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Archive for February, 2012

MBA Job Opportunities in an Unstable Global Economy »

As Western economies continue to reel from recent financial strife, there are mixed views from the business school world on how current global economic events will affect the future MBA job market around the globe. Overall job opportunities in the US are currently at their lowest in 11 months, with the US Labor Department announcing […]

10 Recession-Proof Part-Time Jobs »

In a recent release by the ONS, it was discovered that people who were unable to find full-time employment have been taking part time employment. We, at the Corner Office, understand. With part-time employment, you are still keeping your skills active but sadly, for a cheaper salary. We have done some research on part time […]

Companies Hiring in February »

The job market is tough right now. Just yesterday, it was reported that the UK economy is at the bottom of a seventeen year slump, with women bearing the brunt of it. It’s easy to look at the negatives. But we have chosen to focus on the areas of growth. We know that certain sectors are […]

Infographic: Office Romance in the UK »

In honour of Valentine’s Day, CareerBuilder commissioned a survey interviewing jobseekers about their office romances. A surprising thirty (30%) who dated someone in the office, ended up getting married. Who knew? Happy Valentine’s Day!  

National Apprenticeships Week »

This week (February 6th – 10th) is National Apprenticeships Week. The week is designed to raise the profile of apprenticeships in the UK – among individuals and businesses. The government has come out recently with a big push to get more companies to start hiring apprentices. A few weeks ago David Cameron said there could […]

Researching New Career Options »

By Nisa Chitakasem, Founder of Position Ignition, the UK’s leading Career Consulting Company. Although it may not feel like it, it’s entirely natural to want to change careers without knowing specifically what career you want to switch to. Even if you know you’ve taken your current career as far as you can and you want […]

Employment During the Queen’s Reign »

It’s hard to think about being in the same job for 60 years – The average British person only stays in their job for about five years. In honour of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development commissioned a study about employment during the Queen’s reign. When the Queen came to […]