGPT to write entire essays and submit assignments.
Students and teachers are also experiencing a lot of burnout. Anxiety and depression rates are at their highest, even before COVID. Moreover, there is a significant increase in the turnover rate for teachers.
Beyond the classroom, if you still want to be involved in education, here are a few other routes you can take:
🧑🏫 Online tutoring is useful, particularly if you specialize in subjects like chemistry or calculus.
✏️ TechEd is growing with all the new technology. Companies like Oxford, Pearson, McGraw-Hill, Blackboard, are all looking to stay up-to-date on the latest tech. So they also need programmers, IT, AI, engineers, etc.
🎨 You could even become a content creator and teach about a topic you're passionate about.
Plus, the online education space is currently valued at $166 billion and is expected to reach $239.30 billion in 2027.
So if you've ever thought of getting into teaching, this might be the perfect time to make the switch.
And if you’re thinking about making the switch, our Ultimate Bundle is the perfect solution!
Need more help? Our 1:1 services could be a good fit for you! With 90% of our clients land interviews within 3 months and 70% land offers in 6 months, it’s only a matter of time until you land that job you’ve always dreamed of.
If you need help in making that decision, sign-up to speak to our team. We’ll help you turn from an underdog into a winner.
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