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How to Choose a Career - Tips on Choosing your Future
April 9 2019 - They say when you love your job, you never work a day in your life. Here are a few tips to choosing a career to last a lifetime.

Top five ambitious career paths for graduates
September 29 2015 - We've picked out five ambitious paths that show you can aim high and thrive as a graduate in the jobs market.

Five weird but wonderful careers
September 1 2015 - Dream jobs are often unique, somewhat unconventional and can be a little wild and they make people wonder about how much fun it would be to do them compared to what they usually do on their daily grind.

How to Find the Right Management Qualification for your Career
May 5 2015 - Here's how to find the course that best suits you and your career aspirations.

Employability and Student Choice
July 21 2012 - As students we are not only studying for a degree - we are also developing our own personal brands and turning ourselves into marketable products.

Are you on career suicide watch?
September 14 2010 - Top five tips on managing a successful career change.

Graduate Training in Northern Ireland
December 12 2006 - Invest Northern Ireland has recently appointed business and IT technology services organization Parity, in partnership with Envision, to deliver a new graduate export development programme.

Childhood Aspirations May Be Key
September 14 2006 - Children in the UK dream of becoming a teacher, footballer or police officer, according to new research for Jobcentre Plus, part of the Department for Work and Pensions. The poll of 397 children aged 5-11, conducted by LVQ Research revealed that boys are most likely to aspire to sporting careers or working for emergency services and girls to caring or nurturing professions. One in ten boys (10 per cent) dream of being a footballer and 7 per cent a police officer or fireman; while 13 per cent of girls would like to become a teacher and 9 per cent a nurse.


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