Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Perils of Facebook

An American view of the havoc that your Facebook page can cause to your career prospects here. You didn’t think that employers would Google you? Really?

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I caught the obituary of Cec Thompson this week. An orphan, and  a Rugby League international conscious of his lack of education. A window cleaner who became an undergraduate at 39, a graduate and a teacher. While doing all this … Continue reading

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More on the Beacon Centre

Following on from the previous post about the experiences of Sue Clark (of Midland Technical Translations) of losing her sight for a weekend, the Beacon Centre run Beacon4Work. This helps people with visual impairments become employed and/or to develop their … Continue reading

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Blind Faith

Sue Clark goes blind for a weekend. See her experiences here  

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….for details of a limited amount of cheap coaching. Again, until we have integrated our new career coaching template, we REFUSE to charge full price. Sign up while it is still available.

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