December 3rd will see us hosting Judi James, one of the UK’s leading body language/behaviour experts.Read More »
First year: over. Exams: done. Sense of direction: non-existent.Read More »
Having reached my 4th year studying Art at Reading, still with no idea of what to do after I graduate, working with Careers has provided me with the crucial insight into job searching I really needed.Read More »
Jon Bainbridge, of the University of Reading, on his visit to a British Council conference in AzerbaijanRead More »
50 students from across the university will present their summer research projects at an eventRead More »
Vlogging is big business, and Jim Chapman is looking for the next starRead More »
Survey by AAT finds that 84% of young people believe more career guidance is neededRead More »
A staggering 54% of office workers aged 18-24 have refrained from applying for a promotion due to a lack of confidence, new research has found.
Most participants responded to the statement, “Lack of confidence in my skills has led me to not apply for a job or promotion before”, either tending to agree or strongly agreeing.
Carried out by Oxford Open Learning, the survey questioned 927 office employees in the UK and demonstrates the relationship between young workers and a lull in self-assurance.» >Read More »