Yes like most careers coaches, at work I am a model of super efficiency but when it comes to my own career planning things move at a slightly slower pace shall we say. 106 more words
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An article by Breda O’Brien in last week’s Irish Times revisited the thorny, and sometimes emotive, issue of unpaid internships. Branding them ‘wrong’, O’Brien went on to say; “what’s shocking is how many of our bright, talented children have come to accept the concept of working for nothing, when they should be mad as hell.” 658 more words
I used to be a careers adviser.
I never wanted to be one. I would have much preferred to play left back for Manchester City or been a Formula 1 driver. 1,026 more words
Revealed. The key to effective recruitment marketing. Get out of your head and into theirs. And tell them a story...
It’s rare when experts agree. That’s the whole point of experts. They’re right (it helps) but they’re right in such a way that demonstrates they’re different from and far more right than other experts. 1,012 more words
“I don’t know why we are here, but I’m pretty sure that it is not in order to enjoy ourselves”.
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Austrian philosopher and the kind of person that you don’t want visiting at Christmas. 504 more words