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Plastic Hip: Skills Older Generations Can Learn From The Young

It’s not easy to admit that the younger generation has skills that older people need. Often, middle-aged men and women don’t get the respect they deserve in the workplace. For some reason, employees value youth over skill and experience, and … Continue reading

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Changing Careers: Is It Possible Later in Life?

Work is a big part of our life, and if you hate the eight to twelve hours you spend in the workplace each day, chances are this affects your life dramatically. Even those with their dream career probably don’t leap … Continue reading

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Finding the Perfect Encore Career

An encore career is a job that you start in later life. Perhaps after retirement, or as it nears. More people than ever are searching for the right encore career for them. The reasons for taking on new work at … Continue reading

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Jobs That Give You the Freedom to Travel

Does the 9-5 no appeal to you? Don’t want to be stuck in an office staring at a computer screen five days a week? I have good news for you! There are lots of great career choices which give you … Continue reading

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What Millennials Should Look For In An Employer

Since the term Millennial was first coined, so many unpleasant adjectives have come synonymous which, as a Millennial yourself, probably hurt you a little. These are words like lazy, overly ambitious, submissive, unprofessional and basically any other word that suggests … Continue reading

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Law Careers For Graduates Who Don’t Want To Become Lawyers

The path of higher education is often considered to be a straightforward one. You go to University, study for three or four years in a primary subject field, then you go out into the real world and get the corresponding … Continue reading

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Can You Start Again In A Brand New Industry?

When you’re in your twenties, fresh out of uni, your doors are limitless. You’re young, you likely have few responsibilities for anyone other than yourself, and there’s time to make plenty of mistakes and change your career path if necessary. … Continue reading

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