Magid Magid, the youngest mayor of Sheffield, gives us an insight into how he built his resilience
At the start of 2020, flexible working was something you had to ask permission for. But overnight,it became a necessity
Two recent Cambridge graduates wrote Taking Up Space as a guide and a manifesto for young women entering university
Over the last few months, we’ve shown much we rely on technology. The problem? Some businesses can’t keep up
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Many Graduates Are Still Uncertain About Their Future Plans, Despite Having Secured a Graduate Placement. What’s Going Wrong?
The COVID-19 crisis is having severe effects on those entering the job market or who’ve been made redundant.
Graduates and young professionals all over the UK are entering a depleted job market – how can we help?
Covid-19 spark a permanent change in quality of people’s roles, working conditions and management practices