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How to Get the Job You Want: Vaulting the HR Barrier

The state of the economy at the moment means that many sectors have more candidates than jobs - putting employers in somewhat of a buyer's market. This is great for them, but can feel like a nightmare for you. What we need to do is to redress the balance in your favour. In other words, we need to turn your job search into a seller's market. By this…
Published: 09/02/2016

Why are people leaving London?

Mind the gap. A phrase uttered thousands of times over the underground Tannoys in London every single day. But these words also hold a sweet irony to the fact more and more people are doing exactly that - and I don't mean on train platforms. The gap opening up between London and the rest of the UK has led to an increasing number of people choosing to…
Published: 18/01/2016

Start 2016 the right way

  Well here it is. January. The month that follows December, year on year. The hugely disappointing follow-up to a multi-award winning film. After the Christmas break, which was likely filled with presents and port, heading back to work in January is a daunting thought for all of us. But the night you sang Auld Lang Syne you probably made some 'resolutions'…
Published: 04/01/2016

Christmas paycheck: top tips to make it last

Lying in the gutter, bruised, battered and worn. The unforgiving bitterness of January doesn't relent, as you desperately try to sew-up the wounds. Yet no matter what you do, the scuffs and scrapes remain. In case you haven't already guessed, I'm talking about your credit card. 'Tis the season of the mighty long gap between pay cheques and, coincidently,…
Published: 30/11/2015

Best Cities for Jobs

Before you up sticks to the capital and don your three-piece and brogues, consider this. While London is renowned nationwide (and globally) for providing exciting careers within the design and creative sectors, it might not necessarily be the best city for providing engineering or manufacturing opportunities.  If you work in the Oil & Gas industry…
Published: 20/10/2015

SSI Teesside Plant: What Next for Workers?

After the shock announcement on Monday that the SSI steel plant in Redcar is closing down, leaving 1,700 people without a job, anxious voices from thousands of families are wondering what's next for their future. Some workers will have been at the plant since leaving school, whilst others relied on it as a local saviour of their specialist profession.…
Published: 02/10/2015

Reasons why you haven't heard back from a recruiter

Silence isn't always golden. We all have that friend who replies to your texts rather late, if at all. But a friend forgetting to reply with 'yes, let's get a takeaway' is more forgivable than a recruiter not replying to your job application. So, in an age where communication is a cinch,  why are candidates pumping hours into perfecting an application…
Published: 29/09/2015

Students: How to Find Part-Time Work

As a student, having money is probably high priority on your long list of concerns during your time at university (behind studying, exams and deadlines of course). After all, money is a necessity if you're to make your time there enjoyable rather than endurable. If you want the social life of a rockstar, which most students do, having a steady income…
Published: 08/09/2015

How People Find a Job

Pursuing your next career venture can provoke conflicting emotions: apprehension, excitement, trumspringa ... but at least there's no doubt over how you're going to find your next role. Well, there wasn't, but the deluge of job boards, agencies and InMail means you're now leading the job hunt with all the tact of an inexperienced sherpa.   We…
Published: 01/09/2015

Standing vs. Sitting: Which is Better?

There are now countless studies on how sitting for such long periods is slowly 'killing you' and how we should all treat it as a serious health threat. Yet people who are standing up everyday are left with aches in their muscles, pains in their joints and spinal problems. So either sitting OR standing for long periods is not ideal, but with few careers…
Published: 18/08/2015

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