• 9 signs you need a break from job searching
    There’s no doubt about it, looking for a job can be pretty difficult. If you’ve been endlessly searching for the perfect job, tweaking your CV and crafting unique cover letters, your brain is probably on the latter side of frazzled. … Continue reading → The post 9 signs you need a break from job searching […]
  • Your guide to skype and video interviews
    Technology has step-changed recruitment in the last few years. Almost without exception, the Internet now plays a major part in most career moves and video interviews have become a mainstream recruitment tool. Types of video interviews The pre-recorded interview: This format … Continue reading → The post Your guide to skype and video interviews appeared first […]
  • 5 secrets for getting time off work for interviews
    Job hunting is rarely easy. But it can be especially difficult when you are looking for new employment whilst still working your current job. Finding time to look for roles, tailor your applications and speak to recruiters is tricky when … Continue reading → The post 5 secrets for getting time off work for interviews […]
  • 15 struggles of balancing the gym and work
    We all know it’s extremely difficult to balance exercising and our jobs, and we’re sure you all try to work out regularly! Try as we might though, squeezing in a gym session is always an absolute mission. Here are the … Continue reading → The post 15 struggles of balancing the gym and work appeared […]
  • Who runs the world? Women in engineering
    It will come as no surprise to hear that women are a minority in the engineering industry. But with successful campaigns including National Women in Engineering Day and #ILookLikeanEngineer highlighting the prominence gender discrimination in the industry and therefore the … Continue reading → The post Who runs the world? Women in engineering appeared first […]
  • Redundant? Retired? Think Again!! Generation Cherry Book Review
    If you have been made redundant here is a helpful book for you!! Generation Cherry Book Review Generation Cherry is a cracking book for the 50+ generation. Being an avid reader and Author of self-help, how-to and Personal And professional development books, I can see how much time, effort, knowledge and skill, the writer has […]
  • How To Improve Your Writing – Video 3 of 6
    Redundancy is a time for reflection!! Have you always had a burning desire to write a book? Or are you already writing but getting a bit stuck? Watch this week’s video for your top tip on how to improve your writing! Don’t forget to subscribe!!Filed under: Redundancy Tagged: #amwriting, #publishing, Author, Develop, Grow, How to […]
  • How To Improve Your Writing – Want a Bite Of The Cherry?
    In this video I will give you another top tip on how to improve your writing – as Tesco says, ‘Every Little Helps!’ If you follow me on my www.quirkybooks.wordpress.com blog, you will know my huge passion is writing and as such I have gone back to my roots and doing more videos and posts to […]
  • How to Improve Your Writing – Video 1
    How To Improve Your Writing – Video 1. To quote Brendon Burchard, ‘Common sense is not always common practice’. In this how to improve your writing training series, I will look at some of the ways to improve your writing. This is video one of 6. I am off from my day job for 7 […]
  • What’s it like to live and work in Cambridge?
    It’s already given us Sir Richard Attenborough, Roger Waters and one of the most famous universities on the planet, but what else keeps Cambridge’s estimated 138,750 residents sticking around? What types of industry are prominent in Cambridge? It goes without saying that education is the most famous industry associated with the city thanks to the […]
  • Writing the perfect personal statement for your CV
    When employers are wading through piles of CVs, a personal statement can make all the difference. We therefore asked two experts to tell us about the merits of having one that stands out, and how to craft it… The merits of a good personal statement “Candidates should use a personal statement as a platform to […]
  • What’s it like to live and work in Bradford?
    It’s already given us the mysticism of Dynamo, the hilarity of Adrian Edmundson and the world-conquering pop of Zayn Malik, but what else keeps Bradford’s estimated 530,983 residents sticking around?  What types of industry are prominent in Bradford? According to its local government, Bradford has 15,200 businesses employing 192,200 people and is primarily defined as […]
  • What does a Hedge Fund Manager actually do?
    Hedge funds and Hedge Fund Managers are more infamous than understood. For many people, they’re “something to do with the City” and not to be trusted. We find out what a hedge fund is, and look at hedge fund managers – are they number-crunching nerds or wide boys making deals? What is a hedge fund? […]
  • What’s it like to live and work in Cardiff?
    It’s already given us Dame Shirley Bassey, Ryan Giggs and Roald Dahl, but what else keeps Cardiff’s estimated 358,400 residents sticking around? Let’s investigate… What types of industry are prominent in Cardiff? According to the Cardiff Research Centre’s Economy and Labour Market Report last year – citing figures from the Office for National Statistics – […]
  • In the Age of the Shrinking Middle Class and Stagnant Wages, What Are Today’s Best Opportunities?
    The future isn’t what it used to be. Politicians and pundits fret anxiously about the stagnation of wages, while anti-establishment movements are surging in popularity around the world. Over the past 30 years, the number of middle-income households in the … The post In the Age of the Shrinking Middle Class and Stagnant Wages, What […]
  • The Impact of Brexit on Job Search, in 5 Charts
    Last week’s vote to leave the European Union has plunged the continent into a state of crisis. No country has left the bloc since Greenland quit the EU’s predecessor, European Economic Community, in 1985—and while negotiations over the UK’s departure … The post The Impact of Brexit on Job Search, in 5 Charts appeared first […]
  • Not That Into EU? Insights on Job Search, Migration and the EU Referendum
    After a debate that has raged for months, the UK will hold the referendum next week to decide whether to stay inside the European Union or opt for a “Brexit” and leave. And while there are many disagreements between the … The post Not That Into EU? Insights on Job Search, Migration and the EU […]
  • How a Leading UK Not-For-Profit Hires Talented Caregivers
    The number of people in the UK aged 75 or older is expected to rise by 89% to nearly 10 million by mid-2039, and these older members of the population are more likely to require long-term care. This trend is … The post How a Leading UK Not-For-Profit Hires Talented Caregivers appeared first on Indeed […]
  • The Global Nursing Shortage, and How to Fix It
    Nurses are vitally important professionals who care for us when we’re at our most vulnerable. Whether we meet them in doctor’s surgeries, A&Es or even disaster areas and war zones, we rely on nurses to help us and our loved … The post The Global Nursing Shortage, and How to Fix It appeared first on […]
  • What it’s like to work for Facebook
    To give you an insight into what it’d be like to be a Facebook employee, here’s what’s it’s like to work there (and our top tips to help you land the job): The post What it’s like to work for Facebook appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Six ways to supplement your income
    Want to make more money? Here are six easy ways you could be supplementing your income right now - and how to get started. The post Six ways to supplement your income appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • How to: Fit work around studying
    Not sure you can juggle work and study effectively? To make sure you’re not compromising the quality of your studies or taking on too much, here’s our essential guide to fitting work around studying: The post How to: Fit work around studying appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • What can I do with my English degree?
    When it comes to using your English degree, communication is key. To make sure you know what’s out there, here’s what you can actually do with your English degree: The post What can I do with my English degree? appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Group interview tasks and activities
    We’ve already covered what not to do at a group interview, but here’s our guide to some of the most popular group interview tasks and activities. The post Group interview tasks and activities appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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