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Fraud, Charity and the Status of Professionals

Our project covers a wide variety of occupations, one of the key questions is how newer, potentially professional, occupations compared to the older ‘traditional’ professions of the law, church and medicine. 993 more words

New Professionals

Gerard Lee Bevan: fraud, fist fights and rum.

In further investigating the history of the Bevan family, I have come across the case of Gerard Lee Bevan (1870-1936). He was the grandson of one of the professionals in our sample: Robert Cooper Lee Bevan. 1,061 more words

New Professionals

Top tips: Applying for a job - From searching to settling in

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Starting your job search:

  • Consider what you want: Is there a specific sector you want to work in? Are you able to work part-time or cover maternity leave?
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#MusicTherapyBlogger Challenge: Get Some Junk in Your Trunk!

This post is part of a 5 week #MusicTherapyBlogger challenge. Learn more and join the movement by visiting Serenade Designs!

Challenge #1: Think and write about a question you hear a lot in your work. 482 more words

Music Therapy

Interview: Ned Potter - Academic Liaison Librarian at The University of York

Ned Potter is an information professional and trainer working in Higher Education as an Academic Liaison Librarian at The University of York. As some of you may know, Ned was the reason we started our network as we were inspired by the talk he gave at CILIP’s New Professionals day in 2012.  1,592 more words

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Karma, Castles and Condoms: My Career in Conservation

“So, what do you do?” This is the question that I always dread at parties. The blank look, the polite nod, the death of the conversation….. 1,372 more words

Conservation

How I Started - Emily Hick - Conservator, Lothian Health Services Archive

In this post Emily Hick, Conservator at Lothian Health Services Archvie talks about what led her down the path to a career in conservation.

“So, what do you do?” This is the question that I always dread at parties. 1,432 more words

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