Looking for jobs? A few tips to get you started

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Looking for jobs? While online job listings and resume sites have made it easier to find jobs, they’ve also made it simple for everyone else to search for and apply for work as well.  I had read that for every job Google lists, they receive 900 applicants.  How do you stand out in a crowd?… Read more »


Meet Kerrie Hooper – A SAGE Scholar Studying Computer Science

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Kerrie Hooper What made you apply to be a SAGE scholar? I was doing some research on the University of Guyana’s programs and courses prior the applying online. Shortly after completing the online application I came across a sage application advertisement. So I said to myself, “why not apply?”. So I went ahead and did… Read more »


Read more Guyana News on the Guyana Tribune

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Guyana News The Guyana Tribune was recently launched, aggregating Guyana news from around the internet all into one place. The site’s style is very similar to how reddit looks and works with links from around the web all on one page where users can easily navigate through them, comment and vote the articles up or… Read more »


Looking for Guyana jobs?

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Guyana Jobs There are plenty of Guyana jobs if you just know where to look. There are a number of sites that post directly to businesses hiring in Guyana as well as NGOs and other nonprofits looking for just the right person. It could very well be you. Take a look at this list I’ve… Read more »


Guyana National Tourism Policy Readies

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Guyana’s draft National Tourism Policy is almost ready to become a public document. Director General of the Ministry of Tourism Donald Sinclair said that relevant stakeholders are “currently reviewing” the document and sending in feedback and responses which will be reviewed to make amendments where necessary. “Interestingly, cruise visits and yachting are a part of… Read more »