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career advice
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17
Jan

Should you be content with complacency?

Dr Amy Armstrong, Faculty and Lead Researcher, Ashridge Executive Education Contentment in your job sounds like a nice thing to have, right? However, in the new world of work, as a team leader or team member, you cannot afford to be satisfied with complacency. At Ashridge, we lifted the lid on team engagement in what...
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15
Jan

Why an IT career is perfect for women

By Stephanie Rowe The tech sector is certainly majority-male. According to The Guardian, just 27 per cent of employees in the UK digital industry are women. And the imbalance starts young, with only 16 per cent of computer science students being female. Though it is unclear why young women shun tech careers, it may be...
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11
Jan

Career resolutions for the New Year

It’s that time of year again! Christmas is here and New Year is around the corner, bringing with it new opportunities both personally and professionally. What better way to start the New Year than to set some career resolutions? My advice is not to wait until January 1st to bring building new habits into existence...
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10
Jan

Recommended Read: How to get what you want in 7 weeks | Julie Provino

As New Year hits, so do our new year’s resolutions – surveys show each year we’re determined to get new jobs, make new friends, earn more money and start new hobbies. But what if this January we actually have the tools to make our resolutions stick? How to Get What You Want in 7 Weeks...
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10
Jan

How to raise your profile, manage your reputation and get noticed in 2019

It isn’t what you know, or just who you know, it’s also who knows you!’ Simply put, the better your network is, the better the opportunities available to you. The world continues to change at pace and relationships today span the globe. We are no longer restricted to the people we physically meet every day....
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08
Jan

Not going to uni? How to fast track from the classroom to the corporate world | Geri Ivanova

Despite gaining places at all of her university choices, Geri Ivanova knew a further three years of study was not for her. As an ambitious student Geri was keen to enter the world of work immediately but was unsure of the best route to take. After attending an open day at Quest Professional – a...
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08
Jan

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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CV Writing
28
Dec

CV tips to help you stand out from the crowd in 2019

Along with learning a language, running your first marathon or becoming a vegan, finding a new job might make it onto your list of new year’s resolutions for 2019. And whilst you may not get past January on a vegan diet, here Maggie Old, Head of HR for staffing firm Kelly, gives you a steer...
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