Fantastic jobs for full-time foodies!

If you are looking for an industry that will always be in demand, look no further than the food industry! YourFoodJob.com is an industry specific job board and the UK’s fastest growing portal to top food & drink talent. “We work with over 60 food companies and recruiters at any one time and advertise hundreds of …

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How to ace a Skype interview!

Travelling globally for work  is commonplace today and has led to big changes to the employment process – particularly the dreaded interview! Skype interviews have become a standard for HR departments even though the conventions might seem alien to first-time students or young professionals. Viking employs over 1,300 people and operates in over 11 countries worldwide …

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“It started with stacking shelves, not a Masters degree for the sake of taking one”: Adam’s Answer.

Adam Tosek, Local Editor (Partnership Services Chronicle), John Lewis Partnership “Leaving University is a daunting prospect. Let me say that again in case you think it’s just you thinking that, or if you think I’m paying lip service to the idea of this blog. Leaving University IS a daunting prospect. Whether you like it or not, …

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Master numerical reasoning tests with Assessment Centre HQ

If your application requires you to take a numerical reasoning test,  https://www.assessmentcentrehq.com/ have the perfect resource to help you. Numerical reasoning tests are an increasingly common way for employers to check candidates general numerical aptitude and reasoning, and can prove tricky to those who have not practised their mathematics for a long time! This free …

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“There was some method to the career madness”: Matt’s Answer

Matt Arnerich, Content Writer for Inspiring Interns. “Having graduated from University in 2014, I left with a good degree, and absolutely no idea what I wanted to do. I had an interest in using my writing skills in my career, but with no idea about how I could make them applicable. So I took the …

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