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Employed VS Self-Employed

If you’re not happy with your job, you’re not alone; close to a quarter (24%) of British workers describe themselves as being unhappy in their occupation.

Global Administrator | 30/09/2014 17:03:16

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The Work Life Balance

To celebrate National Work Life Week (22nd – 26th September), we'd like to talk about work/life balance when you're in a vocational career. What's realistic, and how can you achieve it?

Global Administrator | 25/09/2014 11:41:17

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Not Going to Uni?

It’s a question most of us are asked at regular intervals from a very early age, and one to which the answer usually gets less and less ambitious as the years go by - apart from those who do actually do become astronauts. And although money is often a driving factor behind securing a career, job satisfaction and happiness shouldn’t be overlooked. Of course you want to be financially secure, but who wants Monday morning dread to be the norm? So how do you nail down that ideal career?



Global Administrator | 16/09/2014 14:08:27

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Is College Right for You?

Sometimes you may feel like the best path to follow in life is to head to college and study for your A Levels. It seems like a natural progression once you’ve left school with a bunch of hard-earned GCSEs, following the advice of your teachers when choosing which courses to do. But it has to be said that studying for A Levels aren’t for everyone.

Global Administrator | 11/09/2014 16:53:36

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Essential CV Advice

Studying for vocational skills is just the start of your journey along a successful career path and you’ll need guidance every step of the way, not only to ensure you’re aplying for the right jobs. but to make sure your applications are as strong as they possibly can be.

Global Administrator | 09/09/2014 15:16:18

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7 Powerful People Who Didn’t go to University

Not getting the GCSE or A-level grades you were expecting can be soul-destroying, but it really isn’t the end of the world - just ask these seven movers and shakers who never quite made the grade but still managed to hit the heights.



Global Administrator | 02/09/2014 12:15:50

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