A study has revealed the top ten dream careers UK adults had when they were children, as well as the five living Brits that are considered the most inspirational individuals – which saw Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling lead the way.
Data from 2015 has shown that “expert”, “solution” and “leading” were the three most stereotypical words used on LinkedIn company pages, as many failed to provide proper differentiation from rivals.
The world is changing and constant innovation in the workplace is resulting in more diverse jobs – many of which weren't around years ago. As such, LinkedIn has found the ten jobs that are most likely to be misunderstood by British parents.
With thousands of English schools starting a new term today, the British Chambers of Commerce has unveiled a fresh plan aimed at improving communication between schools and business.
It's likely that at some point in your career, you've dreamt about the day you could tell your boss to shove it. As such, we've rounded up ten of the most controversial resignations of recent years, some of which were particularly bright – while others were destined to backfire.
Paul Jozefak, co-founder of Liquid Labs, explores the advantages of leaving a large corporation to join a startup.