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Ethics of Triage by Laurence Simon 1975

Michael Ingram, child rapist, claimed on his CV to write this paper [1]. For more on the life of Father Ingram see my timeline on his life… 205 more words

Child Sexual Abuse

The Job Interview

It’s about twenty to two when I set off for my job interview, applying to be an Editorial Assistant with a well-regarded financial magazine. I leave myself plenty of time to arrive and set off into the eye-blinking sunshine, confident in my white shirt and blue jumper. 783 more words


Rejection is a big part of applying for jobs and knowing this sort of softens the blow when you aren’t successful.  This week I have been researching media recruitment agencies and searching and applying for jobs on websites such as the Guardian, who post A LOT of jobs regularly.   706 more words


5 of the best Graduate Recruitment Sites

When I first graduated, I sent out hundreds (and I do mean hundreds) of speculative job applications. Some were to companies who were hiring, some weren’t, and some were just to companies I loved the idea of working for. 801 more words


Summer holidays targets.

As my course is about to finish I am going to set up targets for this time.

Firstly I am going to keep entering to competitions on 99designs.com. 534 more words

My Works And Progress.

Could Adventure Actually Be an Asset to your CV?

Travel is often perceived as an escape from the 9-5 rat race, but could an adventure make you more employable? Li-Mei Russell speaks to leaders in recruitment and young women who have been there and done that, to find out why you should make travel and adventure the latest additions to your CV.

(Photo: Charlotte Reed)


5 Tips for Producing a Quality Cover Letter

This week on Instagram, I received a comment from a friend on the template post for the week requesting cover letters. I realized that I have not made it clear that I do in fact design and write cover letters. 535 more words

Curriculum Vitae