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Rise of the Machines: Why you might lose your job to a Robot!

It may sound like something straight out of a sci-fi film – talk of robots rising up to overthrow their human masters, but it seems that you might lose your job to a robot. Sources say that as many as ten million British jobs could be lost to computers and robots over the next 20 years – with those earning less ... Read More »

Recruitment rates are slowing down: What does it mean for you?

  A survey released today (7  November), has revealed that permanent job hirings by UK firms using recruitment companies has slowed to the lowest rate of growth in nearly a year, while the growth in starting salaries has also slowed. Although it is still rising, the growth in both permanent and temporary hiring dropped to its slowest pace at any ... Read More »

Remember, remember the Fifth of November: A brief history

  We’re all familiar with the song, remember, remember the fifth of November, but these days Guy Fawkes or Bonfire Night is associated with firework displays, baked potatoes, sausages, soup and a bonfire – complete with an effigy of Guy Fawkes on top – what’s the history behind the celebrations that will happen across the UK tonight (5th November)? Over ... Read More »

Social Media – Get safe

Social networking Social networking has become an integral part of life for many; it’s a great way of staying in touch with friends wherever they are, of sharing good news and also of creating a profile the future employers might want to look at to find out all about you. Social networking, whilst important is online and in order to ... Read More »

The British are predisposed to being miserable

It seems that being miserable is part of the make-up of British people, according to some new research from Warwick University. You may think it is the grey weather, the fact you want more money, or politics that is making you feel less than happy right now, but could it actually be a case of genetics? The study found that ... Read More »

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