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June 4, 2019
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Jun

How can volunteering abroad help your life and career?

Over the past 20 years the number of working women in the UK has risen, while the number of working men has declined. Indeed, according to the centre-right think-tank Policy-Exchange, there will be more women in work than men by 2014. As an increasingly motivated and powerful workforce, women are increasingly seeking out new occupations....
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04
Jun

How British Businesses Can Buck the Tradeswomen Trend

According to recent statistics from the Institute of Engineering and Technology, less than a tenth of the UK’s engineers are women. This is the lowest percentage in the whole of Europe. Of the 100,000 registered Gas Safe engineers in the UK, fewer than 500 are female. Here, David Holmes, founder of UK boiler repair service...
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Jun

Inspirational Woman: Samantha Jameson | Founder, Soapsmith

Samantha Jameson is a serial entrepreneur and founder of the award-winning artisan soap brand Soapsmith. Tell us a bit about yourself, background and your current role I’ve always been cut from entrepreneurial cloth. After graduating with a Business Studies degree from Liverpool John Moores, I knew I wanted to work for myself. At 24, I...
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Jun

The six reasons you are not being promoted (and what to do about it)

You stay late at the office, produce consistent work and consider yourself to be an asset to the team. However, once again a colleague has been promoted over you. Being overlooked for promotion can lead to a knock in confidence, resentment and you disengaging from the workplace entirely. Here, health and wellbeing expert Jordan Carter...
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