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Perfect CV is a myth

Perfect CV is a myth

News October 22, 2012

The Guardian says that graduates obsess about crafting the perfect CV, but there’s no such thing. If yours is clear and concise, stop fiddling. And forget about trying to stand out. If your application

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Get help via your phone with Office Angels

Get help via your phone with Office Angels

News October 22, 2012

Office Angels know that having an iPhone or iPad means you want instant, easy access to just about every area of your life, so they have developed a handy little app to cater for

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TUC stops exploitation of interns

TUC stops exploitation of interns

News October 22, 2012

The TUC and the National Union of Students (NUS) have launched a new campaign calling for the fair treatment of interns. The TUC and NUS are concerned that interns around the UK are being

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More British students head overseas

More British students head overseas

News October 22, 2012

More British students are seeking voluntary working placements abroad, according to the world’s largest volunteering organisation, Projects Abroad. Dr Peter Slowe, erstwhile economic policy advisor to Tony Blair and current Director of Projects Abroad,

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GCSE results day prompt calls for reform

GCSE results day prompt calls for reform

News October 22, 2012

This summer, thousands of young people receiving their GCSE results found themselves with lower grades than expected. In English, the grade boundary between C and D shifted by 10% between candidates who took exams

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The forgotten workforce

The forgotten workforce

News October 22, 2012

Over half the companies in the UK are neglecting the needs of temporary staff within their organisations. Research released by the Adecco Group’s Unlocking Britain’s Potential initiative reveals that 58% of companies don’t integrate

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Traveling around the world with Peace Boat: At an Egyptian Wedding in Luxor

Traveling around the world with Peace Boat: At an Egyptian Wedding in Luxor

News, Students' Voice, Top Stories July 26, 2012

The first week of the 69th Global Voyage for Peace was full of opportunities for participants and staff to get used to life on the ship, meet fellow participants and become part of the

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Interview with Paul Delesalle, Winner of the Entrypark Guerrilla Marketing Challenge Part 1

Interview with Paul Delesalle, Winner of the Entrypark Guerrilla Marketing Challenge Part 1

News, Students' Voice July 26, 2012

Paul Delesalle, 20 years old, is a 3rd year student at IESEG School of Management Lille where he is preparing for a Master in Management. He is also the winner of the Entrypark Guerrilla

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Job hunting via social media

Job hunting via social media

Advice, News, Students' Voice July 25, 2012

Pratyusha Sen is a recent graduate and currently works in Hyderabad, India. In this article she shared with us her intake on the world of opportunities which opens up when using social media for

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Traveling around the world with Peace Boat: The Kick start

Traveling around the world with Peace Boat: The Kick start

News, Students' Voice, Top Stories July 20, 2012

Juan Carlos Uribe studied Sustainability Sciences at the University of Tokyo and during his student years embarked on a life-changing adventure with Peace Boat. Juan eventually transformed this experience into a great career kick

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