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5 tips to Increase your chance of landing a finance job

Competition at all levels of the finance industry has never been more ferocious. A uniquely rewarding profession to get into, finance attracts graduates and professionals from all walks of life.

Brexit and Immigration Rights – What you need to know

The return of Nigel Farage to the Brexit debate should hardly come as a surprise, particularly as the deadline date of March 29th, 2019 homes into view.

How to deal with an elderly relative’s declining mobility

No one wants to see their elderly relative grow old and start to lose their independence. Something which a lot of people start to struggle with is their ability to be mobile and how they get around.

Things to do as a first semester premedical student

Applying to medical school starts a long time before you submit the application. There are lots of things that you need to do to prepare for medical school, and you should be checking off some of these tasks as early as your freshman year for the best chance of getting accepted.

Eating together improves family relationships, says therapist

Eating together improves family relationships, says therapist

The latest survey into Brits’ eating habits has revealed an ambivalent relationship with meals and nutrition. When asked where they enjoyed eating the most, one in three respondents chose the dinner table (top preference).

Are men’s engagement rings making a comeback?

Are men’s engagement rings making a comeback?

The first campaign to introduce men’s engagement rings began in 1926, when American jewellery retailers collaborated to try and promote the idea.

What can you do if you don’t get the GCSE grades you’d hoped for?

It can be high-pressured when you’re waiting for your GCSE results to come back. Especially after you’ve spent a lot of time revising ahead of exams and completing assignments.

Evaluating the ROI of the most popular master’s degrees

Continued education remains one of the most crucial and fundamental aspects to a prosperous life. With a majority of current college-aged adults pursuing at least some form of post-secondary education, the supply of traditional degrees in the workforce has never been larger.

Has gentrification gone too far?

The decades-long plight of making our UK cities much more ‘liveable’ places – landscaped parks, perfectly pedestrianised areas, beautifully restored Victorian and Edwardian buildings, trendy urban bars and cafes – provide a stark contrast to the cities of pre-gentrificated Britain.

Education choices for engineering and manufacturing

With a contribution of an estimated £455.6 billion to the UK Gross Domestic Product in 2014, the engineering and manufacturing sector in the UK is one of the biggest economic sectors here.

The Gender Pay Gap: Two thirds of women unable to pay weekly shop if groceries rise at the same rate as property has

Women would be 10% more likely than men to struggle with their weekly shop if the cost of groceries were to rise at the same rate as house prices.

Hiring the right venue for your event

There can be lots of different reasons why you would want to hire a venue. It could be for your wedding, for a conference, for a family birthday celebration or maybe it is for an awards ceremony or a team building exercise.

Apprenticeship training takes aim at economic growth in the UK

No one wants to see another economic downturn and concerns are still fresh with regard to the impact Brexit will have on the economy.

Free storytelling for kids this March on MBNA Thames Clippers

Free storytelling for kids this March on MBNA Thames Clippers

London's fastest and most frequent river bus service, MBNA Thames Clippers, has teamed up with leading children's publisher, Walker Books, for a series of weekly storytelling sessions in March.

What are the signs of a good solicitor?

If you’re in a situation where you need legal help, then you’re probably preparing to go through the process of finding a solicitor.