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  • 6 writing jobs you might not have considered
    Whether you’re a seasoned freelance writer or just breaking into the field, it’s good to know what your options are. You’ve no doubt already thought about the most common jobs: copy-editing, guest blogging,  technical writing and journalism. But if you decide that these aren’t for you, you may want to consider the following seven more […]
  • 8 ways to get more out of your autumn commute
    There’s a lot to be said for a good commute (no, really!). Recent research from Office Genie found an enjoyable commute means a significant majority of workers are both happier and indeed more productive. We teamed up with the office-search site to look at the key factors behind a happy commute. While empty roads and […]
  • 11 jobs for civil engineering graduates
    If you’ve chosen to study engineering or have just finished an engineering degree, you’re already on the path to a successful, rewarding career. Those with civil engineering skills are in high demand as the UK workforce continues to experience a shortage of necessary engineering skills. A major reason for this skills gap is due to […]
  • How to survive job interview rejection and bounce back
    So you didn’t get the job. This can be a rather devastating experience, and understandably so. But you must remember that there are several different reasons for an unsuccessful interview, and most of them are out of your control. Whether you’re a job hunt newbie or an experienced reject, use the following tips to help […]
  • The complete guide to writing a cover letter
    When it comes to job hunting, getting your cover letter right is just as important as perfecting your CV! Your cover letter is a way to introduce yourself to the employer and is sent to accompany and expand upon your CV. Some recruiters may receive hundreds of applications a day, so your cover letter gives […]
  • What’s the difference between fixed-term and permanent contracts?
    Even if you’re looking for a permanent position, taking up a fixed-term contract can be beneficial for your career. Sometimes an employer has the need to fill a job role for a temporary period. For example, they may have an employee who needs to take some time out for maternity leave. Or they may have […]
  • How to deal with work-related stress
    Your health is all-important. Don’t let stress affect your mental well being. At work, pressure can be a good thing. It can motivate and focus you, as well as make you more productive. However, this can sometimes tip you over the edge, leading you to become stressed as you get to a point where you […]
  • The rise of women in technology
    At the start of 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May declared the UK technology sector to be a “great British success story”. But just how easy is it for women to break into the UK tech scene? The third annual Tech Nation report revealed the UK to be at the forefront of Europe’s digital sphere. It […]
  • How to become an engineer
    Find out why engineering is so important, and the routes you can take to build a career that could make an impact on the world. If you’re looking for a career that makes an impact, the engineering sector is hard to beat. From aerospace to robotics, delivering the latest Queensferry Crossing or designing the next […]
  • How to Prepare for an Interview
    Snappy CV? Check. Killer cover letter? Check. Now it’s time to walk the talk in the interview stage. We’ve compiled the definitive guide for job interview prep to help you land your dream job. On first thoughts, a job interview can seem scary. You’re in for an hour of non-stop questioning, after all. But don’t […]
  • Building an Extraordinary Team: Four Essential Lessons From a Global Recruiter
    One of the many joys of leadership is the opportunity it presents to build a team. So far in my career I’ve done this twice. The first time was in 2014 when I was working at Yahoo and a reorg … The post Building an Extraordinary Team: Four Essential Lessons From a Global Recruiter appeared […]
  • How Can Employers Win the Battle for Tech Talent?
    Today, every company is becoming a tech company. And with so many firms are on the lookout for coders, software engineers and data scientists (among other roles), it’s getting harder than ever for employers to find people with these high … The post How Can Employers Win the Battle for Tech Talent? appeared first on […]
  • Report: How Wealthy Are You? What Britons Think of as “Rich”
    What does “rich” mean to you? For some, it may be pretty simple — living a comfortably debt-free life, for instance. For others, it may be chasing a lifestyle with Made in Chelsea levels of excess. Earlier in the year … The post Report: How Wealthy Are You? What Britons Think of as “Rich” appeared […]
  • What time do Europeans search for jobs?
    We often hear about Germans being on time, the French savoring a two-hour lunch and the Brits taking their tea at 5pm without fail. Of course, these are stereotypes based on exaggeration and generalization, but they sometimes contain kernels of … The post What time do Europeans search for jobs? appeared first on Indeed Blog.
  • Apprenticeship: From the Factory Floor to the Conference Room
    For the past year or so, apprenticeships have been at the forefront of debate about the UK labour market and its training system. This surge in interest stems from the introduction of a new programme, the Apprenticeship Levy, a … The post Apprenticeship: From the Factory Floor to the Conference Room appeared first on Indeed […]
  • Graduate skills – what are employers looking for?
    Figuring out what companies want in graduates isn’t always easy. We’ve already covered what graduate employers really want, but here are the top skills graduate employers are looking for: The post Graduate skills – what are employers looking for? appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • The top courses to help you get hired September 2017
    If you’re ready to start learning in September, here are three of the top courses you could be taking right now (school books on standby)... The post The top courses to help you get hired September 2017 appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • CV layout: dos and don’ts
    Even the best CV in the world can be let down by poor presentation. To help yours stand out, here's our list of CV layout dos and don'ts... The post CV layout: dos and don’ts appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Revealed: The best city to go to university in 2017
    Cardiff has been named the most cost-effective city to attend university, as part of the NatWest Student Living Index 2017. Find out how your uni stacks up. The post Revealed: The best city to go to university in 2017 appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • 11 of the worst people you can work with
    Unfortunately, you can’t choose your work colleagues. But to help you get to grips with them, here are 11 people you'd rather not have in your office. The post 11 of the worst people you can work with appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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