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  • 5 careers a chemistry degree could take you
    It’s untrue to assume that a degree in chemistry will lead to a life in the laboratory. In fact, only about a third of graduates go on to work in the lab. A chemistry degree equips you with skills that can be utilised in many roles, across a variety of sectors and in a variety […]
  • How to ace the graduate job hunt with a 2:2 degree
    University isn’t all parties and instant noodles, there’s a lot of hard work involved. If you haven’t fallen asleep during a late-night study session, have you really been to uni? The point is, a degree isn’t just a piece of paper, it’s a reward for years of essays, lectures, exams, group projects, presentations, assignments… Well, […]
  • Improve your business writing skills with these 8 need-to-know tips
    Writing for your business may at first seem simple, but once you start to realise the number of things you should be considering, it can quickly start to seem overwhelming. The skill of writing can take years to master but by following these simple yet effective tips, you can instantly improve your business writing skills […]
  • 4 habits of successful graduate job hunters
    According to Select Jobs, with the number of graduates achieving a first increasing from 17% to 24% over the last five years, competition for graduate jobs is now stronger than ever. Here’s an exclusive insight into the four habits of successful graduate job hunters. Get your CV some serious exposure The days of printing 50 […]
  • 5 ways to make your CV instantly shorter
    If you’re applying for a job, you’ll know that your CV should be two pages long. This saves a lot of time for the employer when finding the ideal person for the job. So, how do you keep your CV short and sweet? Since being in high school, I’ve always thought about the things that […]
  • Passion Inspirational/Motivational Poem By Sandra Bellamy!!
      Passion Inspirational/Motivational Poem By Sandra Bellamy!! You have to have passion in what you do, otherwise you are just going through the motions living someone else’s dream!! Yes, it will be tough and there may be heartache and pain to reach your destination, but you will get there in the end, because I believe […]
  • REDUNDANCY Dream Finally Comes True!! ASEXUAL PERSPECTIVES Quirky Books Paperback Published!
    When I was made redundant for the second time in my life, in 2009, it is then that I discovered 100% that I was born to write. I started my www.quirkybooks.wordpress.com writing blog over 6 years ago and I knew back then, that I wanted to have my own publishing company called Quirky Books, and this […]
  • COURAGE – Motivational/Inspirational Poem By Sandra Bellamy
    Filed under: Inspiration, Redundancy Tagged: inspirational, inspirational poetry, Inspirational video, inspiring, Motivational poetry, Motivational video, Personal development, quirkybooksTV, sandra bellamy, Self-help, Vloggger
  • Persistence, Patience and Inner Power!
    Writing is the love of my life. I have to confess, writing itself, brings me inner peace, such happiness, joy, and contentment, that I do not experience from anything else I regularly do. Nothing compares to the feeling. If only writing books was that simple. But as a self- published Author of non-fiction, loads of […]
  • 6 Ways to use social media in your job hunt
    Social media platforms give you a great opportunity to connect, engage, share and learn. And they also provide an opportunity for you to create a ‘buzz’ around your personal brand. They are becoming increasingly popular with job seekers as a way to keep in touch, grow their networks, spread the word, research companies and opportunities […]
  • Blog Your Way to a Job
    Today’s guest post comes from Katrina Collier, who helps job seekers come to grips with the changing recruitment landscape. She encourages them to showcase their expertise and coaches on how engage appropriately on social media networks. Here she looks at how blogging has increasingly become an important part of the job seeker’s armoury…. “I know […]
  • 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 […]
  • More British People Are Working For Themselves
    In the UK, as elsewhere, the nature of employment is changing rapidly. The share of traditional jobs—full-time, regular, open-ended positions—is falling and a growing proportion of workers earn a living from atypical forms of employment, defined as jobs that don’t … The post More British People Are Working For Themselves appeared first on Indeed Blog.
  • 4 Lessons All Recruiters Can Learn from the Tech Hiring Process
    Competing for tech talent means being a kung fu master — a peaceful warrior. Tech recruiters must be both aggressive and gentle, often in the same moment, throughout the entire hiring process. Every industry has its own arsenal of tips, … The post 4 Lessons All Recruiters Can Learn from the Tech Hiring Process appeared […]
  • National Living Wage One Year On: Where Are the Lowest Earners Doing Best?
    The UK’s lowest wage earners got some good news in 2016–their wages increased at the fastest rate in almost 20 years. For this bit of extra money in their pockets, they can thank the National Living Wage (NLW), introduced in … The post National Living Wage One Year On: Where Are the Lowest Earners Doing […]
  • The top courses to help you get hired July 2017
    No shoes, no shirt, no certification? No problem. To help inspire you, here are three of the best courses you could be starting in July. The post The top courses to help you get hired July 2017 appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • How to: Take criticism at work
    Criticism is never an easy thing to hear. So to help you take negative feedback gracefully, here’s our guide to how to take criticism at work: The post How to: Take criticism at work appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Jobs with children
    Want to work with children? To help you get-to-grips with your options, here are five jobs with children - and our advice on how to get your career started: The post Jobs with children appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • IT apprenticeships: How to get started
    So you want to work in IT, and you understand the benefits of apprenticeships - but how do you get started? Here are some of our top tips. The post IT apprenticeships: How to get started appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Four things to take to a job interview
    Outfit? Check. Answers? Check. Checklist? Check. We’ve already covered how to prepare for an interview, but here are four things you should always take with you on the big day: The post Four things to take to a job interview appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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