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October 3, 2018
all-superheroines featured
03
Oct

Eight forgotten women in history who broke the barriers of STEM

Women have had a long and illustrious history in science, technology, engineering and mathematical fields. From the invention of Kevlar to the blueprint for the inaugural computer programme, female pioneers have been behind some of the greatest STEM discoveries. Currys PC World and Microsoft Surface‘s campaign looks at eight superheroines who fought for their work,...
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How to get a good work life balance (F)
03
Oct

How to get a good work life balance

As the nation’s workers are spending more time than ever before in the office, it’s not surprising that our research found that nearly two thirds (60.9 per cent) of UK employees admit to feeling stressed and overworked. And, it’s no wonder then that further data published by CV-Library earlier this year found that eight per...
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Simone Clark featured
03
Oct

Inspirational Woman: Simone Clark | Senior Vice President of Global Supply, Iglu

For fifteen years Simone has remained an integral member of Iglu’s management team; from Marketing Manager to Managing Director she has lent her skills to several areas of the business. Simone’s extensive knowledge and first-hand experience of the cruise industry now places her at the forefront of Iglu’s international relations as Senior Vice President of...
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woman going through a career change featured
03
Oct

Making the jump – don’t let age stop you changing your career

By Maeve McLoughlin, Development Assistant Producer, Stellify Media I wasn’t one of these people who had planned out a career map and followed it. If anything, I had wandered from job to job, opportunity to opportunity. Always landing on my feet, but never really hitting the heights of success, or incurring any financial security. My...
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