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10 Studying tips for the school holidays (Part One)

Learning from home comes with many advantages. The flexibility to learn when, where and how you want. No classrooms, a healthy work-study balance YET one of the hardest things you will encounter is trying to study in the holidays – especially if you’ve got children. Naturally, you want to spend time with your family and […]

Different ways to become a counsellor

Working as a counsellor can be a deeply rewarding career, especially for those who can take their natural empathic abilities and use them to improve the mental health of their patients. Yet being sympathetic and knowing how to use these skills to assist others is not something you’ll be able to do immediately. Instead, by […]

How to get back into education

When you’re in school choosing your GCSEs, not many of us take into account the impact the subjects we choose will have on our lives. We take for granted that all jobs expect us to have decent grades in the core subjects e.g. Maths and English, and that to get into university you will need […]

Summer jobs that can turn into great careers

Summer is considered a period of change. Similar to the New Year, when the summer holidays hit, we start contemplating what we want to do with our lives, especially if we’ve just finished a college or university course. However, did you know that some of the jobs many of us take on during the summer […]

What jobs can you do remotely?

The idea of working remotely is no longer as unique as it used to be. In the wake of Covid, more and more employers are seeking to let their staff work remotely as it helps to: minimise the spread of bugs (boosting productivity/reducing sick pay); lowers the cost of gas and electricity, and allows them […]

What are the long term benefits of learning?

Learning is something we associate with youth, probably because when we are children our brains are like sponges. They readily absorb vast quantities of information without issue. However, just because science suggests that our brains stop producing new cells once we hit our early 20s, this doesn’t mean we have to stop learning or that […]
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