The job opportunities at the Dutch government are endless. Every year, many vacancies open for starters, and they have multiple interesting government traineeships. The BoFEB, Rijkstraineeship and Financial traineeship are the most fitting for economics students. How do you get an interview and how to prepare for it?
Nowadays, computers and software have become an essential part of our lives. We use them for personal purposes, for work, study and in every aspect of our public and private lives. This importance has created markets of all sorts, including black markets for harmful software aimed at gaining money at the expense of other people.
This week, after all hope was lost, temperatures are rising and the suns shows himself more often. Time, I supposed, to reconsider the economic effects of sunny weather on the economy. I will not, however, consider the unfortunate ASSET-member who spent a sunny afternoon in his garden, only to see his laptop crashing.
With the exams coming up Off the Charts presents a second list with handy tips. This time we provide you with all the knowledge you need to get the best preparation possible for your exams.
We all know thesis writing can be difficult at times. Whether you are going through hell or not, here are some good tips.
In the beginning of the 20th century the first significant oil reserves in Venezuela were found. This new natural resource sparked the interest of the government because it can be the basis of a very profitable industry for the country. Juan Vicente Gómez, the president at the time, granted several concessions to foreign companies to explore, extract and refine oil. During the First World War, the industry was faced with a lack of technology and machinery because of the difficult and costly transportation of them. As a result, the production of oil was slowed down for the time being.
In spring 2016, I had been living in Tilburg for eight months, and enjoyed the student life. About one year ago, April 11th, I chaired a committee that organised the Asset Conference. It was the first experience I had with organising such an event. The days just before the event were intense, and afterwards there was ample spare time. I focused on the upcoming exams from my master supply chain management and looked forward to the summer holidays and future employment opportunities.
100% energy-neutral by 2050 is the long-term goal for the Dutch government when it comes to environmental policy. During the past elections in March the environment was not the most prominent subject of debate, but during the formation the environment may turn out to be a major obstacle, as the opinions of the major parties differ a lot. 2050 is still 33 years ahead of us, but the time is now to force big changes in our treatment of the environment. Luckily, some parts of the Netherlands are way ahead of the national government, with Goeree-Overflakkee being the best example.