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Exploring Image Consulting as a Career

In the exploration of another career path to explore which entails making your own way instead of being in the employ of someone else who has beaten the path for you, we’re looking at image consulting. What is an image consultant and what does it take to make a success out of this often mystified […]

How to Get a Career in Fashion after Education

Are you entertaining the prospect of pursuing a career in fashion once you’ve completed your education? There are a many options available beyond the ones you may expect, such as your usual designers, models, etc. From a possible career in fashion-related finance all the way to discovering a role in something like communications, the opportunities […]

How to Get a Career in Law

A career in the legal field could make for the perfect profession for anyone looking to enjoy an exciting life, but you’ll have to be prepared for the imminent rollercoaster of emotions. Whether you harbour ambitions of being the next Amal Clooney or perhaps Annalise Keating from “How To Get Away With Murder” – there […]

How to plan your career in the investment industry

Britain’s financial services sector employs well over one million people – suggesting that there’s a real appetite for careers in fields such as investment. And with many investment bankers capable of earning a six figure sum each year, it’s no surprise. But what does a career in the investment sector look like – and how […]

A Career in Law

A career in law could be the perfect profession for those eager to have an exciting life, accompanied by a rollercoaster of emotions. Whether you to aim to be the next Amal Clooney or Annalise Keating from TV show, How To Get Away With Murder – you’ll never have a dull moment. And at the […]

Looking Back to the Industrial Revolution for Career Inspiration

If you’re at the stage in your life which has you contemplating a career to get into or even if you’re thinking of a career change, then it’s perhaps not applicable to ask you if you remember the days when people who had certain crafts were referred to as smiths? You’d have an ironsmith or […]

How to Know It’s Time to Change Careers

There are so many jobs out there that it is impossible to know them all. Finding the right job for you is a feat unto itself, and chances are, you won’t find the right vocation right off the bat. What is important during your quest to find the right job that suits your needs and […]

Workplace productivity: formal vs casual office wear

It’s undeniable that workwear in the office has changed over time. At one time, a nine-to-five job was synonymous with a three-piece suit and briefcase. But, now, many companies are happy to let their employees dress in business casual attire or what they feel comfortable in. Is it affecting productivity, though? A change in direction […]

Should we be teaching finance in primary school?

Kickstart Money is a financial education initiative that has been set up by 20 of the leading saving and investment firms. It aims to test how effective it is to teach primary students about money management. They use expert trainers from the charity MyBnk to deliver three 75 minute workshops in school across the country. […]

Why Should You Provide Quizzes When Teaching Literature?

Quizzes are a learning staple in maths and the sciences, and you might have provided a few yourself while covering grammar, but literature, with its open-ended questions and lack of clear, hard facts, isn’t often considered an ideal subject for quizzes. While you’re never going to want to stop setting essays and holding discussions, there […]