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7 Aug 2013 09:30 • Judith Edwards
Threesixty Design, is a small, yet highly creative, specialist studio working with a wide range of clients, some with high visibility products and profiles. Having worked for Threesixty on a freelance basis, Davina Stean, whose son Jack is now 20 months old, has joined the studio on a permanent, three-day-a-week basis.
7 Aug 2013 09:30 • Judith Edwards
A third of UK employers have said they spend less than one minute reviewing a CV while just over one in ten admitted to 30 seconds or less. Around 25% of employers said they had detected a lie on a CV in the past 12 months. An increasing number of employers use electronic devices to screen and rank CVs and so the importance of keywords from a job advert relating to a candidate's experience cannot be overestimated.
19 Mar 2013 09:30
AN uplift in demand for high-end engineering and technical services has resulted in many new opportunities for locally-based roles in engineering, design and project management support.
27 Jul 2012 09:30
EMPLOYER expectations, exam grade inflation and the rising cost of university fees appear to be encouraging more graduates to exaggerate their academic achievements.
16 May 2012 09:30
The days and hours leading up to an interview can be a very stressful time.
17 Apr 2012 09:30
WITH the new financial year upon us, millions have received new tax codes. This is the second of a two-part guide from www.lovemoney.com to help check that you are on the correct code and that you aren't paying too much - or too little...
4 Apr 2012 09:25
WITH a new financial year just around the corner, millions are receiving new tax codes. This is the first of a two-part guide from www.lovemoney.com ensuring that you are on the correct code and that you aren't paying too much - or too little...
14 Feb 2012 09:30 • Judith Edwards
Millions of people registered with job agencies and online job boards are filled with CVs yet employers say they cannot find the right people. There is a mismatch here but what can be done about it? Dean Weller, 'the careers guy' does not profess to have all the answers, but his two-part video advice series goes a long way to closing the gap - starting with the job seeker
11 Jan 2012 09:30 • Judith Edwards
This year we are going to have the opportunity to share the experiences of some incredible athletes. These dedicated and focused individuals share a common attribute - the pursuit of a single goal.
13 Sep 2011 09:30
Candidate experience is certainly a subject that has filled many blogs and discussion groups over the last couple of years, with the immediacy and transparency of social media giving more jobseekers an outlet through which to voice their frustrations.
17 May 2011 09:30
13 Dec 2010 09:30
Many readers have asked how to go about looking for a career coach. With so many career coaches on the market, it can be hard to know where to begin, but with some key questions and initial research on your part, you'll find someone who can offer you just what you're looking for.
28 Oct 2010 09:30
If you ask a careers advisor, recruitment consultant or employer whether to include an interests section on your CV you will get differing responses. The easy answer is to assume it’s up to you whether to include it - take it or leave it. Some will find it useful; some won’t.
18 Jun 2010 14:29 • Judith Edwards
Your CV is the first thing employers see, and silly slip-ups can deny you a shot at the job you deserve.
9 Jun 2010 17:23 • Judith Edwards
With the university year coming to an end many graduates are struggling to find suitable employment, is an MBA degree the golden ticket to a great job and a high salary?
1 Jun 2010 14:17 • Judith Edwards
The school of thought is that the gap between the needs of businesses and the standard of young candidates is growing so a college has turned to the USA to bring their brand of training to help improve the resilience and well-being of teenagers.
29 Apr 2010 13:59
Is working on celebrity chef programmes all it's cracked up to be? Researcher Jake Smith says it is, but you've got to be prepared to muck-in
29 Apr 2010 13:56 • Judith Edwards
When times are tough the first things to go are the luxuries and extras, but going back to basics can be an opportunity to rediscover priorities
14 Apr 2010 14:19
There is a new drive to encourage learning languages, but how useful are they in the work environment and can they help you to get a job?