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Blackberry Set to Make Job Cuts?

Research in Motion (RIM), the company responsible for the Blackberry brand, has announced they have made financial losses which could lead to job cuts. Competition from other Smartphone brands like the Apple iPhone has led to the company struggling financially and their popularity is dwindling….

More Women Needed in Business

A recent report and research by the BBC indicates that there is still a growing demand for women in high profile jobs in the UK. Research carried out by the BBC news show found that – of the UK’s 100 largest listed companies – only…

Industry Spotlight: Working in Advertising

Advertising can be a rewarding industry to work in although it is fiercely competitive. So just how do you make your application and your CV stand out?

Rebecca Weaving is an Account Director at M&C Saatchi and has worked on a variety of advertising campaigns, including the Olympics 2012. She shares her career tips with Jobulo.

Apprenticeship Schemes of No Benefit?

Some MPs have questioned the benefit of apprenticeships across the UK, a report on the BBC website reveals. According to the Committee of Public Accounts recent apprenticeships are of ‘no real benefit’. More than 450,000 apprenticeships were created in the UK last year however the…

Vauxhall Creates UK Jobs

160,000 Vauxhall Astra cars are expected to be built during the next few years which will add thousands of jobs to the UK economy. Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port Plan will see jobs added to the supply chain sector and a further 700 jobs created. The plant…

UK Unemployment Figures Fall

The Office for National Statistics has revealed that unemployment in the UK has fallen by 45,000. The figures show a drop in unemployment between January and March and is now at 2.63 million. The number of people claiming jobseekers allowance also dropped to 1.59 million.