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How to Attain the Best Teaching Jobs in Abingdon

Posted on June 9, 2016 at 3:54 pm

If you are looking for a teaching Abingdon job, you should not worry because there are a lot of vacancies available at any given time. However, it is good to note that there is high competition in the area because there are many more qualified candidates with a similar or higher level of education and experience in this field. So, you have to ensure that you have everything in place in order to ensure that you have a competitive edge over other candidates. Here are some of the ways to increase your chances of getting the teaching you need in Abingdon. (more…)

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Apply For a Supply Teaching Job Today

Posted on February 10, 2015 at 12:02 pm

A supply Teacher takes up the position of a regular teacher who may be absent owing to ill health, participation in managerial duties or out on official service training. Due an increase in Supply Teacher jobs in St Neots, this is the best time to apply for the job in this area.

All you have to do is find an agency working with a number of schools in the area. How do you do that? There are innumerable agencies with their website online through which you can easily apply for the job. Find an agency that works with a considerably healthy number of schools to maximize on your time. If you do proper research, you will find an organization that will supply you with work in schools that are local enough for you. Apart from the excellent returns in payment this job offers, there are a number of other reasons as to why you should apply for Supply Teacher jobs in St Neots. (more…)

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Jobs in the beauty industry

Posted on January 31, 2015 at 10:14 pm

In the UK the beauty industry is thriving and looking for a job within your chosen area can be widely based search especially in urban areas where there are vast amounts of spas, salons and nail bars in close proximity.

When conducting your search it’s important to ask yourself what sort of business you’d ideally want to work for, considering pay levels, progression prospects and the day to day role that you would be carrying out and see what would suit your career plans the best.

Once you apply for a position you will most likely be asked to do a trade test where you will be expected to demonstrate your practical skills through a number of treatments. This can be very nerve racking so my advice would be to get plenty of practice so that you are confident and can demonstrate your best work under pressure.


Ensure that you attend the interview smartly dressed, ideally in a beauty standard uniform, with neat low-key make up and nails and with long hair tied back off your face.

And don’t forget to smile!

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Finding a job in the city

Posted on December 16, 2014 at 10:26 pm

When living in a city some people think that it will be easy to find work as you’re surrounded by businesses and employment opportunities however it easy to forget that living in a built up area also means that there is more people applying for each position advertised.

To find a good job under such circumstances requires you to stand out from the crowd during an interview, it means that you need to make sure that you do plenty of research into the company and the job role in order to show that you are the candidate with the best understanding of the role and the candidate who is showing the most willing.

When preparing your CV for a city job it’s essential that you tailor it for each job you apply for, this means that you must try to show exactly how your past experience is relevant to the role and reflect some key requirements in the previous jobs you’ve held.

All of this teamed with being punctual and well-presented should be enough to set you apart from the crowd.

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Working for minimum wage

Posted on November 27, 2014 at 9:16 am

Most of us have to work, it is a fact of life. But for many of us we may actually find ourselves worse off in work than out of it! This is a sad fact of life with the way the benefits system works and it is no wonder many people chose to stay at home than have a career. There are many people in the situation where they earn slightly too much as a couple to get any help with housing, council tax and nursery fees but still struggle.

If you are a mother or father wishing to return to work after the birth of a child and are considering full time nursery care then you have to consider the fees compared to the actual earnings you will be taking home. Often putting a child in nursery full time will cost between £800 – £1000 per month and with a monthly salary on a basic wage of not a lot more it is time to really consider your options. You will also need to take in to account fuel costs to get to and from work and what you will do should your child be ill and need time off nursery.

I believe that everyone that can, should work, but there needs to be an incentive.

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