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on 25th Jan 2017
Is a Dual Career for you?

Any candidate who has come out of La La Land feeling that their ambitions were dwarfed by Mia’s persistence to continue auditioning after 6 years of rejections, doesn’t have to despair. You don’t have to be willing to live from a piano tip jar to get more work-fulfilment. Start with simple questions.

on 6th Jan 2017
Career Change

If the goal is to learn and progress in a holistic sense and not merely to impress your immediate superiors, than a whole playground of career change opportunities can open up.

on 23rd Dec 2016
Interview Setback

Every now and then recruiters have to deliver the news no one wants to hear and break hearts.

on 4th Apr 2016
Candidate Need to Knows

In the changing landscape, there is more to a job than simply the responsibilities involved. At one time, a job title basically covered the role and job ads covered roles and responsibilities in no more than a paragraph.

on 23rd Mar 2016
Graduate CV tips

I've had the privilege of speaking with some truly brilliant, intelligent University leavers who have gone on to great successes. But something I've found is that you could be a 1st class graduate from a great University... but still not know how to write a CV.

on 18th Jan 2016
Onrec Recruitment Awards Shortlist

We’re delighted to be shortlisted for the Onrec Online Recruitment Awards 2016, the second time we have been shortlisted for a recruitment award in the last six months!

on 7th Jan 2016
Can you become a games developer without a degree

As of the start of 2016, the software industry in one of the last sectors that is still wide open and accepts those into the fold who don’t have a degree. While it is still a highly skilled profession, it is unlike finance or law, for example, in that there are no formal exams or accreditations needed by those who want to become developers, whether it be for developing apps or games.

on 21st Sep 2015

One of the hardest things for an IT pro to do is try and find a way of telling their boss “I'm sorry but this can't be done”. It can be frustrating enough having to say it to a user but to the people who have complete control over your career it can actually feel almost dangerous!

on 29th Jul 2015

There are many misconceptions surrounding IT, one of the main ones being that it's actually some kind of parallel universe. Other departments tend to think of the ‘IT guys’ as all being geeks who hide themselves away and rarely communicate with the outside world unless it is via email or online chat.