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Increased investment in the European space programme by the British government will bring a much-needed boost to the UK space industry and create jobs in the sector.
Minister of State for Universities and Science David Willetts welcomed the idea o
You see people in your workplace more than anyone else – so office relationships would seem inevitable.
In fact, 54% of people have had at least one office fling according to a new survey.
27% have had more than one and a massive 75% have con
Encouraging workers to take an afternoon nap could dramatically improve economic fortunes, according to leadership and business experts, Professors Nada and Andrew Kakabadse.
Their review collated recent findings on the significant value to employ
Surprisingly, new research has showed that teenagers in the UK don’t see popular celebrities as role models for their career choices. Instead they look to entrepreneurs for inspiration.
The ‘Making Sure Tomorrow Works’ study by City & Gu
The steps to building a career are under more scrutiny than ever before. In a job market saturated with qualified applicants, employers are turning to social media sites to sort the worthy candidates from those who are providing misleading CVs.
There is no doubt that job interviews can be nerve-racking – especially at the moment, when many (maybe even hundreds) of graduates are going for the same jobs.
You obviously want to give yourself the edge over other candidates, and make the
Figures released today show that unemployment amongst women is at its highest level for 25 years – despite the overall number of those out of work decreasing.
The number of women without work rose by 8000 in the three months up to February, and
As the UK unemployment figures continue to rise four years after the onset of the recession it is becoming clear that there are many underlying long term issues driving the rise. A new study by Mckinsey Global Institute has investigated the problem,