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  • Career Advice
  • Theresa Heinig
New Careers: These are the jobs of tomorrow!

New Careers: These are the jobs of tomorrow!

As digitalisation progresses, many employees are afraid of losing their jobs and being replaced by algorithms, robots & Co. In fact, many news suggest this development. But what is the truth? In the blog we reveal some half-truths and show which jobs will be particularly in demand in the future.

  • ARTS Expertise
  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
Downsizing in Commercial Aviation

Downsizing in Commercial Aviation

It was a bang that marked the beginning of 2019 for the European aviation industry: Airbus announced that the A380 would be phased out as early as 2021. This was due to too many cancelled orders for the wide-body aircraft.

  • Career Advice
  • Magdy Mustafa
Bye Men's Domain - Women in the IT Industry

Bye Men's Domain - Women in the IT Industry

More than almost any other industry, the IT industry understands itself as a pioneer on the way to a progressive and more sustainable society. However, its German representatives in particular have a problem: the proportion of women in companies is low. Established role models and a lack of support slow down the necessary change. Female potential has long been urgently needed.

  • ARTS Expertise
  • Aileen Kreibich
Silver Worker – an essential pillar in companies

Silver Worker – an essential pillar in companies

The world of work 4.0 is characterised by an ageing society and fewer highly qualified specialists. These are only two reasons why silver workers are becoming more the focus of personnel managers. The need has been recognised - but measures to implement it are often lacking.

  • Career Advice
  • Job Market
  • Katja Herrmann
The five biggest mistakes you can make in a job application © ARTS

The five biggest mistakes you can make in a job application

A flawless and impressive application is often a minimum requirement for getting your dream job. However, it is not uncommon for one or two mistakes to make their way into your documentation. What are the biggest mistakes that candidates can make in their written applications? And how can these errors be avoided?