Career Success

The Most Difficult Interview Questions… and How to Answer Them!

A few years ago, Google became notorious for putting questions of stonking difficulty to job interviewees. After much criticism, these eye-watering posers were eventually abandoned but for the unfortunate people […]

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How to bust those interview nerves

Do you get butterflies every time you think of your first job interview post-graduation? You’re certainly not alone if so; according to a recent study by Harris Interactive […]

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Distance or Classroom Learning: which is best for you?

We know ourselves better than anyone else knows us, so making the decision to distance learn or classroom learn should be easy. Distance learning is education where the […]

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Why You’re Never too Old to Learn

Bertie Gladwin left school at 14, in the mid-1930s, to work as a grocery delivery boy.  He later became a barrister’s clerk, a WW2 RAF radio officer and […]

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The Benefits of Working Abroad

Although it might seem daunting, working overseas is one of the most effective challenges you can undertake to boost your employability. Whether you work during a gap year, […]

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The Benefits of Online Networking

Online networking is an integral part of today’s job market, with a whopping 89% of job hunters nurturing an online presence of one kind or another, and more […]

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Nepotism

Workplace attitudes vary enormously around the world but few subjects provoke more debate than that of nepotism.   With its roots in Latin (nepos/nephew, grandson), it was originally […]

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English: a global language

It is thought that about a quarter of the world’s population of 7.4 million (March 2016) can communicate – to a great or lesser extent – in English. […]

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What’s the Point of Maths?!

It’s likely that almost every mathematics teacher has, at some point, been asked by a frustrated student, ‘what’s the point in learning maths?’   More than any other, […]

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Gap Years

  Gap years have been popular in Europe for years and are now becoming so in the United States. Originally the privilege of students from well-heeled families, today […]

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