74% of grads will relocate to get a job (and other surprising stats)

The good people at Total Jobs have been chatting to you graduate types, and what they’ve found is pretty interesting. The question is, do you agree with their findings?

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9 Ways To Survive The Naffest Day Of The Year

Look, no matter how hard we close our eyes, shove our fingers in our ears and screech LA-LA-LA-LA till the neighbours start throwing things, there’s no escaping the fact that the dreaded V-Day is upon us once more.

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The Entrepreneur Test – do you have the traits of an entrepreneur?

We’ve been chatting rather a lot with our pals at the New Entrepreneur Foundation recently, as they open their cohort for the next year of entrepreneurial super-stardom. But how do you know whether you’re right for such a challenge?

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Employment Allowance – £2k’s Worth Of Good News For SMEs

Hot off the press! George Osborne has just announced the Employment Allowance – meaning savings of up to £2k per year for charities and SMEs that have employees on their payroll.

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Job interview questions: what you wish you’d known before

Trying to plan for job interview questions is always a nerve-wracking task – but did you know that a lot of employers reckon they’ll known within the first 90 seconds of your interview whether they’ll hire you or not? Scary stuff. Make sure you safe-guard against it.

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