Live Q&A: Routes into disease research

The satisfaction making a breakthrough in disease research brings was recently demonstrated in a live Q&A we ran about medical ...
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Ask the experts: Making the most of your diversity in the job market

Ahead of the forthcoming Diversity Career Show – a recruitment fair for minorities organised in partnership with the gay, lesbian and bisexual ...
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Live Q&A: Working as a packaging designer

I’ll admit it isn’t hard to tempt me into a few impulse buys in the supermarket — no matter how ...
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Expert’s view: Moving from the public to private sector

As the scale and focus of the budget cuts starts to become clear, many people will be considering their future ...
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Live Q&A: Working for think tanks

Time working at a thinktank features heavily on the the well-trodden path to Westminster — Patricia Hewitt and David Miliband ...
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Successful grads share their career secrets

October is traditionally the month when organisations begin recruiting for their graduate schemes. We all no doubt remember the report from the ...
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Ask the experts: Live redundancy clinic

If you work for the public sector there is no need to remind you of the headline figures from this ...
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Experts’ view: Rating universities by graduate employment prospects

The Lord Browne review calls for universities to publish details of graduates’ employment prospects, which will allow applicants to compare ...
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Live Q&A: Exploring jobs in finance — with Deloitte

A career in tax involves far more than number crunching, and experts in this area are keen to prove it ...
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Ask the experts: Breaking into music journalism

Journalist and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer once pointed out that music is the hardest thing to write about — get it right, you ...
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