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Cracking First Day at the 2015 Recruitment Agency Expo

Blimey, yesterday was an absolute corker. Thanks to all the stallholders and everyone we’ve been chatting to throughout the day for making it a good ‘un, we hope you all had as much fun as we did.

We saw all the usual: shoe shining, masseurs and a virtual reality racing set-up, so all-in-all, a pretty standard Recruitment Agency Expo.

We’d like to give a little shout out right now to all our partners that turned up today and the top notch stands they put out. We liked them so much we even put a little gallery together, showcasing their wonderful displays:

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The My Job Hub Team are at the 2015 Recruitment Agency Expo

Howdy everyone, the My Job Hub team are here today at the Recruitment Agency Expo in London Olympia, making an appearance, meeting some people and generally just seeing what’s going on in the world of recruitment right now.

We’ve already had a pretty exciting day so far, meeting loads of great people and seeing all the awesome, wacky stalls that different recruitment businesses from up and down the country have put on.

If you’re down here as well, let us know and we can have a little catch-up. If you haven’t managed to make it down, then no worries, we’ve done all the hard work for you by coming here and taking a whole bunch of pictures of everything that’s going on, so you can get the 2015 Recruitment Agency Expo experience from the comfort of your own home (or office cubicle, which probably isn’t as comfortable, but still pretty convenient).

 

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Graduate Salaries, Vacancies & Employers in the UK [INFOGRAPHIC]

Moving from the simple, carefree, wake-up-at-11 and wear-your-dressing-gown-all-day student lifestyle to being a legitimate, bona fide, graduate is a daunting prospect for anyone. This is especially true for the brave souls who chose a degree without a pre-defined career path at the end of it.

That’s why we’re doing what we can to set your minds at ease with a few quick stats about your future in graduate employment:

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LinkedIn vs. Facebook for Professionals [INFOGRAPHIC]

LinkedIn or Facebook, which is better for your professional network? You’d probably be inclined to think LinkedIn, but don’t discount Facebook, with much greater marketing potential and a massive user base, Facebook should still be a key tool in your professional arsenal, especially with Facebook for business on the way.

Have a gander at the infographic below to help weigh up the professional benefits of the two competing social networks:

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Thanks to Brighton School of Business and Management for the Infographic

 

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World Cancer Day – My Job Hub Supports Teenage Cancer Trust

With today being World Cancer Day, we’ve chosen to announce our charity pledge for the year to Teenage Cancer Trust.TCT_In_aid_of_logo

Here are some facts about teenage cancer:

  • Around seven young people aged between 15 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK.
  • 24% of teenage cancer patients have to visit their GP at least four times before their symptoms were taken seriously or they were referred to a specialist. That’s one in four.
  • This information is not meant to worry or scare you – cancer in young people is rare. Only 0.6% of all cancers occurring in people are in 15-24 year olds, but you need to know the facts.
  • An average of 2,234 teenagers and young adults per year in the UK were diagnosed with cancer in 2009-2011.
  • An average of 311 teenagers and young adults per year in the UK died from cancer in 2009-2011.
  • More than 80% (81.4% in males, 84.4% in females) of teenagers and young adults in the UK survived their cancer for five years or more in 2001-2005.
  • Lymphomas, carcinomas and germ cell tumours collectively account for more than half of all cancers diagnosed in 15-24 year-olds.
  • The incidence rate of all cancers in 15-24 in the UK has increased by around a fifth since the mid-1990s.
  • Survival for teenage cancer is improving.
  • Around 310 teens die from cancer each year in the UK.

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Weird Job Wednesday: Alternative Sculptor

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Facts of the Job

Job Title: Alternative Sculptor

Average Pay: Varies

Qualification/Experience Needed: No formal qualification or experience, but demonstrable proof of sculpting abilities will be necessary
When we think of sculpting, the image of Michelangelo’s ‘David’, or Rodin’s ‘The Thinker’ typically comes to mind. But for some people, clay and marble just ain’t their cup of tea. Instead they go in search for different materials to realise their artistic dreams. If you find yourself with a wealth of unfulfilled sculpting talent, wishing there was just some other way you could express your creative talent, then have a read about these ‘alternative’ scultpors and see if inspiration strikes.

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My Job Hub is Fully Integrated with JobMate

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My Job Hub has officially been welcomed into JobMate’s warm, multi-posting, embrace, helping all you clever JobMate users out there to find and be found.

So now, anyone who’s signed-up and posting with JobMate can just pop My Job Hub on their posting rota and bob’s your uncle you’re posting your vacancies onto My Job Hub as well! It’s almost TOO easy. (more…)

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