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Exam Stress – Find Out How To Cope With The Anxiety Caused By Revision

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Is exam stress freaking you out? Stop worrying and take some advice from someone who’s been through it – this is how Alice coped with her own exam stress. All too soon after the New Year celebrations I found myself facing mock exam  after mock exam. And soon after that, it was real exam after real exam.  The complete silence ... Read More »

Work As A Claridges Chef – Life In The Kitchen Of A Top London Hotel

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Life is sweet for young Claridges chef, Jacob Slaughter. Find out how his passion for food and cooking led him into a tasty career in top hotel catering. Moving On magazine first met Jacob Slaughter back in 2013 when he studying catering at FE college. As a student reporter for Moving On, he interviewed TV chef Michel Roux Jr and now ... Read More »

QA Apprenticeships – Be part of the future

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Technology drives our lives It’s in your smartphone. It’s on the bus with you. It’s what makes vlogging possible. It’s helping us explore the universe, and understand our bodies. Whether you’re ordering clothes online, or Facetiming your friends, you’re surrounded by technology – and if that excites you, then keep reading. Be part of the future There’s a world of ... Read More »

Career advice from Theo Paphitis – Importance of Employability Skills.

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Get some career advice from Theo Paphitis who talks about the importance of employability skills. When should young people start learning about work and employability skills? As young as possible!  At school is a great place to start discussing the workplace and the types of jobs young people might like to do and the employability skills they’ll need to do ... Read More »

Architecture degree? Get advice from a real life architecture student

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Want to be an architect? Lots of people say they do, so here’s some useful advice from a fourth year architecture degree student at the University of Bath. Ask most architecture students why they chose to study for an architecture degree and you’re likely to hear this, “Doing an architecture degree offered the best balance between my interest in science ... Read More »

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