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A Little Light Humour to Start the Day……………………….

Sadly for many graduates today this is a little too near the truth. In the UK very few (about 7%) of psychology graduates become professional psychologists, a fact which often comes as a shock to undergraduates. In the past few … Continue reading

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University entry levels reach 49%

A record high level of 49% of young people in England are likely to enter higher education, according to the latest official estimates. These figures for 2011-12, before the tuition fee increase, show an increase of more than three percentage … Continue reading

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Graduate Recruitment – the Market

If like me, you work with university students the constant question that you are probably  asked and certainly the one that I am asked is  “what are my chances of getting a job when I graduate?” In addition to organisations … Continue reading

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Tips for Students Attending an Assessment Centre…

  In the last few years I have coached numerous students to prepare for the dreaded assessment centre which so many of the larger organisations favour as the method of selection. Many universities do an excellent job in helping students … Continue reading

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Ah, Women…If only they could be more like us men………!

Whilst doing some research recently I came across an interesting article about women and how they fail to compete with men in the career development stakes, I have taken the liberty of quoting part of it below”- Here’s a headline … Continue reading

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