Sooo I haven’t posted in a while. I have no real excuse for this.
Recently I had a bloody lovely weekend in Berlin with 8 of the other HR grads. 312 more words
The Chinese government has encouraged self-employment in an attempt to foster new areas of growth to keep people in work.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang admitted that the employment situation is tough in his government work report delivered to the country’s top legislature last week. 192 more words
While the world talks about the resumption of the Cyprus peace talks, which were restarted last week after a two-year pause, it seems that the dire economic situation in the Greek Cypriot-controlled south have been all but forgotten. 142 more words
Nearly 40 per cent of graduates are looking for work six months after graduation, while a quarter are still unemployed after a year, according to new research. 169 more words
Fast growing East Asian economies have rapidly increased the numbers of students attending university in recent years. Now the pool of unemployed graduates is rising to worrying levels in the region generally – and even in some high-growth economies. 276 more words
As “going green” becomes mainstream, it’s easy to find yourself confused about what this actually means. Many agree that sustainability is important as a lifestyle and a business practice, but what does this look like once you graduate from college? 308 more words