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5 Ways to make your CV stand out

5 Ways to make your CV stand out Getting a job these days isn’t always easy – in fact it isn’t ever easy! When jobs get advertised, employers and recruiters alike generally get inundated with CVs and applications so it stands to reason then that if you are to give yourself the best opportunity of […]

Top Tips for Seeking a Job Abroad

With the jobs market the way it is currently, many people are finding that they are left with no alternative than to cast their net a little further when job-seeking and perhaps consider a move abroad in order to find work. It is not however a decision to take lightly since it would have an […]

Which Kind of Law is For Me?

Which Kind of Law is For Me? A Law Student’s Guide  If you are currently pursuing your LL.M. in tax with a focus in tax law or have already graduated from one of the other LL.M. programs offered today, then you may be feeling ready to put your newfound and hard won knowledge to good […]

HotSeats launches – new UK job site for the digital, creative & marketing industries

If you’re looking for a job, it pretty much goes without saying that you’ll be using a job site. However with so many job sites out there, it’s more important than ever to choose the right one for you. Some job sites cover jobs in every market sector and in all locations whilst others are […]

Basic tips on Dressing for Interviews

If you’ve been invited for interview, chances are you will spend quite a bit of time on the preparation – from researching the company, to rehearsing the answers you will give to the most typical interview questions. Whilst these are of course vitally important, there is another area that you should not forget about – […]

5 Ways to Improve your Employability

With more and more people applying for every job that gets advertised, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your CV and application stands out. After all, you want an employer to be in no doubt that you are a candidate worth shortlisting, interviewing and hopefully employing. So how can you convince them? Well […]

Back to School for Business Administration

Back to School for Business Administration In today’s job market, it can be difficult to find a good career that is rewarding and makes a decent salary. If you are struggling in your current job, considering a career in upper-level executive administration may be perfect for you. Working as an executive administrator can provide you […]

LinkedIn Skill Endorsements – Popularity contest or useful tool?

Before we get down to the nitty-gritty of LinkedIn endorsements, for those of you who aren’t 100% familiar, LinkedIn is a social network for professionals which allows you to connect with people who have similar professional interests to yourself. Think of it as a kind of Facebook for your career. By making connections (rather than […]

How to become a Personal Trainer

How to become a Personal Trainer If you have a passion for personal health, sport and have always loved keeping kit, then a role as a Personal Trainer may seem like a dream come true – after all you’d be working in an environment that encompasses all of the above. However be prepared that this […]

How to become a police officer

How to become a police officer Following in the footsteps of the last two weeks where we have examined the steps required to working in two of the public sector’s most important roles, it seemed natural to conclude the trilogy with the final emergency service. The ranks of Bobbies whose job it is to protect and […]

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