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Looking forward your summer holidays? Going to Mallorca or Ibiza, or maybe sailing in the Mediterranean? Holidays are always about recharging energy, reflecting or maybe reading a book you never had time to read. Your vacation this year can change your life and here is how: dedicate few hours a week to learn something new... Continue Reading →
It’s no secret that companies, especially startups, are getting increasingly more creative with their job titles. They believe that unique, funny and ridiculous job titles will attract like-minded people, therefore making a "we think different" message clear from the first sight. 1. Paranoid In Chief Company: Yahoo Description: Let’s be honest — Paranoid in chief sounds much more intriguing... Continue Reading →
Even though here at PitchMe, we dream of a job-search free of CVs, we appreciate the fact that it might not be immediately possible. Hence, here is a check-list of great information and structural ideas which you should include in your CV.
Nearly every working professional has a CV. I'm sure even you have a one. But have you ever stopped and wondered who created the first ever CV? Who was that man or woman who decided to summarise his/her skills and achievements into one document? Who is responsible for everybody’s job-search headache? Supposedly, the CV was... Continue Reading →
Thirty per cent of workers in the UK are in occupations either highly likely to grow as a share of the workforce or highly likely to shrink. 70% of UK jobs are much more uncertain. There is an opportunity for people within the uncertain or rapidly changing occupation to improve their prospects by investing in... Continue Reading →