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  • Kurt Geiger’s Store Manager in Canary Wharf began his career in retail straight out of school with a job at Tesco. 14 years of varied retail management roles later he still loves his job.
  • Even if you don’t get the A-level results you’d hoped for , there are still a number of options available to you – so don’t fret. The following are our top tips on where you can go from here.
  • These days, your application doesn’t stop with your CV and cover letter. Thanks to sites like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, employers have a wealth of information about potential candidates at their fingertips.
  • An internship can be hugely helpful when it comes to growing your skill-set as well as your CV. Here are some of your most frequently asked questions about internships.
  • There is a variety of Secretary jobs out there, each with unique requirements, responsibilities and pay. Here are some of the best paid Secretary jobs available.
  • Being an older jobseeker should not hinder your job search but help it. It's all about making sure your CV presents your experience in the best possible way. Find out how with our older jobseekers CV template.
  • Be mindful of how you formulate your thoughts – it is in writing after all, and can come back to haunt you later!
  • For graduates, the world of work can be extremely competitive. In order to put your best foot forward and land graduate job interviews, you will need a CV that reflects your key achievements and skills. Check out our graduate CV template to find out how.
  • We may have had a few facelifts over the years, but while some job boards come and go, Fish4jobs is here to stay!
  • If you want real experience and a salary while you learn, an Apprenticeship could be perfect for you. It’s a great way into lots of careers, including business, finance, IT, retail, hospitality, childcare, health and social care, dental nursing, the list is endless.
  • Graduates who lack relevant work experience should not despair. There are still plenty of ways to appeal to a prospective employer — it simply comes down to marketing one’s self in a professional and enthusiastic manner.
  • You’ve made it to the interview stage of the application process, but the struggle’s not over yet! Sooner or later you’ll have to confront the tough interview questions that are bound to pop up. Here's how to answer them.
  • Any interview questions that err towards your age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or race, are an absolute no-go area. Here, we explore how to answer - or not answer - inappropriate interview questions.
  • Sometimes, during an interview, the hiring manager will throw out an unusual question. Don't let these curve balls panic you! Here's how to answer quirky interview questions.
  • To commemorate work your proper hours day, we're giving you the many reasons you should step away from your desk and give yourself a much-needed break.
  • As an engineer, you’ve probably put a lot of sweat and toil into getting to where you are now. However engineering probably isn’t anything like the average person assumes
  • Ever wonder how many of your colleagues have been involved in illicit office affairs? We have the scoop after surveying over 800 job seekers over the course of December and January.
  • Interviews can sometimes feel like awkward first dates. You go in hoping to impress, while being extremely weary of saying or doing the wrong thing.
  • How do you compare to the average jobseeker? Fish4jobs gives you the scoop on the competition, based on the survey responses of 855 jobseekers.
  • Teaching Assistant job applications usually require a professional CV which details your career history, education and key achievements. Find out how to write yours with our Teaching Assistant CV template.