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How to Prepare for an Interview: 5 Tips to Get You a F&B Job

By Gabriel Ibasco We all know that F&B jobs are no easy feat – long hours and busy weekends are all part of the hustle and bustle. Plus, it’s difficult to know what to expect when you’re applying for a job. What kind of questions will they ask me? How can I set myself apart ...

Part-Time Retail Job Interview: 7 Questions People Regret Not Asking

Welcome to the final part of the series: Questions People Regret Not Asking During a Part-Time Job Interview, where we drill down to the specific things you should clarify at a part-time job interview for a certain industry. Today, we are exploring the retail industry! P.S if you missed out on the previous part covering the ...

How to Sell Your Used Car: 10 Details Buyers Want to Know

If you’re thinking about selling your used car, the problem is, there are thousands others selling too. How will your car stand out? Fret not, I got hold of the experts from Carousell Motors and they’ve happily listed out 10 details that car buyers frequently want to find out before they decide on buying a ...

Part-Time Events Job Interview: 7 Questions People Regret Not Asking

Welcome to the second part of the series: Questions People Regret Not Asking During a Part-Time Job Interview. Today, we are exploring the events industry! P.S if you missed out on the first part covering the F&B industry, click here to read it! Have you ever worked at a job where the job scope and experience was nowhere ...

Carousell enabled my music shop

Before I downloaded Carousell, I was just a music teacher harbouring a dream where I can one day sell music books and spread music to the world. When I took the plunge and started selling music books under the name MusicNuts!, my husband and I didn’t know anything about marketing and we really didn’t do much of ...

Part-Time F&B Interview: 6 Important Questions People Regret Not Asking

So you’ve finally decided to settle down- and no, we don’t mean stead with someone, but to get that part-time job. After much thought, you settle on that decent Japanese restaurant that has ok pay and also a 5-minute walk from your home- shiok! On your first day of work, everything is going well- until you ...