CAREER

Marie Claire: 4 important interview tips you won’t want to forget

When you’ve got a big interview coming up, you’ll naturally want to give it all you’ve got. But the amount of tips out there on how to prepare for your dream job can be overwhelming and only add to your nerves.  

To keep you feeling calm and confident, we’ve spoken to two careers experts to narrow down the most important interview tips to keep in...

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CAREER

Harper's Bazaar: Why do we put an age limit on success?

When will you have ‘made it’? Do you have an age by which you have decided you need to have ticked off your list of achievements?

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CAREER

Yahoo News: What Is An Insecure High-Achiever?

Companies often seek out employees who are enthusiastic and prepared to put in overtime. In some cases, though, firms take advantage of overworked, stressed, and miserable workers, who may underestimate their self-worth and skills. Dubbed “insecure high-achievers,” these employees often fear being “let go” if they don’t push themselves to the...

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TRENDS

Metro: What If The Future Of Work Was No Work At All?

After meeting someone, ‘what do you do?’ is one of the first questions we ask and the government wants to opt out of the EU Working Time Directive, which limits work to 48 hours-a-week. Over a third of people in the UK see their jobs as completely meaningless and companies are looking at ways to automate their workforce in the coming years. Does...

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RECRUITMENT

Financial Times: The City Office Where Bankers Cope With Life After Redundancy

David* worked in investment banking for 33 years and was made redundant three years ago. Banking had defined his sense of self, provided him with friends, disposable income and monopolised his waking hours.

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