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You’re not likely to be assigned a personal assistant while working or studying, so here are some tips on how to make the most of each day.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) is a good time to take another look at some smart software than can help you learn te reo.
Many of us employ habits when we speak that we aren't aware of and according to one online English teacher, they make us sound less intelligent.
There are a lot of urban myths out there that people might have heard, but the Family Planning experts are there to dispel the half-truths.
Teen entrepreneur Jack Bloomfield says that uni is not the be all and end all of education.
Yes, we get it, the world of finance can be a foreign language! But if you have an idea of some key financial terms, it could well help you, not only in your career, but also in your life.
Alex Le Long is proud of her work and those she has taught, but says one of the biggest demands in her career is pastoral care - emotional support.
PJs may be comfortable but they don't put you in the right frame of mind for a job interview
JETmag talks to RainbowYOUTH, which has been supporting queer and gender diverse young people in New Zealand for nearly 30 years.
The irrational fear of having no access to your phone now has a name – nomophobia.


Joining forces: the life of an architectural aluminium joiner

The latest in our series of JETmag job profiles features Shevonne, who is an architectural aluminium joiner in Tokoroa.