Monthly Archives: August 2013

My Job: film maker/ photographer

What type of job is it and what does the work involve? It’s a very varied job, I do all sorts. One day I could be a photographer on a product shoot, the next day filming a promo film for … Continue reading

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Five of the best jobs in the world

Island caretakerFor six months you could earn £70,000 living on a paradise island in a three bedroom villa with its own swimming pool. So what does it take to be an island caretaker? You need a passion for adventure and … Continue reading

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The jobs24 website has been given a facelift!

Jobseekers are now finding it even easier to find their next local job thanks to a range of improvements to jobs24.co.uk  Users of our new site benefit from significant improvements to the layout, search functions and features of the website, … Continue reading

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Top tips for telephone interviews

Avoid background noise – stay away from crowded or noisy environments when conducting a telephone interview. You may like the idea of nestling up in your favourite coffee house to settle your nerves, but your interviewer won’t appreciate having to … Continue reading

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My Job: Corporate and events manager

Laura Downes is the Corporate and Events manager for Tag Leisure, which owns Tau Club and Lounge. Fiona Muller asked her about the glamorous world that she works in. Why is it a good profession to get into? This is … Continue reading

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My Job: Radio Presenter

Clare Burgess talks to Geoff Hillyer, drivetime DJ at Norwich 99.9 about what it is like to be a radio presenter. Why is it a good profession to get into? Being a radio presenter is very different to your average … Continue reading

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Top five wardrobe dos and don’ts of job interviews

Planning your interview outfit can be a costly and stressful experience, but you don’t need to break the bank to impress your potential employer. We’ve come up with five essential interview dos and don’ts to help you prepare. 1.  Don’t … Continue reading

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My job: Aircraft mechanic

Matt Finnie proudly wears the coveted blue overalls which mark him out as a qualified aircraft mechanic, having graduated from the four-year KLM UK Engineering apprentice scheme in August 2012. Newsmakers PR director Amanda Sandland-Taylor has been finding out how … Continue reading

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Zero hour contracts; know your rights

Planning your finances around your monthly pay can be tenuous at the best of times, so imagine not knowing when or where your next cheque will come from. Those workers on a zero-hour contract have to contend daily with this … Continue reading

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Make sure the new job suits YOU

When you are out of work, and you suddenly get the offer of something, the temptation to jump straight in is very strong. And let’s face it, it could be argued that any job is better than no job at … Continue reading

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