This week, it’s Jobs Boards – how to find a job online. I’ve listed some international sites, along with mostly Ireland and UK sites. And, I’ve included an array of websites that advertise projects for the freelancers among you too, including a few sites where you can add a profile and search projects seeking professionals of all types. I’ve highlighted significant or unusual features in bold. (And, if you send me your suggestions, these will also be added, together with a link to your online profile or website.) Continue reading “Getting a Job in the Recession #3: Jobs Boards”
Prompted by friends who’ve had to take a paycut or lost their job recently, I thought I’d put all my advice down on paper screen. There are a few issues I’d like to hit (not necessarily in the order below) in this series, Getting a Job in the Recession: Continue reading “Getting a Job in the Recession #1: The CV”
So you’ve heard of Freud and Jung. But there’s more psychologists out there than that pair. I’d like to introduce you to a few of them. Maybe you’ll like them too, maybe not. That’s up to the both of you. Grab an Earl Grey. Continue reading “Meet the Psychos”
Every now and then ‘the news’ produces an interesting story that flies dangerously close to the ground. It therefore fails to register on our radars, which are primed to catch those important-sounding-but-personally-irrelevant ones instead. Continue reading “Some Interesting Stories #1”
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