Monthly Archives: December 2016

Are you looking for another job in the New Year? 2017 is the year of new beginnings and what better way to start than by finding a new job in a company that you will actually enjoy. Fortunately enough for you, we’ve collated a list of the top ten companies you should work for in

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Written by Freda Nomo Have you ever seen a job advertised and the salary says competitive? A competitive salary may not seem the most appealing at first, but it’s always worth exploring further. Employers may have a number of reasons as to why they haven’t disclosed the exact salary figure. SEE ALSO: CEO’s Advice For

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Written by Sarah Oladokun LinkedIn is the one of the world’s largest professional networking sites in the 21st century. They have millions of professionals, graduates, employed people, unemployed people and businesses seeking for something and someone.. and that someone can be YOU. So here are a few tips that you may find useful for networking

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  Written by Sarah Oladokun The Christmas holidays are slowly approaching day by day, so what does that mean for students? It’s finally time to close all the books, relax, socialise and sleep the days away. We wish. Although the holidays are here, the workload for many of us doesn’t correlate with all the fun

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The skills gap in the UK is increasing. According to an annual CBI survey, there are an increasing number of UK employers who are worried that they will not be able to recruit enough high-skilled employees. In the modern working environment, as a graduate, post-graduate or general job seeker, skills are just as important as

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For many undergraduates at Uni, the notion of securing a graduate scheme is, by all means, a concept considered ‘easier said than done’. This thought is heavily shaped with top employers facing hundreds of applications per role, whilst having a rigorous recruitment process, designed to identify the cream of the crop. In this respect, the

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