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No matter what you read elsewhere, I believe that there are only fifteen interview questions you need to worry about. Sure, there are hundreds of interview questions…

Unemployment is at a ten year low, but with young people in the UK still more than twice as likely to be out of work than people of other ages, tackling youth unemployment…

After taking time out over Christmas, many of us begin January ready for a fresh start. And for lots of us, that means finding a new job. 2015 has been an encouraging year for jobs…

Here at reed.co.uk, we’ll be kicking off 2016 with the launch of our biggest ever advertising campaign on New Year’s Day, with all-new TV ads reaching more than 37 million adults.

It’s a well-known fact that young jobseekers are much more likely to be successful in their job hunt if they have some relevant experience under their belt.

While there’s no doubt that volunteering is a good way to give back to the community and promote a worthwhile cause, it doesn’t have to be all about what you can do for others.

We’ve all heard the stories from interviewees about the unconventional questions they’ve been asked by hiring managers – Google for one are famed for their oddball interview approach.

Whether you’re at university, or know someone who is, here are my top tips for filling up your CV while you’re still studying. To start, the good news is that we’ve seen the number of jobs advertised…

Last weekend I went back to Harvard Business School for my 25th Reunion. It was great to be reunited with old friends from all over the world and it was also a remarkable learning experience.

Last week, Management Today asked me to share my top three favourite reads with them. Here’s a quick breakdown of the books that made the short-list, and why I think they’re important…

A lot of interview advice centres around the importance of making a good first impression. By now you’ve probably got the basics covered – arrive 10 minutes early…