Career Climbers

New Research Reveals Paris as the Best City to be a Freelancer

Career Climbers / 15th January 2020

AppJobs took the best cities to live in around the world and analysed a series of metrics such as the number of freelance jobs, number of cafes with free wifi,...

2020 Global Workforce Predictions

Career Climbers / 7th January 2020

The Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated has released its annual predictions of the top trends that will impact the global workforce in the coming year.  Top five workforce predictions of 2020: Wholistic employee...

The Rise of the Messy CV

Career Climbers / 18th December 2019

A few months ago, I was retained to find a medical executive for a growing biotech. The Hiring Manager set forth all of the expected criteria during our briefing and...

Face-to-face meetings more important than ever in a tech-driven world

Career Climbers / 12th December 2019

New research from Accor, the leading augmented hospitality group, highlights the importance of face-to-face business meetings over conversations facilitated by technology. New research amongst professional event planners reveals the overwhelming majority...

Whopping 90% of Millennials Willing to Share Data in Exchange for Financial Assistance

Career Climbers / 8th December 2019

A whopping 90% of millennials are willing to share personal information with a payroll provider in order to receive support with their financial wellbeing, as are half (50%) of UK...

The Effects of Remote Working on Wellbeing, Stress and Productivity

Career Climbers / 26th November 2019

Nuffield Health has released a review of remote working and its impact on companies and their staff. Launched earlier this month, ‘The effects of remote working on stress, wellbeing and...

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Demand for Tech Jobs Spiking Among Those with the Least

Career Climbers / 7th November 2019

Hack the Hood released its annual Impact Report and it highlighted how demand for tech jobs is spiking particularly among youth below the federal poverty line. Among the more striking findings was that enrollment...

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Flexible Working can Lead to Burnout Culture

Career Climbers / 17th October 2019

Organisations must take a stand against the ‘always-on’ culture or risk the rise of a disengaged and dissatisfied workforce, says John Hackston According to the Buffer State of Remote Work...

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Mental Health: Prevention is the Best Cure

Career Climbers / 9th October 2019

On the eve of World Mental Health Day, held on 10 October, the British Safety Council is calling on the government and businesses to invest in prevention to tackle mental...

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UK Graduates Enjoy 41% Pay premium Over School Leavers in Their First Job

Career Climbers / 8th October 2019

People starting their careers with a bachelor’s university degree earn a maximum average of £28,705 in the UK, which is 41% more than the £20,303 paid to those who stop...

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