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5 reasons to get a job in London

5 reasons to get a job in London

London has always been a big attraction for people looking for employment, or seeking an opportunity to take their career to the next level - hardly surprising, given the number of global companies and brands in this eclectic city.

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What to do after a redundancy

What to do after a redundancy

Being made redundant from the workforce can be a huge blow, especially if you were happy in your old job, but it can also be viewed as a turning point or a stimulus to relaunch or change career direction. When people stay in the same job for too long, there’s a tendency for them to become too comfortable and unambitious.

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5 reasons why to find a job in Liverpool

5 reasons why to find a job in Liverpool

Without doubt, Liverpool is one of the UK’s most vibrant cities. A close-knit community filled with characters, passion and warmth, it should come as no surprise it has become one of the UK’s most popular places to work and live.

Here are five reasons why you should consider the move, and find yourself a job in Liverpool:

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Looking for a Marketing job?

Looking for a Marketing job?

Right now, marketing is one of the career niches most in demand by young jobseekers, especially digital marketing. In one survey, marketing manager topped the list of the best jobs for 2018.

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Best paid Engineering jobs in the UK

Best paid Engineering jobs in the UK

With an average salary of £40,000, engineering jobs in the UK are some of the most well paid in any niches. It’s a diverse job sector spanning a huge range of job descriptions and disciplines, covering everything from designing cities, to streamlining manufacturing processes and creating new technologies.

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Should schools be teaching coding languages rather than foreign ones?

Should schools be teaching coding languages rather than foreign ones?

There’s a real skills gap in the IT jobs market, especially when it comes to coding in languages such as PHP, Java, JavaScript, .NET, C++ and SQL. And it’s not just IT jobs in London and other IT hubs in the UK, there has been huge growth in coding jobs throughout the world. Which might be why a survey found that six out of ten parents wanted their child to learn a computer language instead of French.

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Christmas comes early for warehouse operatives

Christmas comes early for warehouse operatives

The period leading up to Christmas is traditionally one of the best times to find warehouse work as retailers, both online and off, seek to address increasing demand for the holiday season. This year that’s truer than ever. As more sales are made with online retailers than in previous years, many are upsizing their warehouse operations and recruiting for warehouse operatives at every level.

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How to get a job you're not qualified for

How to get a job you're not qualified for

They say it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. But is that enough to get a job you’re not qualified for? If you have lofty or even delusional, unrealistic career ambitions this year, how you can you get there? In the enthusiasm-overloaded early days of 2017, your dream job can now become reality. Here’s how.

1. What you know

Traditionally, your technical abilities and knowledge for your desired career were the most important. We have spent our whole lives chasing education and experience, but is that all there is to it?

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Top 10 Seasonal Jobs

Top 10 Seasonal Jobs

Christmas is fast approaching, and for job seekers that means a wealth of seasonal job opportunities. Here are our top 10 roles and job sectors that are going to be looking for jobs this Christmas.

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Getting started in PPC

Getting started in PPC

So you want to be an Pay Per Click whiz? What does it take? What does it even mean? If you don’t know about Pay Per Click or paid search, you’re possibly one of those people who ignores the ads in search results. But paid search advertising is a £5 billion business, so what skills do you need to succeed in it?

PPC might be considered to be ‘technical marketing’. As such, it requires mix of the creative, the analytical and the methodical. Let’s take a closer look at some of these aspects of the job, and what it takes to be good at PPC.

The Creative Skills

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