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Independent Professionals: Top reasons why people choose freelance

The world is changing with the digitization of (literally) everything — including jobs. Come to think of it, soon freelancers will overtake regular workers, and that’s just based on statistics.

4 reasons to study a postgraduate course

When studying an undergraduate degree, most of us try to avoid thinking the inevitable — what on earth do I do next? It’s unlikely that in the last three years or so you’ve paused the partying to think about the next stage of your life seriously.

Money matters: Why young people need better financial education

A recent survey by The Independent found that three quarters of British people are affected by mental health issues as a result of financial worries.

Overcoming the myths of clearing

As of 20th September 2018, the academic intake year saw a total of 60,100 hopeful students accepted through the UCAS clearing process.

Starting and growing an insurance brokerage: challenges and rewards for women

Inequality between women and men is a hot topic right now (think the BBC gender pay-gap row), and rightly so. Across most industries, women face barriers that prevent them from being in senior positions, receiving the same pay as their male counterparts and starting their own businesses.

How Millennial pastimes differ from Baby Boomers

Whether it’s attitudes in the workplace, lifestyle choices or their favourite food and drinks, we’re constantly being told about the differences between Millennials and Baby Boomers. So much so that it seems like the two generations are worlds apart.

Jobs to consider after retirement

Census data was released in 2017, that revealed that there are more elderly people living across Canada today.

First impressions: what people notice when they enter your workplace

First impressions: what people notice when they enter your workplace

Many people roll out their own version of the red carpet when guests visit their home, but it’s a little trickier to do so when it’s the workplace.

How is a business treated in divorce?

How is a business treated in divorce?

Businesses can be a tricky and complicated area when it comes to getting a divorce. Regularly, I am approached by my clients who ask how they can “get their hands on” their spouse’s business assets.

Office unhappiness and ‘clock watcher syndrome’ is rife and needs to be addressed by businesses

Does your nine to five feel like a lifetime? Negativity is rife and a recent poll found that just 24% of Australian employees feel engaged with the work they do, and some workplaces are not doing anything to challenge this statistic.

What can you do after a life-changing work accident?

An accident at work can turn your life upside down. Not only does it impact you physically, the emotional scope can be huge.

Children’s games

Were you part of the era where children’s games weren’t confined to computer screens, handheld consoles and mobile phones? Together with Acorn Stairlifts, we take a look at the games that the older generation used to play.

4 proven tips to help you land the interview for your dream job now

Whether you’re looking for your very first job, or ready to look for something better, you’ve picked the perfect time. In the United States, the UK, and markets all over the world, jobs are being filled at a rate not seen since before the Great Recession hit in 2008.

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.