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Inspirational women in STEM

Inspirational women in STEM

Diversity, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Sciences, Physics, Science, Top Stories, What should I do with my life?, Women October 21, 2012

Despite improving diversity across many sectors, women remain a minority in science-related jobs. Some suggest that this imbalance is due to the long tradition of male dominance in sectors like technology and engineering, and that it will take

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Inspired

Inspired

Diversity, Topics March 7, 2012

My name is Matthew King, 23, and I am currently studying the Legal Practice Course at the University of Hertfordshire Law School, having graduated last year with an Honours Law Degree. In 2004, at

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Be out, Be proud

Be out, Be proud

Diversity, Topics March 6, 2012

THERE’S NOTHING LIKE A BIT OF ECONOMIC TURMOIL TO GET COMPANIES AND ORGANISATIONS THINKING ABOUT WHAT’S REALLY IMPORTANT TO THEM. The last few years have seen a rise in the number of graduates alongside

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International Woman – How to succeed as a woman abroad

International Woman – How to succeed as a woman abroad

Diversity, Topics March 6, 2012

Like making the most of a holiday, working abroad is about expecting things to be different. “I remember after I moved to France being quite frustrated for a while because it seemed as though

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‘Minority groups fare less well in the labour market than white applicants’

‘Minority groups fare less well in the labour market than white applicants’

Diversity, Topics March 6, 2012

Britain can proudly acknowledge itself as a multicultural society but minority groups still fare less well in the labour market than their white counterparts. Previous legislation is partly to blame. As the Equality Act

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NAFISA SHAFIQ – PR INTERN

NAFISA SHAFIQ – PR INTERN

Case study, Diversity, Media & Creative, Women October 17, 2011

My degree covered all the topics across business so I understood accounts, law, organisational structure, etc. But marketing always appealed to me because generally I’m a talker. Its part of my personality and comms

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LAURA WILKINSON – LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

LAURA WILKINSON – LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

Case study, Diversity, Engineering October 17, 2011

Landscape architecture is typically about designing open spaces, and working with other professions (architects, engineers and so on) to create places for people to live, work and play. My team also tends to do

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The Rights of Man

The Rights of Man

Advice, Diversity, General advice October 17, 2011

It would be nice to think your religion shouldn’t matter at work. Unless you’re a committed Buddhist who wants to work in an abattoir or you want to be a Methodist and professional gambler,

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The Prime of Your Life

The Prime of Your Life

Advice, Diversity, General advice, Job hunting October 17, 2011

A family, a few more years on the clock and friends in high places, mature graduates have so much to offer that other graduates don’t. The challenge every graduate faces starting their career straight

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Be Out, Be Proud

Be Out, Be Proud

Advice, Diversity, General advice, Job hunting October 17, 2011

There’s nothing like a bit of economic turmoil to get companies and organisations thinking about what’s really important to them. The last few years have seen a rise in the number of graduates alongside

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