4 Signs That It’s Time to Change Jobs

When should you look for a new role? If you want to grow your career, you need to switch jobs. This doesn’t have to happen externally; you can switch jobs inside a company many times, growing along the way. But if you stay in one position too long, you might become stagnant, lose the ability

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Seasonal jobs are impacting the UK job market

CV-Library the UK’s leading independent job board and newly crowned recruitment website of the decade, today released its initial seasonal data and, as expected, job postings are down at -18.2% year-on-year. However, these figures are hugely impacted by the sectors most affected by the second lockdown. The number of jobs available in Retail and Purchasing fell by -59.5%, Leisure and

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Five key tips for graduates starting their careers amid COVID-19

Everyone has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in one way or another. But for students and those graduating amid the crisis, it’s understandable that they think the outlook feels particularly bleak. According to a survey of more than 2,500 university students and over 100 graduates by the careers site Milkround and Dig-In, three quarters

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Are you underemployed? Why your next job is so important

Everyone is familiar with the tale of the bartender with an English degree or the barista with a Business degree. Often, jobs like those are simply considered slight detours, or even a right of passage, for recent graduates. But research suggests that underemployment is much more than just a bump in the road—it can lead

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Want a New Job in 2020?

Celebrate the New Year by landing yourself a new job in 2020 with these top tips Whether your desire to find a new job stems from dissatisfaction with your salary, a difficult manager, or a company whose culture doesn’t align with what you’re looking for, you should know that the job market is still active

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5 Clever Ways to Prepare for a Job Interview

There is nothing worse than a bad job interview. Trapped in a room, your entire career hopes pinned on the one person you are trying to sell all of your godly virtues to, an awkward social exchange or outfit faux pas is all it takes to send a perfectly good interview in to a downwards

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8 Ways to stay motivated during your job search

We all know that searching for a job can take a while. There’s the laborious task of putting your CV together, the repetitive scrolling through job roles, researching companies, brushing up on interview techniques – a lot goes into getting yourself a new job and sometimes it can be hard to stay motivated. We’re used

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