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A series of podcasts offering graduates advice on finding the right job was launched this week by the firm Best Companies. The free programmes kick off with one called Interviews are like Speed Dating speed dating n → sistema di appuntamenti grazie al quale si possono incontrare in pochissimo tempo diverse persone e scegliere eventualmente chi frequentare , which focuses on how to give a successful interview. Steve Huxham, chairman of the Recruitment Society, will offer tips on asking the right questions (unlike speed dating, we're assuming these shouldn't include sexual references, although we reckon the subject of long-term commitment wouldn't scare anyone off). The second in the series looks at what graduates need to consider before saying "yes" to a job. The launch of the podcasts coincides with the publication of Best Companies' 2008 guide to the best 500 firms to work for in the UK, based on employee feedback. To download the podcasts visit bestcompaniesguide.co.uk.
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Once you've digested all this advice you can do a little research about who you want to work for on a new, free graduate careers website. Based on the idea behind Wikipedia - it's called WikiJob.co.uk - the site, set up by two University of Manchester The University of Manchester is a university located in Manchester, England. With over 40,000 students studying 500 academic programmes, more than 10,000 staff and an annual income of nearly £600 million it is the largest single-site University in the United Kingdom and receives graduates, allows job-hunters to add their own tips on finding work. It also offers advice on the recruitment processes at some of the top graduate firms, and highlights a couple of big issues, such as changes in the law, which some industries are now having to consider.
Bright thinking to save electricity wins award
A strategy to reduce energy consumption by 15% by 2025 won four third-year Oxford students an award this week. The team of physicists Below is a list of famous physicists. Many of these from the 20th and 21st centuries are found on the list of recipients of the Nobel Prize in physics. A
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Lincoln awaits its night of glamour
News reaches us that a top international model will be gracing the catwalk at the University of Lincoln
The University of Lincoln student fashion shows next week. Kate Moss? Agyness Deyn Agyness Deyn (born Laura Hollins on 16 February, 1983) is an English model. She is currently starring in the Burberry campaign and the Giorgio Armani campaign. Biography
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