• Afternoon slumps your new best friend? How to stay motivated
    We’ve all been there. It’s three o’clock, you’re feeling lethargic, and you can’t focus on your work anymore. Your mind is elsewhere, you’re distracted, and yet you’ve got a mountain of work staring you in the face, a clock ticking … Continue reading → The post Afternoon slumps your new best friend? How to stay […]
  • Need help choosing the perfect Secret Santa gift?
    Christmas can be a really fun time of year, but we all know the dread of trying to find a Secret Santa present for that person in the office who you don’t really know. Or even if they’re your bestie … Continue reading → The post Need help choosing the perfect Secret Santa gift? appeared […]
  • Everything you need to know about sick pay
    No matter what stage you’re at in your career, it’s essential you’re aware of your rights to sick pay. Our research revealed that the average employee (66.4%) only takes between one to two sick days a year, but do you … Continue reading → The post Everything you need to know about sick pay appeared […]
  • How to spot a job scam and job search safely
    We’ll start with the honest truth: it’s foolish for people to assume that they’ll never fall victim to a job scam because they’re so confident navigating our online world. No matter how savvy you are with the internet, social media … Continue reading → The post How to spot a job scam and job search […]
  • How to look for a job and optimise your search
    So, how on earth do you look for a job? Well there’s honestly no strict method in going about your hunt, but there are plenty of ways to look for a new job and you can use as many as … Continue reading → The post How to look for a job and optimise your […]
  • EDDIE THE EAGLE – TAKING FLIGHT!
    When I saw Eddie The Eagle at the National Achievers Congress, his story was so inspiring, of how he travelled and ate out of bins to fulfil his British ski jumping dreams at the Calgary Winter Olympics and became a global icon with a movie made about how he did it. It was all down […]
  • BLACK FRIDAY DEALS FOR WRITERS!
    Well I am amazingly happy to announce that I have just started my first online clothing range for writers on Amazon.com – yes, under the brand name of Quirky Books – first two T Shirts went live in the early hours of this morning and are at a bargain price especially for the Black Friday […]
  • How To Improve Your Writing Video 6 of 6!
    How to improve your writing, video 6 of 6. This is the last video in this mini training series on How To Improve Your Writing. In case you missed any of these videos, below is the entire playlist. The videos are short and sweet and should help to improve your writing. Don’t forget to subscribe, […]
  • 6 Year Blogging Anniversary With Quirky Books – What’s In Store Next?
    Today I am celebrating my 6 years blogging anniversary on my other blog – Quirky Books . If you have never visited it before – please check it out!! Quirky Books is where my writing and blogging journey began and I originally set it up to help me practice my craft of writing, find my writer’s […]
  • What are the best paid IT jobs?
    It’s another good year to be an IT professional. Latest findings show that 41% of companies plan to increase the number of IT jobs. But which roles in the sector are the most sought-after and lucrative? There’s a shortage of people with in-demand skills – particularly in the areas of mobile, cloud, infrastructure and cyber […]
  • Top planning jobs
    Benjamin Franklin is reported as saying that by failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. Having a plan in order to achieve success is something that more and more organisations are spending time and resources on, but there are already some jobs that are all about planning. Here, we profile some of those roles […]
  • Graduate jobs post-Brexit
    The dust may have settled on the Brexit result, but as Theresa May – and the rest of the world – ponder what a post-Brexit future will look like, we consider the prospects for graduates. The UK is going through a time of uncertainty. Whatever happens over the next few months and years, one thing’s […]
  • Dressing for success at an interview
    Preparing for a job interview is pressured enough, but on top of ensuring you know what’s going on in the industry and are well prepared for any tricky questions, you’ve got to look the part, too. And the rise of more casual workplaces is making this even more problematic. To wear a suit, or not […]
  • The frontiers of engineering jobs
    Engineers are behind the design, build and use of just about everything that makes 21st-century life what it is. And it’s cutting edge engineering that continues to turn science fiction into science fact. So, what’s the next big thing in engineering and what are the challenges that engineering may have to tackle in the future? […]
  • New Research: What Top Performers Have in Common
    It’s no secret top performers contribute a disproportionate amount of output in our organisations. Rather than seeing an even distribution of performance throughout the workforce, one study found that 10% of productivity comes from the top 1% of employees and … The post New Research: What Top Performers Have in Common appeared first on Indeed […]
  • Where Do International Job Seekers Look for Work?
    Each year millions of people cross borders in search of new opportunities — and in today’s hyperconnected world it’s never been easier for job seekers to research the possibilities available to them elsewhere. With a few taps of a finger … The post Where Do International Job Seekers Look for Work? appeared first on Indeed […]
  • Search the World’s Largest Database of Salary Data with Indeed Salaries
    Indeed now has a tool allowing employers and job seekers to compare over 200 million salaries. Indeed Salaries gives unprecedented insight into salary data from Indeed’s global database. With over 300 million salary data points and growing, Indeed has the … The post Search the World’s Largest Database of Salary Data with Indeed Salaries appeared […]
  • 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 […]
  • The Gradlife – Working your way into work experience
    Our graduate blogger, Lydia, talks about how she found great work experience placements - and gives her top tips on how to find one that works for you. The post The Gradlife – Working your way into work experience appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • The top companies hiring in December 2016
    If you’re ready to give yourself an early Christmas present, here are five of the companies you could be working for in December. The post The top companies hiring in December 2016 appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Eight terrible reasons for leaving a job
    So you’ve fallen out of love with your job. To help you figure out whether leaving your current position is really the answer, here are eight terrible reasons for leaving a job (and our advice on what you should do instead): The post Eight terrible reasons for leaving a job appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Does your CV pass the seven second test?
    Studies show that recruiters spend somewhere between five and seven seconds on average looking at a CV. Time to find out if yours would pass the test... The post Does your CV pass the seven second test? appeared first on reed.co.uk.
  • Should I use a template to write my CV?
    Considering using a template to write your CV? Here are some template pros and cons - and what you need to know to get started. The post Should I use a template to write my CV? appeared first on reed.co.uk.

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