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How to Keep Fit at Work

Whether you work a shift pattern and have to avoid a late-night donut or you work in a desk job and keep being offered your colleague’s birthday cake – keeping weight off in an office environment can be tough. A study last year by Wonderful…

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Why You Need a Good Manager

*Opinion Piece Good managers are essential in the workplace. At least I think so. I have worked in a variety of companies with a variety of different managers and have encountered both good managers and absolutely terrible ones. One of my first ever jobs was…

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Jobs for Extroverts

In the workplace generally there are two types of candidate personalities – introverts and extroverts. Introverts usually like working alone in solitary roles and enjoy structure to their working day whilst extroverts are more interested in team work and working in a dynamic, lively environment….

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Industry Spotlight: Signwriter Jobs

If you are a creative individual and love working with words then a career as a Signwriter could be for you. A job as a Signwriter is varied but the main responsibility is to create signage for companies, buildings and vehicles. Other tasks can include preparing…

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GCSE Results: Your Career Options

It’s GCSE results day! And if you are opening your results today, like thousands of other students across the country, you might be feeling a tad nervous either because you’re expecting a particular grade or you’re unsure of your next step! Many students believe that…

Three Things You Should Tell a Recruitment Consultant

If you are currently searching for a job then you may have contacted a recruitment agency to help you find employment. If you have contacted, or you are thinking about contacting, a recruitment agency, then there are a few things you’ll be required to do – including sending in your CV and having a telephone interview with a Recruitment Consultant.

How to Become an Intern

Many industries are competitive and see thousands of candidates applying for every job role that is available. Many employers now only look at CV templates and cover letters that demonstrate relevant work experience and will often dismiss those that don’t show the relevant experience.

Industry Spotlight: Working for the Police

There are a variety of roles available within the police. Many people start out as a Patrol Constable working in their local area and some go on to more specialised roles. From working as a Police Officer to working as a Crime Analyst – there are a number of job opportunities. So what is it like working for the police? And what career progression is available?