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Find tips and advice to aid you in your jobs search and to further your career. was founded in April 2008 and launched in September 2008, with the aim of providing information to women who wish to progress in their careers via networking and events.  The concept of the website is to provide services that not only help women develop themselves both personally and professionally, but also contributes to a wider strategy of supporting working women in the UK more broadly by bringing together the charity sector and potential entrepreneurs on to one common platform.

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Don’t get downtrodden during the job hunt with these motivators

For most of us, looking for a job can be a stressful. It might be that you’ve been made redundant, you’re not happy in your current workplace or that you’ve had a change in circumstances. Whatever your situation, it’s important to stay positive and remember that your situation is only temporary. For those of you...
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New year, new start | How to get a head start on the job market in 2019

By Polina Montano, Co-Founder of JOB TODAY With the new year coming up, lots of us will be looking for a fresh start and for many, that means a new job. Casual jobs are becoming more and more popular with our latest research showing 25 per cent of women in UK are working in retail...
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A guide to: job hunting at Christmas

It’s finally December and Christmas is coming! For many of us, Christmas is a time to take a well-earned break from the stresses of work and spend some quality time with our families. While taking a break is important, if you are looking for a new job then there is no reason why you should...
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Opening the transfer window…

If you’re like me, you’ve always had a sense that some professionals can move around the pitch more readily than others. They seem to shift between sectors without a backwards glance, effortlessly changing position. Then there are the rest of us, those with vocational and/or specific qualifications who have to push hard to move about...
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Want to get your foot in the door? Volunteer as an intern

If you’re going to school for a four-year degree in public administration, securing an internship is a great way to get your foot in the door for a future career. Internships teach you real-world skills that you will never learn in school. Having an internship or two on your resume will look incredibly attractive when...
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Five steps to securing your first graduate job

I can remember the exact moment that final year fear set in. It was the first lecture of the new academic year and before I’d even managed to locate a biro, the lecturer dropped the bombshell: “You only have 235 days of university left.” A collective gulp went around the room as everyone realised that...
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Unique career perks to look for in 2018

As the economy begins to heat up, employers are becoming more creative in the ways they attract top talent. Although job seekers still rank company culture and senior leadership as their top considerations in choosing a job, employers are stacking the deck with unique benefits and perks to try to close the deal. According to...
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Top tips to avoid risky recruitment errors

Recruiting new staff can be a headache for any business; finding the perfect candidate based on attributes on paper and potentially nervous interviews is a challenge. For SMEs in particular, the recruitment period is a risky time. Whilst the business may no longer be micro-sized, it still relies on a valuable workforce, and with a...
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